Music for Your Burns Supper
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THIS WEEK ON THE PODCAST SHOW #192: ROBERT BURNS DAY
It’s almost Robert Burns Day. So we’re gonna have our own Burns Supper with Scottish Celtic music in show #192 with music from Haggis Rampant, Don Grieve, Ed Miller, Billfiddle, Marc Gunn, Giant’s Dance, Carl Peterson, Sassanak Lassies, Merry Wives of Windsor, Leah Jorgensen, Smithfield Fair, The Rogues, Hugh Morrison, Rise, Seamus Kennedy. Listen and share at celticmusicpodcast.com/192.Are you celebrating a Burns Supper? Tell me about it.
CELTIC TRAVEL: DONEGAL TOWN
Donegal Town is a fairytale of a place, featuring a charming harbor, serene beaches and stoic stone remains of centuries past, like those of 15th-century Donegal Abbey. Stern-looking Donegal Castle, recently restored to its one-time Gaelic glory, is the crown jewel of the area. If you’re looking for souvenirs, snag a hand-woven tweed or carpet, the signature goods of... Learn more about it here.
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