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Sep 24, 2015

You are in for a treat. This week, I have a bunch of new Irish music to share with you that includes some real gems. You're gonna have a blast with music from Banshee in the Kitchen, Ilse De Ziah, The Boston Harbor Bhoys, Becky Taylor, Carolina Ceili, Jed Marum, Emerald Accent, Barrowburn, Count 4dB, Wild Colonial Bhoys, Sligo Rags, Musical Blades, Sisters of Murphy.

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Banshee in the Kitchen - Live at Painted Sky

This Week in Celtic Music

"Planxty Catharsis" by Banshee in the Kitchen
from Live at the Painted Sky

"Aisling An Oig-Fhir (Young Man's Dream)" by Ilse De Ziah
from Irish Airs for Solo 'Cello

"Black Velvet Band" by The Boston Harbor Bhoys
from In Your Living Room

"Ireland Bridge" by Becky Taylor
from Ireland Bridge

"Cunla" by Carolina Ceili
from 50 Shades of Green

Celtic Music News

"White Cockade" by Jed Marum
from Miles From Home

"Westlin Winds" by Emerald Accent
from For Love of Scotland

"Shinin' Clear" by Barrowburn
from Mist Covered Mountains

Celtic Feedback

"The Fisherman's Song" by Count 4dB
from Rylander: There Can Be Only One

"Farewell to Erin" by Wild Colonial Bhoys
from On Our Own

"The Night Visit" by Sligo Rags
from If the Skies Be Ablaze

"Girls of Dublin Town" by Musical Blades
from Treasures of Old

"Green Over Red" by Sisters of Murphy
from Single

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