Aug 29, 2019
Rock out to the Top 20 Irish Drinking Songs from the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
The Celtic Kitchen Party, Stout Pounders, The Barley Boys, Homeland, Bridgid's Cross, Hair of the Dog, Musical Blades, Ceann, Boston Blackthorne, The Brazen Heads, St. Jame's Gate, Bangers and Mash, Rebels and Sinners, The Fighting Jamesons, Barleyjuice, Bourbon & Shamrocks, Battlelegs, Sgian Dubh, Screaming Orphans
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With the new year comes a new votes in the Celtic Top 20. This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. Just list the show number, and the name of as many bands in the episode as you like. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2019 episode. Vote Now!
0:06 - "All For Me Grog" by The Celtic Kitchen Party from Sociable!
3:15 - "Wild Colonial Boy" by Stout Pounders from Pour Decisions
6:18 - "Raggle Taggle Gypsy" by The Barley Boys from The Days of Abundance
11:14 - "Mrs. McGrath" by Homeland from We Never Got This Far Alone
15:30 - "Drunken Sailor" by Bridgid's Cross from Half Two
18:18 - "Whiskey in a Jar" by Hair of the Dog from Let It Flow
21:11 - "Leaving of Liverpool" by Musical Blades from Up the Ante
24:18 - CELTIC FEEDBACK
27:20 - "Old Dun Cow" by Ceann from Making Friends
30:58 - "Black & Tans" by Boston Blackthorne from County Kerry to Kerry Park
34:14 - "Wind That Shakes the Barley" by The Brazen Heads from Who's Your Paddy
37:30 - "All Around My Hat" by St. Jame's Gate from Happy Life
41:09 - "Star of the County Down" by Bangers and Mash from Quicksand Cafe
43:25 - "Spancil Hill" by Rebels and Sinners from Day's Just Begun
47:30 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
49:01 - "Rocky Road to Dublin" by The Fighting Jamesons from Every Day Above Ground
52:38 - "Tim Finegan's Wake" by Barleyjuice from Six Yanks
56:39 - "7 Drunkin Nights" by Bourbon & Shamrocks from Shocks & ARRRR!
1:01:14 - "Wild Rover" by Battlelegs from Lost My Shoes
1:05:46 - "Whiskey You're the Devil" by Sgian Dubh from Frightening All the Dogs
1:10:24 - “Follow Me Up to Carlow” by Screaming Orphans from Taproom
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