Music from Burning Bridget Cleary, The Flying Toads, FiddleSticks, Mithril, Rambling Sailors, The Shanties, FinTan, Jillian LaDage, Sarah Dinan, Emerald Rose, The Sheridan Band, Jimi McRae And Sam Okoo, COAST, George Papavgeris. www.celticmusicpodcast.com/104
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"Banish the Battering Bog Boys" by The Flying Toadsfrom In Stitches
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