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Aug 20, 2015

We're gonna chase the White Hare of Celtic music in this week's episode featuring amazing Celtic songs and tunes by Emerald Rose, Bow Triplets, Karan Casey, Claire Roche, The Secret Commonwealth, Heather Dale, Cady Finlayson and Vita Tanga, Jig to a Milestone, Fiddleheads, Chuckawalla Rhythm Kings, Emerald Dawn, Murder the Stout, Mairi Morrison & Alasdair Roberts, Wild Colonial Bhoys, Lothlorien. Shownotes are listed at

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This Week in Celtic Music

"Mountain Fey" by Emerald Rose
from Sunwise

"The Dance of the Honeybee/The Spey" by Bow Triplets
from One Spot on Earth

"The Creggan White Hare" by Karan Casey
from Songlines

"O'Carolan's Set" by Claire Roche
from The Lilt of the Banshee

"Dubhachas (I'll Dream of Times Like This)" by The Secret Commonwealth
from Last Call

Celtic Music News

"Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" by Heather Dale
from The Green Knight

"March Set" by Cady Finlayson and Vita Tanga
from Electric Green

"South Australia" by Jig to a Milestone
from Crawford's Pub

"The Annan Polka/Swedish Polka/Caddam Woods" by Fiddleheads
from And the Fiddles Played On

"My Brother Sylveste" by Chuckawalla Rhythm Kings
from No Bedrolls Or Backpacks

Celtic Feedback

"Irishman Forever More" by Emerald Dawn
from Demo

"Sound the Pibroch" by Murder the Stout
from Murder the Stout EP

"The Laird o' the Drum" by Mairi Morrison & Alasdair Roberts
from Urstan

"Falling Through the Cracks" by Wild Colonial Bhoys
from On Our Own

"The Cruel Mother" by Lothlorien
from Greenwood Side

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