Playlist: Post-St. Patrick’s Day Blues

St. Patrick’s Day is over and all the great music a Celtic culture has disappeared from it’s well-deserved visibility on the media.  It’s kinda sad, huh?  I want to help you through your post-St. Patrick’s Day blues by recommending a bunch of great Celtic music.  Give these artists a listen today.

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“Hills of America” by Emerald Rose
from Celtic Crescent

“The Shearin’s No’ for You” by Ed Miller
from The Edinburgh Rambler

“The Mooncoin (jigs)” by Cuig
from Prospect

“Tim Finegan’s Wake” by Barleyjuice
from Six Yanks

“By the Sionnain” by Damanta
from The Drunken Priest and the ghostly hymns of autumn

“Britches Full of Stitches” by Mrs. Ferris’ Pighouse Collection
from Mrs. Ferris’ Pighouse Collection

“The Newry Highwayman” by Seamus Kennedy
from Favorite Selections

“Captain Ludd” by TJ Hull and Jeff Ksiazek
from Eist

“As I Roved Out” by Celticana
from Celticana

“Jack Haggarty/Arthur McBride” by Whirly Jig
from Thing-A-Ma-Jig

“Will You Come Down to Limerick Set” by Athena Tergis
from A Letter Home

“P Stands for Paddy” by James Olin Oden
from Samhain’s March: A Winter Journey

“Roger the Shrubber Set” by Kennedy’s Kitchen
from A Pocket Full of Lint

Irish drinking songs and science fiction.  Nowhere else but from the bizarre imagination of Marc Gunn would those four elements be so riotously integrated. He is the Chief Editor of the Celtic Music Magazine and host of the award-winning Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.  His newest album Not Every Day Is St. Patrick’s Day topped the charts on iTunes and Amazon in January 2013..



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