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This Week in Celtic Music
“Cunla” by Rathkeltair
“The Beggarman” by Bruno's Boys
from Last Call
“Maids of Munster” by John McGaha
from Exodus, An ElectroCelt Journey
“Come Out Ye Black ‘n' Tans” by Derek Warfield & The Young Wolfe Tones
from On the One Road
“Sunday Brunch Set” by Jonathan Milton
from Just One More…
“Elzic's Farewell” by Bourbon & Shamrocks
from Shock & ARRRR!
“Fire in the Head” by Emerald Rose
from Songs for the Night Sky
The Old Rogue Set” by Colin Farrell
from On the Move
“Seion” by Mwnci Nel
“Irish Rover” by Dun Aengus
“The Blackthorn Stick” by Beer Belly
from Paddy's Boots
“Music of Our Fathers” by Ceann
from Almost Irish
“The Brewery Tap” by Jiggernaut
from In Search of More
“Come to the Bower” by The Canny Brothers Band
from One Drop of Whiskey
“Boys of the Old Brigade” by The Kreellers
from Sixth and Porter
“Ranzo” by The Demon Barbers
from Disco at the Tavern
“Carrickfergus” by John Wright
from A Few Short Lines
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