THE HOME OF THE MEDICINE SESSIONS
Anyway. The work will begin from now on, turning the sad, shabby room into a place of supreme groovytude. It will be easy enough to achieve, with The Ronald's genius for making things from nothing, his penchant for soft lighting and a stuffed animal or two, the place will awaken, make it's own magic, draw people into it's historical arms. There is a thing about old buildings, they know when something good is going to happen, they almost talk, the atmosphere changes just a little. I felt that room buzz today, it pricked up it's rain hammered window brows, lifted up it's proud but lonely shoulders and looked us in the eye. It is game.
Meanwhile, I am only half ways anxious about not being able to attract some great talent. I have a nice few waiting in the wings already, and some great lads lined up for the launch, but I'm waiting until nearer the time to announce anything, should the excitement be lost. All I can say is that I am very grateful for their enthusiasm, it is a proper joy!
So, if there is any one out there wanting to be part of something special, get in touch. The Red House Medicine Room wants you.
UP TO THE MEDICINE ROOM
THE MEDICINE ROOM BONES
VIEW FROM THE STAGE (before work)
THE RONALD AND MIKE IN THE MAIN DOWNSTAIRS BAR
VIEW OF LISMORE MAIN STREET FROM MEDICINE ROOM WINDOW