Apr 5, 2018
April 6 is Tartan Day, a celebration of Scottish heritage. It is also Scottish Independence Day, when Robert the Bruce declared Scotland in 1320. We have Celtic music from The Rogues, Dublin Harpers, The Sorries, Lochlainn, Brobdingnagian Bards, Serious Kitchen, The Jacobites by Name, Tartanic, Marc Gunn, Ceann, Black Market Haggis, Maggie Sansone, Barleyjuice, Ed Miller. http://celticmusicpodcast.com/
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0:02 "Plaid Jam" by The Rogues from Off Kilter
8:13 "Piper's Pub" by Dublin Harpers from Shenanigans
11:58 "MacPherson's Rant" by The Sorries from Auld Lang Syne
17:00 "Cailleach's Plaid" by Lochlainn from Cailleach's Plaid
21:04 "Donald, Where's Your Drunken Scotsman?" by Brobdingnagian Bards from Real Men Wear Kilts
24:49 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
25:51 "The Kilt Set" by Serious Kitchen from "Tig"
30:19 "Mountains of Pomeroy" by The Jacobites by Name from The Jacobites By Name
34:51 "Mad Dog's Triple" by Tartanic fom Uncensored Vol. 4
38:26 "Jock Stuart, A Man Who Wears A Kilt Every Day" by Marc Gunn from Kilted For Her Pleasure
41:31 CELTIC FEEDBACK
43:05 "Where's Your Kilt" by Ceann from Making Friends
46:59 "Angus and the Kilt" by Black Market Haggis from Better Than It Sounds
50:34 "Willie's Old Trousers & The Tartan" by Maggie Sansone from Wind Drift
54:32 "Tartan Is the Colour of My True Love's Hair" by Barleyjuice from Six Yanks
57:51 "A Bottle of the Best" by Ed Miller from Generations of Change
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