Your Feet Will Take You Dancing

Celtic Music Magazine


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This week on the podcast, we're gonna play catch up. There's a bunch of songs and bands who've submitted over the past few months. I have a lot of great music to share.

Thanks as always for your generous support of the show. I REALLY appreciate all my Awesome Patrons. Thank you!

Marc Gunn, The Celtfather

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208 Your Feet Will Take You Dancing


I have some great indie Celtic music to share with for this week’s Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Stretch those legs and start tapping… NOW! With Irish Celtic music from Colin Farrell, The Flying Toads, Kate Crossan, Lochlainn, The Fire Inside, Preab Meadar, Nathan Gourley and Laura Feddersen, Linda Marie Smith, Jasper Coal, Stout Pounders, Haggis Rampant, Hexperos, Dene Foye.

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You can leave a voicemail comment when you call 678-235-8763 or record an MP3 on your phone and email it to me at And of course you can always post a review on iTunes or Stitcher.

Remember. Cast your vote for your favorite songs in February, March, and April.


Kenzie rocked the house once again on Concert Window tonight. 


Right now, there 80 people donating over $229 per episode of thie show. I want to send out a big thanks to our latest patron Skip, and a big shout out to John Bilderback, Brakeing Down Security Podcast, Rian P. Kegerreis, Samual Hill, Johnny Barry, and Shawn Cali.

We're not far away from the next Milestone. When we reach $250, I will donate 10% of the money to Celtic non-profits. At the end of 2013, I had donated over $20,000 to help our fellow Celts in their missions. We can do better than that.

Plus, you'll get another great 2-hour show.

OH! And I also added a $300 Milestone... Another 2 hour bagpipe music special.

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Cantrip - Piping the Fish


Piping the Fish
by Cantrip
High energy, innovative approach to traditional Scottish music.
Genre: World: Celtic
Release Date: 2008

Here’s a Health to the Company
by Matching Ties
A collection of traditional and modern Irish, Scottish and English folk songs and dance tunes from Munich, Germany based folk band with members from Ireland, England and the U.S. touring Europe since 1986.
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
Release Date: 2015

by Tinkerscuss
Celtic inspired acoustic songs of myth and magic.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
Release Date: 2015

by Bardmageddon
Traditional Irish, Scottish, and English tunes. All the rich sounds you love, with only half the calories!
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
Release Date: 2015

Blue Holes
by The Freestylers of Piping
Debut EP by The Freestylers of Piping featuring all original music (plus one cover tune) on Scottish Great Highland Bagpipes aided by dynamic drum beats!
Genre: Folk: Progressive Folk
Release Date: 2014


May 14, 2015


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