Oct 20, 2022
Sail on to IrishFest Atlanta to hear a story from Shannon Dunne along with music from the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Santiago Molina, Meerrant, Old Blind Dogs, Jared Bogle, Niamh Dunne, Alex Sturbaum, Battlefield Band, Gwilym Morus, Chris Murphy, Clare Sands, SeeD, The Muckers, The Town Pants, The Secret Commonwealth
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0:09 - Santiago Molina "Acá y ahora" from Desde un nuevo lugar
3:15 - WELCOME
4:09 - Meerrant "Trois Corbeaux" from Fells
8:12 - Old Blind Dogs "Here We Go Again" from Knucklehead Circus
11:13 - Jared Bogle "The Orphan / The Black Rogue (Jigs)" from The Old Road Home
14:33 - Niamh Dunne "Tales of Old" from Tides
18:09 - FEEDBACK
20:35 - Alex Sturbaum "Lift Me Up John" from River Run Wide
25:16 - Battlefield Band "The St. Louis Stagger / The Ass In The Graveyard / Sandy's New
Chanter" from The Producer's Choice
29:34 - Gwilym Morus "What's going on" from Live Performance of Gwilym Morus in Wales 2014
32:32 - Shannon Dunne is an acclaimed sean - nós dancer, concertina player, singer, community organizer, and educator. Her work with master dancers has given her intimate access to the tight - knit sean - nós dance community and has afforded her a place among the top sean - nós dancers in North America.
The Washington Post called her dancing, "Playful musicality! Spirited and fun!" Shannon has joined the Phoenix School of Irish Arts as a Dance Instructor. Shannon will teach “set dancing” at IrishFest Atlanta.
33:27 - STORY: SEAN NOS DANCE
38:23 - Chris Murphy "Connemara Ponies" from The Tinker's Dream
41:26 - THANKS
42:45 - Clare Sands "Sail On" from Clare Sands
46:05 - SeeD "We Will Fly" from FAE
50:27 - The Muckers “Castle Kelly” from One More Stout
54:34 - The Town Pants "Eliza Anderson" from Something to Say
59:00 - CLOSING
1:00:00 - The Secret Commonwealth "All These Years" from Last Call
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