#210: TGICT (Thank God It’s Celtic Thursday)
Next Friday, I leave for my Celtic Invasion of Donegal. As I prepare for next week’s trip, I decided to share some more new submissions to the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast with new Celtic music from Nathan Gourley and Laura Feddersen, Breabach, Liz Madden, Mason Brown, Stout Pounders, Chief O’Neill’s Mixed Flock, Celtic Shores, The Blarney Rebel Band, Dublin Harpers, Slan, Laura McGhee, First Highland Watch, Firkin, Bow Triplets. celticmusicpodcast.com/210
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This Week in Celtic Music
«The Bachelor/The Flogging Reel» by Nathan Gourley and Laura Feddersen
from Life Is All Checkered
«Monday Night at Riccardo’s» by Breabach
«Paddy’s Green Shamrock Shore» by Liz Madden
«Mark Miller’s Jig» by Mason Brown
from I Am a Handsome Devil
«Moonshiner» by Stout Pounders
«Slip Jigs: The Echo of Carrowkeel/The Cock and the Hen/Hardiman the Fiddler» by Chief O’Neill’s Mixed Flock
from The New Blackthorn Stick
«Pride of Ireland» by Celtic Shores
from Weathering the Storm
«Darker Than the Mine» by The Blarney Rebel Band
from Pile High the Pennywall
«O’Carolan Trio» by Dublin Harpers
from Building Canoes
«The Town of Athlone» by Slan
from In Memory of Later
«Dundee Toon» by Laura McGhee
from Green Eyes
«O’Neill’s in Temple Bar» by First Highland Watch
from O’Neill’s in Temple Bar
«Jumpin’ Lovers» by Firkin
from Revox/Finger in the Pie
«Mrs Hamilton, Miss Lyall, Foxhunter’s Jig, Timour Tarter» by Bow Triplets
from Never Too Early
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