Here are several ways to celebrate Celtic culture through music.
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We are almost completely moved to Atlanta. We actually don't move into our new home until the end of the month. But all of our stuff is there. Just need to finish up some in Birmingham. Thanks for all the well-wishes. Slainte!
Glenlo Abbey: Five-Star Luxury & Living History in Galway...
The historic house at Glenlo Abbey stands as a testament to solid stone construction. Oringially built in 1740 restored in 1984 and refurbished in 1992, it is now a five-star luxury hotel. Originally the Abbey was built for the lady of the house, but wasn’t completed while she was alive. These days it is used for weddings. Listen now!
May Day on Copperplate...
Music from Mulcahy Family, Niamh De Burca, Paddy Carty & Conor Tully, Open the Door, The Hydes and lots more! Get it!
New Celtic Music...
New Celtic CDs from Paddyman, Keith Murray, Dustin Cooper Music, and Brennan McLaughlin. Find links here.
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May 9, 2019
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