Are you in need of a trip to Dingle? Listen to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #629.
One Street Over, The Carroll Sisters, Spoil The Dance, Ellen Gibling, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Scottish Fish, Kinnfolk, Jocelyn Pettit & Ellen Gira, Anne McCaffrey, Tania Opland and Mike Freeman, The Breath, Clare Cunningham, The Haar, Logical FleadhGET CELTIC MUSIC NEWS IN YOUR INBOX
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0:09 - One Street Over "Ocean Set" from Beyond the Gate Katie Enders: Fiddle
7:05 - WELCOME
9:15 - The Carroll Sisters "Sean Quinn's/Beeswing" from Daybreak Emilie and Nora Carroll: fiddle
12:56 - Spoil The Dance "The Dowie Dens Of Yarrow" from Returning Home Gaynor Brook: vocals
17:12 - Ellen Gibling "Wendel's Wedding / An Seanduine Dóite" from The Bend in the Light Ellen Gibling: harp
22:49 - Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh "A Single Thread" from Ar Uair Bhig An Lae - The Small Hours Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh: vocals, flute, whistle
26:13 - FEEDBACK
32:41 - Scottish Fish "Trip to Dingle" from Upscale Ava Montesi (fiddle), Caroline Dressler (fiddle), Giulia Haible (cello, piano), Julia Homa (fiddle, piano), and Maggie MacPhail (fiddle, piano)
37:26 - Kinnfolk "A Mhic Iain 'ic Sheumais" from The Knotted Circle Julie Kinn: vocals, bodhran Pronunciation A Mhic Iain 'ic Sheumais: a mickh kain ic scha - mus
41:36 - Jocelyn Pettit & Ellen Gira "Across the Western Ocean" from All It Brings Jocelyn Pettit: fiddle; Ellen Gira: cello
45:26 - THANKS
48:04 - The Breath "Let The Cards Fall (Acoustic)" from Only Stories (Let the Cards Fall Revisited) Ríoghnach Connolly: vocals,
52:58 - Clare Cunningham "Angel of the Emerald Isle" from Dear Ireland Clare Cunningham: vocals, guitar
56:09 - The Haar "The Emigrant's Farewell " from The Haar Molly Donnery: vocals
1:02:56 - CLOSING
1:04:11 - Logical Fleadh "Called Home" from Acoustic Mixes (10 - Track Acoustic Re - Mix) Emily Albright (fiddle, vocals) Dana Joras (flutes, whistles, vocals)
1:07:37 - Ashley Davis “The Blackest Crow” from Night Travels
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Ethan Sellers of Logical Fleadh emailed: "Hey Marc -
Just wanted to send a belated thank - you for the Mother’s Day spin. Such a nice thing to highlight the women in Celtic music. The strong presence of women - especially instrumentalists - in traditional music is one of the things I really appreciate about the field. Cheers,"
Ann Peck McBride emailed: "I first heard the podcast about 13 years ago! And it's taken me all this time to become a Patreon member. Sorry, Marc!
I'm embarrassed to say I listen to your podcast while I'm doing housework. (It's a treat I give myself so that I'll actually do the housework) I am always surprised at the wonderful new Celtic artists you play.
I first listened to you because I needed to hear all the Celtic music I could. I listen now, partly for that reason, and partly because for the last few years, I have co - hosted a Celtic Music Hour program in Salem Oregon, on KMUZ. As my friend (and I think yours) Steve Behrens said, "We've fallen down the rabbit hole of Celtic music!" And here in the Pacific Northwest, we have a LOT of Celtic musicians... Thanks"
Debra Roche emailed a photo: "Hello, Mark, I recently played your St Patrick's Day 2023 podcast from SiriusXM and loved it!
Many years ago (1985 - 1991)I had opened The Celtic Cottage & Roche's of Ireland in Davenport, & Bettendorf, IA which brought me to do an Irish show at St Ambrose University for their college radio show.
How much fun that time in my life was! Whenever you give back to your community it is just the best when your family roots are connected! As my father's parents where from County Limerick Ireland. Glin & New Castle West.
Hope you're well and thank you for your music podcast!”
Melissa Helman emailed a photo of her dirty dishes: "So exciting, I know. Keep up the great work with the podcast."
Christopher Patrick of Salem, MA emailed a couple photos: "Hello Mark!
I can’t tell you how happy I am to have discovered the ‘Irish & Celtic Music Podcast!’ But I’m gonna try, all the same!
You see, in my childhood, my 5 siblings and I would get loaded up into our family station wagon every Saturday morning by our mother. She would then proceed to drive us all into Boston for our weekly Irish Step Dancing lessons. Our rides both in and back were spent listening to Boston’s AM’s radio show, ‘The Irish Hour,' and later, ‘The Irish Hit Parade,’ (still on the air to this day!)
So, those jigs and reels were ingrained in us in our step dancing, and the other traditional music was from our rides there and home. My mother soon landed us an agent, and we, the six kids, danced all around the Greater Boston area.
So, it is no real big surprise that these days, I play in an Irish Music Band with my family. Comprised of myself, my brother, two sisters, and brother - in - law, we perform under the name of ‘FitzBlarney,’ based in Salem, Massachusetts.
I’ve attached a coupla’ photos for you, too - one of the six of us in our 1970s step - dancing attire, and one from this past St. Patrick’s Day, where FitzBlarney played out at The Witches Brew pub in Salem.
The music you play means a lot to me, so, I recently became a patron. Just out of appreciation! Thanks again, and ‘Sláinte!’
P.S. I would love to one day get on your podcast! That’d be so cool!"