Quay is actually pronounced along the lines of "key" but it's Irish so good luck
We got into Dublin at 5 a.m. and then on to an 11 a.m. radio interview
With Sean Brophy at Dublin City FM radio
My tour manager, Jess, isn't looking quite as enthusiastic!
With Tony Floyd Kenna at Darkey Kelly's, Dublin
Performance at Darkey Kelly's - at this point I had been awake for about 24 hours
On to the next venue
In true warrior style I went through the whole trip with hives from some fort of chemical reaction to Aer Lingus's ariplane
Thank you to the kind pharmacist who gave me something to help my cowpox. This was a daily ritual.
Poster for the Hot Spot Music Club show with Ben Reel Band in Greystones
Hot Spot Music Club
Hot Spot Music Club performance
Look at who I ran into in Greystones?!
Ben Reel Band
I have nothing to say except this shot involved a glass or two (or four) of white wine
And we headed to Waterford on four hours of sleep. View from the train
After a ride on a completely unpredictable bus to Dunmore East I performed at the Strand Inn. I love the cow painting above my head.
It was a particularly drizzly and gray (and Irish) morning the next day in Dumore East. (And a good one to sleep in and catch up!)
Rock formation along the beach
Charming seaside village
View of the Irish sea
After a particularly unpredictable bus ride back to Waterford we had a night off. View of the River Suir
Dixon City Market; Dixon IL
Gardenstock; Dixon IL