Keep St. Patrick's Day Running All Year Long
I hope you had an awesome St. Patrick's Day! Did you enjoy all the music I shared online? Well, if you didn't, then make sure you download the free album of St. Patrick's Day music that I sent out right before the big day.
You can also watch a bunch of shows from the St. Patrick's Day Internet Music Festival here:
Mine was fairly laid back. As you may know, St. Patrick's Day is also my birthday. I decided to take a break during the day. But that evening I headed over to Black Market Bar & Grill and played a three hour show for a bunch of folks dressed in their finest green.
At one point, a woman shouted something to me. I thought it was a song request. Turns out she just wanted to find out how to say "Roll Tide" in Gaelic. *head-to-palm* Ah well. That's what you get when a bunch of drunk people get together. lol
On the bright side, my daughter joined me on the microphone to sing "I'll Tell My Ma". She and I have been working on that song. She's starting to get good at it! Do you have a suggestion for the next song we should sing together? I'd love your suggestion.
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THIS WEEK ON THE PODCAST SHOW
St Patrick’s Day may be over, but great Celtic music goes all year long. This week, we have some fantastic Irish and Celtic songs and tunes from Duncan Cameron, Hawp, Clandestine, Jameson’s Revenge, Runa, Atlantic Wave, Poitin, Con Durham & Maz O’Flaherty, Sybil and Sorley, The Jolly Rogues, The Indulgers, Lexington Field, Avalon Rising, Beth Patterson& Patrick O’Flaherty.
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