How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:(firstname.lastname@example.org ) for the full details.
I am very glad you request the friendship. I am happy to have discovered this great site, with so many people sharing their love for this jolly instrument. Now in my old age I am trying to improve my not very constant music. Hopefully with more time and good friends, like you, I can come back to it.
Thanks for the invite and happy to be part of the group here. Am a novice novice so to speak but hope to get better with the course that I order if it ever gets here. Again thanks for the invite and happy playing.
Wish you could make it to West this weekend. Would like to meet you and your friends. Why don't you get a bunch of you together and take a road trip ... we have free food, free friends, free music, etc. And, bring some of your other musician friends ... we don't limit the activities to accordions. I have a couple of guitar/banjo buddies I play with regularly coming by. We just have fun and meet new folks!
I am slow doing this some times, but I would be glad to have you as a friend, all my others my age are dieing off ! I am about the only one left of my old group that still gets out there--- I need a little bit of Granny's Remeutisim Medicine to get me started, but I still love to hear the music ! Robert Andrews Smiley on Face Book too.
Hi, Anne. I'm not sure I've met you, but if you play accordion I will be your friend! I know Shiela Lee anyway. I don't actually play accordion - I play bass, banjo, guitar or ukelele in an accordion band - depends on what's needed for each song. My brother Mike Sullivan, a great accordionist, and I started out just us two - but the band expanded to 3 accordions and a lot of other sometimes players.