Aug 1, 2019
Andrew Meade of the The Jackdaws takes us Home as he hosts this week's Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
The Jackdaws, Screaming Orphans, Solasta, The Fighting Jamesons, Jesse Ferguson, Barleyjuice, Marc Gunn, Gone Molly, The Kindred Kilts, The Gatehouse Well, Finnegan's Hell
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3:50 - Andrew Meade Intro
4:13 - "Home" by Screaming Orphans from Taproom
7:30 - "Hornpipe Set" by Solasta from A Cure for the Curious
13:33 - "Around the Bend" by The Fighting Jamesons from Every Day Above Ground
16:53 - "Black is the Color" by Jesse Ferguson from Single
19:47 - Patreon Promo
20:36 - "Probably Drunk" by The Jackdaws from Colors
23:16 - "Weekend Irish" by Barleyjuice from Bonnie Prince Barley
26:45 - "I’ll Drink From Dusk till Dawn" by Marc Gunn from Happy Songs of Death
29:56 - Share the Podcast
30:35 - "The Miners Way" by Gone Molly from Gone Molly
33:15 - "Black and Tans" by The Kindred Kilts from Live at Summer Crush Winery
37:28 - "Calliope House Set" by The Gatehouse Well from And The Sparks Did Fly
42:20 - "Rude Awakening" by Finnegan's Hell from Life and Death
45:05 - Andrew Meade final notes
46:03 - "Colors" by The Jackdaws from Colors
50:41 – CLOSING VOCAL
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