Music lovers gathered at Starborn Farms near Bristol last Thursday for a hooley organized by Chris Judd.
A hooley, Judd explained, is a traditional Irish party with music. The event had 11 musicians performing mainly on guitar, fiddle and percussion, though a train whistle was used in a cover of Johnny Cash’s “Folsom Prison Blues.”
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