Mar 8, 2013
St Patrick’s Day music from the top 20 Celtic Bands of 2012 featuring Irish Celtic music from Hawp, The Triskells, Lachlan, Colleen Raney & Colm MacCarthaigh, Brobdingnagian Bards, Peter Daldry, SlipJig, Vintage Wildflowers, Hayley Griffith, Tullamore, Stout Pounders, Samantha Gillogly & Tim Maurice, Sons of Malarkey, Susan Kidney and Donna Germano, Sisters of Murphy, First Highland Watch, Hair of the Dog, Shillaly Brothers, Ockham’s Razor, Derek Warfield & The Young Wolfe Tones. www.celticmusicpodcast.com
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Sample music by Marc Gunn: 20 Best Irish Drinking Songs. Wan to sample Marc Gunn’s music? I put together a compilation of some my Best Irish Drinking Songs. You can buy it on iTunes or Amazon. And if you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and put iTUNES BEST IRISH DRINKING SONGS from now until March 17th, I’ll send you one track from the album for free via iTunes, plus, I’ll send you a Second Free Celtic MP3 from my Victims of Irish Music compilation CD.
Six years ago, I released my most-popular compilation CD entitled “Victims of Irish Music“. It was a huge success. I just published an article on the Celtic Music Magazine revisiting all the artists in a sort of “Where are they now?” type feature. And on March 10th, I want to ask you to buy one of those tunes. If you need a suggestion, I have a blog about that with some of the top tracks that you can enjoy. Again, that’s on March 10th. Subscribe to the Celtic Music Magazine to join the Chart Topping event. Oh! And also you’ll get an album that you can download (on March 13th) featuring 17 free Celtic MP3s for St. Patrick’s Day. Yes, I am your hook up for great, free, indie celtic music.
Subscribe to the Celtic Music Magazine today! On March 13th, I will email you a ZIP file featuring 17 MP3s of awesome Celtic songs and tunes by some of the incredible Celtic artists you will hear on this podcast.
“The Cost of Knowing” by Hawp
from Storm and Calm
“John Ryan’s Polka” by The Triskells
from THE TRISKELLS
“Annachie Gordon” by Colleen Raney & Colm
“Cowboy Jig” by SlipJig
from Leaving Plevna
“Daughter of a Gypsy” by Lachlan
from Daughter of a Gypsy
“Holy City” by Peter
from Familiar Roads
“Donald, Where’s Your Drunken Scotsman” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Real Men Wear Kilts
“Isle of Hope, Isle of Tears” by Hayley
from Celtic Rose
“Come out Ye Black’N’Tans” by Derek Warfield & The Young
from On The One Road
“The Beauties Of Autumn/The Road To Lisdoonvarna/Morrison’s Jig”
by Samantha Gillogly
& Tim Maurice
from Celtic Chamber Music
“My Johnny Was A Shoemaker” by Tullamore
from Wild and Wicked Youth
“Jack Broke da Prison Door/Aald Stor Back Again”
by Susan Kidney and
from Highland Fling
“In My Prime” by Vintage Wildflowers
from Lovely Madness
“Rosin the Bow” by Stout Pounders
from 3 Drink Minimum
“Star of the County Down” by Sons of Malarkey
from Sons of Malarkey
“You Had Me at Goodbye” by Sisters of
from Holy Show
“Sweet Stephanie” by First Highland
from Drunken Piper
“Too Drunk to Fight” by Shillaly Brothers
from Too Drunk To Fight
“Jock Stewart” by Ockham’s Razor
from Wolves in the Walls
“Whiskey from the Field” by Hair of the Dog
from Liam Left The Lights On Again