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This Week

“The Rolling Wave/Jimmy Ward's/Rosewood (jigs)” by Round the Housefrom At This Stage

“My Johnny Was A Shoemaker” by Merry Wives Of Windsorfrom Tales From Windsor’s Tavern

“The Deuce” by The Roguesfrom 3 lbs. of RAGE

“Lily of the West” by Locklin Roadfrom Waken the Echoes

“Lady Louisa Gordon” by Bow Tripletsfrom Secret Signs

“Settlers of Kataan” by Battlelegsfrom The Soup Mages

“Jacky Tar” by Anne Roosfrom Mermaids & Mariners

“The Old High Cross” by The Blarney Rebel Bandfrom Beneath The Surface

“Father John of Barra/Sprig of Ivy” by Anton Emeryfrom Noone Lasses

“Mystery” by Oona McOuat & Dream Deepfrom Honey and Holy Water

“Mons Graupius March” by Albannachfrom The Sub-Zero Sessions EP

“Time Out” by Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyerfrom Gleowein

“She Moved Through the Faire” by Holly Kirbyfrom The Lady and the Past

“L'uomo del caffè” by Deep Green Lightfrom L’uomo del caffè

“The Spanish Medley” by Daphne Quigley-Freund & Tom Bradfishfrom Aoibhneas (Bliss)

“Rum Runners” by Gaelic Stormfrom Cabbage

“High Up There” by Ennisfrom Lessons Learned

“Merry Blacksmith/Heatehry Cruach/Paddy O'Brien's” by Tania Opland & Mike Freemanfrom Cut to Rhythm

“Close Your Eyes” by Marc Gunnfrom Kilted For Her Pleasure

"Bofiguifluki by Poitinfrom Bofiguifluki

“Bedlam Boys” by Heidi Talbotfrom In Love + Light

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“McVerry's Men (from Crossmaglen) / St. Anne's Reel / Drowsy Maggie” by Sligo Ragsfrom Roll Me Down the Mountain


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