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This Week

“Tribal Pipes” by The Crossing from Baile (Home)

“Sweeney’s Eyes Set” by The Flying Toads from In Stitches

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

“The Monaghan Jig” by Keith Hinchliffe from Red Scarf Smiler

“Is Fad oBhaile Daithneoinn (Far from Home)” by Maggie Drennon from Just Now

“Fierce” by Rising Gael from One More Day

“Horsdanz – Macy’s Jig – Heather’s Hound” by Heather Alexander from Midsummer

“Broken Token” by Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyerfrom Stones on the Ground

“Math Exam” by Atlantic Wave from The Angel's Share

“Rambles of Spring” by Rambling Sailors from Bright Shining Clear

“The Last Day in the Fields” by Scooter Muse from Saddell Abbey

“Sheelin Side” by Colin Farrell from On the Move

“Sister Selkie” by Pandora Celtica from Out of the Box

“I Know My Love” by Molly Bauckham from Maid on the Shore

“Two Minute’s Silence” by Jiggernaut from The Well

“The Crab Song” by Rathkeltair from Something Good for a Change

“Achindoun” by Alison Nolan from Single

“Highland Cathedral/The Black Bear” by Jimi McRae And Sam Okoo from Scottish Pipes And African Drums

“Rum Runners” by Gaelic Storm from Cabbage

“Galway Races” by Ockham’s Razor from Wolves in the Walls