Rainy Days #510
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House Of Hamill, Celtic Rain, Melanie Gruben, The Máirtín de Cógáin Project, The King's Busketeers, Eira, Bedlam Bards, Dublin Abbey, Spoil the Dance, Wakefire, Beth Patterson, Scythian, Wild Colonial Bhoys, Thomas Patrick Kenny
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3:52 - WELCOME
18:06 - FEEDBACK
31:40 - THANKS
51:33 - CLOSING
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Christian Hoffman emailed a photo on Facebook: "Hi Marc, Christian here from Stout Pounders. I took this photo while listing to Episode #508 on my way home from a celtic music gathering across the Cascades in Washington State. I was on Stevens Pass Highway (Hwy 2) and saw that I was coming up on Gunn Rd. I had to stop and get a photograph. Thanks for playing our kind of music. Sláinte."
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