Here are several ways to celebrate Celtic culture through music.
And it begins... Yesterday, we flew to California. I'm teaching at the California Autoharp Gathering this weekend. I get to share my unique style of autoharp playing with other 'harpers. Then we're visiting Gwen's family. Because of that, I'm keeping this week's newsletter fairly short.
I want to send a big thanks to The Gothard Sisters. They host this week's show highlighting some of their favorite Celtic artists on the circuit. This is a great way to get inside the heads of some talented Celtic musicians. You can listen to the show and read the shownotes right here.
Make sure you check out the band as well. They've come a LONG way since they first submitted music to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. I'm so proud of their incredible success!
Erin's Isle Podcast had a feature on Dingle this week. I was excited to see that because that's where we are heading in less than a month for the next Celtic Invasion Vacation. Listen.
Thank you so much for all of your support of these amazing Celtic musicians. I am honored that so many have put their faith in me and you to share their music.
Marc Gunn, The Celtfather
Irish & Celtic Music Podcast
May 16, 2019
PS. I can't do this podcast without your support. If you have a moment, please make a kind pledge to the show. Did you get know if you pledge as $5 per month as a Song Henger, you'll get free MP3s from some of the bands featured in the podcast? That's a great way to support us. Make a pledge now.
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