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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 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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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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[dohtml]A technology blog focusing on Life, Programming and Developing for internet radio websites - run by the creator of Celtic Radio![/dohtml]

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Celtic Woman Fan Site Forum

We would like to invite you to our Celtic Woman Fan Site Forum. On our forum we have topics on Chloë Agnew, Lisa Kelly, Méav Ní Mhaolchatha,Órlagh Fallon,Máiréad Nesbitt,Hayley Westenra,Deirdre Shannon,David Downes,and the Orchestra, Choir And Other Cast Members. You can also ask Chloë,Lisa,Méav,Órlagh,Máiréad,Hailey a question or leave them a message As time permits they will be stopping by to read them. We also have Topics on The Lark Newsletter about Méav Ní Mhaolchatha, Published by Marie-France and Beth Rice. We have The Celtic Woman Unofficial Fan Club FREE to join you will also receive a Certificate And Photo of Celtic Woman, We also have LIVE Webcams of Dublin and other cities in Ireland. Other topics include learn Irish with us and Celtic Culinary Creations with fantastic Irish recipes. Plus much much more. This is a family oriented forum therefor there will be absolutely no form of profanity or pornography on this forum. We do not and WILL NOT! condone any advertising of commercial sites on this forum or any post of similar interests. The forum is FREE come join us.

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Check out these lads from Scotland!!!

Their music is awesome!!


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scotchsnap.com - Scottish Sheet Music In a SNAP!

"Old Favourites and New Contemporary Scottish Music All Priced at Pennies a Page. Listen, View and Download Direct to your Printer.

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Neil O'Neill's personal site--for acting projects too! Contains link to neiloneilltheceltictyger which has music samples from his CD Scotch Melody Maker!! As well as posted upcoming music gigs and festivals! Please join up!


Neil O..!

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Kris Cade

Kris Cade is a singer and songwriter and guitarist, gigging in Scotland and trying to get the treasured attention of an A and R in America. His music includes almost every genre, but focuses on the acoustic and electric guitar sounds.

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Deerstet Music Productions

Website containing my own compositions and recordings categorised by : classical, contemporary, meditative and celtic.

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High Road Celtic Band Rating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 TimesRating: 10 / 1 Times

High Road is a Celtic music group based out of Memphis, TN.

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Celtic Harp Music by Anne Roos

Anne Roos is considered at the top of her field as a Celtic Harpist. She is a many-faceted performer who excels as a soloist in concert, as well as with her ensemble, with her years of experience and extensive music list. Her recorded music has aired internationally and has been described as "lovely" and "enchanting".

Anne Roos' love of English and Celtic music blossomed as a child and young teen at Southern California Renaissance Fairs, when she became involved singing in madrigal groups, performing period music. She started playing the Celtic harp quite by accident. While employed at an incredibly stressful job, Anne serendipitously met Sylvia Woods at a booth full of little Celtic Harps at a Winter Solstice Fair and began taking private instructions from her as a creative outlet. Then came music theory courses at UCLA and eventually teaching music for the Los Angeles Unified School District.

Anne has been performing throughout the country for more than twenty years as a soloist at resort hotels, convention centers, cruise ships, concert venues, highland games, Celtic and Renaissance fairs, casino clubs, wineries, meditation retreats-- you name it. She has been invited to perform for several dignitaries, including the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Ireland!

She makes her home at Lake Tahoe and continues to perform regularly, priding herself on the ability to be versatile and take requests: playing anything from O'Carolan's Irish music and Greensleeves, to Beatles love songs and Stairway to Heaven, and just about everything in between.

Anne’s CD projects demonstrate quality musicianship and versatility. Anne’s albums are unique--Her recent releases are actually little books with CDs tucked neatly into the back page. She recognizes that her listeners enjoy reading about the background of the music on her CDs.

Anne’s latest release, “A Light in the Forest”, is her most technically beautiful recording to date. It was recorded in 5.1 Surround Sound, and is perhaps the first folk/world/Celtic CD to be available in this format. The disc contains music of the Celtic harp with a small ensemble performing music about the woods and woodland creatures (fairies, elves, trolls, nymphs, leprechauns, and more). It’s packaged in a 31-page hardcover book describing the folk history and legends of the tunes.

Anne arranged and recorded a special Celtic wedding music CD called “Haste to the Wedding,” in direct response to the many requests she received from brides and grooms. “Haste to the Wedding” is popular with couples looking for romantic music to accompany their wedding festivities. It includes traditional Celtic music played on solo harp accompanied by an ensemble of traditional instruments. This CD is enclosed in a 48-page hardcover book containing vintage color images, Celtic toasts, blessings, legends, wedding traditions, and recipes. It’s a “must-have” for weddings.

“Mermaids and Mariners” features traditional and original music of the sea, arranged by Anne for both solo Celtic Harp and harp within a small ensemble. The beautiful sea ballads and shanties are packaged inside a 24-page hardcover book containing a bounty of illustrations and tales about life at sea. Selections from this recording have been featured on United Airlines Inflight Music Service.

One of her earliest projects, “Through the Mist,” features original New Age flute and harp duets, with flutist David Blonski. This recording is enhanced with soothing environmental sounds woven into the selections. This recording remains a favorite among massage therapists and yoga enthusiasts.

Anne’s Celtic harp can also be heard on a number of recordings available through the Siddha Yoga Foundation in South Fallsburg, New York, featuring music based on Indian ragas. She has recorded as a guest artist on many other projects.

"I really enjoy improvising from a skeletal idea of a song and seeing where it will go. I can get creatively stale playing solo harp as often as I do; I always get great new ideas playing with others. So, I relish the time working with great musicians, like the ones on my CDs," says Anne.

View Anne Roos' entire song list, concert information, and biography at www.celticharpmusic.com. For booking information, send an email to [email protected]

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The Mizzen Men

The Mizzen Men are a Celtic/Folk Trio based out The Maritime Provinces... The group, which are all multi-instrumentalists, consists of Wayne Burke on Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar and Bodhran; Tom Mills on Lead Guitar, Mandola, and background/harmony vocals; and Ray Carrier on Bass Guitar, Harmonica's, Whistles and background/harmony vocals… Their repertoire consists of many original compositions, rollicking Sea Shanty's, haunting Folk songs, along with a wide variety of tunes from many genres… The Mizzen Men have been entertaining audiences all around Atlantic Canada since 1999, most recently at such venues as "The Stan Rogers Folk Festival", "The 2006 East Coast Music Awards", and the 2006 Canadian Country Music Awards"…

The lads have just completed recording their third and new CD "Folk Songs & Sea Shanty's", at The Sound Expression Studio's in Lake Utopia, NB with Producer Christian Gay... With a busy and exciting summer ahead of them, The Mizzen Men plan to focus their efforts toward concerts and the Festival circuit, as this is where their true passion lies… Getting their audiences involved in their "Maritime Kitchen Party" shows, has made The Mizzen Men a favourite among convention organizers and concert goers all around the Maritimes… So prepare to tap your toes, clap your hands and sing along, as this trio invites you into their kitchen for a good ole' fashion Maritime Ceilidh… <br><br>


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The Desert Piper - Eric Boyd

Eric Boyd is an award winning, third-generation bagpiper of Scottish descent. He has been playing and writing music for the Great Highland Bagpipe since he was only ten years old. Eric was trained by some of the best Bagpiping instructors in the United States, including Pipe Majors’ Seamus Coyne, Allan Weidlich, Stephen Megarity & Glen Thompson as well as John McLean Allan. His natural talent and extensive training have helped him to earn several first place medals at Bagpiping competitions all over the west coast as well as a Celtic Radio Music Award nomination.

Eric is a former member of the Celtic band Silent Planet as well as the prestigious Los Angeles Police Department Pipe Band, City of Glendale Pipe Band and Cabar Feidh Pipe Band. Eric has performed with world renowned bagpiper Eric Rigler and his band Bad Haggis, as well as The Pacific Symphony Orchestra, Golden Bough, The Wicked Tinkers, Carol Tatum, The Browne Sisters & George Cavannah. Eric regularly performs with the Celtic band Tartanic.

He has performed at a multitude of concert venues as well as various private events for television and film stars such as Darryl Hannah and Rob Knepper of Fox’s Prison Break. He has also played his bagpipes in the film Primary Colors with John Travolta and Larry Hagman and in a European televised commercial for Intel. Eric’s non-musical talents have been put to use in the television show Monster House (Episode: Sultan House) as well as on the construction crew’s for the film Almost Heroes and television show Renovate My Family. Eric’s most recent film credit is included in the independent film "Juan Frances: Live".

In addition to the Great Highland Bagpipes, Eric also plays the Scottish small Pipes, acoustic, electric & bass guitar, tin whistle, drums, keyboards & piano.

Eric is currently working on various solo projects including a new album slated for release in February 2008.

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Celtic Woman Chorus Fan Forum

Fan forum for the Chorus of Celtic Woman.

Great people, conversation and laughs await.

Come join us, and learn about the talented people of the Celtic Woman Chorus.

Roísin Dempsey, Catrina Scullion, Amy Rivard, Helen Kelly, Catherine Neylan, Una Pedreschi, Kira Deegan.

Julian David Edwards, Niall McGrath, Sean Loftus, Andrew

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Wicked Tinkers message board

Hope this link works as it is all new.

This is a message board for Wicked Tinker fans.

The board is still in creative progress. Please be patient, but feel free to post comments on the board at any time.


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Neo-Medieval Celtic Quartet

BAY AREA (SF) Ensemble specializing in Celtic and Early European Music. Celtic Harp, Guitars, Cello, Flute, recorders, oboe, whistles, fram drum, four-part vocals! BROCELIANDE!

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baconworks music

Celtic music, fife and drum, and original music by Greg Bacon. Over thirty recordings of Irish flute, penny whistle, guitar, bouzouki, tenor banjo, fife and bodhran. In addition, may tunes are original and sheet music is provided.

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Celtic New Age singersongwriters from the UK producing a unique blend of contemporary Celtic vocal folk, based on Celtic legend and storytelling. Seven albums to date two available for listening on Celtic radio net. A new album to be released soon based on Arthurian legend. Music is now available for licensing for film and commercials. Through listeners votes a total of ten tracks from various albums have made it to the top tier of the folk genre at www.songvault radio and now receive permanent airplay.

author: Pete Brown

Serundal - CD - Leylines

'Leylines' by Serundal is the prequel to the story of the Legend of Serundal and is intended to promote the trilogy of albums on the theme of the legend and The Kingdom Of Roth, 'Ab Initi' being the first in the series. I'm impressed with 'Leylines' and I marvel at the creativity and productivity of Serundal and their beautiful visionary epic. Serundal's website tells of "A Celtic World of Music Poetry and Magic" - and, make no mistake, that's exactly what you get!

'Leylines' actualy feels more cohesive and generally more confident than 'Ab Initi' (and that was pretty damn impressive!!); there's a fantastic flow to this work; it drifts effortlessly along and seems to cradle you in its being. Superbly laid back but offering a warm place to go on a dark autumn's night, 'Leylines' is evocative, descriptive, at times haunting and at others, hypnotic. Everything's just so smooth and peaceful sounding - it's a wonderfully dreamy work that reminds me in parts of Mike Oldfield, in other parts Renaissance, then I hear Sonja Kristina, Sandy Denny, loads of famous names come to mind but actually it's all just Serundal! It's wonderful!!

Serundal have done a bloody good job with 'Leylines' - their story telling prequel to the trilogy is magnificent and as a stand-alone work it's equally as compelling and works just as it is. I don't know how long Serundal have taken to get this far but 'Leylines' feels as though an awful lot of heart and soul has been put into it; it's beautifully polished, it's maturely composed and performed, it's thoroughly entertaining and extremely enjoyable. Serundal should be very proud of what they've achieved here.

I really hope 'Leylines' does its job and Serundal can get their trilogy out there and accepted - it thoroughly deserves to be successful. 'Leylines' is a splendid piece of work and bodes well for the second and third release in their epic aural adventure. Great work, beautiful to behold, remarkably assured and relaxingly tantalising.

Peter J Brown aka toxic pete (www.toxicpete.co.uk)

(Rhythm & Booze rating 10)

author: Peter J Brown (www.toxicpete.co.uk)


Lady of the Isles

I will begin by saying up front and out loud - this is one of the most beautiful songs and melodies that one could possibly find to end the day with, which is what I am doing here in the midnight hour gathering rosebuds of music for one or two or more of my stations here at IAC. Thank you Serundal for pointing me in the direction of your Artists Page where I found your beautiful crusading lover's ballad ... lilting, cantillating and monastic-like vocals calling back and forth gives this a mediaeval and romantic feeling that whisks one away on a magical, mystical journey, back to a place in legendary times where a grieving damsel awaits the return of her lover from a distant campaign. A celtic gem ... poignant songwriting, arrangement and production ... welcome to Legendary Music. added to station 10/19/2008 5:30:26 AM

"The Keening" happily recalls Renaissance and the more ambitious seventies prog era. Serundal are perhaps out of their time but they wear it well. Their album is lovely and deserves a wide audience.

Copyright © 2007 Anna Maria Stjärnell

All music is currently available in appleitunes worldwide.

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Pipe Makers Union Carbon Fiber Celtic Musical Instruments

Pipe Makers Union, LLC is a carbon fiber wind instrument fabrication company located in Corvallis, Oregon, USA. PMU offers musicians innovative instruments that blend the advantages of modern carbon fiber technology with the time tested designs of traditional craftsmen.

PMU is committed to the development of quality wood-alternative instruments including chanters, pipes, whistles, flutes and didgeridoos using Carbony, a carbon fiber material. With our growing line of products we are providing high quality wind instruments for use by professional musicians around the globe.

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Boys of the Lough, Saturday,February 28th

“One of the finest bands in Celtic traditional music.” - The New York Times
With over 30 years of experience in the world of traditional music, over 60 North American tours, 19 recordings and two Grammy nominations, Boys of the Lough (pronounced Loch) have reached legendary status. The Boys have established a reputation for technical brilliance and integrity combined with a ready wit and sense of fun. Compelling dance rhythms, which give the music such life, will lift you to your feet.

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The California Celts

From the street to the stage the pipe processional parades! From The Clancey's to the Pouges and beyond...

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Nutshell Music

Welcome to Nutshell Music, we are a fully equipped digital recording studio and music production facility, with many years of experience and many more happy clients. We can write and record music for your project, we can record you performing your own work and/or your Band. If you wish we offer musical production assistance/performance. We can take your project from the very first note to having a shiny finished retail unit.

New!! Ivan Drever Band EP - Every Beat of The Drum - available to buy £7.00 plus postage £1.00 send your details through the "Contact Us" page

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Golden Boy (Fospassin) new album

Golden Boy (Fospassin) is the best artist in the world and the ultimate singer/songwriter for the 21st century music lover. Great artist, he is a hero in pop music and the new way hip hop with world music. Originally, he incorporates a wide range of influences that makes his songs unique. Surrounded by energy, emotions and people from all over the world, Golden Boy (Fospassin) is bringing to the world something hot for people to forget their worries, while his lyrics stir the deepest universal emotions. Tight rythmes, great chorus and excellent productions brought his music at the top level of arts and entertainment.

Great composer and entertainer,Golden Boy (Fospassin) has been awarded 10 times in 2 years.His music is a fusion of hip hop,dancehall,world,pop,alternative and reggae.He has released 12 albums now available on itunes,amazon,napster,emusic,rhapsody and all the major stores.His new release "Dancehall trouble" will be available in cd stores by april 2009.Enjoy the new way hip hop

Thanks to all the stations who are playing Golden Boy (Fospassin) the best artist in the world.


Patrick Sinclair Fosso
[email protected]

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between a rock and a hard place

lyrical, melodic folk/rock

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Sean Treacy

I have played in venues around Ireland with seasons, in Kinsale, Killarney and abroad in London, Cyprus, Salou, Canary Islands, and New York. I play mostly fast Irish music with some Eagles and Beatles U2 type of music and some country music as well. I am a really good musician and play guitar / mandolin. I am a very confident performer singer on stage. I can play to a sit down or dancing audience. I play mostly covers but I do some of my original music as well if the occasion permits. I use some backing tracks and drum machine but am very comfortable just singing with the guitar or mandolin as well. I don't drink or smoke and have a very professional attitude to my music. I like to interact with the crowd and make them fell part of the night with me.

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oliver kane

A site about and for those interested in Music. Irsih ballads, Traditional, Showbands. and other oddities.

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MacTalla Mor Band

"Celtic Music For The Masses"
"The Pipes Are Calling Resistance Is Futile" TM

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Poitin-Celtic World Music

Poitín (pronounced 'patcheen') is of course that famous Irish firewater distilled from wheat and rye, but it's also a trad Celtic band from the Czech Republic not averse to a little experimentation - on their latest album they've got a didge player and a saxophonist who doubles up on low whistles and tin whistles. The band is, however, firmly grounded in the pub session tradition and like nothing better than sitting round a table in the corner of a cosy pub and bashing out old favourites about tarry sailors, merry maids and drunken nights (or is it drunken sailors, tarry maids and merry nights?!)
History: Poitín play Celtic music in all its shapes and forms from haunting Breton melodies to raunchy traditional Irish songs. They've performed at festivals across Europe in Italy, France, Poland, Germany and the Czech Republic. The latest cd, ‘Hot Days’ features a daring mix of saxophone, didgeridoo and more traditional instruments to create a sparkling collection of songs and tunes, some traditional, some new, all suffused with Poitín magic. They formed in Pilsen, CZ, in 1996 and have released three albums to date on their own label and are also included on four compilation albums (two released by Popron, CZ and two by Marc Gunn in the U.S.). The first album, ‘Poitín’ was released in 2000 and featured a very traditional collection of tunes including the 'Congress Reel' and songs such as 'Spanish Lady' as well as lesser known Breton and English songs.

The second album, ‘De la Basse Bretagne’ was eventually released in 2003 and was a tribute to the talents of the band's French singer, Neige Pruvost on her return to her birthplace. It consists mainly of French and Breton songs and tunes and features Dan Eberle on double bass. There's a lovely traditional Czech folk song, 'Lida, Lidunka' at the end of the album in acknowledgement of the band's own roots. Poitín were pleased to be invited to contribute to Popron's ‘Best of Celtic Music I and II’ compilation albums and recently Marc Gunn's ‘Victims of Irish Music’ and ‘The Best of the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast’ which have had excellent reviews on CD Baby.
Review: Here's what they said about us on the Free MP3s Celtic Music Magazine (thanks, Karen J. Brady!)...
'It seems an odd combination...Celtic music from a Czech band, but it turns out that in the 1990s, the Czechs were just beginning to rediscover their Celtic roots, especially in the west, where the ruins of a Celtic fortress still remain. The history of the land is as interesting as the music of Poitin, who perform not only dreamy ballads, but also rollicking pub sing-a-longs, scintillating jigs, and thundering reels from Ireland, Scotland and England.

Since they formed, Poitin has undergone a metamorphosis as far as their sound, incorporating more progressive elements into their traditional repertoire. With their new album having caused a bit of controversy with the addition of a saxophone, the band promises something that even traditionalists will enjoy. Nothing wrong with a fresh sound. And that is precisely what Poitin brings to the world of Celtic music.'
Over the last 10 years they have played in France, Czech Republic, Germany, Poland and Italy and are still going strong.

They released their first CD back in 2000, imaginatively called ‘Poitín’ , it has 17 tracks of traditional Irish, Scottish and French songs and tunes plus a bonus traditional Czech folk song, ‘Lida, Lidunka’. It features Neige Pruvost on the French and Breton songs, Jeremy King’s vocals on the Scottish and Irish numbers and Tonda Muzik on bodhran.
Their second CD was made as a farewell tribute to Neige who returned to France in 2001. It is a compilation of 12 French and Breton songs called ‘De la Basse Bretagne’ with Tyna Frankova and Neige Pruvost on vocals. It was finally released in 2003.
Their third and most recent CD was released in 2006 to mark the band's tenth anniversary and is called ‘Hot Days’. It features 13 tracks with Helena Markova on saxophone. You can hear scintillating arrangements of classic jigs, reels and songs, plus completely new compositions by Helena, Honza and Kuba, all with an unmistakable Celtic flavour.
They also feature on three compilation albums, ‘The Mystery of Celtic Music I’ and ‘The Mystery of Celtic Music II’ (released in the Czech Republic by Popron) and Marc Gunn’s compilations of Celtic music from around the world, ‘Victims of Irish Music’ and ‘The Best of the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast’ .

Poitín can be contacted by emailing Jeremy King at [email protected] or through their websites

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Heather Mulvey

Heather Mulvey is a New Jersey based musician who plays finger-picking acoustic guitar and sings traditional Americana, Celtic and contemporary folk songs, entertaining audiences of all ages since the early '90's. Heather’s programs include Celtic Music Journey and Americana Music Journey. A history of the songs is incorporated into the programs and interaction and participation is always encouraged. Heather has performed at community events, cultural and heritage commissions, festivals, schools, First Nights and libraries throughout NJ and was a Featured Artist at both the NJLA Annual Meeting in 2005 and as well at the Garden State Storytellers' League "Tellabration" event in 2006.
"Flowers from the Mountain", her debut CD released in May 2008, features Celtic and Americana songs. Contributing musicians are Bob Harris (also the producer of the cd, International Flatpick Guitar Champion, and formerly the guitar player for Vassar Clements) on guitar and mandolin and Gary Oleyar (of Loggins and Messina band) on fiddle and viola.

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Ciara Considine - Enchanting Album of Traditional Irish Songs

Ciara Considine took a trip back to her cultural roots and made an album of Ireland's much loved traditional songs. Her album is titled "Ó Mo Chroí" meaning "Of My Heart" - from an old Irish saying. The songs speak of love, family, famine and emigration. A one-woman-album, she sings and plays all 8 instruments on the CD. Receiving good reviews and radioplay, the album has attracted growing interest in the UK, Ireland, Italy, Germany, USA, Canada and Japan. It's available on iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, Payplay, CD Baby and Napster. To buy or download Ciara Considine's album visit her website: www.ciaraconsidinemusic.com/products.html

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Round Sky Music

Celtic and New Age music of Grammy Nominated composer Paul Avgerinos .

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Kierah Irish Madness

Irish Madness is a happy, high energy CD that contains 9 of Kierah's original tunes which are blended with traditional Irish Tunes. Irish Madness was nominated by the Canadian Folk Music Awards 2008 for Best Youth Performer.

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Jay and Abby Michaels - The Harper and The Minstrel

Jay & Abby Michaels - The Harper and The Minstrel are an act that is hard to describe. Incorporating elements of Celtic, Folk, Rock, Classical, Baroque and Renaissance into something that is uniquely their own. The duo specializes in beautiful airs and ballads, the occasional jig or reel, many of their own original compositions, music from the Baroque and Renaissance periods and their unique arrangements of Traditional Celtic tunes and songs by artists like Sting and Led Zeppelin.

Their music is enjoyed, and their musicianship is appreciated by audiences of all ages. They have performed in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, Arizona, California and all over New England at Renaissance Faires, Folk and Celtic Festivals, Coffee Houses, Farmers Markets and at other venues.

"You can best judge a musician’s acumen by the way they interpret music, whether that music is familiar to you or obscure...Jay and Abby Michaels’ deft adaptations of songs from Sting to Robert Burns are thrilling, and they reveal the pair to be artists of some skill.
-Motif Magazine

"Sheer uniqueness"
-Dirty Linen

"Lilting vocals, hypnotic harp, and occasional guitar and flute evoke the sensation of a warm spring day spent in an enchanted place."
-Faerie Magazine.

"Gentle, lovely music"
-Renaissance Magazine

Their influences include early music from Europe and the Celtic lands, Yes, Loreena McKennitt, Sting, The New World Renaissance Band, Cantiga and Led Zeppelin. They have recorded several CD's together including:


Jay Michaels is the primary songwriter in the The Harper and The Minstrel. He plays both the nylon and wire-strung Celtic Harps, Guitar and sings. Abby Michaels sings, plays Flutes, Recorders, Penny Whistles, Guitar, Harp and Bowed Psaltery.

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Teresa Doyle - Celtic and Jazz Recording Artist

Teresa Doyle’s ten recordings on her label Bedlam Records have met with critical acclaim at home in the Maritimes, across North America, Europe and Japan. This body of work has garnered numerous awards including two ECMAs, two JUNO nominations and the 2007 Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton award for music.

Doyle has attracted listeners at countless festivals and concert venues including: The Mariposa, Winnipeg and Vancouver Folk Festivals, the Montreal Jazz Festival, the 92nd Street ‘Y’ in Manhattan, England’s Salisbury Art Centre, Sound Symposium, The St. John’s Jazz festival, Canadian Jazz and World Showcases and the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo. She gives voice workshops in Canada, Mexico, the U.S. and Ireland.

Doyle has recorded with some of Canada’s finest musicians, Oliver Schroer, Mike Murley, David Travers-Smith, David Woodhead, Ben Grossman, Rich Greenspoon, Ian Toms, Jamie Gatti and others. Doyle had the good fortune to perform with the late jazz pianist Doug Riley, Dr. Music. Together they recorded Summerfly ‘live off the floor’ at CBC Studio H in Halifax.

Teresa moves effortlessly from one musically passion to another. She has five award-winning Celtic recordings including a collection of Irish Gaelic songs. The birth of her son in 1994 inspired her to create quality children’s music from the Celtic tradition. Teresa credits much of her recording success to her long-standing relationship with the now late Oliver Schroer. Her most recent release, Late Night Parlour, is dedicated to his memory.

Music from Doyle’s label, Bedlam Records, is distributed in Canada by Outside Music, in the U.S. by Allegro and online at www.teresadoyle.com. Her music appears on more than a dozen compilations including three collections by Putumayo World Music with releases in twenty-two countries.

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Mike Jeffery

"Farewell Icarus" is a tribute song.

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Irish Makeover

This is the California Official Independent Fan Site for ~ SKULLY ~ I am just one of many that are available throughout the United States. My goal is to provide you with as much information as I can about Skully and his projects.
I met Skully on Myspace ~ I had gone to see Celtic Thunder last November and I fell in love with the music, that started my Love Affair with Celtic Music, Ireland, Scotland and My Heritage.
I was so excited I went to my myspace page and went on and on about this New Show I had seen and how I felt about the music; soon after I received a message from this Musician in Ireland, Cork to be exact ~ who tells me about himself and his music; I had no idea how this was going to change my life and admiration for Skully and Celtic Music.
This man is a genius,I listened,I fell in love with his music and have been a huge fan ever since. You can tell how much of his heart and soul goes into his music, it comes directly from his heart into the hearts of his listeners. This man is gorgeous, caring, fun, and extremely talented; he has worked hard to get to where he is now and deserves to be recognized, and that is exactly what I want to accomplish.
In the last few months he has been un-stopable, like anyone would want to stop this Man; he introduced his own recording company, BLIND FAITH DIGITAL,(by the way, the turn-around when placing an order is incredibly fast), he was Featured in CELTIC RADIO'S August-September 2009 Newsletter; he Released his First solo album "SEAPORT FUDGE FACTORY", he introduced the new line of Irish Makeover Merchandise and Apparel, and, this is BIG, he announced the Book release of CORK ROCK by Mark AcAvoy of which he is featured along with other great musicians.
SKULLY is Ireland's best known electronic music producer. The music man behind METISSE.
He has released two other solo albums: his beautiful soundtrack album WITHOUT A VOICE, and his new massively successful album: IRISH MAKEOVER.
I can’t say enough about Skully, his music is as refreshing as he is; he’s a true talent and I know he will shine for a long time as any star should!
So take your time, listen to his music, check out everything on this site, you'll love what you see and hear. Any questions or suggestions please, do not hesitate to contact me. ENJOY !

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David Hyams and the Miles To Go band

David Hyams and the Miles To Go band are one of Australia's foremost celtic acts. Described as a “refreshing combination of imaginative new material with deep respect for source traditions” - the music ranges from atmospheric, inspired by Australian & Irish landscapes, to lively and blistering jigs and reels.

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Wayne Janus

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Celtic - Scottish Music Videos of Peat-Fire Flame

Colyn Fischer on fiddle & Shauna Pickett-Gordon on piano are Peat-Fire Flame. Playing traditional Scottish music and new music in the Scottish tradition. Colyn has twice won the U.S. Open Scottish Fiddling Championship. They also play 'Jazzeltic' (jazz-influenced celtic), world and improvisation. They are based in the San Francisco Bay area and perform at various events. The link above is to a set of their music videos, their home page is http://scotsduo.com.

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Irish Madness

Kierah is Western Canada's fiery young Celtic fiddler. Her exceptional talent captivates audiences with a musical ability far beyond her years. Her 1st CD "Irish Madness" received recognition with a 2008 Canadian Folk Music Award nomination. Her latest release, "A Fiddle Affair" is a high energy cd comprised of Cape Breton, Scottish, Irish and original tunes. This brilliant young fiddler has also published her own original book of West Coast fiddle music available online at www.irishmadness.com
Kierah has performed at many festivals and is a much sought after private and public event performer. She has performed live on CBC Radio, Delta TV and on Shaw TV's GenY youth programme.

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Dark Patrick

Wolrd Music/Urban Folk group Dark Patrick

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Marc Gunn, The Celt Father

Marc Gunn plays acoustic folk music rooted in the American Celtic song tradition–-Celtic music, the Traditional and the Twisted. He brings a powerful and expressive voice to Celtic music. His musical instrument of choice-the autoharp-continues to surprise musical veterans and fans a like for it’s unique sound and spirited energy.

Donned “The Celt Father” by Celtic music fans, Gunn is a champion of indie Celtic music. He has given away over ten million MP3s through his music and podcasts since he began his Celtic music career in 1999. His award-winning Irish & Celtic Music Podcast earns over 30,000 downloads of each show and is one of the most-popular music podcasts on iTunes. Embrace independent Celtic music!

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Irish Harpist and Singer

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