Listen to REEL faeries on this week's Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Heidi, Stef & Bow Triplets, John Doyle, The Haar, Alasdair White, The Fire Inside, Avon Faire, Kris Colt, Andy Lamy, The Gatehouse Well, Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunne, Terry Clarke - Coyne & Tony Gibbons, Don Gabbert, Hair Of The Dog, The Town Pants, The Hoodie Crows
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0:08 - Heidi, Stef & Bow Triplets "Open Sky/Meghan's Reel/Canal Jig" from One Spot On Earth
5:37 - WELCOME
6:16 - John Doyle "Knock a Chroí (Air) / Beltra Fair (Jig) / Aughris Head (Slip jig)" from The Path of Stones
13:46 - The Haar "Two Sisters" from The Haar
19:22 - Alasdair White "Joe Wilson" from An Clàr Geal (The White Album)
23:03 - The Fire Inside "Line 'em up, Mr. Murphy" from Spark
28:24 - FEEDBACK
31:00 - Avon Faire "The Gowans Are Gay" from Tales of Love and Adventure
33:16 - Kris Colt "Faerie Flag" from Arms of a Stranger
38:01 - Andy Lamy "Reel/ Fionn McCool's Favorite" from The New Blackthorn Stick
42:48 - The Gatehouse Well "Madness Never Leaves" from Undone
47:07 - CELTIC STORIES
53:39 - Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunne, Terry Clarke - Coyne & Tony Gibbons "Bonny Woodhall" from So Here's To You - Live in Vlissingen 2001
58:21 - THANKS
1:00:31 - Don Gabbert "The Cuckoo (A Scottish Song)" from Donovan's Fancy
1:04:26 - Hair Of The Dog "The Rolling Waves" from Liam Left The Lights On Again
1:06:18 - The Town Pants "Something to Say" from Something to Say
1:09:32 - CLOSING
1:10:21 - The Hoodie Crows "Keg of Brandy" from On the Wing
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* Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I’m a musician and podcaster. I share my love of Irish and Celtic music from around the globe with you. I want to introduce you to some amazing Celtic bands and musicians.
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WHAT’S NEW IN IRISH & CELTIC MUSIC: BEST OF 2022
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John Derek Morgan emailed: "Hi, Marc. I love both of your podcasts that I have found. I was curious if you know of the name of the type of Irish/Celtic music that features tenor banjo? I notice that this style of music seems to feature a range of instrumentation, but I am currently learning the tenor banjo. Also, have you ever done an episode that focused on the tenor banjo?"
The Carroll Sisters emailed: "We managed to get our album up on Spotify (and we think all most major streaming services). Please let us know if you can access it. It is our first time doing this, so we are not sure what we are doing. Thank you for playing some of our music on your podcast. We are so excited that we got into the Celtic Top 20!!"
Darren Raleigh emailed: "I just saw you post and thought I'd check in again. You played some of my CD "Silverwheel" a while ago. Thank you.. Now that I'm retired from flying people to hospitals I'm going to do a lot more playing, traveling, and recording. So, slainte mohr! I'll be seeing you around."