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Aug 13, 2015

I'm planning some extra cool things for our Patrons of the Podcast in the future. But in the meantime, I'm excited to bring you another show of awesome indie Celtic music from The Brayzen Heads, Fiddleheads, SeaStar, Bonhomme Setter, Siren's Song, The Selkie Girls, Hooligan's Rule, Jenna Greene, Father Ray Kelly, Saxon Moon, Sligo Rags, Whiskey of the Damned, Ed Miller.

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SeaStar - North Winds

This Week in Celtic Music

"The Rose in the Heather" by The Brayzen Heads
from Floored

"Stor Mo Chroi/Brenda Stubbert's/Lads of Laois" by Fiddleheads
from And The Fiddles Played On

"Bittersweet Rubbish" by SeaStar
from North Winds

"Obia Song" by Bonhomme Setter
from Obia

"Western Wind" by Siren's Song
from Starlight And Shadow

Celtic Music News

"Oro Se Do Bheatha 'Bhaille" by The Selkie Girls
from Single

"Si Bheag Si Mhor" by Hooligan's Rule
from In and Out of Trouble

"Dance With Me" by Jenna Greene
from Crossroads

"O Danny Boy" by Father Ray Kelly
from Where I Belong

"The Shire" by Saxon Moon
from IV

"Limehouse Blues/I'll Tell My Ma" by Sligo Rags
from If the Skies Be Ablaze

"Last Refrain" by Whiskey of the Damned
from Craig Agus Whiskey

"Scotland's Story" by Ed Miller
from Come Awa' Wi' Me

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