#176: September Reels

Irish Celtic music from Gan Fidel, Joe Derrane, Jesse Ferguson, Fiddlin' in th' Parlor, Bow Triplets, NUA, O'hanleigh, BOWI, Ciara Considine, The Irish Balladeers, Castlebay, Maidens IV, Sons of Malarkey, Brendan Monaghan, Brian Thomas. www.celticmusicpodcast.com

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Joe Derrane - Grove Lane

This Week in Celtic Music

0:38
“September Reels” by Gan Fidel
from Gan Fidel

5:55
“Paddy Reynolds' Dream/Russel's Mountain” by Joe Derrane
from Grove Lane

9:52
“The Butcher Boy” by Jesse Ferguson
from The Butcher Boy

14:31
“Starry Night in Shetland” by Fiddlin' in th' Parlor
from Slow Aire

18:21
“The Blacksmith” by Bow Triplets
from Secret Signs

22:57
Celtic Music News

24:27
“Ecklunds” by NUA
from Bold

26:37
“Mike Muldowney” by O'hanleigh
from Of Irish Crossings Told

30:23
“Swallowtail Set” by BOWI
from Captain Hopper's Mutiny

33:42
“Is Ar Eirinn etc” by Ciara Considine
from Beyond the Waves

38:00
Feedback

40:41
“Cushy McCoy” by The Irish Balladeers
from The Molly Maguires

42:44
“The Spring of Shillelagh/The Acorn” by Castlebay
from Tapestry II – Garden of Green

46:50
“T Cup O'Scotch” by Maidens IV
from Live Out Loud

50:00
“Jack Stewart” by Sons of Malarkey
from Sons of Malarkey

54:00
“Flicker of Hope” by Brendan Monaghan
from Flicker of Hope

58:27
“From the Highest Hill” by Brian Thomas
from Prairie Rain

Brian Thomas - Prairie Rain

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Comments

#176: September Reels — 3 Comments

  1. Hi Mark –

    I really enjoyed this show. I couldn’t have asked for a better start than “September Reels” by Gan Fidel, as an aspiring banjo player myself. I tried to find their music but I haven’t had any luck. Do you have knowledge that may help me track them down?

  2. Hey Dennis,

    Sadly, the band is no longer together. That said, let me see if I can track down Chip, one of the players. I know they did not have a CD though.