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Posted on 29-Jun-2004, 10:51 PM
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How did you find CelticRadio.net and how long have you been a member? Have you discovered new musicians or friends? Do you think that CelticRadio.net and Highlander Radio have changed your musical tastes?


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Posted on 30-Jun-2004, 04:54 AM
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I found Highlander Radio thru shoutcast. Great place, Great People.


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Posted on 30-Jun-2004, 06:50 AM
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I was looking online for the haunting song in "We were soldiers once". The one when the Cav mounts up to head into Ia Drang at first I thought it was "Garry Owen" the units battle song but it turned out to be Sgt. Makenzie by Clann an Drumma, CR was the one that set me strait.


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Posted on 30-Jun-2004, 12:18 PM
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A Scottish co-worker / friend told me about this site. I was hooked on the first day! Now, this is all I listen to at home and at work. Too bad there isn't a way to tune it in on the car radio! biggrin.gif cool.gif


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Posted on 30-Jun-2004, 12:20 PM
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I love Celtic music and I am always looking on the net for radio stations that play Celtic music. I did a search and here I am. I want to add, in all my searches I have not found a better place.


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Posted on 30-Jun-2004, 01:05 PM
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I found CelticRadio.net through Live365 and fell in love with the station, since joining I turned my daughter onto CelticRadio.net. Keep up the good work.


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Posted on 30-Jun-2004, 01:10 PM
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I found Celticradio.net through RealPlayer search. I love it. I have heard so much old and new stuff. It's great.

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Posted on 30-Jun-2004, 01:33 PM
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Shoutcast. Three months.

New (to me) artists: Heather Dale, Mark Saul, Runrig, Twinflame, Wolfstone, Pipin' Hot, and others.

My tastes have broadened to a more edgier rock folk beat such as Runrig and Wolfstone and away from the more traditional folk such as the Chieftains.


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Posted on 30-Jun-2004, 07:53 PM
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Google is probably what I was using at the time. I remember that in 1998 a neighbor told me about Loreena McKennitt. I had heard Clannad before via my sister, and remember seeing the video for Enya's "Orrinoco FLow" on MTV but apparently didn't really know what it was. A short but well spaced sequence of events got me addicted to Loreena, and further encounters got me facinated with what little Celtic Music I could find (Next CD I heard being a cassette of Celtic Pride I). I remember that once I got a 56k modem ~1998/1999 I started getting curious about Internet broadcasts and found RealNetworks which at the time was a great place for New Age and several other styles of music not heard on the airwaves around here. I remember listening to that at work when I was at Rio Grande Fence from April 2000 - Mar 2001, and I remember it didn't have any Celtic stations. With how much new music I was finding, I decided to try and find a Celtic Internet Radio station. I found this really cool station that my modem could keep up with called Highlander Radio. Listened to it for a while, then forgot about it for a while as it got lost in the shuffle as do so very many websites. Fast forward to... Ohh when was it, I'm guessing August of 2002? No, I was working; wait I had a temp job in 08/02, same place as my mom... Files show as around May of 2003 (Might have been slightly earlier, screenshots stamped 05/31/03). That puts me working at EDS. Could be about right. Anyway... I got to wanting Celtic Internet radio again and remembered this one site I had found once before and rather liked, but dangit what was the name of it??? Time for the ever faithful Google. I started clicking through the results looking for whichever one it was I remembered of Highlander Radio, or CelticRadio. I found one that had one name in the URL and one in the site itself... Was this the one I remembered? A little bit of browsing and I was convinced that, yes. I took note of it this time and came back a few times in the next week to tune in. Then it became more and more routine.
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I became a regular listener, and then discovered the forums in Early september. I had already ordered Emerald Rose's Bending Tradition because of it (A tough sell to someone still leary of buying things off the Internet) I signed up, and here I am today.

I have since met a great many wonderful people, and discovered a wealth of Celtic Music. My search led me here, and this site has been a Godsend. It has been exactly what I originally set out looking for. A place to learn about and discover more Celtic Music. I have gained a lot more from this site by now, and I feel that things are nowhere near an end. I will continue to learn things from this site both related and not related to the music and the site's intent. Paul has done a wonderful job here! cheers.gif

Barkeep! Pull a cold one for Paul here would ya? Put it on my tab!


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Posted on 30-Jun-2004, 08:07 PM
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It was Celtic Rose who introduced me to CelticRadio! She and I were both members of a Scottihs Gaelic learners forum. As a result of some bad things that happened on that list we became friends. It took me forever to find it! I was looking for CelticRadio.COM instead of CelticRadio.NET! I think Rosie thought I was intnentionally avoiding joining the group! biggrin.gif

Thanks Rosie! I've been a member since March and its been the most fun Ive had in a LONG time! smile.gif


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  Posted on 30-Jun-2004, 08:30 PM
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I believe that it was a Google search for Loreena McKennitt after I heard "Bonny Portmore" in the movie "Highlander: Endgame" while watching it on TV that led me to Celtic Radio. I've been a member for just under two years I believe.


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Posted on 30-Jun-2004, 09:50 PM
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I was looking for information on the Glasgow, KY Highland Games and was directed to this site. It's great!! biggrin.gif


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Posted on 30-Jun-2004, 10:15 PM
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Thanks for all of your responses. I really have enjoyed reading them! smile.gif

And thanks Aaediwen for sharing that photo of "The ways things use to be" biggrin.gif
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Posted on 30-Jun-2004, 11:02 PM
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this is by chance
let me tell about the history from 98
I started to search scottish style music radio
and I found Spinner (under Time Warner)
after that, netradio.com
and after I got winamp at 2000, I found shoutcast.com
and I curiously key in "celtic" and in return cleticgrove
once I got cable in Fort Drum, I started to run celticgrove over FM broadcast
around 2002, returning from Kosovo, and after re-installation
I found celticgrove is dead
then I search again
this is the beginning...highlanderradio
however, I had been inactive (just listening and running over FM at late night) until end of 2003
and I go to the site, to find some ppls have similar music favor, then I signup to be a member
that's it

hey, I am waiting for T-Mobile launching unlimited EDGE
once it's launched, this'll be great news
highlanderradio goes 100% mobile!
not only running modem stream over GPRS (sorry, GSPlayer don't support mp3pro), or need a hotspot to listen 64k


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Google search...I think....I can't really remember...but, that is normal...


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