Mar 7, 2019
St Patrick's Day starts early with three hours of Celtic music from the award-winning Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. http://bestcelticmusic.net/
The Gothard Sisters, Banna De Dha, Beyond the Pale, The Duplets, Lochlainn, Clan Celtica, Irish Whispa, Keith Hinchliffe, Kyle Carey, Ceol Gan Achar, Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Bedlam Bards, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Rose Rock, Ella Roberts, Bangers and Mash, Screaming Orphans, Ceann, Ed Miller, Kennedy's Kitchen, Dark Patrick, Paddy's Pig, We Banjo 3, Talisk, Lothlorien, Madd Paddy, Marc Gunn, Kinfolk, Gaelic Storm, Fergus, Albannach, Calasaig, Derek Byrne and Paddygrass, The Hallions, The Fighting Jamesons, Hexperos, Dervish, SeaStar, The McCabes, Old Blind Dogs, The Kreelers, Conor Caldwell, Runa, Seamus Kennedy, Brobdingnagian Bards, Johnson's Motorcar, The Canny Brothers Band, The Poxy Boggards, Celtic Soul, Ockham's Razor
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0:05 "The Three Coins" by The Gothard Sisters from Story Girl
3:34 "Comb Your Hair & Curl It / The White Petticoat / The Black Rogue" by Banna De Dha from Band of Two
8:29 "Catalpa Rescue" by Beyond the Pale from Wantin' Something More
12:02 "Garry Porch's" by The Duplets from Leverage
15:07 "Green Window" by Lochlainn from Fisher Street
19:07 "Triantan" by Clan Celtica from Tribal Thunder
22:34 CELTIC FEEDBACK
23:08 "Rising of the Moon" by Irish Whispa from Irish Whispa
25:54 "A Wee Dram or Henry the Horse's Hornpipe" from Keith Hinchliffe from A Wee Dram
27:48 "Cairistiona" by Kyle Carey from North Star
30:40 "Hedigans Fancy Hawson" by Ceol Gan Achar from Ceol Gan Achar
34:59 "Grandpa Joe" by Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer from Twelve Months & A Day
39:48 PATRONS OF THE PODCAST
44:22 "Jenny's Story" by The Merry Wives of Windsor from Tales from Windsor's Tavern
46:35 "Down by the Sally Garden" by Rose Rock from Aire Loom
49:22 "North Wind" by Ella Roberts from North Wind
53:18 "Paddy's Day NYC" by Bangers and Mash from Whisper Valley and Other Stories
56:49 "Dr. Gilberts Sel" by Screaming Orphans from Taproom
59:49 CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS
1:00:26 "Almost Irish" by Ceann from Almost Irish
1:05:38 "London Town" by Ed Miller from Follow the Music
1:09:48 "Christy Barry's Jig/The Rolling Waves/The Old Favorite/The West Clare Reel" by Kennedy's Kitchen from The Birds Upon the Tree
1:14:27 "Eamonn An Chnoic" by Dark Patrick from Fainne Gael an Lae
1:17:21 "Henry My Son" by Paddy's Pig from Maple & Wire
1:20:47 "Two Sisters" by We Banjo 3 from String Theory
1:25:29 "Rations" by Talisk from Beyond
1:32:33 CELTIC FEEDBACK
1:33:00 "Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore" by Lothlorien from Single
1:37:27 "The Leprechaun" by Madd Paddy from Arrived
1:39:52 "Henry Martin" by Marc Gunn from Not Every Day Is St Patrick's Day
1:42:19 "Paddy's Stout" by Kinfolk from This Land
1:44:53 "Kiss Me I'm Irish" by Gaelic Storm from Bring Yer Wellies
1:49:37 "P Stands for Paddy" by Fergus from Green St.
1:52:49 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
1:53:51 "Auld Nick's A Piper" by Albannach from Eye of the Storm
1:56:21 "Lazy Bairn / Instrumental: Doug McPhee's Welcome" by Calasaig from Merchant's City
2:00:03 "My Only" by Derek Byrne and Paddygrass from Half and Half
2:02:52 "Devil's Kiss" by The Hallions from EP
2:06:53 "A Song for Letting Go" by The Fightling Jamesons from Every Day Above Ground
2:11:26 "Giant's Causeway" by Hexperos from Lost in The Great Sea
2:15:45 "Red Haired Mary" by Dervish from Midsummer's Night
2:18:47 CELTIC FEEDBACK
2:19:21 "Galway Bay" by SeaStar from Never Go Back
2:23:21 "An American in Paris" by The McCabes from Songs for Breakfast
2:27:34 "Died and Gone" by Old Blind Dogs from Room With A View
2:33:28 "Johnny Don't Go" by The Kreelers from Saints & Sinners
2:36:42 "An Art Revealed" by Conor Caldwell from To Belfast...
2:39:10 "Big Fellah" by Black 47 from Rise Up
2:44:49 "The Ruthless Wife" by Runa from Current Affairs
2:50:39 CELTIC FEEDBACK
2:51:25 "Wild Rover" by Seamus Kennedy from By Popular Demand
2:56:34 "Old Dun Cow" by Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales
3:00:26 "Redcrow/Tamlins/Gravelwalk" by Johnsons Motorcar from Funky Disco Hardcore
3:05:05 "Spancil Hill" by The Canny Brothers Band from One Drop of Whiskey
3:08:12 "The Drinker's Praise" by The Poxy Boggards from Bawdy Parts
3:10:10 "Tempest in a Teacup" by Celtic Soul from Way
3:20:00 "Lanigan's Ball" by Ockham's Razor from Ten Thousand Miles to Bedlam
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