I Am of Ireland #521
Be a part of Ireland with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Gaelynn Lea, Adam Young, Ashley Davis, Yeats in Song, Matt & Shannon Heaton, Thom Dunn, Jesse Ferguson, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Laughing Jack, The Darkeyed Musician & Grimwater, Bang On The Ear, The High Kings, Will Macmorran, Michael Darcy & The Atlantic Tramps, Drumspyder, The Elders, Skully
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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC
3:46 - WELCOME
18:42 - FEEDBACK
44:15 - THANKS
1:00:31 - CLOSING
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* Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. I am Marc Gunn. I’m a Celtic musician and podcaster. This show is dedicated to the independent Celtic musicians. Please support these artists. Share the show with your friends. And find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. You can also support this podcast on Patreon.
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I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK
What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to firstname.lastname@example.org
I missed this congrats from Jarrod Reynolds: "Hey Marc, Congrats on the 500th episode. I highly enjoy the podcast. One of my ancestral lines is Irish so Irish music has a special place in my heart, and the fact I've been to scotland, makes it that much more special. I was wondering if you had any suggestions for instrumental irish harp artists that specialize in jigs and reels. Slainte"
Domenico Rossi emailed a photo: "Hi Marc! It's Domenico here, from Italy!
I'm just listening to your podcast (ep. 517) while I'm finishing up details of my final thesis. You know how it works: each time you write even a single letter, images go everywhere, and you have to put them again in the correct place. And, of course, there always are small changes to do... and your wonderful podcast is here to help me!
Since I've become a patreon some months ago I can hear the episodes some days before usual, and it's a great way to start the week! (or also finish it, by listening to them again and again!)
Thanks for your work
God bless you
Joe Christensen emailed: "Hi Marc.
I've been listening and subscribing to your podcast for a long while. You have been, for a while now, asking what we are doing while we listen. I don't have a photo for you, but I am usually grading physics homework. Although they are unaware of it, I am quite sure the students appreciate that my mood is jaunty while I grade their work.
Speaking of students, which is my actual reason for writing, during the pandemic, I have been recording and posting my lectures so that students who are in quarantine, are caring for others who are sick, or are simply cautious about bringing the virus home to others can keep up with my class. Inspired by my gratitude to you for diligently maintaining the practice of including timestamps in all of your show notes (I can't tell you how helpful that has been), I started time-stamping my 50-minute lectures. Many students have expressed to me their gratitude for my effort in that regard and I wanted to share that gratitude with you. Your patience and attention to detail has benefits not just for those of us who listen and buy music we hear, but also has secondary benefits to those your listeners also interact with.
You are positively impacting in many ways.
Speaking of that, I am also grateful whenever you stand up for the women of Irish music, the LGBT community, and your broader support of a variety of people and cultures. Thank you!
Happy holidays. I hope you and your family are safe and healthy.”