Sep 17, 2014
Irish Celtic music in show #174 celebrating Talking Like a Pirate Day with Allan Yn Y Fan, Kennedy's Kitchen, Bourbon & Shamrocks, Captain Black Jack, Empty Hats, Rambling Sailors, Trinity River Whalers, SlipJig, Bob Conroy, The Gothard Sisters, The Kreellers, Heather Dale, Callanach, Bill Grogan's Goat, The Shanties. www.celticmusicpodcast.com
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- September is National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Did you that one man in seven will be diagnosed with Prostate cancer in their lifetime? Nearly 2/3 of diagnoised cases are of many older than 65. Kilted to Kick Cancer is a non-profit organization diesgned to raise awareness about prostate cancer. The organization encourages men to don their kilts in September as a way to spark conversation about prostate cancer and encourage men to get checked. You can find out more about it http://kiltedtokickcancer.org/
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