Jun 16, 2016
I'm flying off to Cornwall later this morning. Before I go, I
wanted to share one more episode to tie you over until I return in
a couple weeks. You'll hear awesome indie Celtic music
from The Beggarmen, Burning Bridget Cleary, Gallus, Banna De
Dha, Gallowglass Irish Trio, Three Weird Sisters, Dublin Harpers,
Barrowburn, Sligo Rags, SeaStar, Enter the Haggis, Fathom, The
Bible Code Sundays, The Makem & Spain Brothers.
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0:26 "Strike the Gay Harp" by The Beggarmen from Newry Town
7:47 "Sloppy Set" by Burning Bridget Cleary from Totes for Goats
11:40 "Gorgeous and Bright" by Gallus
14:53 "Comb Your Hair & Curl It / The White Petticoat / The Black Rogue" by Banna De Dha from Band of Two
19:49 "Yellow Gals" by Gallowglass Irish Trio from All Our Best
22:18 CELTIC MUSIC NEWS
23:25 "May Queen" by Three Weird Sisters from Hair of the Frog
26:57 "Ginny's Kitchen" by Dublin Harpers from Shenanigans
30:31 "Shinin' Clear" by Barrowburn from Mist Covered Mountains
33:25 "Riding on the Wexford Line" by Sligo Rags from The Whiskey Never Lies
37:43 CELTIC FEEDBACK
38:16 "Selkie" by SeaStar from North Winds
43:29 "Copper Leaves" by Enter the Haggis from The Modest Revolution
46:55 "Old Spring" by Fathom from Pollution Blues
50:09 "Honour of the Gael" by The Bible Code Sundays from Ghosts Of Our Past
55:56 "Ha'penny Bridge" by The Makem & Spain Brothers from Home Away From Home
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