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Arise & Go, W. Ed Harris, Faoileán, Mary - Kate Spring Lee, The Inland Seas, Brian Quigley, The Poor Clares, Ed Yother, Rover's Way, Eclectic Revival, Scottish Fish, Roehind, Ashley Davis Band, MànranGET CELTIC MUSIC NEWS IN YOUR INBOX
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0:02 - Intro: Thom Strizek
0:09 - Arise & Go "Jean - Paul Jigs: Le Tourment / Korolenko" from Meeting Place
3:35 - WELCOME
6:34 - W. Ed Harris "Captain Campbell / Calum Breugach" from Family, Friends, Choices, & Memories
9:35 - Faoileán "Martinmastime" from Far Hills
16:07 - Mary - Kate Spring Lee "The Wounded Hussar" from Tunes in the Morning
19:42 - The Inland Seas "Arthur McBride" from Crown of Clover
23:33 - FEEDBACK
27:36 - Brian Quigley "Billy O'Shea" from Tales of Distant Shores
30:23 - The Poor Clares "Paddy O'Blivious set" from Resurrected Lover
32:14 - Ed Yother "The Roving Peddler" from First Figure
35:48 - Rover's Way "Best Damn Life" from The Journey
39:11 - THANKS
42:28 - Eclectic Revival "Mist Covered Mountains" from Life & Love
47:05 - Scottish Fish "Morb" from Upscale
54:09 - Roehind "Caite a Bheil i" from Buile
58:19 - Ashley Davis Band "You Haven't Left Me" from When the Stars Went Out
1:01:38 - CLOSING
1:03:37 - Mànran "Crow Flies" from Ùrar
1:06:53 - CREDITS
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Dan McClain emailed a photo while Listening to Black Tower #635 on a Northbound Train: "Hello, Today I’m listening to episode #635 while I travel on AmTrak’s Texas Eagle from Taylor TX to Bloomington IL. Attached picture is the train station at Temple TX. Thank you for all you do to celebrate and promote Celtic music."
Patrick Rieger emailed some photos: "Hi Marc, I wanted to thank you for choosing my message from a few months back to read on the air and share the photo in the show notes in episode 615 of the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast.
You are very right, it is wonderful to be more involved in the community and help spread the fun and the joy of Celtic music and other aspects of the culture. And to think it all started 17 years ago when a friend told me about something called renaissance festivals.
Celtic Pittsburgh is growing. My wife and son have joined in, as well as a friend. We had tables at the Pittsburgh Irish Festival, and the Ligonier Highland Games.Thanks to those events we have many more subscribers on our Facebook page, and I have learned about other events and other musicians and bands I had not heard of before.
I have attached a few photos. The Irish festival was held on the site of an old steel mill in Rankin, Pa, just outside of Pittsburgh. In one photo, Sue Borowski's group, RichPatrick, can be seen performing at the Ligonier Highland Games.
On Labor Day weekend, Sue and I were interviewed on the radio! It was an "I can't believe I am doing this" moment. If you care to have a listen, here is the link.
Again, thank you!
Woodland Folk sent some photos in September