Apr 7, 2016
There's a lot of great Celtic music in Canada. Today, I want to
introduce you to some of the hottest indie Celtic bands to cross
the Canadian border to be heard around the globe with awesome
Celtic music from The Fretless, NUA, Coole Park, Bonhomme
Setter, Duncan Cameron, Kailyarders, Dust Rhinos, Sora, Chrissy
Crowley, Madd Paddy, Jesse Ferguson, Rant Maggie Rant, The Irish
Rovers, The Rolling Kings, Gillian Boucher, Bodh'aktan, The
Malarkeys, Heather Dale, The Sheridan Band, Oona McOuat, Cod Gone
Wild, Brad Reid, The Mudmen, Bang on the Ear, Keelhaul, Searson,
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0:43 "Dirty Harry" by The
Fretless from The Fretless
Vancouver, British Colombia
5:33 "Happy Cammy Drammy Birthday" by NUA from BOLD
9:27 "Lower the Sails" by Coole Park from Water
13:27 "Man of the House" by Bonhomme Setter from Obia
18:19 "The Mickey Dam" by Duncan Cameron from The Whistling
22:13 CELTIC MUSIC NEWS
23:12 "Maritime Girl" by Kailyarders from King of the
White Rock, B.C
26:22 "Rocky Road to Dublin" by Dust Rhinos from I Should
31:29 "Piper" by Sora
from Scorpion Moon
35:24 "Stepdance Set" by Chrissy Crowley from Last
38:24 "The Roving Journeyman" by Madd Paddy from Arrived
44:16 "Byker Hill" by Jesse Ferguson from The
48:15 "Mayor Harrisons Set" by Rant Maggie Rant from Rant
58:13 "All For Me Grog" by The Irish Rovers from Drunken
1:02:25 "P Stands for Paddy" by The Rolling Kings from Raise a
St. John's, Newfoundland
1:05:48 "Lorraine's Dream" by Gillian Boucher from
Broad Cove (Inverness Co.), Nova Scotia
1:10:16 "Du Rhum, Des Femmes" by Bodh'aktan from Au diable les
1:12:41 "The Old Wild Boar" by The Malarkeys from Bloody
1:16:00 "Health to the Company" by Heather Dale from My Celtic
1:21:47 "Run Around With Me" by The Sheridan Band from No
Bar's Too Far
St Thomas, Ontario
1:25:40 "This Is A Prayer" by Oona McOuat from Honey & Holy
Salt Spring Island, British Columbia
1:31:06 "Black and Tans" by Cod Gone Wild from Cod Gone
1:34:38 "The Lame Duck" by Brad Reid from The Conunundrum
1:37:54 "Dirty Old Town" by The Mudmen from The High Road
1:42:38 CELTIC FEEDBACK
1:46:44 "Donkey Riding" by Bang on the Ear from Pubs, Pints
Glengarry County, Ontario
1:49:13 "Skipping to Dublin" by Keelhaul from A Maritime Tradition
1:51:36 "Friday Night" by Searson from Live
Ottawa Valley, Ontario
1:54:55 "Sing You Home" by Ennis from Lessons Learned
St John's Newfoundland
2:00:47 "The Shieldhill Lady" by Hawp from Storm and Calm
Canning, Nova Scotia
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