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Jul 16, 2015

There's nothing sleepy about this week's show. There's just a ton of great indie Celtic music from The Brayzen Heads, The Tea Merchants, Rambling Sailors, The Gothard Sisters, Slan, Gerry O'Beirne & Rosie Shipley, Mason Brown, Cady Finlayson, Jasper Coal, Arthur Hinds, Connemara Stone Company, The Demon Barbers, Marc Gunn. Find out more at

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Slan - Footprints

This Week in Celtic Music

"Mandolin Tunes" by The Brayzen Heads
from Floored

"Last Tango in Harris" by The Tea Merchants
from The Tea Merchants

"Fiddler's Green" by Rambling Sailors
from Bright Shining Clear

"Orange Blossom Special" by The Gothard Sisters
from Celtic Rainbow

"The Rowan Tree" by Slan
from Footprints

Celtic Music News

"American Tunes" by Gerry O'Beirne & Rosie Shipley
from Yesterday I Saw the Earth Beautiful

"Constance" by Mason Brown
from I am a Handsome Devil

"Open Roads Ahead" by Cady Finlayson
from Irish Coffee

Celtic Music Feedback

"Dalaigh's Polka / Tell Me Ma / Egan's Polka" by Jasper Coal
from Just the One

"Children Of Cernnunos" by Arthur Hinds
from Dance in the Fire

Sweep - Ne'er Duwels

"Sleepy Maggie" by Connemara Stone Company
from Back Home

"Ranzo" by The Demon Barbers
from Disco at the Tavern

"Wild Mountain Thyme" by Marc Gunn
from The Bridge

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