Sep 1, 2016
The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast celebrates Celtic culture
with music from Flashpoint, Athena Tergis, Heather Dale, Sarah
Marie Mullen, Calasaig, Smithfield Fair, The Rogues, Jasper Coal,
Jesse Linder, Brobdingnagian Bards, Sons of Malarkey, The Larkin
Brigade, The Roving Crows, Celtic Cross, Runa.
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Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans to exotic locations around the world. We don’t travel in big tour buses and see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to Know the region through its culture, history, and legends. Plus, I bring you some great Celtic music by me and other Celtic artists. We're going to Brittany in 2017. Subscribe to the mailing list to join the invasion at celticinvasion.com
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* I want to invite you to join me on Facebook. Each week, I now highlight Celtic Music News from bands in the latest episode, new Celtic CDs released on CD Baby, and Celtic Music Spotlights on bands who recently submitted ot the podcast. You'll learn additional information about the bands on the show. You can now listen to entire shows on Facebook and stay tuned as I bring back our video shows soon.
* I have a new album that is now on Kickstarter. It's for my band, Kilted Kings, which features Randy Wothke on drums and me on autoharp and vocals. The album features heroic, Celtic world music in kilts. Go to our Kickstarter for more info.
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Balden4325 wrote on iTunes: "A wonderful find. I have always loved Celtic music. I listen at work. The podcast is absolutely perfect. Just the right amount of description and chat intermixed with a lot of beautiful music. So glad this is out in the universe!!!"
Christoffel Wilhelm Engelbrecht wrote on Facebook: "Thanks as always for brightening up one hour of my week with awesome Celtic music. Really needed it yesterday when attempting to assemble this IKEA couch! It was an ordeal, but your podcast kept me pumped and got me through it."
Helen emailed: "Hi Mark, episode 203 "the work of the weavers" is keeping me company while I photograph Celtic jewelry at work today. I'm a new listener to the podcast and I'm really enjoying the mix you play. Cheers"
Raül Aicart emailed: "I write you from Tarragona (near Barcelona), Catalonia. Thank you for the great amount of music that I’ve discovered either via podcast or through Celtic 103. I would like to help financially in this project but right now it is complicated. Nevertheless, I found the way to do my bit, if this suits you. I’ve seen that there are many podcasts that do not have the time inserted. If you want I can do it on my own and I will send you the results. Let me know if this can be useful for you, or if I can help you in any other way. Slainte!"
Chris Kapustin emailed: "Hello! I started listening to your podcast about a week ago while at work and i absolutely love it. The Star Wars songs you made are amazing (being a huge fan as well). I was wondering if you have heard of the Band "Darby O'Gill?" They are a pretty fun and funny band that is perfect if you do another pub songs episode, they are also the main band that got me into this type of music. Well, I have a lot of catching up to do with your series, Thank you"
0:25 "Sliabh Russell / Hag At the Churn / Kid On the Mountain" by Flashpoint from Jammed
6:28 "Johnny McGreevy’s / Owney Davey’s / O’Callaghan’s / Margaree Reel (Reels)" by Athena Tergis from A Letter Home
10:53 "Stone Soup" by Heather Dale from Imagineer
14:28 "Soggy Father Campbell (Campbell's Farewell To Red Gap/The Musical Priest/Over The Waterfall)" by Sarah Marie Mullen from Harper's Bizarre
18:21 "Banks of the Lea" by Calasaig from Near & Far
22:50 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
25:01 "Glenlogie" by Smithfield Fair from Scotland, Fair Scotland
29:14 "Marren's Jig" by The Rogues from RogueTrip
31:35 "Fionnghuala" by Jasper Coal from 1000 Feet Closer to Hell
33:04 "Prayer For My Friends" by Jesse Linder from Ready for the Storm
36:10 CELTIC FEEDBACK
39:12 "Jedi Drinking Song" by Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales
43:10 "Auld Drunk Anthems" by Sons of Malarkey from Sons of Malarkey
47:41 "Dot Day" by The Larkin Brigade from Paddy Keys for Mayor
50:28 "Dirty Habits" by The Roving Crows from Bacchanalia
53:49 "D Train" by Celtic Cross from Saoirse's Heart
59:42 "The Banks are Made of Marble" by Runa from Current Affairs
VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20. It's easier than ever to do. Just list the show number, and the name of one or two bands. That's it. You can vote once for each episode help me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2016 episode.
The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. To subscribe, go to iTunes or to our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at celticmusicpodcast.com.