Let’s head over the moor from here to beyond with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Talisk, Dram & Go, Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunne, Kennedy's Kitchen, Jeff Blaney, Band O'Brothers, Fir Arda, John Mcgaha, The Munster Men, Wicked Tinkers, The Guinness Brothers, Aerialists, Caliceltic, THE DIVINERS
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0:05 - Talisk "Beyond" from Beyond
6:11 - WELCOME
7:24 - Dram & Go "Famous Baravan" from Heads, Tails, and Heart
12:41 - Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunne "Willie O" from Kind Providence
16:01 - Kennedy's Kitchen "The Swallow's Tail Reel/The Sailor's Bonnet/Over The Moor To Maggie" from The Birds Upon The Trees
20:21 - Jeff Blaney "The Mockingbird" from Exodus
23:13 - FEEDBACK
27:15 - Band O'Brothers "The Whiskey Spider" from Band O'Brothers
31:44 - Fir Arda "Kean O'Hara" from Carolan's Receipt for Drinking
34:15 - John Mcgaha "The Final Trawl" from Origins
39:00 - The Munster Men "The rare auld mountain dew" from Tasting The Waters
43:24 - THANKS
46:33 - Wicked Tinkers "Those Marching O'Neills" from Hammered
51:20 - The Guinness Brothers "Whiskey in the Jar" from Live Craic
55:30 - Aerialists "Que Forte Diamante" from Dear Sienna
59:25 - Caliceltic "Evening Sun" from Staycation
1:02:16 - CLOSING
1:03:31 - THE DIVINERS "Steppin' Out / Farewell to Connolly Road" from earshot (EP)
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I hope you had a great summer. It’s officially over for me. And I’m thrilled. Because this means I get to put my focus back on promoting the podcast and creating music. The things I love.
I’m already finishing up my next album called Selcouth. I have some fun songs on it. Both traditional songs as well as my fusion of sci fi and fantasy. I should have another song to share in a few weeks.
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Gaelynn Lea Tressler joined Patreon and emailed: "Thanks for making this podcast!
Hello! I am a new (but huge!) fan of this podcast. My husband and I started listening to Trip to the Cottage's back catalog (from Radio Kerry) way back in March 2020 but it went off the air and they recently seem to have taken down all the old episodes, alas! So we needed a new Celtic music fix for our nightly Guinness by the fire! :) This is a great show. Thanks for making it, and I am so pumped there are over 500 episodes to go back to as a new listener!
On a side note, I am a fiddler/songwriter and I have done some live-looped renditions of traditional Celtic tunes like The Parting Glass, Swallowtail Jig, Rites of Man, and others. Take care and keep up the great work! Truly"
Peter Bengtson emailed a photo: "Hi Mark, I did go on Podcast Awards and voted for the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast for the 2 categories you mentioned.
I was out this morning doing one of my adjacent neighborhood walks. I was listening to episode #517, Women of Summer. A very enjoyable episode! I covered 5.35 miles, gained only 162 feet elevation gain (pretty flat). It took me 2 hours. I had given up on finding something interesting to photograph. Then I found:"
Woodland Folk sent a bunch of pictures over the past month. I’m gonna include many of them in the shownotes and wrote: “A calming,summer hour of Voices and melody...Thank u”