[Celtic Music] The White Hare

Celtic Music Magazine

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

Marc Gunn, The Celtfather




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.

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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DCFD Emerald Society Pipes and Drums - Keeping Tradition Alive

Keeping Tradition Alive
by DCFD Emerald Society Pipes and Drums
Traditional and Contemporary Pipeband music performed by an all Firefighter group from Washington, DC (DCFD)
Genre: Folk: Pipe Band
Release Date: 2013

Ballads Rule Ok
by Screaming Orphans
Old time ballads and tunes with a twist.
Genre: Folk: Contemporary Celtic
Release Date: 2015

The Towns I Love so Well
by Martha Clancy
She has earned international recognition for her harp playing, including winning the All-Ireland Harp Championship and the U.S. Championship of the Scottish harp in the same year. She the only American to have held both titles.
Genre: World: Celtic
Release Date: 2004

by Coig
CÒIG (“Ko-ig”. Gaelic for ‘5’) is an exciting ensemble consisting of five solo acts, and is one of Cape Breton’s most captivating young bands. Originally coming together for a promotional tour for the Celtic Colours International Festival, the formation proved to be something special, and the group decided to continue to tour together as a band. Proving to be a serious force to be reckoned with in the traditional music scene with their driving tunes, haunting songs and infectious energy, Còig is a treat for the ears of every audience they meet.
Genre: World: Celtic
Release Date: 2014


August 25, 2015


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