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This Week in Celtic Music
“Tony's Celebration” by Fiddlinda: Linda Relph
from There & Then – Here & Now
“Peggy” by Clandestine
from To Anybody At All
Jen Hamel has a new band, The Good Set. Also features Heather Gilmer
“On the Trail of Tears” by David Nigel Lloyd
from How Like Ghosts We Are
“Everlasting Dream” by Francesca Fabris
from So Close To You
“The Virginia Set” by Blarney
“I'll Never Drink Again” by LQR
from A Taste of Liqour
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