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Flook, The Rogues, Kyle Carey, Marc Gunn, Sam Gillogly, Runa, Orla Fallon, Jim Sharkey, Celtic Rain, Kevin Kennedy & Samantha Kennedy, Susana Seivane, Songs for Ceilidh, Eamonn Flynn, The Celtic Kitchen Party, Eileen Ivers, Colleen Raney
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VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. Just list the show number, and the name of as many bands in the episode as you like. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2020 episode. Vote Now!THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC
0:03 - "Lalabee/Jig for Simon" by Flook from Ancora
7:37 - WELCOME
8:57 - "Grace and Brave" by The Rogues from 25...and Live!
12:42 - "Opal Grey" by Kyle Carey from The Art of Forgetting
17:46 - "Hobbit Hornpipe" by Marc Gunn, Sam Gillogly from Dancing With Hobbits
20:09 - "The Green Fields of Canada" by Runa from Ten: The Errant Night
25:25 - CELTIC FEEDBACK
31:19 - "Bean Phaidin/Drops of Brandy" by Orla Fallon from Lore
34:36 - "Beautiful Game" by Jim Sharkey from A Lovely Day
38:13 - "Darth Kitty" by Celtic Rain from Celtic Rain
40:17 - "Fare Thee Well Green Valleys" by Kevin Kennedy & Samantha Kennedy from When I Was One And Twenty
43:16 - "Para Milladoiro" by Susana Seivane from Os Sonos Que Volven
48:58 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
51:00 - "Kailey Won't You Dance" by Songs for Ceilidh from Falling Forward
54:06 - "Farrel O'Gara/The Sligo Maid" by Eamonn Flynn from Black Coddle
57:56 - "Hockey Song" by The Celtic Kitchen Party from Sociable!
1:00:34 - "Wah-Wah One Violin" by Eileen Ivers from Scatter the Light
1:04:03 - CLOSING
1:05:55 - "Red Dirt Girl" by Colleen Raney from Standing in Doorways
The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. To subscribe, go to Apple Podcasts or to our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/.
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Carol Baril commented on Patreon: “Love the upbeat in the songs! Hard to vote for favorites since all were fun to walk too!”
Patricia emailed: "Hi Marc, I am not on Facebook so I hope this email gets to you.
I just discovered your Irish and Celtic Music Podcast and I just love it! It has been helping me get through these stressful times, so thank you for that. I don't know how I've only now discovered your podcast -- I must have been living under a rock.
The running joke among my friends and family is that I am Irish ... because I am obsessed with Irish history, music and culture. I've also developed an interest in all things Scottish, so still have a lot to learn there. Anyway, long story short ... I always love listening to Celtic music but only knew a few songs and artists. This podcast has introduced me to new songs and artists, hearing that wonderful music and stories in those songs that I've never heard before.
Anyway, I hope you and yours are doing well during this crazy time. Please keep on bringing us the music!"
Stephen & Kyra Reimann emailed photos: :Hi Marc, My 13-year-old daughter, Kyra (K-ear-rah), and I spent our Saturday on a father/daughter woodworking project. Kyra is an avid volleyball player. So at her request, I tried my hand at building an adjustable volleyball rebound board for her to practice her volleyball drills on. Just so you know I’m not a carpenter by any means and all I had to go on was a two minute YouTube video that didn’t include any blueprints.
It was imperative that we find the exact right music to lift our spirits and set this project off on the right foot. Episode 457 was the exact right choice. There was a point during one of the songs where I broke out in dance while Kyra had to hold the wood perfectly still. She criticized me, not for my dancing, but because she wanted to dance instead of holding that piece of lumber perfectly still. We even listened to the episode twice while building our project. It may have taken us four hours to complete, but we had great tunes along the way
Enclosed are two pics of us with the finished project. Thank you for being a part of this great father/daughter memory in the making.
Go raibh maith agat,"
Pronunciation: Guh ruh mah a-gut
David Tan Creti emailed a photo: "Marc, great to hear Highland Life. I checked my Aberdeen-Angus bull named "Bovis". Perhaps the Podcast made him homesick for the Highlands. But here in Iowa, he has plentiful hay and heifers to look after. His Scotts breeding means he has not horns and a fine coat suited for the Iowa winters. Best Wishes"