Awesome Scottish music is pretty easy to find. There’s a lot of brilliant traditional songs as well as modern songs and songwriters coming out of Scotland. This show touches on a teeny, tiny portion of the Scottish music I have in my catalog. You can expect a lot more when we hit our $500 milestone on Patreon. In the meantime, enjoy music from The Rogues, Bonnie Rideout, Battlefield Band, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Ed Miller, Andrew McKee, Wicked Tinkers, Don Grieve, Brobdingnagian Bards, Caledonia Swing, Lady Moon, The Freestylers of Piping, Jasper Coal, Hugh Morrison, Jiggernaut, Kilted Kings. Shownotes at celticmusicpodcast.com/292/
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This Week in Celtic Music
0:39 “Jigs: Partners in Time, Ian McCleod, The Seagull, The Hen’s March” by The Rogues from Scottish Rogues
6:46 “Invergarry Castle/Sutherland Calquhoun’s Jig/O as” by Bonnie Rideout from Scottish Inheritance
11:40 “Seven Braw Gowns/Miss MacLeod’s Minuet” by Battlefield Band from The Producer’s Choice
14:14 “The Willows” by Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer from Scatter Pipes
19:06 “My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose” by Ed Miller from Many’s The Fine Tale
22:59 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
24:37 “Bonnie Portmore” by Andrew McKee from The Irish Bard
28:50 “Hornpipe/Jig Set” by Wicked Tinkers from Banger for Breakfast
31:07 “The Trooper and The Maid” by Don Grieve from A Drop o’the Best
33:15 “Oor Hamlet” by Brobdingnagian Bards from Real Men Wear Kilts
37:00 “Drummond Set: Miss Drummond of Perth/Louden’s Bonnie Woods & Braes/The Devil in the Kitchen” by Caledonia Swing from Something Like That!
39:39 “Loch Lomond” by Lady Moon from Fairy’s Love Song
44:03 CELTIC FEEDBACk
47:11 “The Heavy Hitter/The Shape of Piping to Come” by The Freestylers of Piping from The Shape of Piping to Come
52:22 “Twa Corbies” by Jasper Coal from 1000 Feet Closer to hell
55:11 “Tramps and Hawkers” by Hugh Morrison from Scotland Is free
58:38 “Macfurley’s Rant” by Jiggernaut from The Well
1:06:02 “Flower of Scotland” by Kilted Kings from Name On My Soul
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