Celtic Christmas Albums

Many radio stations have started playing non-stop Christmas music and it’s really annoying. They play the same songs over and over again, year after year. For that reason, once they start on Christmas music (or Holiday music as they call it) I turn away from the radio and listen to my own music, Christmas and non-Christmas. I have a much wider variety of songs then the stations seem to possess and I’d gladly give my cd’s to a station if … Continue reading

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“In My Life” by Kathy Barwick

Kathy Barwick is an accomplished musician that plays the guitar, banjo, bass, mandolin and dobro.  She has more than 30 years’ experience in playing folk, bluegrass, blues and Irish music in various bands and in a variety of studio settings.  Drawing on her extensive experience she has splendidly blended these music styles to create a fantastic first solo album, “In My Life.” This collection of traditional tunes has a little bit of the Beatles thrown in just to keep you … Continue reading

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Review: “Memory Lane” by The High Kings

The High Kings’ album “Memory Lane” is a beautiful album that breathes new life into traditional Celtic songs. These four talented men (Darren Holden, Martin Furey, Brian Dunphy, and Finbarr Clancy) add a fresh sound to the songs that we all know and love. They show that even though the songs have been around and covered by many different artists, they can still be reworked for a new exciting sound. Each song is a great joy to listen to. From … Continue reading

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