[Celtic Music] The White Hare
Greetings my friends
Last night, I finished editing this week's 2-hour episode of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Yes, it's the bagpipe show that you've been waiting for. Thanks to all of the amazing Patrons of the Podcast, this show will go live on Thursday morning.
Of course, if you're a Patron, you can download and enjoy the show right now, along with a few special treats.
It's a good thing I finished the show too. Because later today, we leave on a family vacation. I wasn't able to finish the September 3rd show. But I'm gonna do my best when I head home next Wednesday.
I have quick question about the New Celtic CDs feature I post in nearly every issue of this newsletter.Do you ever buy any music when you see a new CD? Or is that for you, like it is for me, just neat to see what's new? I'd love your feedback.
Thanks a millino for
THIS WEEK ON THE PODCAST SHOW
We’re gonna chase the White Hare of Celtic music in this week’s episode featuring amazing Celtic songs and tunes by Emerald Rose, Bow Triplets, Karan Casey, Claire Roche, The Secret Commonwealth, Heather Dale, Cady Finlayson and Vita Tanga, Jig to a Milestone, Fiddleheads, Chuckawalla Rhythm Kings, Emerald Dawn, Murder the Stout, Mairi Morrison & Alasdair Roberts, Wild Colonial Bhoys, Lothlorien. Shownotes are listed at celticmusicpodcast.com/221.
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NEW CELTIC CDS
Keeping Tradition Alive
Ballads Rule Ok
The Towns I Love so Well
August 25, 2015
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