Jan 25, 2018
What are your favorite Irish Drinking Songs? Here's a fun list for 2018 with Celtic drinking songs from Crikwater, Cormac Gannon, Jesse Ferguson, Peat in the Creel, Matt & Shannon Heaton, The High Kings, The Kindred Kilts, Jim Cope, Hearthfire Duo, Andrew McKee, Bill Grogan's Goat, The Jackdaws, The Saucy Rovers, Screeched Inn, Plastic Paddy, The Muckers, Seamus Kennedy. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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0:06 "Three Drunken Maidens" by Crikwater from Crikwater
3:19 "Tipping It Up to Nancy" by Cormac Gannon from Different
5:44 "Molly Malone" by Jesse Ferguson from Folk Favourites
8:21 "Real Old Mountain Dew" by Peat in the Creel from The Barn Session
10:37 "Mrs. McGrath" by Matt & Shannon Heaton from Tell You in Earnest
16:11 "Irish Pub Song" by The High Kings from Decade: Best Of The High Kings
19:49 CELTIC PODCAST
21:41 "Wild Colonial Boy (Live)" by The Kindred Kilts from Live at Summer Crush Winery
25:20 "South Australia" by Jim Cope from King of Ballyhooley
27:40 "Lannigan's Ball" by Hearthfire Duo from A Long Way From Home
32:01 "Satisfied" by Andrew McKee from The Irish Bard
35:09 "Mary Mac" by Bill Grogan's Goat from Third Eye
40:39 CELTIC FEEDBACK
42:37 "Raggle Taggle Gypsy" by The Jackdaws from On the Lash
46:09 "Rolling Down to Maui" by The Saucy Rovers from Treasure Sickness
49:51 "Whisky in the Jar" by Screeched Inn from Screeched Inn
53:38 "Dicey Riley" by Plastic Paddy from Lucky Enough
56:51 "Paddy on the Railway" by The Muckers from The Muckers
1:01:06 "The Parting Glass" by Seamus Kennedy from In Concert
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Someone made an angry comment on Facebook the other day. He asked if I was paying royalties to the artists whose music I was using. One of the tragedies of creating this podcast is that I cannot afford to pay artists for play in the show. I calculated that it would cost over $20,000 per episode if I was to pay the standard royalty rate.
Instead, I ask artists to permit me to use their music royalty-free. But I feel bad about just doing that. So years ago, I started donating a portion of the income I earn from compilation CDs and from Patreon to Celtic non-profits, to help support our Celtic community.
I just compiled the list of 2017 donations. We donated a total of $3885.57 that went to Celtic non-profits last year. That means we have donated a grand total of over $31,000 to Celtic non-profits since I started donating money in 2004. You can see a breakdown of the Celtic non-profit donations on the website.
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