Steve Behrens of 67 Music hosts this week's Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.

Poitin, Outbound Traveler, St. James’s Gate, West of Mabou, We Banjo 3, Farsan, Katie Jane Band, Bernadette Morris, Hanneke Cassel, Molly’s Revenge, Alasdair Fraser & Tony McManus, Anton Emery, Sliotar, The Kilt Lifters, The High Kings, Jiggy

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0:07 "Tuesday From 6pm" by Poitin from Simple Pleasures

2:56 "Vincent Black Lightning" by Outbound Traveler from Go On And Wander

7:30 "Ragin’ & Rollin'" by St. James’s Gate from Happy Life

10:25 "Gordon’s Reels" by West of Mabou from West of Mabou

16:30 "Haven" by We Banjo 3 from Haven

19:58 Steve Behrens opening remarks

20:56 "Pronn an Caoran (Smash the Ember)" by Farsan from Farsan

24:16 "Paddy in the Turnpike-Hommage de Christmas Morning" by Katie Jane Band from Stanton Street Sessions

27:10 "Home Is Where The Heart Is" by Bernadette Morris from Where The Heart Is

30:03 "Passing Place-Silver Special" by Hanneke Cassel from Trip To Walden Pond

33:50 About 67 Music and Celtic Music Journal

35:21 "The Western Shore" by Molly’s Revenge from The Western Shore

41:00 "Bidh Clann Ulaidh (Men of Ulster)" by Alasdair Fraser & Tony McManus from Return to Kintail

44:50 "Ship In Full Sail-Trip To Sligo" by Anton Emery from Noone Lasses

49:09 "Tonight’s The Night" by Sliotar from Voyage

52:49 "Pour Another Round" by The Kilt Lifters from Pour Another Round

55:44 "The Auld Triangle' by The High Kings from The High Kings

58:46 Closing comments

1:00:55 "Music For A Found Harmonium" by Jiggy from Jiggy

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