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Helen St.Helen at Glasgow West End

Page leading to Eileen Ivers' Facebook Page where you can download a free sample from her upcoming CD, "Beyond the Bog Road", to be released February 2015.

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Eileen Ivers Download Sample

Free download sample off of Eileen Ivers' Facebook Page of her upcoming CD to be released February 2015.

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The Fleming Pipe Band Rating: 6 / 2 TimesRating: 6 / 2 TimesRating: 6 / 2 Times

Pipe Band from Belgium

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Brobdingnagian Bards Rating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 Times

A Renaissance in Celtic Music

The Brobdingnagian Bards (pronounced brAHb'ding-näg-EE-en) are The Original Celtic Renaissance duo combining unique instrumentation (autoharp, recorder & mandolin) that'll leave you hungry for more: Celtic drinking songs for breakfast; fantasy, folk and dragon sandwiches for lunch; and an extra helping of JRR Tolkien-esque instrumentals for dinner.

They are the #1 Celtic band on MP3.com with over Three Million MP3s downloaded making them one of the Top 10 bands on MP3.com...out of over 200,000! This success and their entertaining live show make them a favorite of Celtic and Renaissance Festivals despite the fact that they do not have a label.

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Emerald Rose Rating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 Times

[dohtml]High Energy Celtic Folk Rock Band from the mountains of North Georgia.

Their CD's include Emerald Rose, Bending Tradition, Fire in the Head: Emerald Rose Live, Celtic Crescent, and Rants and Rambles.[/dohtml]

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Coila - ceilidh band

Coila, the energetic celtic band, is based in Scotland and has toured in Europe and the USA/Canada performing at ceilidhs and festivals. Full details of the band and MP3 file downloads are on-site

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The Stationary Willberries

Stationary Willberries

"A trio from the Isle of Man, Stationary Willberries play traditional Manx folk, along with contemporary folk, blues and popular music by folks such as James Taylor, Bob Dylan and Paul Simon- and it all works wonderfully together. One of
their tunes is nothing more than a guitar solo lifted from a Beatles song- yet it is so exquistly crafted and performed it works beautifully as a stand alone song. This seasoned trio share other activities and interests with each other besides
music. Two of them are bicyclists, two of them teachers, a couple of them working in banks. Somehow these shared life interests have helped them form a musical bond that results in a sound that resonates emotionally as well as musically. It doesn't hurt that accordian player Alan Hess provides a strong
bass line lifted electrically from the left hand buttons of his accordian! " (Lee Widner - Feb 04 - Live 365)

It's a great sound and you can hear them on Highlander!

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malarki

bilingual trip hop collective from snowdonia

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CELTICA MAGAZINE Rating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 Times

Celtica is an Italian bimonthly magazine concerning celtic culture and music; each issue has attached a CD of celtic music by various artists. The content of the magazine is composed by items and reports on events, festivals and, generally, celtic culture. The magazine is normally sold through all the Italian newstands but it’s also possible to buy either the current and the old issues by mail order. Furthermore it’s possible to take out subscriptions either from Italy and from abroad. The official website of the magazine is www.celtica.it

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ceili.ie

At the time the original ceili.ie site went online, there were not many websites devoted to Irish traditional music, song and dance. In the meantime, this has changed completely and there are now many excellent websites dealing with traditional Irish Music, Song and Dance. So, we have re-designed ceili.ie as a search engine, specially for traditional Irish music, song and dance - please try it!

ceili.ie: Traditional Irish Music, Song and Dance Search Engine

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Kennedy, Ollie Rating: 8 / 1 TimesRating: 8 / 1 TimesRating: 8 / 1 TimesRating: 8 / 1 Times

Ollie Kennedy...the singer, the songwriter and the performer has been around a long time - he played with the showbands. He's played pubs and concert halls, he's been Foster and Allen's bass guitarist for longer than most of us can remember. As a musician, guess one could say he's middle of the road ( a little bit country, a little bit rock n roll, a little bit celtic) - yet distinctly Irish. Just listen to his "Squeezebox in Mullingar Town" and you'll find yourself transported to his Westmeath home.

This is Ollie's official homepage - and features a photo gallery, a newborn discography section, lyrics and a guestbook. If you know who Ollie Kennedy is - drop by and leave a hello. If yo've never heard of him...take a look anyway...you might be his next fan.

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harmonica

irish traditional and christian music played on harmonicas by dave hynes and noel battle (ten times all ireland champion)
this cd. is ideal for lovers of irish music. the site is very informative and features soundbytes

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McMusic International Rating: 10 / 2 TimesRating: 10 / 2 TimesRating: 10 / 2 TimesRating: 10 / 2 TimesRating: 10 / 2 Times

Official website of Scottish composer Tim McGowan now residing in the U.S.A Professional musician for 20 years writing music scores for Scottish theatre and film.

Soothing Instrumental music with a Scottish, Celtic Mood.

6 CD's to purchase from a secure site and free samples to listen to before you buy.

If this music doesn't stir and move you, I'll eat my kilt!

Drop by, sign my guestbook and say hello.

Award: Voted #1 Peoples Pick - Hottest Website at Webbie World by voters all over the world.

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Kiwicelt Wooden Flutes

Dedicated To The Traditional Irish Flute And The Wooden Flutes Made By Irish Flute Maker Martin Doyle. Kiwicelt Also Offers Resource And Inspirational Content.

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Bob Hay & the Jolly Beggars

Bob Hay & the Jolly Beggars are a string band from Athens, Georgia. Their recent release "Toils Obscure. Songs by Robert Burns" contains 11 songs by the 18th century Scots bard arranged with a bluegrass-tinged folk feeling. Visit the website for information about the band, schedule, links, information about Robert Burns. If you have comments or questions, please email us: [email protected]

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Caberfeidh Music

Caberfeidh Music promotes the music of Glasgow musician Kenny MacKenzie and in particular his album 'the reel mackenzie'


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Rowan Rating: 2 / 1 Times

Celtic trio from Lawrence, KS playing traditional and contemporary Celtic music throughout the midwestern U.S.

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Dan's free Irish music, lyrics and chords

Folksinger site, free music downloads, song lyrics and chords, South Florida pubs, sessions, entertainers

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Twinflame

Timeless, beautiful, transformational music that transcends time and space. Born of the angels, Inspired by the gods. Music that will open your heart and heal a wounded world. Rebecca Hilton & Wen Boley make the duo Twinflame. They met each other in 1996 & have created the mystical sound that has enchanted many. To date the group has 4 cd's, "In The River", "Journey of Souls", "Peaceful Warriors & the newest "Create Your Day".


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Barleyjuice

"A lovely little drinking band with a serious ceilidh problem". Out of the Delaware Valley and the confines of the East Coast, is the band Barleyjuice. A group of Yanks keeping the fine tradition of drinking, fighting, courting, dying and sailing songs. Once called "The Rolling Pogues", Barleyjuice merges the traditional Celtic music with the energy of the 21st Century. Kilts, bagpipes, amps and attitude.

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Dom DufF

Dom DufF, breton singer-songwriter, in his native breton langage. samples, news, gigs, lyrics, ...

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The Rogues

Roguetrip! Home page for the Rogues of Scotland, a Celtic music band from Houston, Texas, featuring EJ Jones (formerly of Clandestine), Jeremy Freeman (second place in the 2004 Silver Medal piping competition at the Northern Meeting at Inverness), Nelson Stewart and Randy Wothke.

Roguetrip, the Rogues' newest CD, combines bagipes (acoustic and electronic), driving percussion, keyboards and guitars to create the most daring Rogues album to date, which includes everything from traditional Breton melodies to original Top 40 and funk, and, of course, the Rogues' signature bagpipe tunes.

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Ron Lindsay's Americelt Music

Just what is Americelt Music ?

Well, Ron Lindsay, a singer songwriter and bona fide celt from Dundee on the East Coast of Scotland would say it is an 'innovative blend of acoustic roots, folk and country laced with the taste of celtic cream'. His debut album Americelt Union features 12 carefully chosen songs which have been produced to create this celtic influenced blend.

Ron's career began in the mid 70's. Life events in 1980 resulted in his music dreams being placed carefully on the 'sometime later shelf'. It took until 2002 before his sometime later eventually arrived. Now working closely with LA based producer John Wooler, Ron is again writing material inspired by his passion for melody and lyric driven music based on real life events, love, conflict and his battle with mental illness.

His album Americelt Union is the result of the new industry contacts made over the last 3 years. Barbara Orbison, wife of the legendary Roy Orbison is one of these new contacts. She asked him to record some celtic inspired demos of classic songs written by her late husband. The results were enthusiastically received and consideration is now being being given to the potential for an americelt compilation of the Big O's hits. The demos of Pretty Woman and Only The Lonely then featured on Iain Anderson's BBC Radio Scotland Show. This generated the seeds of a plan for Ron and producer John Wooler to put together an album of songs written by classic writers of the 60's and 70's and produced in a style aptly titled americelt.

Recorded at Steakhouse Studios, Los Angeles in Novermber 2004, Americelt Union was released on 4 July 2005. The americelt production concept brought together a top class studio band which featured David Immergluck of Counting Crows on acoustic guitars, mandolin, dobro and pedal steel. Stephen Hodges of Tom Waits Band took care of drums and percussion while Jeff Turmes of Fabulous Thunderbirds played bass. Eric Rigler of Braveheart Film Soundtrack fame added his ullian pipes with Kathleen Keane of Bad Haggis on fiddle and accordion. An album truly laced with the taste of celtic cream.

Ron is currently writing new material for his next release scheduled for late 2006. This album will mostly feature his own self penned material. He is also exploring collaboration, more americelt style production work and film score writing opportunities.


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Bagpiper for Hire; Tampa Bay, FL

Bagpiper available for weddings, receptions, formal dinners, corporate functions, funerals, memorials, and special events of all kinds throughout the greater Tampa Bay area.

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LISTENERS FM Rating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 Times

24/7 Fun Source E-Music Station!

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The Irish Rebel Music of Padraig Mor

[dohtml][dohtml]Site dedicated to promoting the formation of a 32 county sovereign & socialist Irish Republic via the rebel music of Glasgow/ Irish balladeer Padraig Mor & the rebel bands he has played in over the years ...Saoirse & Shebeen.[/dohtml][/dohtml]

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JACKDAW Rating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 Times

South Buffalo Brick Throwin Celtic Rock. This Band was voted Buffalo' Best Rock Band 4 Years in a row.
JACKDAW is Terrific!

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Clann An Drumma

About Us

If you have never heard or seen a performance by Clann An Drumma, then you may be left wondering just who exactly we are ?

It's simple really, Clann An Drumma means "Children of the Drum" - and that's exactly what we are - an exciting, energetic and rhythmic band, from Glasgow in Scotland. Our music has been passed down to us from our ancestors and is dominated by rhythm, enhanced by the skirl of the pipes, flavoured with enchanting vocals and wrapped in the warmth of our country !

On first impressions, you might think we are "just another Scottish pipes and drums band" - but when the percussion kicks in, you will soon realise that is not the case. Clann An Drumma's thunderous approach to percussion gives a brilliant new flair to those traditional pieces - and brings a whole new style of music to your living room !

Why not explore the rest of our website, meet the band, check out some sample tracks, view our photo albums, browse our community forums, or catch up on the latest with our fans in the LIVE chat ?




Whatever you do, have fun and KEEP IT TRIBAL !!



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Song Lyrics

Offering MP3 music downloads, musical instruments, shopping, ringtones, guitar tabs, song lyrics, concert tickets and social networking for bands and artists.

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Cecile Corbel - celtic harp and song

Welcome on Cécile Corbel’s official website, celtic harpist and singer, all the concerts and news. (french and english versions)

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Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band of St. Paul, MN Rating: 10 / 2 TimesRating: 10 / 2 TimesRating: 10 / 2 TimesRating: 10 / 2 TimesRating: 10 / 2 Times

ABOUT THE BAND

The Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band was established in 1962 to preserve and advance Celtic piping, drumming, and dancing. We are one of the oldest existing pipe bands in the Upper Midwest. Over the years the Brian Boru Band has become a fixture in parades, celebrations, dances, and an increasing number of private festivities. We play for local, regional, and national events, adding a sense of tradition and spirit of pageantry to every program in which we participate.


Our distinctive Irish uniforms -- the saffron kilt, black tunic, and black cabeen (beret) with green or red plumes -- are modeled after traditional Irish pipe bands. A number of the band members wear the original brass buttons from uniforms of the Irish Volunteers, the very units involved in the historic Easter Uprising in Dublin, 1916. Officers of the Brian Boru Band, recognized by the distinctive red sash worn across their left shoulder, choose the tunes you hear.

Some of the music performed by the Brian Boru Band came out of that fierce era of Ireland's past. Other pieces are more modern, and many are much, much older -- ancient reels and airs, timeless ballads and war marches, and lively, lighthearted jigs.





Every member of the Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band is a volunteer, and each performance represents hours of personal time dedicated to providing our listeners with the finest pipe and drum music available. Ask any band member about the free weekly babpipe and drum lessons available for anyone interested.

Weddings, parades, family reunions, or other celebrations are made much more special by performances by the Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band, or by one or two pipers. We would be honored to help you turn a piping performance into one of the highlights of your event. The skirl of the pipes, the beat of the drums, and the graceful high step of our dancers make every occasion memorable.


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Iad Fein

Website for Iad Fein, Celtic band from Western New York

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Eileen Ivers & Immirgrant Soul with Burhan Ocal

Eileen Ivers, Celtic fiddle
Burhan Ocal, Turkish instrumentalist

Immigrant Soul:
Tommy McDonnell, vocalist
Isaac Alderson, uilleann pipes, flute, whistles
James Riley, guitar, backing vocals
Gregory Jones, bass, backing vocals

Burhan Öçal performs with Eileen Ivers & Immigrant Soul – one of the great innovators and pioneers in the Celtic and World Music genres. The collaboration of African and Latin percussion and bass, Irish instruments, and American soulful vocals with Turkish instruments will be unlike any show you have seen or heard before.

Tickets: $46, $42, $39, $35, $25, $70 (box) For more information, call the Philharmonic Society at (949) 553-2422 or visit www.philharmonicsociety.org





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Arranmore Rating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 Times

A fun-lovin' Celtic folk band from Chicago.

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DesertSnow

A site featuring music by various artists for the purpose of encouraging people, especially those who have lost loved ones.

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Official Website of Michael Londra

Official website of Michael Londra, the Celtic singer best known as the lead voice from Riverdance on Broadway and the Passion of the Christ Symphony. Michael is also the music director and creator of RadioCelt, the largest Celtic station online.

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Celeste Ray Music

Celeste Ray Ensemble is a Celtic Folk Group with world influences featuring vocals and the Bowed Psaltery. (A unique bowed harp that dates back to the Renn Era). We have four CDs out and our latest, "Strings of Gold" spans Irish, Folk and World music styles.

In Australia I performed for the Governor of Queensland and toured down uder for 6 months. Presently living in New York City, I recently opened for a Pete Seeger concert.

We enjoy gigging both on the East and West Coasts and are looking to tour in the UK. Visit our site and see what we're up to!

Erin go Bragh!

Celeste Ray Ensemble

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Frank McNamara, Composer, Arranger, Conductor, Pianist

Official website of Frank McNamara, the internationally acclaimed Music Director best known for his work with The Irish Tenors, The American Tenors and the Argent Mortgage Orchestrated concert series.

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Scotloads music download site

Music site promoting all types of Scottish music. The musicians and bands update their own accounts and the majority of all download fees go directly to them. Browse the catalogue, listen to samples, download some tracks and support the independent Scottish music scene!

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National Geographic Celtic Music

Thanks to large immigrant communities, the music of Ireland and Scotland has spread all over the globe, and it has even insinuated itself into the mainstream. However, the Celtic realm actually consists of six nations, subdivided into two groups of three homelands that are related to one another by language and culture. Ireland (Eire), along with the UK-based Scotland (Alba) and Isle of Mann (Mannin or Ellan Vannin) make up one linguistic branch, known as Goidelic, while the other, called Brythonic, is comprised of Wales (Cymru), Cornwall (Kernow), also geographically in the U.K., plus Brittany (Breizh) in Western-most France, as well as the region of Galicia in Northwest Spain.

Read more from the National Geographic Celtic Music page!

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Cleveland Celtic Podcast

Three times a month, new shows posted featuring the best Celtic Rock and Contemporary Celtic Artists today. Bands featured include Seven Nations, The Young Dubliners, The Elders, Gaelic Storm, Great Big Sea, Brother, The Glengarry Bhoys, Arminta & Blaq Lily, Brace Yourself Bridget, AND MANY MORE!

Interviews with band members by the hostess, Wendy Donahue, are also posted. Some past interviews include The Glengarry Bhoys, The Fenians, Homeland, Searson, and Gaelic Storm.

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Bottoms up band Rating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 Times

Canadian celtic/maritime band from New Brunswick Canada.

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Hazel Whyte Rating: 9 / 1 TimesRating: 9 / 1 TimesRating: 9 / 1 TimesRating: 9 / 1 TimesRating: 9 / 1 Times

Hazel Whyte: Celtic Musician & Balladeer, is a Scots born ex nurse with a love of Celtic ballads.

Hazel has entertained in many parts of the world, including several European Countries, The USA and Caribbean.

On her site you can hear some of her own compositions – “River of Time” and “Widows Tears” to name some, and a substantial variety of traditional Scots and Celtic ballads.

The songs, some simply vocals sung in her unique lilting voice, through self accompaniment on the guitar to those performed with others are free listening on the web from her site.

If it has been a while since you heard a variety that includes traditional music such as "I will Go" and "Leezie Lindsay" through bawdy sea shanties' like "Liverpool Judies" to Tenement songs such as "The Jellie Piece" and "Coulters' Candy" then this easily navigated site has much to offer.

Hazel has also included traditional lyrics to each of the songs on her site - with more music being added monthly to this large and interesting web site.

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Jimmy Carbomb Rating: 10 / 2 TimesRating: 10 / 2 TimesRating: 10 / 2 TimesRating: 10 / 2 TimesRating: 10 / 2 Times

Jimmy Carbomb is a member of that fantastic Celtic rock band called Barleyjuice. He is a big supporter of Celtic Radio and now has his own site. It is awesome! - He's got Jokes, Pictures, Links, Kilts, Downloads and more. A great resource site and also some cool stuff on Barleyjuice. Give it a peek!


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Bruce Davies, Award-winning Troubadour

Bruce is an amazing singer-songwriter. Once you've heard his music, you will be a fan for life!

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Sliotar

Sliotar is a three piece band based in Dublin playing traditional music. The roots of the tunes they play come from the music of Ireland but are played in an original style thanks to the wide ranging influences of the members of the trio. Sliotar’s latest studio album, Crew of Three, has in its making seen the development of the groups unique approach to composition and arrangement which can be heard for itself at any of their 200+ gigs a year. The energy of their live show is something that can only be experienced and is not for the faint hearted.
Sliotar has performed extensively in the European folk music circuit. They have performed in Holland, Belgium, Germany, France, Denmark, Czech rep. Slovakia, Finland and Israel. Their music has been heard in all types of venues from a small irish pubs, Folk clubs, theaters to big international folk festivals, like Folkwoods in Holland. In Dublin you can see Sliotar perform in the famous Porterhouse. But also the band spends substantial time in their tour bus traveling around Europe.


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Celtic Warrior Music

Born out of the spirit of protest!
Activism is the primary message behind the music on our label. Activism through song, which we hope will change the mess that this world is currently in. The artists on our label feel passionate for the rights of all people to live in and on their land and for all beings to exist. At this site, you will hear a selection of songs of various artists, streamed free. Highlander Radio can be contacted if you want to have this music played online to all true "folkies", the activists of yesterday and today!

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Dreamtalker

chill out and let it all flow out

Two musicians - One sound:

Lay back, relax and let your imagination and feelings go free as you experience a diverse mix of rhythms, cultures myths, emotions and visions.


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The Crossing

The Crossing are a Traditional Celtic Folk band out of Chicago.

For over twenty years the Crossing has been crafting music to warm up your heart and get your feet moving, With their intricate arrangements of traditional and original Celtic tunes, the Crossing has been received enthusiastically by Celts on both sides of the Atlantic. Instrumentation includes Highland pipes, fiddle, whistle, flute, harp, guitars, bouzouki, cello, and bodhran, just to name a few. Their song lyrics express a concern for the least of God's people and a celebration of the greatness of God Himself. The Crossing is a group whose love for Celtic music is enriched by love for the one who created the Celtic peoples and their lands.

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Dan Sindel - Symphonic Guitars

Symphonic Guitars..!
What if the Classical Masters had access to Electric Guitars, Amps, Fuzz Boxes, Wah Wah pedals, Digital Delays, Flangers, Multitrack Hard Disk Recording Devices, Computers and other various Digital Sound Processing toys”?

Dan Sindel, a “One Man Orchestra” recreates Orchestral Scores by transposing and transcribing the compositions to fit the guitars tonal range…. Hundreds of layered guitar tracks create a massive electric guitar “Wall of Sound.”

Starting at age 9, Dan began learning trumpet and later moved on to playing the French horn and trombone in various Junior and Senior High School Jazz bands and orchestras.

Then one day it was all over! After hearing Jimmy Page hit the open "D" string and toggle the pickup selector switch and launch into the live version of "The Song Remains the Same," Dan knew his life would never quite "remain the same"...

This newfound discovery became a sonic obsession and the first order of business was to learn how to play guitar. At 14, Dan signed up for lessons with an amazing teacher, Philippe Willems (Facts Of Music®) who in turn was a protégé of the Legendary ‘Chord Chemist’ Ted Greene (R.I.P). After a few years studying with Philippe, Dan was fortunate enough to start taking private lessons with Ted Greene and continued to study with Ted on and off for over 20 years."

Dan has been recording an extensive catalog of public domain orchestral works showcasing his musical depth and versatility as well as his own diverse musical compositions. His musical influences range from classical, jazz, ragtime, big band, swing, marching band to rock and heavy metal in all its forms.

Music is his passion and Dan's demo work has been receiving international acclaim, airplay and was voted first place in the 2005 DMusic Awards (www.dmusic.com) in the classical category with his interpretation of Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons - The Spring.

2006 was a great year; having received well over 200,000 downloads via his site, blog and podcast’s Dan is absolutely thrilled as an upcoming artist to see that so many people are enjoying his ‘Symphonic Guitar’ approach.”

Furthering his ‘Symphonic Guitars’ concept, Dan is in pre-production for his debut Album “Marching In - A Tribute to the March King” - John Philip Sousa” working in conjunction with Grammy Award Winning engineer, Khaliq Glover (Marcus Miller/Herbie Hancock/Prince).

“Marching In” has a scheduled 2007 release date.

web: http://www.dansindel.us
blog: http://dansindel.wordpress.com




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