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Posted: 23-May-2008, 09:57 PM
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Hello:

My name is Erich Overhultz, and I am new to the Celtic/Highlander Radio community. I have a new CD out titled "Down the Old Bog Road." It's all instrumental, played mostly on piano, with some hammered dulcimer, melodica, and various percussion. There's some Irish classical (O'Carolan), traditionals, and even some originals.

Thank you Paul for including my music on your playlists. To the listeners, give
my CD a listen and let me know what you think. It was a joy to make-I hope you enjoy as well smile.gif

All the best,

Erich
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Welcome to Celtic Radio Erich. I hope you will enjoy the music as well as the wonderful people that you will find here on the forum. I am looking forward to hearing your music on Celtic Radio.

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