Swallowtail Jig & Other Celtic Tunes #526
Put on your dancing shoes for the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast needs your toes tapping with this instrumental Celtic music special
Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer, Matt & Shannon Heaton, Jen Midkiff, Adam Young, Gaelynn Lea, Harmundi, Eamonn Flynn, Across the Pond, Lissa-Kathe, Old Blind Dogs, Will Macmorran, Duncan Cameron, Ockham's Razor, Wolf & Clover
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Alied Pérez Martínez emailed: "Hi Marc, Since my last mail I've moved to England, but due to the "Cerveza" issue I haven't been able to visit the Celtic lands nearby. Until last weekend when, to take advantage of the bank holiday, I went to Manchester to visit my brother.
From there we went to Colwyn Beach and hiked to Llandudno, with a short stop at Angel Bay, North Wales. There I took some footage and photos of the beautiful Welsh coastline and landscape.
And this is where your expertise is required. I want to publish it to YouTube, and use some Welsh music as background. Can you suggest me tunes/artists to use? Either safe tracks or from artists who agree to be used. Proper credit will be acknowledge, of course. The video should probably be around 7 minutes; no more than 10 minutes.
What you think? Whom should I ask but the Celt Father?"
Episode #183 is the Music of Wales. Additional artists: Robin Huw Bowen, No Murder No Moustache, Allan Yn Y Fan
Brian McReynolds emailed a photo from episode 516: "Listening to the latest episode while relaxing on Cannon Beach, OR."
John Spencer II emailed: "Love Celtic music and your podcasts. Hi Mark. I really enjoy your work and the music on all of the Celtic music podcast. I'm currently enjoying it with a cup of strong coffee and playing Lord of the Rings Online."