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I am thankful... that I can Rock out, Celtic style with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Reilly, John McLean Allan, Brigid's Crossing, Clover's Revenge, The Flanks, Medusa's Wake, Screaming Orphans, The Muckers, St Stephen's Green, Trip McCool, Wooden Legs, Kilmaine Saints, Tuatha de Dannann, Iron Roux, The Selkie Girls
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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC
0:04 - "Poetic Milkman/Langstrom's Pon" by Reilly from Revelry & Regret
3:52 - WELCOME
4:28 - "Reels (Brenda Stubbert's Reel/The Ale is Dear)" by John McLean Allan from Head in the Clouds
8:38 - "Celtic Country" by Brigid's Crossing from The Fall
12:09 - "Adhmor Jig/Tell Me Ma" by Clover's Revenge from Truants and Absolution
15:23 - "Heather on the Moor" by The Flanks from In the Kitchen, Vol. 1
19:44 - CELTIC FEEDBACK
23:15 - "Gates of Hell" by Medusa's Wake from Rascals and Rogues
26:57 - "Eileen Oge" by Screaming Orphans from Sunshine and Moss
31:06 - "Queen of the Pit" by The Muckers from Irish Goodbye
34:46 - "Sean South of Garryowen" by St Stephen's Green from Shadows of Green
38:12 - "Gravy in the Grave" by Trip McCool from Hang Me Out to Dry
42:14 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
44:51 - "Raggle Taggle Gipsy" by Wooden Legs from Animali
47:50 - “Pennsylvania's Finest" by Kilmaine Saints from Off the Wagon, Acoustic Sessions
50:52 - "The Molly Maguires" by Tuatha de Dannann from Single
54:39 - "Wiru" by Iron Roux from Iron Roux
59:34 - CLOSING
1:00:53 - "God and Guinness" by The Selkie Girls from Running With the Morrigan
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Cindy Stiene emailed from Madison, AL: "So I bit the bullet and became a regular Patreon supporter today, instead of doing an annual contribution. I’ve been a longtime subscriber to your Podcast via iTunes (maybe 10 years???? Or longer). I’ve always enjoyed the mix you put together every week of new and old tune, new and favorite musicians and just your overall approach to this wonderful world of Celtic music. Keep up the good work!"
Forrest Iwanik emailed: "Hi Marc, I’ve been listening to your pod for a good while now and it’s helped me pass many a day of work here in a drinking water quality lab up in Massachusetts. I listen to a lot of Celtic music and I always find new stuff on your show, I really appreciate you giving voice to the new and lesser known artists. Listening to episode 481 today, I loved that track by NUA. Hoping to hear more by them! I am, as I’m sure we as a community are, badly missing the experience of live music so I’m especially grateful for shows like yours, Celtic Sojourn on WGBH, and Celtic Twilight on WUMB (both Boston stations) introducing fresh, high quality audio produce. Keep up the great work and know you’re helping keep some beauty in a lot of our lives in these dreary times."