Oct 6, 2010
Music from Stonecircle, Heather Dale, Poitin, Crepuscule, Grey Aengus, Jasper Coal, Battlelegs, Circled by Hounds, Serious Kitchen, Poor Man's Fortune, David Nigel Lloyd, Minstrels of Mayhem, Ockham's Razor, John McLean Allan, Hair of the Dog, Angus Mohr, Rising Gael. www.celticmusicpodcast.com
Wouldn't it be amazing to walk among the rolling green
hills of Ireland? Picture the texture of standing
stones, the sounds of Irish fiddle, and the wet taste
of Guinness on your lips and you're just now beginning to
understand the magic of each Celtic Invasion of Ireland.
The next trip is scheduled for June 13-20, 2011.
Find all the details when you visit the
website at www.celticinvasion.com .
Vote in The Celtic Top Five.
Remember. Cast your vote for your favorite song in this show!
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Less Talk, More Music!
“She Moved Through the Faire_A Maid in Bedlam” by Grey Aengus
from Gaelic Soup
“The Well Below The Valley” by Circled by Hounds
from Chasing Our Tales
“The Three Sisters and the King of the Deep Dark Well/The Just Desert” by David Nigel Lloyd
from Rivers, Kings and Curses
“The Banshee” by Minstrels of Mayhem
from Rocky Road
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PROMO – Renaissance Festival Podcast
“William's Ghost” by Rising Gael
from These City Walls
In every episode of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast, I ask you to vote for your favorite song in that podcast. The most-popular song is then featured at the end of the next podcast. Here are the most-popular songs from the last show.
2. “Far Away” by The Kreellers
3. “Siul A Run” by Alizabr and Ann Sannat
4. “Rising of the Moon” by Michael William Harrison
5. “Pretty Too” by Rathkeltair