Poor But Happy #483
I’d rather be poor and happy with great Celtic music on the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.
Poitin, John Doyle, Pol Mac Adaim, Friday Frolics, Brother Sea, The Whiskey Boys, Jessica Victoria, Devils Water, Alex Sturbaum, Nick Metcalf, Rick Metcalf, The John Byrne Band, Ciunas, Sprag Session, Roads to Home
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THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC
4:10 - WELCOME
23:45 - CELTIC FEEDBACK
38:33 - CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
58:58 - CLOSING
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CELTIC PODCAST NEWS
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Michael Carey shared a photo: "Walking our Sulcatta tortoise in west palm Fl listening to some great Celtic music"
Joel Smith commented on Patreon: "I went to a Gothard sisters show at RONAN high school in Montana in 2012 or 2013. It was awesome and in a really small town"
Ross McMath emailed: "Hello Marc, I love the podcast and have made a huge playlist (over 1000 songs and counting) on Spotify of my favourite tunes and i love playing them when waiting for the next podcast. Can you please send me a link to where I can donate to support your efforts? Slàinte mhath"
Jonathan Roussos emailed: "Marc, I have been a listener for many years and finally became a patron. I have spent many hours listening to the podcast, largely while driving long distances.
I was first introduced to Irish music many many years ago with the Irish Rovers and the Chieftains.
I have been a morris dancer (not quite Celtic) for many years and eventually started doing Irish Set and Ceili dancing and my daughter competed Irish Dancing when she was young now.
Going through a serious case of withdrawal from live Irish performance and dance. Thanks for helping to keep me sane."