Sep 8, 2022
Climb that hill. Look across the countryside with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Wolf & Clover, The Gothard Sisters, Kinnfolk, We Banjo 3, The Chivalrous Crickets, The Chieftains, Jocelyn Pettit & Ellen Gira, The Secret Commonwealth, Stanley & Grimm, Barrenhart, The McKrells, Voice of Lir, Flatfoot 56, Clare Cunningham, Socks in the Frying Pan
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0:02 - Intro by Kinnfolk
0:08 - Wolf & Clover "The First Avenue Set (Live)" from Live at the Silvan Sessions
2:44 - WELCOME
4:10 - The Gothard Sisters "New Horizons" from Single
7:12 - Kinnfolk "Byker Hill" from Single
9:03 - We Banjo 3 "Chair Snappers' Delight" from String Theory
12:43 - The Chivalrous Crickets "The Auchindoun Set" from The Chivalrous Crickets
20:06 - FEEDBACK
22:47 - The Chieftains "Drowsy Maggie" from Bear's Sonic Journals: The Foxhunt - Live In San Francisco 1973
26:55 - Jocelyn Pettit & Ellen Gira "Last Train to Glasgow" from All It Brings
32:04 - The Secret Commonwealth "The Johnny Jump Up" from Lager & Blood
35:33 - Stanley & Grimm "Caledonia's Wail for Neil Gow" from Another Round
37:25 - Barrenhart "The Old Dun Cow" from Celtic Grass
42:01 - THANKS
43:38 - The McKrells "The Rat Upon the Harp" from Somethin' Fierce
45:56 - Voice of Lir "Battering Ram - Kerry Slide" from Aislingeach
50:06 - Flatfoot 56 "I Believe It" from Toil
52:45 - Clare Cunningham "No Place Like Home" from Dear Ireland
55:41 - CLOSING
57:18 - Socks in the Frying Pan "Buachaillí Bána" from Return of the Giant Sock Monsters from Outer Space
The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. The show was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs.
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I’m performing this Saturday in Hendersonville, TN just outside of Nashville at the Middle Tennessee Highland Games & Celtic Festival. There are a lot of great bands performing. Clare Cunningham, The Secret Commonwealth and Flatfoot 56 are all in this show and performing there on Saturday. But you can also catch The Sternwheelers, Barrenthart, and Tuatha Dea to name just a few.
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My name is Liza and I am from Russia (unfortunately), I have recently discovered your podcast and I would like to say thank you for what you are doing. I love Celtic music, songs and dances, also picked up some piano notes when visiting Scotland. Utterly magnificent sounds and composition. I enjoy listening to your podcast while I am walking through the woods near my country house or collect berries there. It helps me to escape from the harsh reality and just meditate in the great outdoors.
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