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Posted: 21-Jan-2011, 06:06 PM
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Welcome pdtj I have heard all bands with the exception of Prydein. I don't see them listed in our music. All the other bands I have heard on Highlander Radio and Celtic Rock. Keep listening I'm sure you'll here them sooner or later. Give them a request. I hope your weather's great in Co.

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Posted: 07-Feb-2011, 10:03 AM
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I'd like to recommend a group called Omnia (in the past, aslo known as Omnia Neocelt)
They're A dutch band, though the frontman Steve originates from Cornwall, and one of the guitarists (Joe Hennon) is from Ireland, though he only plays at special occasions, due to other obligations. Their performances are in english though, and they sing in english (and in gaelic, indian/pakistani (don't know which of the 2) and gibberish)
A lot of their music, especially their older pieces, is inspired by / based on celtic classics, though they give it a unique twist.

they operate/publish under their own label (PaganScum Records)


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Posted: 28-Feb-2011, 04:20 PM
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Na Fianna is a great group from Ireland and sound great. Their official site is
http://www.nafiannamusic.com So far they have only released a single, but they are talented. I'm hoping to see more from them.

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Posted: 07-Apr-2011, 02:07 PM
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Hi Everybody!

Rathkeltair has a shot at getting to play at Bonnaroo, one
of the biggest festivals on the planet.

If we got in, it would be HUGE smile.gif

You can help us get there - just click on the link, download the free track! UNtil April 15th so act now!

HERE'S OUR LINK:
http://bonnaroo.sonicbids.com/BandDetails....&bn=Rathkeltair

Pass this on- every bit helps! Thanks so much!

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Posted: 26-Apr-2011, 02:44 PM
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Go to East Durham in the Greene County Catskills in New York State for Celtic music, especially Memorial Day Weekend, and in July during Irish Arts week, great place, great music all around....this site brings you to both events, check it out.....

http://irishvillageusa.com/#
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Posted: 11-Aug-2011, 12:35 PM
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I would like to suggest Scottish Band Cross The Border 5/6 piece folky rocky ban Their debut album Here we Stand is great and gets lots of airplay on other stations
You Can download on a pay what you want basis http://crosstheborder.bandcamp.com
the bands main website is http://crossthebordermusic.co.uk
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Posted: 30-Sep-2011, 05:54 PM
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I recommend Ken O'Malley, especially if you like traditional Irish music. My favorite album of his is "ÓMáille" but Amazon seems to think it's "Amaille" if you're looking for the CD format. Here's a link to the MP3 album so you can preview it Here
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Hello,

I recommend a new band , Fravimal Irish rock, especially if you like Irish Rock music.
This band is composed by four members and they are French and draw inspiration from "Les ramoneurs de menhirs" (great Irish band in France).

They have made concert in different place from Toulouse and that was pretty good.

Hope you like it.
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Posted: 24-Nov-2012, 03:44 PM
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If you are still adding bluegrass music you need to check out O.C.M.S. ( Old Crow Medicine Show )... they are from New England and have my feet tapping.

http://www.crowmedicine.com

Wagon Wheel is one of my favorites from the O.C.M.S. album.

http://www.crowmedicine.com/media/video-wagonwheel.htm


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Posted: 26-Nov-2012, 11:14 AM
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QUOTE (Shadows @ 24-Nov-2012, 02:44 PM)
If you are still adding bluegrass music you need to check out O.C.M.S. ( Old Crow Medicine Show )... they are from New England and have my feet tapping.

http://www.crowmedicine.com

Wagon Wheel is one of my favorites from the O.C.M.S. album.

Could not agree with you more, Shadows. Bluegrass heaven! These guys can play.


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Posted: 26-Nov-2012, 01:20 PM
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Hope this works:

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Posted: 26-Nov-2012, 07:53 PM
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QUOTE (haynes9 @ 26-Nov-2012, 12:14 PM)
QUOTE (Shadows @ 24-Nov-2012, 02:44 PM)
If you are still adding bluegrass music you need to check out O.C.M.S. ( Old Crow Medicine Show )... they are from New England and have my feet tapping.

http://www.crowmedicine.com

Wagon Wheel is one of my favorites from the O.C.M.S. album.

Could not agree with you more, Shadows. Bluegrass heaven! These guys can play.

Haynes, Doc Watson discovered these boys playing the street infront of a pharmacy in Nashville ( I believe ), if anyone knows bluegrass it is Doc Watson.

Glad you like them.

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Posted: 28-Nov-2012, 09:40 PM
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Has there been anything played from the Brave soundtrack? There's a few good songs on there aside from the instrumental stuff. Didn't see the album anywhere in the requests lineup.


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Check out Dicey Riley, kick-ass Celtic rock from Northampton, MA...their new album "Rows of Pints and Walking Dead" just came out for St Paddy's Day 2013. Message me if you want to post some featured tunes on a web site or play them on the featured music pages , on the air, or on an internet radio station! I can send you the private media link to the full album contents in MP3 format plus album art.

Check out Dicey Riley web site

They're also on Facebook, and the CD is available at CD Baby note.gif beer_mug.gif cheers.gif
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Yep, check out the new release of a Celtic Medieval Speed Folk band PerKelt, from London. The album is called Dowry of a Troll Woman and is really ... unique smile.gif
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Cheers, guys! smile.gif
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