She brought maracas, a gong, Tibetan singing bowl, a traditional Irish drum called a bodhran
, rain sticks and a large "grandmother" drum to the care home for the session.
Amy: My soft shoe solo which leads into a duet with Dane, or the Bodhran
number in the second half as it's one of the musicians and the boys against me in our heavy shoes.
0800 147 111 MUSIC Flook The flutes of Brian Finnegan and Sarah Allen, the guitar of Ed Boyd and the bodhran
of John Joe Kelly weave and spin traditionally rooted tunes into the breathtaking sound of Flook.
Patrick's Day it may be normal to hear live musicians playing a fiddle, banjo or beating a bodhran
. But hearing all of these instruments performing traditional Irish music during a church service may not be the first place you would expect.
She's also the tin whistler who, with Sharon playing the fiddle and Caroline battering the bodhran
, give The Corrs their distinctive Celtic sound."
The concert's special guests were Hand Up for Trad leader Simon Thoumire, who wowed the crowd with his concertina and played alongside his son Charlie on the bodhran
, and BBC Radio 2Young Folk Awards Josie Duncan and Pablo Lafuente.
The pair also meet a local leprechaun hunter to chance their luck in finding the mythical creatures, before heading to Northern Ireland's oldest thatched pub, The Crosskeys in Ardnaglass, Co Antrim, where they receive a lesson in how to play the bodhran
This explosive band combines diabolical fiddle virtuosity from international star Adam Summerhayes; outrageous brilliance from world number one recorder genius, Piers Adams; horrifying high-ABV insanity from accordion master, Murray Grainger; positively feverish power from bass legend, Malcolm Creese and dazzling bodhran
playing from king of folk percussion, Cormac Byrne.
Their trademark blend of fiddle, guitar, accordion, harmonium, whistles, piano, bodhran
, jaw harp, moog, electric guitar and percussive dance make for a unique show.
They are made up of Alison McNeill (fiddle and vocals), Fiona McNeill (guitar, bodhran
and vocals) and Scott McLean (percussion).
player Eamon Murray confessed he was "dying" after the band "took a good run at it" at Worthy Farm.
It will take in the very short musical career of my great-grandad, Thomas Murphy, playing the drums and the bodhran
in an Irish band called The Mad Mulcahys in the pubs and clubs of Liverpool in the 1920s and '30s, plus my own adventures in pop music in my own band, Waterloo's very own Bandstand.