Last Chance to Vote for Best Celtic Music of 2014
It's #CelticThursday. That means, it's to share your favorite Celtic things on your social media sites. Got a picture you love, a quote by a famous Celt? Share. Is there a band you love? Share their URL? The goal here is to promote your love of Celtic music, dance and culture in all its forms. So share.
Once you're done doing that, we are down to the wire. The Celtic Top 20 is coming to a close very soon. That means I desperately need your votes for the Best Celtic Music of 2014. I want a spectacular show to come out in March, but it's up to you to make it happen. Go VOTE right now: celticmusicpodcast.com/vote2014
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THIS WEEK ON THE PODCAST SHOW #193: BEST CELTIC DINNER MUSIC IN DUBLIN
Dublin has some of the best restaurants in Ireland. In show #193, we’re gonna enjoy some of the awesome food of the Celts in song with Irish Celtic music from Serious Kitchen, Banna De Dha, Abby Green, Pandora Celtica, Cady Finlayson, Battlelegs, The Shanties, Dun Aengus, Barleyjuice, The Irish Balladeers, Hawp, Calasaig, The Elders, Heidi Jane, Ceann, Kennedy’s Kitchen, Stanley & Grimm. Listen and share at celticmusicpodcast.com/193.
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CELTIC TRAVEL: HORN HEAD
Mount Errigal is one of the highest mountains in the region, it's 752 m high. That doesn't sound too high, but trust me, when you are climbing it, it sure feels high! There is a parking place about 1km from Dunlewy. From there you can walk up to Errigal Mountain. It... Read more about it!
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