Feb 22, 2008
Brought to you by the Brobdingnagian Bards tour of Ireland where we will go to… Explore Bantry Bay, Bantry Gardens with seven acres of terraced splendour and gothic sculptures and Bantry House's French Armarda center that re-enacts the attempted invasion by Theobald Wolfetone.
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“Lament of the Wolves”
from Jacie McConnell Demo
Cristian van Schuerbeck
from Celtic Thoughts
from The Arran Suite
“Raggle Taggle Gypsies (Live)”
Shamus O'Blivion and the Megadeath Morrismen
from an upcoming CD
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THE CELTIC TOP FIVE
5. “Green Grow the Rashes” by Brobdingnagian Bards
4. “No Booze Today” by Emerald Rose
3. “Caitlin Triall (Irish)” by Navan
2. “Mad Jenny” by The Merry Wives of Windsor