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Special thanks to Rick Fletcher and Debbie Dutton for helping to make this project a reality. Also, a tip of the hat to my old friend Mark Moebeck in St.


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Louis, Missouri, who performed these songs with me for years over the St. Patrick's holiday at Kell's in Portland and First St.

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Web site designed by Redhare. Gerard and Lucille McAleese are wonderful hosts, and maintained a staff that is excellent and friendly. You can check out their informative, colorful website at www. When I'm not on the road doing concerts around the U. This projectdoesn't really give you an exact sense of being part of the scene that happens on "Just Another Night at Kell's If you'd like to check one of my performances at Kell's Pub when you are in Portland, visit my website at www.

Special thanks to Rick Fletcher and Debbie Dutton for helping to make this project a reality. Also, a tip of the hat to my old friend Mark Moebeck in St. Such as his first guitar, a Sears Silvertone acoustic that he played so much he wore the paint off its fingerboard. Or an early career gig in an Ontario bar where he was supposed to play five sets a night, five nights a week, plus a Saturday matinee.

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He wondered what that was, exactly. But at least he had a good crowd, he noticed, as he set up for the first matinee Then a young woman walked onstage and said she, too, was performing that afternoon. And then she walked offstage, leaving the room to May: