His hat, a left handed player, and what a stunning performance. Great attitude all through.
Jean, very perceptive of you my dear. In his 'hay day' Ashley was experimenting with all genres of music.Today he is less prolific but still the professional.
What talent and what style (musical and physical). I don't know that I've ever before been aware of a left-handed playing performing. I couldn't stop focusing on that. I'm going to buy myself one of those hats and play like that!
OK Mitchell and you could have a dual-off of something like that.I suppose this is what some left-handers have to do but I guess most would switch to right-handedness.
Good mood music for sure.
Hello Inger. Yes, it does get one in the mood to move.
He is quite the entertainer and takes it all very seriously now.
He's toned down his Wild Man ways since he first hit the music scene, hasn't he? A good thing. It was a shame to see his talents jeopardized by drugs and hard living.
That he has, Debra. I guess it was that part of his journey that he had to experience. Happy that he survived it and has found his niche in the crazy music business.
Now that's a fiddler!!! But then I knew Ashley MacIsaac would be great. He has that quality I love in a musician ~ intensity!
And that he has in spades, Louise!
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