Mar 4, 2021
Let’s kick off Celtic Culture Awareness Month way early with 17 beautiful and inspiring songs and tunes for St Patrick’s Day. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free!
Joseph Carmichael, The Gatehouse Well, Beyond The Pale, Tartanic, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, The Jig Is Up!, Rising Gael, Marc Gunn & Sam Gillogly, Gerry O'Beirne, Tullamore, The Gothard Sisters, Sylvia Woods, Songs For Ceilidh, Claire Roche, The Boston Harbor Bhoys, Master ‘Bones’ Jangle and The Voodoo Island Cannibals, Bridgid's Cross
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0:07 - Joseph Carmichael “Merrily Kissed The Quaker's Wife”
3:18 - WELCOME
4:55 - The Gatehouse Well “Tree Gap Set” from Bring You Ashore
8:37 - Beyond The Pale “Catalpa Rescue” from Wantin' Something More
12:10 - Tartanic “Nordic Twister” from Uncharted
16:00 - Muireann Nic
Amhlaoibh “Bríd Óg Ní Mháille” from Foxglove and Fuschia
Pronunciation: Breed ow - g nee wall - ya
20:53 - FEEDBACK
23:16 - The Jig Is Up! “I Once Loved A Lass - Da Slockit Light” from On Yer Toes!
28:59 - Rising Gael “The Trooper and the Maid” from Roots
34:45 - Gerry O'Beirne “Swimming The Horses” from Swimming The Horses
37:24 - THANKS
39:06 - Tullamore “(I’ll Meet Thee On) The Lea Rig” from Six Strings and Coffee Beans
43:31 - The Gothard Sisters “It's the Little Things” from It's the Little Things
47:07 - Sylvia Woods “The Legend” from The Harp of Brandiswhiere
50:08 - FREEBIES
51:50 - Songs For Ceilidh “Rothsea - O” from Falling Forward
55:03 - Claire Roche “Sitting In A Green Field” from From Then To The Here And Now
58:40 - The Boston Harbor Bhoys “The Irish Girl” from We'll All Go Together
1:02:29 - Master ‘Bones’ Jangle and The Voodoo Island Cannibals “Fish in the Sea” from Sail into the Wind
1:06:38 - CLOSING
1:08:18 - Bridgid's Cross “My love has gone across the sea” from Half Two
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I have a very special show to share with you today. It’s a tradition that I’ve been doing longer than this podcast.
Every St Patrick’s Day since before the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast even existed, I published a blog where I shared 17 Celtic MP3s that you could download for free for St Patrick’s Day.
You see, I interact with a LOT of Celtic bands and musicians. They gave me permission to give away some of their music. All they ask is that I tell you where to find out more about them so that perhaps you might buy their music and support them.
Today, you will hear ALL of the songs that you will be able download for free on St Patrick’s Day.
So if there’s a song or tune that you absolutely love in today’s show. You can either visit their website by following the link in the shownotes, or you can wait until March 14, when I will email you a link where you can download all of the music for free.
If you want to jump the gun, the downloads are actually now available to all of our Song Hengers. These folks pledge $5 per episode or more per month to support this podcast on Patreon. I’ll tell you more about that later.
TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS
Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. Learn more about the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/
THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST!
Because of Your kind and generous support, this show comes out every week. Your generosity funds the creation, promotion and production of the show. It allows us to attract new listeners and to help our community grow.
As a patron, you get to hear episodes before regular listeners. When we hit a milestone, you get an extra-long episode. You can pledge a dollar or more per episode and cap how much you want to spend each month over on Patreon.
A super special thanks to our Celtic Legends: Morgan George, Samir Malak, Carol Baril, Miranda Nelson, Nancie Barnett, Kevin Long, Lynda MacNeil, Annie Lorkowski, Travis Senzaki, Shawn Cali
You can become a generous Patron of the Podcast on Patreon at SongHenge.com.
If you want to find out Celtic musicians on Patreon, I have a blog article about that.
We will publish our 500th episode of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast next week. This show started in 2005, a year after podcasting became a phenomena. But even before that my goal was to change the way you hear Celtic music, both as a marketing term and how you listen.
I started giving away free music like the 17 for St Patrick’s Day. Then I gave away free podcasts like this and other podcasts I host.
In fact, I’d like you to check out 11 St Patrick’s Day Facts in the Pub Songs Podcast. I created that episode with some fun facts about St Patrick’s Day and combined it with music from bands in this podcast. I also launched some St Patrick’s Day stories in that podcast. So subscribe and check it out.
I have a free eBook for Celtic musicians. It’s called Celtic Musicians Guide to Digital Music. If you want some internet marketing tips, you will want to get that book.
And I realized after compiling this list, that that’s a lot of things to share. So if you send an email to email address in the show, then you will get links to all of these freebies. Plus there’s a few exclusive podcast episodes that are not in the public feed. And I’ll show you how to get a free CD of mine while they last.
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Hank Woodward emailed: "Hi Marc,
Hope the new year finds you and your family safe and healthy. As rough as 2020 was , the Irish and Celtic Music podcast remained a bright spot and ongoing inspiration to me. And the podcast is beginning 2021 just as outstanding as ever.
In other news: you may recall that my older son Jackson, high school orchestra violist, got to perform in Carnegie Hall with Irish tenor Eric Cahill in march in NYC St. Patrick’s Day parade in 2018. Well, my younger son Michael plays trumpet in the high school band, and they have been invited to participate in the St. Patrick’s Day parade in 2022 in......wait for it....DUBLIN!
Again, So much thanks for bringing us all the podcast. Slainte’"