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Best Celtic Craic podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Celtic Craic podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Celtic Roots Radio (celticrootsradio.com) Here's a taste a' music to whet yer appetite – Celtic, folk, folk/rock, Appalachian, Breton, bluegrass, Scottish, Irish, Cajun, Cape Breton, singer/songwriter – if its Celtic, roots or acoustic music you want, you'll find it here (plus a wee drop a' Norn Iron craic!) – on Celtic Roots Radio! ---------------- Produced by Precious Oil Productions Ltd for Celtic Roots Radio (celticrootsradio.com) ---------------- 24/7 INTERNET STATION!! We also have a 2 ...
 
If you love Christmas and Celtic music, you should be subscribed to this podcast. It is absolutely free to subscribe. It features over 30 hours of great Celtic Christmas music from all the top Celtic podcasts online. Every few days from the beginning of December until Christmas, the Celtic Christmas Podcast shares with you the Christmas music and entertainment from various Celtic podcasts online. This podcast features a wealth of Celtic Christmas craic for your holiday pleasure.
 
Welcome to the Blarney Pilgrims Traditional Irish Music Podcast. A sensitive and soulful traditional Irish music podcast where players and singers tell of their transit into Irish music. Conversation rambles through social and immigration history, culture, life and the shear joy of music, interspersed with gorgeous, beautiful heartfelt music. This is a companion pod for seasoned and new travellers journeying to that sacred place. - 'Crackin' music…charming…and to be honest, it makes the worl ...
 
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On growing up with traditional Irish music, on taking ownership, on finding festivals, on 92.7 Fresh Fm, on Austral and creating a dance party, and losing yourself at Woodford Folk Festival . Way, way back in June last year we caught up with Austral during the National Celtic Festival. During that interview we said we'd love to sit down and chat wi…
 
On accordions, melodeons, the push draw and The Pure Drop; Portrush sessions at the Harbour Bar, Ballycastle sessions at The House of McDonnell. The snug. Athlone. The borderlands of Fermanagh, Coleraine and Ceili House. And Coronation Street even gets a mention. As in - and I'm paraphrasing - 'Now and again something might have been taped over wit…
 
Hosted by Raymond McCullough, in Downpatrick, Co. Down, Northern Ireland with music from: Captain Tractor (Alberta, Canada) 'Johnny’s Ghost’ (Famous Last Words) Searson (Ontario, Canada) 'Galician Night’ (Fade & Shine) Donna Hughes (Florida, USA) 'Nothing Easy’ (Hellos, Goodbyes and Butterflies) Stephanie Cadman (Ontario, Canada) 'Bogged Down' (Cel…
 
'When you're playing with other people...and you get that feeling that is above and beyond life, in a sense. Where you just go, this is why I exist. This is as happy as this bunch of cells can be, right now, on this planet.' If there’s a better way to spend an hour and a bit of your day than listening to this week's episode with Ewen Baker, I’ve no…
 
On ABC song books, on the south-western coast of Victoria, on Scottish cèilidhs, on the highland pipes, on learning and teaching and on the understanding of air. This interview has been a long time coming and it was everything we hoped it would be. Thanks so much for your time, your patience and your beautiful tunes Merran. If you'd like to contact…
 
There's a single story or a thousand stories in this week's episode. The story of Mick Doherty, Donegal fiddle player of the famed Doherty family of tinsmiths, travelers and musicians. The story of his father's music, and of his grandfather's music. And woven in and around it all the figure of Johnny Doherty - Mick's uncle - one of the iconic Irish…
 
On the Swannanoa Gathering with Finn Magill, on ethnomusicology, on the difference between Irish and Celtic, on her time in Cork and finding lock-down inspiration in Quarantunes. Hailing from North Carolina and now residing in North Michigan, Hannah Harris is a wonderful fiddle player and ethnomusicologist. Hannah recently recorded her first album …
 
On the creation of Ceol FM, on equal access; on finding the pipes, on creating community and space for upcoming players, and on seeing a need and acting on it. Darragh Ó Héiligh is a phenomenal uilleann pipe player from Drogheda. He has tirelessly worked to grow and share Irish music, not only within his town with Music At the Gate, but also nation…
 
Cameron Mather's a Sydney based banjo player and singer. He joined us down the line to talk about the strange, difficult moment we're all facing. About isolation and its challenges; his love of Irish music; hardcore training to compete in the Fleadh; the Sydney session scene and the beauty of being a teacher. In this episode Cameron plays: Fredd Fi…
 
Jeremy Keith is the founder and keeper of thesession.org, probably the greatest irish music resource in the world. And this episode hopefully has something of the generous essence of that archive. We flow, from The North as a different planet to Galway as the centre of the '90s slacker world. From the one-tune-a-week origin of thesession.org and ma…
 
An unexpected journey in the company of Darren, Dom, Dom's Uncle Leo, Sean Matthews and the bean an tí in Carberry's, Drogheda. With the world full of strangeness at the minute, it seems apt that we'd find ourselves chatting about all sorts of unexpected things in this week's episode: unaccompanied singing as Mount Kilimanjaro; the people who gave …
 
Emma Lewis on how tunes connect us all. On being a woman in the traditional music scene, travels in Ireland and random festival invites. On friendships and learning tunes and on returning home to Australia. Emma plays the following tunes: East Clare Reel / Martin Wynne's Number 4 / The Liffey Banks Dwyer's Jig / O'Sullivan's March / untitled jig Th…
 
Hosted by Raymond McCullough, in Downpatrick, Co. Down, Northern Ireland with music from: Brave The Sea (Ohio, USA) ‘Jig of Death’ (The Kraken) Chuck Levy (Arizona, USA) ‘Sandy Boys' (Banjourneys) Doug Folkins (British Columbia, Canada) ‘Pour Me Another’ (Another Last Call) Cady Finlayson Band (New York, USA) ‘Blarney Pilgrim/Ward’s Jig' (Irish Cof…
 
Hosted by Raymond McCullough, in Downpatrick, Co. Down, Northern Ireland with music from: Dust Rhinos (Manitoba, Canada) 'Until the Evening Ends’ (The Day After The Night Before) W. Ed Harris (Arizona, USA) 'Morrison's’ (Ye Banks and Braes) Searson (Ontario, Canada) 'Friday Night’ (Live) Kickin Grass Band (Missouri, USA) ‘Cloverleaf’ (On the Short …
 
Hosted by Raymond McCullough, in Downpatrick, Co. Down, Northern Ireland with music from: The Mighty Regis (California, USA) 'Reilly’s Daughter’ (Co. Sligo) The Irish Experience (Washington State, USA) 'The Wicked Jig’ (Green Energy) The Rolling Kings (Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada) 'In Through The Narrows’ (Raise A Glass) The Elders (Missouri, U…
 
Hosted by Raymond McCullough, in Downpatrick, Co. Down, Northern Ireland with music from: The Galway Hooker Band (California, USA) ‘Johnny Jump Up’ (Hooker Style) Julie Henigan (Missouri, USA) ‘Tettenhall Allotment’ (American Stranger) Lucy Billings (Tennessee, USA) ‘Let’s Not and Say We Did’ (No Other Road) Scott Boswell (Arizona, USA) ‘Thistle’ (…
 
Hosted by Raymond McCullough, in Downpatrick, Co. Down, Northern Ireland with music from: Lick The Tins (N. Ireland/London, UK) ‘Can’t Help Falling in Love’ (Blind Man on a Flying Horse)) Sarah Burnell (Ottawa, Canada) ‘Galician Excerpt’ (Return Ticket) Catherine Fraser (South Australia) ‘Larach Alasdair/Butlers of Glen Ave/Miss Gordon of Park/Moll…
 
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