Raise a glass. Say farewell to whiskey to the end of the longest year with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Runa, Anne Roos, Ed Miller, Appalachian Celtic Consort, Allison Barber, Anton Emery, Brigands' Folie, Olta, Rambling Sailors, Abby Green, The Rogues, Finn's Fury, Jimi McRae, Emish, Angels' Share
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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
0:03 - "Jewels on the Ocean/Michael Connell's" by Runa from Live
4:18 - WELCOME
5:31 - "The Fairy Child & The Fairy Queen" by Anne Roos from A Light in the Forest
10:10 - "Crooked Jack" by Ed Miller from Generations of Change
14:23 - "David and the Goliath/Farewell to Whiskey" by Appalachian Celtic Consort from Come By The Hills
17:24 - "Oran Gillean Alasdair Mhoir" by Allison Barber from Traveling Home
19:56 - CELTIC PODCAST FEEDBACK
22:47 - "Father Kelly's / Road to Ballymac" by Anton Emery from Noone Lasses
26:26 - "The Sheep Stealer" by Brigands' Folie from Fog & Fire
28:54 - "Julia Delaney / Fahey's" by Olta from Step It Out
32:44 - "Bully in the Alley" by Rambling Sailors from Wanderlust
34:36 - "If I Had Words" by Abby Green from Fig for a Kiss
40:25 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
43:40 - "The Red Head" by The Rogues from Off Kilter
47:15 - "Tippin' It Up to Nancy" by Finn's Fury from What About Ya?
51:07 - "Ancient Pibroch Medley" by Jimi McRae from Global Gathering
56:13 - "Face of An Angel" by Emish from Sinners Make the Best Saints
59:56 - CLOSING
1:02:09 - "The Silkie of Glenmaire" by Angels' Share from A Wee Dram
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Today, we’re gonna have a flashback. For the most part these are artists who submitted music many, many years ago. I haven’t played them in a while.
Though Runa has a new album out. It’s called The Tide of Winter. You can hear them on the Celtic Christmas Podcast. There are currently three episodes now online. I have two more planned. So please subscribe on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcatcher. You’ll find a link to that show in the shownotes.CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
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We hit TWO HUGE MILESTONES this week. First, we now have over 300 Patrons of the Podcast. That is amazing. And I am deeply grateful. In fact, I set a milestone on Patreon such that when we hit that milestone, I would bring you a 2-hour Women of Celtic Christmas music special. That goal was achieved. So look for that episode in two weeks.
But that’s not all. We also hit a financial milestone. The podcast now earns over $800 per episode through your generous support. That is absolutely incredible. And it means I can bring you more and better made content. Thanks to folks like Mitchell Petersen who edits the podcast, Miranda Nelson who provides graphics and social media posts and Todd Wiley who manages the Song Henge Podcast and additional social media promotion.
These are things I do not have time to do. And thankfully, I have all of you supporting this show to make it grow. So thank you!
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Hobie Wood sent a message on Patreon: "Greetings from the hot zone in Dubuque IA. Listening to Ep. 485 while getting the last mow in for the year. Love I&CMP while at work and play, helps shine a bright light during these dark days. Thanks for all your hard work, much appreciated!"
Craig Backus emailed a photo: "Hey Mark KC Jane and I are out for a walk while listening to the podcast tonight enjoying the Celtic rock I love hearing guitars and bagpipes. Slainte"
Phyu LuLu emailed a photo From Kachin, Myanmar (the other side of the world): "Hello Mark! I’m having a perfect Tuesday morning all thanks to you! (It’s 10:30 here!)
I was just thinking how amazing you are to let us enjoy these beautiful tunes by creating this beautiful channel! I’m now studying for my upcoming job interview which will be in next 3 hours. Actually, I’m not sure if I want the job. I’m also happy with my current one. I’ve been facing so many dilemmas these days. Anyway, one thing I’m sure is that I‘m so deeply in love with celtic and irish music! I might share my poorly sung celtic songs with you some day! Yours is my favorite channel on apple podcast and the safe place whenever I got tired of those medical podcasts! ^_^
Grai chyeju kaba sai yaw! Stay safe and all the best! cheers!"