May the road rise up to meet you, may the wind be ever at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face and the rain fall softly on your fields. And until we meet again, May God hold you in the hollow of his hand.”

................................................My Work and Life Experience’s

I was born in Belfast Northern Ireland, we came to Australia in the 50's


I’ve been in music all of my life, my late father ( Joe ) was a great piano player


I learnt Guitar when I was young, I sing, play guitar and harmonica and just a little piano


I’ve worked at many functions, Bistro’s, Weddings, Disco’s & Clubs all over Victoria and into NSW

My goal is to play music that creates an atmoshphere to just listen, dance or party to

I’ve grown up with music, I still find it great to create music that others enjoy 

I am good at organizing, being on time, making sure people get what they expect


Every week I’m adding new songs or music to what I have, it never seems to stop

I do my organizing, practice and following up work all week, there’s always something to do

Other hobbies and Interests, mmm well I like markets, beach, bush and I’m great at shopping

Goals, good better best, never let it rest, till your good is better, and your better best 

The name "Palladen", is my own version of the original spelling. since my name is Dennis, I thought the "den" on the end would be better than "din". the name comes from a 1963 TV series, the adventures of  "Paladin,"  starring Richard Boone as Paladin, with his horse Rafter. The series refers to him as a bounty hunter or as a "knight without armor". cleaning up the baddies in the land. His business card read ..."Have Gun Will Travel" , He used a Chess Knight insignia on his business card, and a Chess Knight insignia of silver on his gun holster, which is from a chess board piece, It can move in eight different directions, over obstacles, and it’s always unexpected”. Well I think we all like to see ourselves as someone else in life...  

The original Paladin theme song from the series, and under that is some Paladin history, hope you enjoy it.


PALADIN HISTORY: The earliest recorded instance of the word paladin in the English language dates to 1592, in a poem written by Samuel Daniel. It entered English through the Middle French word palladin or paladin, which itself derived from the Italian paladino. All these words descend ultimately from the Latin palatinus through the Old French palatin. The Latin palatinus referred to an official of the Roman Emperor connected to the imperial palace on the Palatine Hill. Over time this word came to refer to other high-level officials in the imperial and royal courts. The word palatine, used in various European countries in the medieval and modern eras, has the same derivation.

By the 13th century words referring to the earliest version of Paladin are the Italian paladino. Modern French has paladin, Spanish has paladín or paladino (reflecting alternate derivations from the French and Italian), while German has Paladin. By extension "paladin" has come to refer to any chivalrous hero such as, King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table, or others who protect the land ......

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