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Mance and Percy Danforth playing bones Mance and Percy playing bones
Mance and Percy Danforth share in their love of bones playing at the New England Folk Festival (NEFFA) in Natick, Massachusetts where Mance was holding a bodhrán workshop.


Mance playing bones    Mance playing bones




Mance, Keith Corrigan & Denis Pepin
At Champlain Music Festival with Quebecois accordionists Keith Corrigan
and Denis Pepin during an accordion workshop.
"Mance, enriched the (Champlain Valley Folk Music) festival with your playing. I certainly enjoyed the session at the hotel and I was privileged to have you in the workshop. It is always a joy to meet dedicated musicians of folklore because we all love to share and to play our music."   -- Keith Corrigan

The Executive Session
The Executive Session (L-R)
Séamus Connolly, Martin O'Malley, Michael "Skip" McKinley,
Bill Crozier, and Mance Grady.
Missing from photo of original artists from
the initial recording in 1992 is Lindsay Henes.

Michael Skip McKinley  Seamus Connolly, Skip McKinley, Mance



Zan McLeod, Paddy Keenan & Mance 
Mance with Zan McLeod and Paddy Keenan (1993).


Paddy Keenan
Mance and Paddy perform together at the Stonehill Irish Festival
in Massachusetts (not pictured, Bob Drouin on bazouki) 1993.




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