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This Week in Celtic Music
“Piop Mor” by Greenwich Meantime
from Greenwich Meantime
“Billy's Bounce” by The Brazen Heads
from Who's Your Paddy?
“Wild Mountain Thyme” by Dust Rhinos
from Got Guinness?
“Guantera” by Cele De
from To Find the Missing Part
“Happy Are the Dead” by Sons of Malarkey
from Sons of Malarkey
“Holylands Belfast” by Mickey Coleman
from Carefully Crafted
Celtic Music News
“Building a Boat” by The Elders
from Wanderin' Life & Times
“Tramps and Hawkers” by Redhill Rats
from Some Heroes
“Little Rabbit/June Apple” by The Barley Boys
from It's A Long Drive From Ireland
“Oro, Se Do Bheatha ‘Bhaile” by Ockham's Razor
from Wolves in the Walls
“Those Were the Days” by Celtic Cross
from Shores of America
“Johnny Don't Go” by The Kreellers
from Saints & Sinners
“Redcrow/Tamlins/Gravelwalk” by Johnsons Motorcar
from Funky Disco Hardcore
“Mile Marbhphaisg air a' Ghaol” by Mairi Morrison & Alasdair Roberts
“Girl from the Emerald Isle” by A Band of Rogues
from A Band of Rogues
“Tinkering on the Bridge” by Sliotar
from Fine Friends
“Monto” by Barleyjuice
from A Night at the Pub
More Celtic Music News
“Main Street” by Mighty Ploughboys
from Mighty Ploughboys
“Tony” by Heidi Jane
from A Thousand Reasons Why
“Time Machine” by The Malarkeys
from Bloody Brilliant
“Dr Hayes” by Sprag Session
from Sprag Session
“After the Rain” by Brendan Monaghan
from Flicker of Hope
Question: What Is Celtic Music?
“Ye Jacobites By Name” by Stout Pounders
from 3 Drink Minimum
“The Recruited Collier” by Paisley Close
from All On A Day
“Donegal Moonlight” by The Gleasons
from Let It Go
“Lukey” by Hair of the Dog
“The Auld Triangle” by Finn's Fury
from What About Ya?
“The Bounty Hunter” by The McDades
“The Reel Thing” by Angus Mohr
from The Heroic Adventures Of Angus Mohr
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