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Jul 30, 2015

Last Thursday, I shared a ten-year retrospective of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast, featuring 3 hours of great Celtic music by some of the best indie bands online. It was three hours long because fans of the show got behind it through my Celtic Music Challenge. You made pledges to the podcast on Patreon, and you also left voicemails. So many voicemails!

The voicemails are the reason I decided to create a bonus episode. By calling in, you were saying you wanted a three hour show. That's great, but to clog the show entirely with over 70 voicemails. That just didn't seem fair. So instead, I'm gonna fill this bonus show with voicemail. PLUS, I'm also gonna add in some of the other awesome songs and tunes from my Best Of episodes

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Notes:

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Shout out to my Celtic Superstars: Theresa Sullivan, Wesley Dunnington, Anna Cylkowski, Brendan Nix, John Bilderback, Brakeing Down Security Podcast, Rian P Kegerreis, Steven, Samual Hill, Johnny Berry, Shawn Cali

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Gaelic Storm - Cabbage

This Week in Celtic Music

"The Gael" by Albannach
from Eye of the Storm

"Raised on Black and Tans" by Gaelic Storm
from Cabbage

"Helvic Head" by Culann’s Hounds
from Year of the Dog

"Seven Drunken Nights" by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Real Men Wear Kilts

"Fleur De Lis" by Burning Bridget Cleary
from Pressed For Time

"Sheelin Side" by Colin Farrell
from On the Move

"Spancil Hill" by Jed Marum
from Lonestar Stout

"Paddy's Lament/Sporting Paddy" by Alison Barber
from Traveling Home

"The Wind That Shakes the Barley" by Alizbar & Ann' Sannat
from Welcome Into the Morning

"Chenier Shuffle" by Sonic Impulse
from Pipe Dreams

"Sail the Sky" by Bedlam Bards
from On the Drift

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The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. To subscribe, go to iTunes or to our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. You can post feedback in the shownotes at celticmusicpodcast.com or email me music@celticmusicpodcast.com.