Jul 9, 2015
Can you believe that Southern liquor laws prevent the sale of alcohol on Sunday? Even after 30 years or so of living in the South, it still boggles my mind. I believe everyone should be able to buy or drink Irish whiskey on Sunday. This is not a political episode though. Just my two cents worth. Vote these laws down. Then start drinking some of the finest Irish music right now with awesome Celtic music from Chief O'Neill's Mixed Flock, Maggie Sansone, Rob Higginbotham, Stout Pounders, Breabach, Ron Cody, Marc Gunn, The Gothard Sisters, Jesse Ferguson, Whiskey Sunday, Finbar Furey, The Ne'er Duwels, The Rathmines, Rathkeltair, The Flying Toads. celticmusicpodcast.com/215
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If you are listening to this podcast then you probably dream of traveling to one of the Celtic nations. So I have one piece of advice. Do it! I'm not saying you should join me on one of my Celtic Invasion Vacations. I'm not saying you should join another tour group. But travel. Go. Right now.
Mark Twain wrote: "Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one's lifetime."
Traveling will change your life for the better forever. Stop waiting for the "right moment". Start planning now.
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"Reels: The Blackthorn Stick / The Green Mountain / The Red-haired Lass" by Chief O'Neill's Mixed Flock
from The New Blackthorn Stick
"North Sea Crossing [Reels]: When Charlie Returns/North Sea Crossing/Ham" by Maggie Sansone
from Wind Drift
"Blower of Winds" by Rob Higginbotham
"Milkshake" by Stout Pounders
"Hi Ho Ro Tha Mi Duilich" by Breabach
"Booth Shot Lincoln" by Ron Cody
from The Talking Rake
Celtic Music Challenge!
"Ye Jacobites By Name" by Marc Gunn
from Scottish Songs of Drinking & Rebellion
"Catina Bush" by The Gothard Sisters
from Mountain Rose
"The Blackleg Miner" by Jesse Ferguson
from The Butcher Boy
"She Took the Train" by Whiskey Sunday
from Holy Water
Celtic Music Feedback
"Whiskey Come to Me on Sunday" by Finbar Furey
"Spancil Hill" by The Ne'er Duwels
from The Ne'er Duwels
"Paddy's Taksim Square" by The Rathmines
from Ramblin' with the Rats - Stolen Songs of Struggle
"How the Irish Saved My Life" by Rathkeltair
from Something Good For a Change
"Palm Sunday" by The Flying Toads
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