Irish & Celtic Music Patronage #458
Celtic band requests came from our patrons this week on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Albannach, Socks in the Frying Pan, Burning Bridget Cleary, Heather Dale, The Gothard Sisters, Jesse Ferguson, Tullamore, Queen’s Gambit, Seamus Kennedy, Ed Miller, Syr, The Killdares, Barleyjuice, The High Kings, We Banjo 3
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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC
0:03 — «Bare Arsed Bandits» by Albannach from Bareknuckle Pipes & Drums
4:03 — WELCOME
5:09 — «Shanes Newest» by Socks in the Frying Pan from Socks in the Frying Pan
8:32 — «Nead Na Lachan Sa Mhuta» by Burning Bridget Cleary from Totes for Goats
Pronunciation: Nad na Lak-awn Sa Vew-ta
11:27 — «Tristan and Isolt» by Heather Dale from Avalon
16:39 — «Rose, Marie and Heather» by The Gothard Sisters from Midnight Sun
20:03 — CELTIC FEEDBACK
27:53 — «So Long, Cape Breton» by Jesse Ferguson from The Sally Gardens
30:24 — «One of Ireland’s Children» by Tullamore from Two To Get Ready
33:11 — «Rocky Road to Dublin» by Queen’s Gambit from En Passant
38:33 — «Mary Mac» by Seamus Kennedy from Bar Rooms & Ballads
41:54 — «The Silver Darlins/I Hae Laid a Herrin’ in Saut» by Ed Miller from The Edinburgh Rambler
44:35 — CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
46:51 — «Unto the Gallows» by Syr from The Winter King
49:20 — «Farewell to Decorum» by The Killdares from Any Given Element
52:04 — «A Fine Lass» by Barleyjuice from The Old Speakeasy
56:06 — «The Rising of the Moon» by The High Kings from Decade: Best of the High Kings
1:00:31 — CLOSING
1:02:11 — «War of Love» by We Banjo 3 from Haven
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CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
Irish & Celtic Music Live Streams. Live stream concerts seem the way of the world right now. But the biggest challenge is finding out who’s doing them. I haven’t seen a resource for Celtic concerts. I am trying to make one available.
I set up a Google Calendar. Celtic artists can add their own events to the calendar to share their live streaming concerts. View the calendar here.
I created a blog about how to support Celtic artists in the time of COVID-19. It’s actually not a bit different from how to support artists at any time. Read it here.
Get the free Irish & Celtic Music Podcast app on iTunes and on Amazon.
You can enjoy more great music and stories from Marc Gunn through the Pub Songs Podcast.
A bunch of Celtic musicians joined Patreon since the pandemic started. It’s a great site for artists as well for podcasts. But how do you find them? I published a blog a couple weeks ago with links to all of the Celtic patreons pages I could find. You’ll find a link in the shownotes. If there’s an artist missing, please let me know.
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Bryan Lewis emailed: «I have been listening through your podcast episodes every day while I work. Best collection of irish music out there! But all of a sudden, Spotify no longer has your podcast!! When I click the «Listen on Spotify» buttons on your site and facebook page a spotify page comes up with [object] [object] and doesn’t open spotify. Am I doing something wrong? has it been removed? I found you in Apple podcasts but there are no episodes after 10/2019. So worried I’m not going to get to listen to the last 6 months! Thanks!»
I told Bryan about our free iPhone and Android app.
«Ooooh! An App! Fantastic. Sorry about the spotify thing. ?? THANK YOU!!! Just finished downloading it. brilliant. I like having a dedicated app for you even better. Thanks for the great work and giving me a soundtrack for my life. ??»
Craig Backus emailed: «Marc, I’ve been wondering about listening to and supporting my favorite artists…. I have a pretty wide taste in music, and I often buy albums (albeit from Apple) but the whole album….
Since I’m a prime member, I keep getting ads from Amazon Music that their app includes access to millions of songs for $10 a month! I’m sure artists see some benefit from it, but I don’t know. For example, I saw that Lucinda Williams has a new album out. I’ve never actually bought any of her music, but have heard her many times on Tom Petty radio on SiriusXM. I went to her website to get a feel for how she sells music, and she’s basically included links to every music streaming and download site.
I thought that artists might make more from direct sales, but it doesn’t seem like they are set up for that. Perhaps it’s more cost-prohibitive to have someone process orders than to just wait for streaming royalties and to go out on tour?
I don’t know…… I’d be interested in knowing what you think…….
PS I really loved the discovery of «Jiggy» last week. The combination of Celtic music with world beats is different and pretty cool. I bet it will be coming to a scifi show soon! Perhaps a new bar beyond the ring in the Expanse?»