My first pint in Ireland this year is to Bridge O’Malley. The second is to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #605.
Old Blind Dogs, Bua, Norah Rendell, Conor Caldwell, Matt & Shannon Heaton, Enda Reilly, Tommy Fakem, Dervish, Low Lily, Iron Roux, Hot Griselda, Fast & Vengefully, Nick Metcalf, Heavy Blarney, DàimhGET CELTIC MUSIC NEWS IN YOUR INBOX
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0:02 - Intro: Carol Baril
0:10 - Old Blind Dogs "Desperate Fishwives" from Wherever Yet May Be
6:24 - WELCOME
7:55 - Bua "Eddie Moloney's / Micho Ressell's (Mason's Apron)" from Down the Green Fields
11:04 - Norah Rendell "Pretty Susan" from Spinning Yarns
14:48 - Conor Caldwell "An Art Revealed" from To Belfast...
17:17 - Matt & Shannon Heaton "The Blackbird" from Blue Skies Above
21:25 - FEEDBACK
23:50 - Enda Reilly "Gráinne Mhaol" from Single
27:30 - Tommy Fakem "First Pint" from Johnny Irish
31:10 - Dervish "Out On the Road" from Midsummer's Night
35:13 - Low Lily "Captivate Me" from Angels in the Wreckage
38:45 - STORY: Mark Clavey’s Whiskey Story and Tour
Find more about the Whiskey Lovers Tour on Mark Clavey’s website.
45:24 - Iron Roux "Wiru" from Iron Roux
50:19 - THANKS
52:19 - Hot Griselda "Roll On - Roll Off" from Sunbox
55:26 - Fast & Vengefully "The Price You Pay" from Rozzie Me Bow
1:00:25 - Nick Metcalf "Reel Rock" from Skyline of Skye
1:03:42 - Heavy Blarney "Heavy Carlow" from From Bog To Swamp
1:07:54 - CLOSING
1:09:09 - Dàimh "Dunrobin" from The Hebridean Sessions
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Brett Mitchell replied to the Celtic Music Magazine: "Hi Mark, I make high end jewelry for a family owned store in the Grosse Pointe Farms area of Michigan. Truely enjoy your show and all the work you do on it.
Bonus answer: I'll likely head out to one of our local pubs for St Patrick's day and enjoy a Guinness or two. Slainte'"
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How are you celebrating Celtic culture through music this holiday season?
I decked out the Bear at the end of my driveway for the Saint
Jeff Laszlo replied: "Listening to The Bridge and making cookies and Irish soda bread before starting on corned beef. Slainte!"
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