Tent Show Radio live from Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua featuring author humorist Michael Perry, the Blue Canvas Orchestra and Grammy Award winning musical guest Bill Miller.
Tent Show Radio live from Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua featuring author humorist Michael Perry, the Blue Canvas Orchestra and Grammy Award winning musical guest Bill Miller.
Tent Show Radio live from Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua featuring author humorist Michael Perry, the Blue Canvas Orchestra and Grammy Award winning musical guest Bill Miller.
The largest variety of Bluegrass , Bluegrass Gospel and Americana on the web streaming 24 hours a day and hosted by many hosts from throughout the world. We have approximately 40 shows and hosts. Also, 91.7 FM Community Radio serving in and around the Claxton, Tennessee area.
Rank #1: Manning The Console 2 - 22 - 2019.
A weekly program featuring mostly new and diverse material.www.sbbradio.org91.7 FM Community Radio
Rank #2: 30 Minute Impromptu Program Of New Music.
A short 30 Minute impromptu of brand new music just in to the station.www.sbbradio.org and 91.7 FM Community Radio
The Freight Train Boogie podcasts are all about Americana and roots music. Most shows feature new songs from great independent artists. All of the songs featured on the show were written and published by the artists and they have given us permission to use their tunes on these podcasts. Enjoy!
Rank #1: FTB Show #199 with new music from Yarn, Angela Perley, Coby Brown, Richard Thompson, Dale Watson and many more....
FTB podcast #199 is a "One-Shot" show with great new music from COBY BROWN, KRISA BARONI, RICHARD THOMPSON, YARN and THE GRAND PROSPECT. Get the Freight Train Boogie Americana Android App from Amazon for only $1.99. Show #199 (intro bed) DUBL HANDI - Pickin' Chicken Breakdown (Up Like The Clouds) RICHARD THOMPSON - Salford Sunday (Electric) REBEKKAH PULLEY - Sister Sally (TraLaLa) MICHAEL RANK AND STAG - 'Round my Head (In The Weeds) DALE WATSON - I Lie When I Drink (El Rancho Azul) (mic break) DAVEY O. - No Money Down (Testing for Rust) YARN - Bring Me Down (Leftovers Volume 2) THE GRAND PROSPECT - Evelina (The Grand Prospect) ELIOT BRONSON & YONDER ORPHANS - One Mississippi (Milwaukee) DANNY KALB - Feel Just Like Goin' Home (Moving In Blue) (mic break) BRAD COLE - Cry Cry Cry (Down the Line) KRISTA BARONI - B-Sides (Oh My Magpie) ADAM LEE (and the Dead Horse Sound Company) - Drinking, Cheating, Loving, and Leaving (When the Spirits Move Me) BUMPKIN - Nowhere To Go (More Songs About Drinking And Women Who Left) ANGELA PERLEY (and the Howlin’ Moons) - County Fair (Nowhere Is Now Here) (mic break) COBY BROWN - 21st Century (French Exit) (Feb. 15th, 2013) Bill Frater Freight Train Boogie
Rank #2: Freight Train Boogie Show #249.
Show #249 CHUCK MEAD - The Devil By Their Side (Free State Serenade) ST. PAUL & THE BROKEN BONES - Call Me (Half the City) THE WHISKEY GENTRY - Dixie (Holly Grove) NANCARROW - Second Last Resort (Heart) (mic break) IRENE KELLEY - Feels Like Home (Pennsylvania Coal) CAHALEN MORRISON & ELI WEST - Natural Thing To Do (I'll Swing With My Hammer With Both my Hands) 3 PENNY ACRE - Gibsonville (Rag and Bone) OCEAN CAROLINA - Drink You Back Again (All The Way Home) CHUCK MEAD - A Short Goodbye (Free State Serenade) (mic break) BOO RAY - Like A Cigarette (Six Weeks In A Motel) THE GRAHAMS - A Good Man (Riverman's Daughter) AMIGO - Gospel Ship (Just In Case) Gospel Ship (Just In Case) (Might Could) GRANT PEEPLES AND THE PEEPLES REPUBLIK - You're a Slave to Your Imagination (Punishing the Myth) (mic break) CHUCK MEAD - The Light of Day (Free State Serenade) Here's the RSS feed: http://ftbpodcasts.libsyn.com/rss. Freight Train Boogie podcasts also air weekly on RootHog Radio and on Rob Ellen's Flyinshoes Review. You can buy the Freight Train Boogie Americana Android App from Amazon for only $1.99. (March 21st, 2014) Bill Frater Freight Train Boogie
The Bluegrass Preservation Society, Inc Radio Show. One hour of homegrown Appalachian Bluegrass Music, hosted by Ewell Ferguson and his Bluegrass Kitty Cats Cleopatra and Harley.
Rank #1: BPS Radio Show #618.
Got Bill Clifton and Audey Blaylock and Chris Warner and Wes Miller and the Frosty Mountain Boys and The Abrams Brothers and more and more and more. So come on in and enjoy!
Rank #2: BPS Radio Show #619.
We've got some more of that Rural Rhythm album for you this week folks. We've got Tad Lundy doing "The Old Swinging Bridge" and David Grissom doing "I Ain't Broke - But I'm Badly Bent". And we've got The Dry Branch Fire Squad doing a hard driving gospel song "Jesus On The Mainline" plus the Dreadful Snakes singing "Who's That Knocking At My Door". So there's someone for you singing what you wanta hear so come on in and enjoy!
Wisconsin Life celebrates what makes Wisconsin unique through the diverse stories of its people. Our award-winning producers travel Wisconsin to introduce you to the people who uniquely contribute to and shape what it means to live in or be from Wisconsin.
Rank #1: Summer Camp Reunites Siblings Separated By Foster Care System.
As groups of siblings sit around a large campfire, they begin to share stories while eating a few snacks. They’re starting to make memories that will have to last them until they can see each other again. And for some of them, that could be for a whole year. This is Camp To Belong-Wisconsin. It’s
Rank #2: Who’s Behind The Shawano County Barn Quilts?.
We recently received a question from a listener, Cassie. She asked, “Who do we contact about getting a barn quilt in Shawano County?”You should first know that Shawano County is the self-proclaimed Barn Quilt Capital of Wisconsin. In this northeastern county, you’ll find more than about 350 barns with brightly colored, geometric quilt squares painted on the side.
Straight from beautiful Lexington, Kentucky, WoodSongs is an internationally syndicated radio program that celebrates the known and unknown independent musician. Heard by over 2m weekly on over 500 radio stations, American Forces Radio Network and public TV across the US. You don't have to be famous to get on Woodsongs, but you do have to be GOOD.
Rank #1: Woodsongs 794: Larkin Poe and Humming House.
LARKIN POE�s music is a unique brand of �swampadelic soul� with tightvocal harmonies, dizzying instrumental riffs and insightful lyrics. Bornand raised in Georgia, sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell are thecharismatic soul-singing/songwriting duo. The sisters� musical journeybegan at the ages of 5 and 6 playing classical violin and piano. In theirearly teens, they won a prestigious award on Garrison Keillor�s “A PrairieHome Companion� on NPR. HUMMING HOUSE is a powerful quintet that embodies edgy Irish traditions,independent artistry with its legacies of folk, soul and bluegrass. Formedout of informal Irish music jams and the songwriting of Justin Wade Tam,the five musicians have played major festivals and have released twostudio albums and one live recording since 2011, the latest being�Revelries�. WoodSongs Kid: The Hollow Bodies are a roots and folk trio from Lexingtonfeaturing Riley Logan on mandolin, Blakeley Burger on guitar and fiddleand Chris Cupp on cello.
Rank #2: WoodSongs 932: Ashley Campbell and Lillie Mae.
ASHLEY CAMPBELL is a triple threat songwriter, singer and banjo virtuoso. Following in the footsteps of a famous parent is never an easy path, and Ashley, the daughter of music legend Glen Campbell, initially pursued dance and acting. But when Ashley was asked to learn banjo for a part in a play, a spark was lit and her calling was found. Soon Ashley was studying with banjo luminary Carl Jackson (her godfather and longtime member of Glen's band) and mastering her technique. Ashley co-wrote all thirteen songs on her debut album 'The Lonely One', chronicling a personal journey - by turns bold, reflective and brazenly funny - of a young woman grappling with grown up choices.LILLIE MAE has been singing and playing on stages across the country since she could stand on her own two feet. ‘Forever and Then Some’, her much anticipated Third Man Records debut, sees the Nashville-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist weaving her own extraordinary experiences with the myriad strains of Americana to create a breathtaking song cycle of romance and struggle, solitude and adventure. Produced by multiple GRAMMY® Award-winner Jack White III at Third Man Studio in Nashville, the album affirms Lillie Mae as a remarkably gifted musical storyteller, a bright new star that’s been here all along.WoodSongs Kid: Kate Ward is a fifteen-year-old fiddler from Kuttawa, Kentucky. Kate is a staff fiddler at the Kentucky Opry and she has competed in numerous fiddle across the country.
Riders Radio Theater was a half hour, weekly, cult favorite/public radio show performed live by the two-time Grammy Award-winning western and comedy band Riders In The Sky in Nashville and Cincinnati from 1988-1995. Called at the time "the fastest half hour in radio," each show featured western music, wacky commercials, the National Polka Countdown, characters and comedy bits of all sizes and descriptions, and a cliffhanging serial adventure... all liberally sprinkled with country and folk music guest stars and legends. It was the Golden Age of High Yodeling Adventure and it deserves to live again!
Rank #1: 801 Trail of the Diamond Desperado.
It's a beautiful spring morning in Tumbleweed Valley. The Riders are just finishing up breakfast at the famed Triple X Ranch, but an unexpected visitor from the US Western Bureau of Brands Enforcement is about to change their brand forever…
Rank #2: 103 Meltdown on the Mesa.
Sidemeat has been found in the rubble of the Triple X Ranch! But Charlie and Slocum have a diabolical avalanche initiative in store…
A radio show that plays bluegrass, old time and gospel music only by unsigned bands and discusses their playing style.
Rank #1: Bluegrass and Old Time Music Radio Show #21.
The new Blue Ridge Music Center is the subject of this 1.5 hour episode. I recently held an interview with Joe Wilson and Debbie Robinson of this fantastic mountain music show case when my band, the Oriskany Strings, and another nearby band, the Craig County Boys, played there. The Blue Ridge Music Center is a part of The Ridge Parkway National Park and is located at Mile Post 213 near Galax, Virginia and Mt. Airy, North Carolina. Joe Wilson is a magical person and I know you will enjoy listening to this educational interview about the center and mountain music. The interview is interleaved with the music of the three bands that played at the center the evening of August 19, 2006.
Rank #2: Bluegrass and Old Time Music Radio Show #18.
The Itinerant Band is featured in this episode. This band plays music from the 18th century and uses instruments seldom heard or seen. I bought their Jefferson and Liberty album while attending a reenactment of the 1757 battle between French and British forces at Fort Ticonderoga in upper state New York. This is another of my history of old time and bluegrass music episodes and I think you will like it. You can learn more about the band at www.itinerantband.com. You can learn more about Fort Ticonderoga at www.fort-ticonderoga.org.
Music City Roots: Live From The Factory is a weekly concert and live radio show that broadcasts every Wednesday night (7PM CST) on WMOT Roots Radio 89.5 FM in Murfreesboro-Nashville, Tennessee, and worldwide at www.musiccityroots.com. It's hosted by Grammy-winning artist Jim Lauderdale, legendary radio announcer Keith Bilbrey and show journalist/interview guy Craig Havighurst. We feature leading lights and new discoveries in Americana, blues, rock and roll, gospel, jazz, rockabilly, bluegrass, newgrass, western, folk, singer songwriter, country, soul, vintage, ragtime, cow punk, honky tonk, big band, swing, acoustic, celtic, and more! Since going on the air in 2009, Music City Roots has built a worldwide community of lovers of hand-made, real music. We showcase the finest artistry working in or passing through the dynamic Nashville music scene. With old-school radio presentation before a large live audience, artist interview and great audio, MCR is one of the best ways to get a weekly fix of roots music.
Rank #1: March 15, 2016 w/ Gillian Welch, Liz Longley, Sierra Hull, Maureen Murphy.
Tuesday’s show was bound to sell out because Berklee forces arrived with a couple hundred students, faculty and alumni and because their very distinguished alums Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings asked if their performance and award presentation could be nested in a special Roots show. That means a lot to us, and both parties pulled out the stops to create one of the finest and most meaningful shows we’ve ever put on. Liz Longley has a song with a chorus that starts “You’ve got that way…” and wow, so does she. Armed with an acoustic guitar and her cool, smoky and nimble voice, she took the stage for our first set. The songs have become hits for me from repeated listening to her debut album. “Memphis” and “Bad Habit” are new soul folk standards. “Skin And Bones” has a darker Appalachian edge. Then it was on to a very different voice in Sierra Hull, with her musically entwined new string trio and songs from her fascinating new Weighted Mind album. After the title track we heard the baroque and intricate composed interplay of “Queen of Hearts/Royal Tea” (thank you Berklee training) and the silk pillow of a song that is “Lullaby.” We were only one song into Maureen Murphy’s set when Photographer Tony whispered to me that we were experiencing the finest singer in the show’s history. There’s a case to be made. I’ve rarely seen so much refinement and technique mingled with so much power and passion. Murphy delivered four very different songs with a rocking, versatile quartet, but the capstone was her ode to her singing idol Lisa Fisher “How Can I Ease The Pain.” The song’s free form gave Maureen ample ways to shape and craft and massage and emote. It was simply breathtaking in its range of textures, from delicate to forceful. And she got to hit a classic money note in Martin Sexton’s “Smoke.” It would have been difficult to pack more musical range or magic into 20 minutes. I’ve been watching Gillian and Dave perform for twenty years, and it’s always riveting. Certainly, seeing the MCR logo behind them was extra inspiring and gratifying. They opened with spectral unison singing on “The Way It Will Be,” making the harmonies of “The Way It Goes” and “Miss Ohio” all the more bloom-like. When Berklee President Roger Brown presented the school’s American Master Awards to them (as individuals by the way not a group), he cited Dave’s harmonically rich and inventive guitar playing. And yes, that’s one thing I’ve always loved about it – close, dissonant intervals delivered with bebop command and a staccato attack, like Bill Monroe downstrokes on Eddie Lang’s guitar. And on this night I got to be about 20 feet from his shredding solo on “Red Clay Halo,” one of my favorite Gill and Dave songs. Their final number “Everything Is Free” includes the line “we’re gonna do it anyway, even if it doesn’t pay,” and that’s how GW and DR always sounded to me. Their old friend T Bone Burnett, who collected the night’s other Master Award, played amiable electric guitar strokes and sang a bit on that final tune before adding a whole new verse about a certain orange presidential candidate in the rollicking Nashville Jam on “I’ll Fly Away.”
Rank #2: Dec. 13, 2017 w Suzy Bogguss, Anthony DaCosta, Whiskey Gentry and Dawn Landes.
It's a year-end feast of sound and celebration as Roots closes a four year run at the Factory, with a gorgeous and wide ranging lineup. Modernist songwriter Anthony DaCosta pairs his spectral guitar and keening voice with the fiddle of Kimber Ludiker to open the show. And we close the night with another gorgeous voice - heck maybe the most gorgeous voice in roots music - the hit-making and heartwarming suzy Bogguss. In between, the elegant and talented Dawn Landes with music she's been working on in the studio with the legendary Fred Foster. (He produced Roy Orbison, don't you know) Also And the Whiskey Gentry play songs from their stellar 2017 album Dead Ringer.
Official source of the Whad'ya Know Podcast hosted by Michael FeldmanSubscribe on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/rss/michaelfeldman?auth=b4d6fa836d8f2ff3871363700e989764
Rank #1: Whad'ya Know? 4 - 21 - 90.
Whad'ya Know from 4-21-90 with Michael Feldman, Jim Packard, John Thulin, JeffEckels, the Guinness Book record holder for pogo jumping underwater, and the breaking news that, for Earth Day, Donald Trump will be planting Marla Maples--
Rank #2: Whad'ya Know 5 - 30 - 92.
Moldy golden oldy from May 30, 1992, featuring Covet You Neighbor's Wisdom, Elyse on the Quiz talking to boyfriend Bill Bailey re Pooh and giant kielbasas, while Jim Packard's Town of the Week takes us on a bus ride in Newport, NH, interspersed with the musical machinations of John Thulin & Jeff Eckels--
The Americana Music Show is a podsafe music show that features hand-picked, road-tested american music and interviews with your next favorite bands.
Rank #1: Ep238 Ryan Bingham tattoos his soul.
Ryan Bingham plays tracks from Fear And Saturday Night and talks about playing the dive bars, finding success, and how he met his wife. This week I’ve got a cut from that posthumous Pops Staples album man it will take you back to the 60’s. I got a road tune from Justin Mather. a jumpin' string band tune from Spuyten Duyvil, a Bob Wills tribute from Asleep At The Wheel and Lyle Lovett, a knock out vocal track from Rhiannon Giddens, a sad song from Gurf Morlix, rock & roll from Liz Longley, and a going home song from American Aquarium. "Ep238 Ryan Bingham tattoos his soul" originated from Americana Music Show.
Rank #2: Gram Parsons Tribute Show.
Highlights from the Gram Parsons Tribute show produced by Jeff Hart and The Cat's Cradle in Carrboro, NC, September 20, 2013, featuring Gram Parsons covers from Ashley Carter, George Huntley, Kenny Roby, Tom Meltzer, Jill Kuhn Sexton, Lynn Blakey, Michael Rank, Jeffro, Rebecca Newton, Tonya Lamm, Jeffrey Dean Foster, John Howie Jr, Tress Chicas, and Jeff Hart. "Gram Parsons Tribute Show" originated from Americana Music Show.
Mountain Stage Podcast
Rank #1: 847 - Chris Stapleton, Joan Osborne, Joe Ely, Rock My Soul.
Chris Stapleton, Joan Osborne, Rock My Soul featuring the Fairfield Four and the McCrary Sisters, and Joe Ely
Rank #2: MS2GO #12 Iron & Wine, Indigo Girls, Todd Snider, John Paul White, Aoife O'Donovan & more.
What were Mountain Stages favorite performances of 2016? On this special year-end edition of MS2GO, well listen back to live (and lively) performances from Indigo Girls, Aoife ODonovan, John Paul White, Todd Snider, Todd Burge, Tift Merritt, Iron & Wine, and a star-studded tribute to Bob Dylan, all recorded on NPR Music & West Virginia Public Broadcasting's Mountain Stage in 2016. This episode hosted by assistant producer (and 2016 Mountain Stage guest host) Joni Deutsch.
eTown is an exciting weekly radio broadcast/podcast heard from coast to coast on NPR, public and commercial stations. Every eTown show is taped in front of a live audience and features performances from many of today's top musical artists as well as conversations and information about the world around us. eTown's mission is to educate, entertain and inspire a diverse audience through music and conversation in order to create a socially responsible and environmentally sustainable world.
Rank #1: eTown at Red Rocks: Lake Street Dive / Josh Ritter.
This week, it’s another installment of ‘eTown on the Road,’ as we’re joined by the powerhouse group Lake Street Dive (@lakestreetdive), as they headline Red Rocks Amphitheater for the first time. If you’re not yet familiar with them, LSD is renowned for their dynamic mix of alt-pop, rock, jazz and R&B, plus stellar vocals. And they come with their newest addition to the band, vocalist/keyboardist Akie Bermiss, the most recent band member to be added. Also stopping by is popular singer/songwriter Josh Ritter (@joshritter) (who joined us not too long ago for our Boone, North Carolina roadshow). And we’ll have a most informative conversation with gifted paleontologist and dear friend Ken Lacovara (@kenlacovara ), about how Red Rocks was formed. Learn more about Ken Lacovara at kennethlacovara.com As a 501c3 nonprofit organization, we couldn't do what we do without your support. Please consider a charitable donation to eTown this holiday season - www.eTown.org/giving
Rank #2: Tyler Childers / The Suitcase Junket / Chad Bernstein (Guitars Over Guns).
This week on the eTown airwaves we’re joined by Americana/country singer/songwriter Tyler Childers. Tyler fuses gritty original song lyrics with the folk, bluegrass and rock influences of his Appalachian upbringing. Also with us is “one-man-band” The Suitcase Junket, with his one of a kind sound created from an array of instruments all played at once. Rounding things […]
A great place to discover and relive vintage and modern rockabilly, blues, surf, roots, r&b, oldies, etc. Hear favorites and obscure tracks as well as exclusive interviews
Rank #1: JD McPherson: Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour 10-26-15.
JD McPherson is our guest this hour as we talk about his new project Let The Good Times Roll, Conan O'Brien, confused lyrics for ZZ Top (and his love of the band), opening for Robert Plant, writing with The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach, VeeJay 45, etc. We also hear brand new singles from Chris Isaak and the Legendary Shack Shakers, a request from JD for Sonny Burgess and much more on this week's Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour! Intro Voice Over- Rob "Cool Daddy" Dempsey Legendary Shack Shakers- "Mud" Buddy Holly- "Rock Me My Baby" JD McPherson interview: JD McPherson- "Everybody's Talking 'Bout The All American Segment 1 JD McPherson- "North Side Gal" Segment 2 JD McPherson- "It's All Over But The Shouting" Segment 3 JD McPherson- "Let The Good Times Roll" Segment 4 JD McPherson- "Head Over Heels" Segment 5 JD McPherson- "Bridgebuilder" Segment 6 JD McPherson- "It Shook Me Up" Segment 7 JD McPherson- "I Wish You Would" Segment 8 Sonny Burgess- "We Wanna Boogie Chris Isaak- "Please Don't Call"
Rank #2: Rockabilly N Blues Radio Hour- Billy Burnette interview and music.
Billy Burnette is our guest as we play music from him, his family and more!. You'll also hear his unreleased version of "All I Can Do Is Dream You" featuring Brian Setzer on guitar! Intro music bed- Link Wray- "Jack The Ripper" Johnny Burnette & The Rock & Roll Trio- "Train Kept A Rollin'" music bed- Johnny & Dorsey Burnette- "The Big House" Johnny Burnette & The Rock & Roll Trio- "Honey Hush" music bed- Duane Eddy- "Twango" Billy Burnette- "Tear It Up" Billy Burnette- "Don't Say No" music bed- The Ventures- "Apache" Dorsey Burnette- "Bertha Lou" Dorsey Burnette- "Tall Oak Tree" music bed- Johnny & Dorsey Burnette- "Rockin' Johnny Home" Billy Burnette- "Hey Daddy" (as "Billy Beau") music bed- Johnny & Dorsey Burnette- "Green Hills" Johnny Burnette- "You're Sixteen" music bed- The Ventures- "House Of The Rising Sun" Elvis Presley- "Suspicious Minds" Shawn Camp & Billy Burnette- "Burnin' Love" music bed- Kenny Vaughan- "Mysterium" Billy Burnette- "All I Can Do Is Dream You" Mick Fleetwood's Zoo- "Angel Come Home" Fleetwood Mac- "As Long As You Follow" Billy Burnette- "Oh Well" Billy Burnette- "Believe What You Say" Billy Burnette- "Everything Is Broken" music bed- Johnny & Dorsey Burnette- "Lonely Island" Johnny Cash- "A Boy Named Sue" Billy Burnette- "Ring Of Fire" music bed- Kenny Vaughan- Minuit Sur La Plage John Fogerty- "Lookin' Out My Back Door" Billy Burnette- "Rock N Roll With It" Billy Burnette- "Hot Rod Hillbilly" music bed- Johnny & Dorsey Burnette- "Bloody River" Billy Burnette- "Ready Already" Outro music bed- The Ventures- "Memphis"
Creative people sharing informal conversations, tall tales and vague recollections from backstage and beyond.
Rank #1: Episode 34: Todd Snider.
Todd talks about tripping on mushrooms and ecstasy, Chris Robinson’s drug of choice, his new book, recording with the Turbo Fruits, joining a band called The Hard Working Americans, sending mix tapes to Ray Wylie Hubbard, Jerry Jeff Walker stories, John Prine stories, meeting Chuck Berry, making a movie with Elizabeth Cook, advice to young people, making a live record with Jack Ingram and Kent Finlay, starting an East Nashville themed radio station, Guy Clark and John Prine critiquing his songs, etc.
Rank #2: Episode 81: Managing Townes Van Zandt.
John Lomax III talks about meeting Townes Van Zandt for the first time, becoming Townes’ manager, reading fan’s letters to Townes, filming Heartworn Highways, Uncle Seymour, Townes partying with Gram Parsons in Houston, Townes sitting in with The Allman Brothers, Townes’ love of Lightnin’ Hopkins, Townes’ artistic drive, the last time he saw Townes, Attending Townes’ funeral, etc
If you love Celtic music, then welcome to Irish & Celtic Music Podcast. Each week, you'll receive an hour-long award-winning Celtic radio show featuring some of the best independent Irish & Celtic music, and all 100% FREE! It is one of the top music podcasts on iTunes and receives over 10,000 downloads of each show each and every week. You can subscribe to have it automatically download through your favorite podcast player.Did I mention, it was FREE?
Rank #1: St. Patrick's Day Celtic Top 20 #299.
This extra-long St. Patrick's Day special highlights the Best Celtic Music of 2016 as voted on by you in the Celtic Top 20 with music from The Gothard Sisters, Heidi-Jane Schwabe, Ockham's Razor, Black Market Haggis, Stanley & Grimm, Sarah Marie Mullen, Skeleton McKee, Burning Bridget Cleary, Innisfall, Reel Treble, Liz Schettner, Faerydae, Corktown Popes, Rachel Hair Trio, Young Dubliners, Niteworks, Spirited Lads, Michael DeAngelis, Syr, Steel City Rovers. Listen. Like. SHARE. Then download 34 Celtic MP3s for Free! Subscribe to the Celtic Music Magazine. This is our free newsletter and your guide to the latest Celtic music and podcast news. Remember to support the artists who support this podcast: buy their CDs, download their MP3s, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast. Today's show is brought to you by Celtic Invasion Vacations Every year, I take Celtic music fans on an adventure of a lifetime. This is not your typical wham-bam-thank you m'aam tour. We travel in small groups. We explore the Celtic history of different regions. We don't need to see everything, because this is a vacation. Instead, our invasion brings out the relaxation and magic of our adventure. In 2018, you can join me on a Celtic Invasion of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Sign up to the mailing list at celticinvasion.com. Notes: * Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a musician and podcaster. You can share this show and find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. And you can support this show on Patreon. If you're new to this show on iTunes or elsewhere, I welcome you. My goal is to bring together small indie Celtic bands with Celtic music fans. So each week, I share an hour-long episode packed full of amazing indie Irish and Celtic music. Most of the bands, you have probably never heard of. Yes, there some that are turning heads in the Celtic music scene. 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