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Feb 3, 2015

Put your craic hat on. It's time for some of the Best indie Irish Celtic music from Ellis Crean, Jameson's Revenge, Seasons, Robert D Grappel, Smithfield Fair, The Kish Celtic Band, Olta, Darren Raleigh, James Shipp, Redhill Rats, Astrakan Project, Sliotar, Spade McQuade With Nick Watson, Bourbon & Shamrocks.

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Eilis Crean - The Lonesome Fiddler

This Week in Celtic Music

"The Meelick/Team Whelan's Jig/Rolling Wave" by Ellis Crean
from The Lonesome Fiddler

"In the Loo/The Moyside Hotel" by Jameson's Revenge
from While Yer Up

"I Care Not For These Ladies" by Seasons
from Seasons

"Celtic Medley" by Robert D Grappel
from Harp On It

"Wha'll Be King But Cherlie/Came Ye O're Frae France" by Smithfield Fair
from Scotland, Fair Scotland

Celtic Music News

"Eastern Morn" by The Kish Celtic Band
from The Kish Celtic Band

"Drumdelgie/Elsie Marely" by Olta
from Step It Out

"Cavan Girl" by Darren Raleigh
from Silverwheel

"South Australia" by James Shipp
from Nos Novo Strange Sweethearts in America

Celtic Feedback

"Goblin's Inn" by Redhill Rats
from Cape Wolf

"Sell Ouzh ar Stered (Look at the Stars)" by Astrakan Project
from Astrakan Project B

"Whiskey in the Sauna" by Sliotar
from Fine Friends

"Celtic Soul" by Spade McQuade With Nick Watson
from Rathkeltair & Friends CPR

"Zooie" by Bourbon & Shamrocks
from Craic!

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