Mar 13, 2014
The free St. Patrick's Day music playlist of 2014 features Irish Celtic music from Rathkeltair, Baroque & Hungry, Gwilym Morus, Kevin McCormack, The Gothard Sisters, Jack Carey, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Telenn Tri, Burning Bridget Cleary, The Tea Merchants, Marc Gunn, The Rogues, The Shams, Finvarra, La Unica, Heather Dale, The Fire Inside. www.celticmusicpodcast.com
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Some Great Irish Resources for St. Patrick's Day.
"The Ballad of Colonel John Macintosh" by Rathkeltair
"The Road to Lisdoonvarna" by Baroque & Hungry
"Eryri" by Gwilym
"Come My Little Son" by Kevin McCormack
from An Emigrant’s Letter
"Flying Sails" by The Gothard Sisters
"The Emigrants Story" by Jack Carey
from The Emigrants Story
"Rambling Shuiler" by Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer
from Red House
"An Andro" by Telenn
from Telenn Tri
"Ballad of Tim Evans" by Burning Bridget Cleary
from Pressed for Time
"Frogg Polkas" by The Tea
from Gaslights Snaps
"Loch Tay Boat Song" by Marc Gunn
from Scottish Songs of Drinking & Rebellion
"Cullen Anderson" by The
from Live in Canada, Eh?
"Cruel Sister" by The Shams
from Go On Home Boys
"Kelpie-Cliffs of Moher" by Finvarra
"Irish Rock Song #4" by La Unica
from La Unica
"Star of the County Down" by Heather Dale
from My Celtic Heart
"Dulaman" by The Fire Inside
from Strike the Match
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