Mar 7, 2016
Every now and then a Celtic artist will allow me to release an entire album in podcast form, much like DJs did back in the 70s. I've found it a great way to promote my music and a great way to sell more music as well. That is the ultimate goal of this podcast, after all, to help Celtic bands sell more music. This week, I'm featuring my St. Patrick's Day album called "Not Every Day Is St. Patrick's Day". If you enjoy it, please buy a copy on iTunes or Amazon or just share it with a friend.
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Ever wake up on St. Patrick’s Day in a panic because you have no Irish music? Well, here’s a ready-made solution! “Not Every Day is Not St. Patrick’s Day” adds to Marc Gunn’s considerable collection of Celtic music made accessible in any number of ways. First of all, it’s a great listen. Even if you never explore the music beyond that, you’ll be satisfied. But Marc has made the lyrics to and chords for all these great songs available on his Irish Song Lyrics website. You can buy Not Every Day Is St Patrick's Day on CD Baby, iTunes or Amazon.
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