Here are several ways to celebrate Celtic culture through music.
Songs of ghosts and the bizarre with Celtic music from NUA, The Rowan Tree, Solasta, Purcell's Polyphonic Party, The Grenaways, Runa, Ciana, Whiskey Bay Rovers, Talisk, Templars of Doom, The Jackdaws, The Kilt Lifters, Bill Grogan's Goat, Marys Lane. Give it a listen.
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Celtic Heartstring Christmas Ornament with Each Collection...
My Celtic Heartstring Christmas ornaments are generating lots of WOWS. They are Celtic knots made from the broken strings of my heart... I mean autoharp. You can get one of these lovely Christmas ornaments when you buy the Sainted Song Henger Collection in November 2018.
You will also get a podcast shirt, coffee mug, bumper sticker, my Celtic Music 6-Pack, and a Victims of Irish Music CD. I will also throw in a copy of our A Celtic Christmas compilation CD and 4 CDs from my Celtic archive. That's a $280 value for just a hundred bucks.
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More traditional, total fun...
Alan O'Leary publishes the Copperplate podcast every month or so. I highly recommend it. Listen.
New Celtic Music...
New Celtic CDs from Colm Keane, Tantric Monkeys, Ted McGraw, Lissa-Kathe, The Craicheads, Kade Chim, Terry Liedel. Find links here.
Great day topped off...
Spencer & Beane shared a video from their performance at the Virginia Celtic Festival & Highland Games. Watch it now!
Red & Black Velvet Band...
Like Deadpool? He showed up at one of my performances at Gen Con a few months back. Join him with an Irish drinking song and his own unique dance. Watch!
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Marc Gunn, The Celtfather
November 8, 2018
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