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Here are several ways to celebrate Celtic culture through music.

New International Irish and Celtic Music...
We will take you from the USA to Ireland, Great Britain, Mexico, France, and all the way to South Australia in song.

Celtic music from Raglan, West Awake, Lily Bentley, Tan and Sober Gentlemen, Ravens Three, Brobdingnagian Bards, Lissa Kathe, The King's Busketeers, Louise Fraser, Seamus Kennedy, KMM, The Triskells, The Blarney Rebel Band, Rebels and Sinners , The Grenaways.

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Show your Irish & Celtic Music Colors...
There is now a whole bunch of Irish & Celtic Music Podcast merch in our Mage Records store on Bandcamp. You'll find the last podcast shirts from past years. You'll see a new pint glass. There's a 2019 podcast sticker. And of course there is now the 2019 Sainted Song Henger Collection. This package deal features a shirt, 2 pint glasses, stickers, my latest CD and several CDs from my Celtic Music archive.

Best of all your purchase supports the creation of more episodes of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Shop and Get your Collection Now!

Spotify Celtic Playlist Updated...
I finally did it. I updated our Top Irish & Celtic Music playlist on Spotify. It now features songs and tunes that were voted on by you in the Celitc Top 20. It has over 100 tracks from shows from 2012-2018. I'm still updating it.

I started the playlist this time last year. We now have over 280 subscribers. It's still a small group compared to the thousands of some playlist. But it's growing. Follow the playlist now.

What's the Celtic Legacy in the English language?
I found the History of English podcast this week. This episode talks about the Celts of Britain by following the language. Listen.

Review the Podcast App...
Did you know we have a free Irish & Celtic Music Podcast app? It's another way to get easy access to the show. Save your favorites. Share.

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A castle, a Manor House and Wool...
Thatched cottages are a draw to the village of Adare, and once you’re there….”Adare ya” to tour the Adare Manor House. It’s at the end of the town, it’s really a treat to see and it has an amazing history. Listen on Erin's Isle.

New Celtic Music...
New Celtic CDs from Shannon Quinn, Ailsa Villegas - Singer, and Liam O'Hara. Find links here.

Sponsoring Savannah Irish Festival...
The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast is a proud sponsor of the Savannah Irish Festival. 10% of all the profits made by the podcast goes toward supporting Celtic non-profits. Usually I look for small Celtic festivals where we can do the most good and who also feature some of the artists who are featured in this podcast. I'm happy to see that Seamus Kennedy and Syr are both performing at the Savannah Irish Festival. If you'd like to win some free tickets to the festival. Please subscribe to our Celtic Music Magazine. And make sure you check out the festival website.

If you have know of a smaller Celtic festival who could use our support, please contact me.

Hey! If you have a suggestion of a video, podcast, a festival, or something else I can share with our community, reply right now. Send me your offering to our Celts.

Don't miss last week's show!
Did you listen yet? Once you're done, make sure you VOTE in the Celtic Top 20. You will help me create next year's Best Celtic Music of 2019.

While you're at, make sure you read the new rules. Check out this cool technique on how to vote in 2019.

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Marc Gunn, The Celtfather
January 24, 2019



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