A 16 hour drive makes this show a bit later than usual. But you'll still enjoy awesome Celtic music from Susan Kidney/Donna Germano, The Rogues, Southern Tenant Folk Union, BOWI, Arthur Hinds, The Washington Square Harp and Shamrock Orchestra, Crepuscule, The New Minstrel Revue, StoneRing, Lost Boys, Redhill Rats, Brothers 3, Icewagon Flu, Young Dubliners, Bat Kinane.
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This Week in Celtic Music
0:26 "Stewart's Triumph/Highland Fling" by Susan Kidney/Donna Germano from Highland Fling
4:34 "Willie and the Brain" by The Rogues from V.O.
8:35 "The New Farming Scene from Southern Tenant Folk Union from The New Farming Scene
12:28 "Cliffs Set" by BOWI from Captain Hopper's Mutiny
15:43 "Pwca in the Garden" by Arthur Hinds from Tome of Mystery
CELTIC MUSIC NEWS
20:00 "Arrah, Come in Out of the Rain/Barney McShane" by The Washington Square Harp and Shamrock Orchestra from Since Maggie Dooley Learned the Hooley Hooley
23:25 "The Sound of Steat Set" by Crepuscule from Shades of Music
27:27 "Step It Out Mary" by The New Minstrel Revue from Far and Away
31:01 "Saddle Set" by StoneRing from Samhain
35:33 CELTIC FEEDBACK
36:10 "Rambles of Spring" by Lost Boys from Collected Quarto
40:11 "Heroes of the Modern Times" by Redhill Rats from Some Heroes
43:37 "Rambling & Rakish" by Brothers 3 from The Journey That Lies Before
48:02 "Nancy Whiskey" by Icewagon Flu from Off the Wagon
50:41 "Sees of Sorrow" by Young Dubliners from Nine
54:41 "Biddy Mulvey and the Landgrabber" by Bat Kinane from The Hills Above the Valley
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