Jun 24, 2021
Sing along with the bold fenian men and the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Tallymoore, Liesel Wilson, Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunne, Doolin', W Ed Harris, Erin Ruth, Rowan, Matthew Young, The Máirtín de Cógáin Project, Nick Metcalf, Plastic Paddy, West of Mabou, The Rumjacks, Orla Fallon
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0:04 - Tallymoore "Congress Reel / Mason's Apron" from Tallymoore
2:06 - WELCOME
3:52 - Liesel Wilson "Tom Moylan's Frolic / The Maid I Ne'er Forgot / The Torrid Romance" from The Path
6:51 - Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunne "When Fortune Turns Her Wheel" from Kind Providence
8:38 - Doolin' "Itinerant Singing Boy" from Doolin'
13:21 - W Ed Harris "Tar Road to Sligo/Maid in the Meadow/Behind the Haystack" from Turas Ceilteach
17:20 - FEEDBACK
20:18 - Erin Ruth "Bold Fenian Men" from Erin Ruth
23:24 - Rowan "Mark Quinn's/Galway Belle/Barren Rocks of Aden" from Tales Through Time
27:38 - Matthew Young "Roddy McCorley" from Here's to Dear Old Erin
30:41 - The Máirtín de Cógáin Project "Johnny Go Boating" from From Cork with Love
34:35 - THANKS
36:01 - Nick Metcalf "Rise (feat. Julie Cameron-Hall & Rick Metcalf)" from Out of the Ashes
42:09 - Plastic Paddy "Ireland" from Lucky Enough
47:55 - West of Mabou "The Foxhunter" from West of Mabou
51:39 - The Rumjacks "Goodnight & Make Mends" from Hestia
55:00 - CLOSING
56:05 - Orla Fallon "Siúil a Rún" from Lore
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