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Lissa Schneckenburger, Stringer's Ridge, Hanz Araki, Whalebone, Wolf Loescher, Norah Rendell, Olta, Innisfall, Jim McKenna, Ginger Ackley, Battlelegs, Barleyjuice, Xavier Boderiou, Ockham's Razor, Eileen Ivers
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VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20 This is our way of finding the best songs and artists each year. Just list the show number, and the name of as many bands in the episode as you like. Your vote helps me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2020 episode. Vote Now!THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC
0:05 - "Lamplighter's Hornpipe / Suffer the Child" by Lissa Schneckenburger from Dance
2:48 - WELCOME
4:08 - "The Cat Rambles / The Star Above the Garter / The Pipe on the Hob" by Stringer's Ridge from Handmade
8:31 - "A Kiss in the Morning Early" by Hanz Araki from Wind and Rain
12:17 - "Chalk Heart" by Whalebone from Mirabilia
16:05 - "Tramps and Hawkers from Wolf Loescher from Sheep's Clothing
21:01 - CELTIC FEEDBACK
24:06 - "Forty Fishermen" by Norah Rendell from Spinning Yarns
28:42 - "Old Maid in a Garrett / Glen Cottage / New Market Polka 3" by Olta from Step It Out
33:32 - "Song of Innisfall" by Innisfall from Innisfall
37:17 - "The Bright Lady" by Jim McKenna from Jim McKenna Uileann Pipes
41:17 - "Manannan Mac Lir" by Ginger Ackley from Elf King's Horn
44:06 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
47:15 - "Shoot 'Em Up, Shoot 'Em Down" by Battlelegs from Save the Humans
49:58 - "High on the Highland Life" by Barleyjuice from The Old Speakeasy
54:24 - "Gavotte Pourlet" by Xavier Boderiou from Liamm
58:10 - "The Foggy Dew / Seven Nation Army" by Ockham's Razor from Songs from Potter's Field
1:05:24 - CLOSING
1:07:46 - "Zero G (and I feel fine)" by Eileen Ivers from Scatter the Light
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I hope you’re doing amazing despite the Coronavirus and the social distancing that’s taken over all of our lives. I know it sucks, but I hope you are safe and healthy.
On the bright side, there were a LOT of opportunities to hear Celtic music over the past couple o’weeks despite St Patrick’s Day being effectively closed. And I keep hearing about more musicians going live. So make sure you check the news of your favorite bands. See who’s playing and watch one of their shows.
And if you’re able, help them out. Buy some music or merch, send them a tip. Tell them thanks for all of the music they create.
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A super special thanks to our newest patrons from last month: Steven R, Annie R., Linda P, Scott F, Doug K, Beth H, JOSEPH O, KIrsten N
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Oh! And we got a bunch of new patrons this month. We hit the $700 milestone on Patreon. That means I’m gonna plan a 2-hour special of instrumental Celtic music with minimal talk and a ton of amazing music.CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
We’re getting closer to 1000 ratings on Apple Podcasts. Yeah. I said ratings. Looks like I messed up when I said reviews. But that’s still brilliant. Just 17 left. Go give your review.
A quick additional note about St Patrick’s Day. I know it sucked that it was effectively shut down. I think we need to make Halfway to St Patrick’s Day as big St Paddy’s Day should’ve been this year. So go talk to your local pub or Celtic organizations. We have just over 5 months to plan. Let’s make it happen on September 17th!
Oh! And I want send out a huge thanks to Lady Susan of Thunder on the Plains. She organized an impromptu St Patrick’s Day virtual festival on Facebook and Instagram. Some of these concerts are still available to watch online.
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Suzanne Marr emailed on Patreon: "Thank you for providing a far better soundtrack to my home than the news does!"
Sarah Fletcher posted on our website: “Hi Mark, I just signed up on your Patreon. I've been listening for a long time and decided it was time to pay back for all of that great music. I discovered the Gothard Sisters, who are from my town, right here on your podcast. Well, I really decided to support your podcast because you have expressed on many occasions your support for diversity in Celtic music and you have highlighted many female and LGBT artists. This touched me especially as many in these underrepresented groups struggle to find a voice. Thank you and keep up the great work. A devoted listener.”
Dwayne Butcher commented on Patreon: “It is so unfortunate people are saying SJW as a slur. Keep up the great work! Will up my per episode contribution today.”
Sterling SS emailed: “I’m dancing and listening to my freedom that my ancestors got to be in the USA”
Jason S. emailed a photo: “G'day Marc, First time writer, long time listener. Here's a picture of my quiet celebrations on St. Patrick's Day in Australia. (Having a nice black brew + watching some GAA) ??
Hope you + your listeners had a good day as well. Love the podcast, keep up the good work!”
Sean emailed; “Marc, Our band McSpillin hosted a FB live concert on St Patrick’s Day (aka McSpillin’s St Patrick Stay concert). Like many, all our gigs were canceled. The FB live concert was well received.”