hi there i'm Eren from Turkey. i love celts, celtic music... i listen lots of traditional music but celtic rock is always nr1 for me. may be one day i will be travel to ireland and scotland. thanks for reading.
We're very glad that you found Celtic Radio and I hope you'll really like it here! There is great Celtic rock (as well as more traditional Celtic music, too), fun and interesting forums and very nice people to meet!
Have fun wandering around and please let us know if you have any questions or comments. I look forward to reading your future posts!
Eren, Hello Eren from Turkey!!! It is a pleasure to welcome you to this wonderful place. CelticRadio is filled with wonderful music, friendly people and forums with many interesting topics. This is truly a global place to be!!
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Welcome to Celtic Radio Eren. I hope your enjoying the music as well as the wonderful people that you will find here on the forum. I like the Celtic Rock station as well. I look forward to you posting here on the forum.
Hi, Eren and all other Celts/Celt lovers from this Texas girl. I am working on my genealogy. Granddaddy Bryan always said his ancestors came from Ireland to America bringing their farming tools with them. It's been a trip, but I've got everybody back to the landing except for one small thing...the first Bryan(s) were younger son(s) of William Marquis of Ulster, Ireland. I have not been able to get documentation on this guy, nor his sons. I can't even figure out if Ulster is all Northern Ireland or just a county. I would appreciate someone explaining to me how someone can be born in Down, Clare, Ireland and be from Ulster, too. I'm confused!
Hello and welcome from Canada ronaowen46, You've found the greatest place here and the best crowd on the net.
Ulster is not Northern Ireland it's one of the 4 provinces of Ireland. There are 9 counties in N.I.and 3 are part of the Republic Down is one of Northern Ireland's county and Clare is one the counties of the Republic.If you want more info you can type Ulster on google and it'll bring you to Wikipedia. Hope it helps.LOA