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Greetings my friends

I just wanted to send a short message. It turns out even with my daughter Kenzie going to back to school last week, my time is super limited. I still my 3 month old to take care of. So I've officially decided I'm not expanding my work schedule much at all. It's a LOT of working taking care of a baby. But every smile she gives me makes it all worth while.

I'm told that I have I will have seven people signed up for next year's Celtic Invasion of Cornwall. Wow! I can't believe it's filled up this fast. I may need to start putting people onto a waiting list if this keeps up. Thank you all for your excitment. I look forward to sharing an amazing trip with you.

Marc Gunn, The Celtfather



Photo by Irish Fireside


I’m planning some extra cool things for our Patrons of the Podcast in the future. But in the meantime, I’m excited to bring you another show of awesome indie Celtic music from The Brayzen Heads, Fiddleheads, SeaStar, Bonhomme Setter, Siren’s Song, The Selkie Girls, Hooligan’s Rule, Jenna Greene, Father Ray Kelly, Saxon Moon, Sligo Rags, Whiskey of the Damned, Ed Miller. celticmusicpodcast.com/220

Leave a voicemail. Call 678-235-8763 or record an MP3 on your phone and email it to me at celticpodcast@gmail.com. And of course you can always post a review on iTunes or Stitcher.

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Jamie Laval - Murmurs and Drones

Murmurs and Drones
by Jamie Laval
The misty atmosphere of the rural Scottish Highlands provides a tonal backdrop for bagpipe-inspired melodies, set into instrumental arrangements that expound both technical virtuosity and evocative musical storytelling.
Genre: World: Celtic
Release Date: 2011

by Calum Martin
Gaelic Roots Music from Scotland and Ireland with an Americana Twist.
Genre: Folk: Contemporary Celtic
Release Date: 2015

Burly! Haggis Rampant Plugged In
by Haggis Rampant
Bagpipes get an update with the addition of electric guitar and bass.
Genre: World: Celtic
Release Date: 2015

Foggy New Year
by Stephanie Cadman
Canadian fiddling, singing and tap dancing sensation. On her second album release, Stephanie blends her traditional fiddling roots with some killer new original tunes and vocal arrangements. Produced by Daniel Lapp.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
Release Date: 2013


August 18, 2015


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