2-Hours of Celtic Fiddle Music

Celtic Music Magazine

Greetings my friends

It's raining outside. Do we have a good rainy day episode of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast? I need to work on one. Though, for me, there's nothing like some good fiddle music on a rainy day. I hope you got a chance to enjoy the 2-hour Celtic Fiddle music show. I've heard nothing but great things about it. I'd love your feedback. You'll find a way to leave voicemail below.

HELP WANTED. If you've got a few minutes and are willing to help. I want to add showtimes to all of the old episodes of the podcast. It's simple. Just listen to a show and each time a new song comes on, write down the time next to the song name or artist. Then send the list to me. Here's some more details.

Finally, I want to remind the Celtic musicians who read the newsletter that Christmas is coming. It's time to send in your Celtic Christmas songs and tunes so I can play them on my Celtic Christmas Podcast and specials. To do so, just complete the form at 4celts.com like you do with all of your new submissions.

Stay tuned for this week's Celtic Halloween show. Thanks for supporting indie Celtic music.

Marc Gunn, The Celtfather

Correction from last week. Apparently the Off Kilter Kilts URL did not work properly, but this one should. My apologies JT. www.offkilterkilts.com.




We have two hours of awesome Celtic fiddle music for this week’s Irish & Celtic Music Podcast thanks to the generosity of our Patrons of the Podcast. You’ll hear awesome indie Celtic music from Three Mile Stone, The Gothard Sisters, Clandestine, Cady Finlayson, Hair of the Dog, Samantha Gillogly/Tim Maurice, Marc Gunn & The Dubliners’ Tabby Cats, FiddleSticks, Fiddlinda: Linda Relph, Jamie Laval/Ashley Broder, The Elders, Eilis Crean, Heidi Jane, The Selkie Girls, Atlantic Wave, Burning Bridget Cleary, The Tea Merchants, Black Market Haggis, Dust Rhinos, Flashpoint, Maidens IV, Bedlam Bards, Bonnie Rideout, Scythian, Gerry O’Beirne & Rosie Shipley, Banna De Dha, Tullamore, Sean Orr, Bow Triplets, Nathan Gourley and Laura Feddersen. celticmusicpodcast.com/229

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

Remember. Cast your vote in the Celtic Top 20 for shows January to September.



The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast exists due to the generosity of our Patrons. Your kind donation of $1 per episode pays for the production of the podcast and helps me make a partial living as a professional podcaster. I thank you for your support.

This week, we have 125 people donating $376 per episode of the show. Special thanks to our newest patrons: Dawn

Special HUGE thanks to our Celtic Superstars: Ockham's Razor, John Sharkey White II, Theresa Sullivan, Wesley R Dunnington, Anna Cylkowski, Brendan Nix, John Bilderback, Brakeing Down Security Podcast, Rian P Kegerreis, Steven, samual hill, Johnny Berry, and Shawn Cali. You folks are AMAZING! Thank you!

The next Milestone is set for $400. That's when I'll start planning a Celtic Harp Music special.

Become a Patron of the Podcast today!



Every Wednesday, I release my full list of New Celtic CDs that are out this week. You can find the complete list on our website at http://celticmusicpodcast.com/NewCelticCDs. Take a moment and listen to my Top 4 Picks.

Indianapolis Children's Choir - Sounds of Ireland

Sounds of Ireland
by Indianapolis Children's Choir
Irish choral music sung by the Indianapolis Children's Choir featuring the Irish Airs
Genre: Classical: Choral Music
Release Date: 2015

For Love of Scotland
by Emerald Accent
Very smooth Scottish traditional acoustically performed with Cape Breton style fiddle and Robert Burns songs.
Genre: World: Celtic
Release Date: 2015

The Legacy of Percy French
by Peadar MacMahon
Old Time Irish Folk music, an homage to irelands greatest Songwriter Percy French (1854-1920). The songs evoke times gone by. The music is charming and timeless, masterfully presented. The Mothers song makes grown men cry.
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
Release Date: 2015

by John McSherry, Dónal O'Connor & Seán Óg Graham
Traditional music by three of Ireland's finest players. Featuring a mix of newly composed and traditional material from Ireland and the neighbouring Celtic regions.
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
Release Date: 2015


October 27, 2015


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