About Randy Williams

Randy Williams is an Air Force veteran who studies European history and computer science in Colorado Springs. He dabbles with the bodhrán, guitar, and tin whistle but prefers to appreciate the professionals on Celtic MP3s Music Magazine. Randy never misses the traditional pubs during his travels, be it to Ireland, Italy or the United States where he has learned Celtic musical traditions from a wide variety of artists.

“Old Dirt Road” by Lexington Field

One of the greatest things about modern Celtic music is that it is constantly changing to appeal to new audiences.  San Diego natives, Lexington Field, mix Celtic rhythm, traditional violin, good old American electric guitar, and blend it with a … Continue reading

“Here We Stand” by Cross The Border

In this age of social media, the spirit of music has found fertile ground.  In 2007, two kindred spirits met on an acoustic music forum planting the seeds for Cross the Border.  Native to Glasgow, Scotland, Stoo Nicol had found … Continue reading

Review: “Giant’s Dance” by Giant’s Dance

The traditions of Celtic music cover many styles from the lands of the British Isles. Giant’s Dance, a quartet of musicians and vocalists from Durango, Colorado dance gracefully between traditional Scottish and Irish standards in their self-titled debut album. Giant’s … Continue reading