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Nov 10, 2010

Music from Brad Reid, Sligo Rags, Damh the Bard, Claire Roche, The Gleasons, Jenna Greene, Stonecircle, Brobdingnagian Bards, The Rogues, Angus Mohr, Flatfoot 56, Amber Whitworth/Char Butler, Fiddler's Green, Beyond the Pale. www.celticmusicpodcast.com/94

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Oct 17, 2010

How long have cats been a part of human society? It seems a very very long time according to a new research study.

Cat Music & News


Oct 14, 2010

Special feature on Poitin's CD Jiggery Pokery.

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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 how...


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

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Sep 29, 2010

Enjoy Jed Marum's fantastic CD The Soul of a Wander, courtesy of this generous Celtic singer from Dallas, Texas.

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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...