Feb 25, 2016
We're less than a week away from Irish Music Month. I thought
I'd share a bunch of new indie Celtic music from Heidi-Jane
Schwabe, Athas, Abby Green, Jonathan Milton, Myddle Earth, Dearest
Home, Avourneen, Nessa, Saby O', La Unica, Stephen Kern, The
Tomfooligans, Niteworks, and Lady Moon that was recently submitted
before we jump full force into lots of St. Patrick's Day music
specials. I have some incredible shows planned. So tell a
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0:57 "Passing Train Juniper Jig" by Heidi-Jane Schwabe from Bonus Tracks
6:24 "Walsh's/Typolka" by Athas from 10 for 10: Live Tracks and Rarities
9:56 "Cruiscin Lan" by Abby Green from Why Should I?
14:30 "Neil's Jig" by Jonathan Milton from Just One More...
17:42 "Eyes of the Soul" by Myddle Earth from Days of the Weasel
22:24 CELTIC MUSIC NEWS
23:22 "The Boyne Water" by Dearest Home from Songs from Laurel Hill
27:00 "Eileen Oge" by Avourneen from Beloved
29:56 "The Blackbird and the Thrush" by Nessa from Nessa
34:04 "With Arms Entwined" by Saby O' from With Arms Entwined
37:47 CELTIC FEEDBACK
40:40 "Furthest We Go" by La Unica from La Unica
45:20 "The Savior" by Stephen Kern from Holy Triumph
47:13 "Fireman's Carry" by The Tomfooligans from Five Rounds
51:04 "Obair Oidhche" by Niteworks from NW
57:43 "Fairy's Love Song" by Lady Moon from Fairy's Love Song
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