He has toured extensively throughout New Zealand and the United Kingdom, including Llantrisant Folk Club and the magical Gower Festival, as well as giving concerts in Australia, Hong Kong, Austria, Norway and even Nepal.
He's also an expert mountain climber, too - and a versatile festival caller whenever a Big Ugly (kiwi term for a scratch band) strikes up.
June invariably includes a smattering of Les's serious and comic songs in her live performances. A fantastic hit at the Easter At Miskin Festival and winners of the Harry Prigg Absent Friends Trophy thats who Chord are!
No-one else was singing the old Irish songs, so he racked his brains and soon was singing all over West Cork in bars, where he is quite capable of entertaining a noisy audience without the aid of a bank of speakers.
Colman is well known as an uilleann piper is one of the principal teachers at the London Pipers Club.
Harriet, who has already been invited to America twice, reached Grade 8 with Distinction on classical harp, then got converted to Irish music and has never looked back.
He began to tour the UK again in 1991 and now is a regular visitor to clubs from Bodmin to Inverness, as well as being a guest at the prestigious National English Festival and the traditional Scottish festivals at Auchtermuchty and Kirriemuir.
He has also become a regular reviewer and writer for Living Tradition magazine.