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erickbloodax 
Posted on 01-Jul-2004, 09:23 PM
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I was searching for Celtic music on Google. When I lived in Flagstaff AZ I would listen to "Thistle and Shamrock" on KNAU. I can listen to "Celtic connections" now but it is not enough for my jones. I want to listen to more than just an hour a week! walkman.gif


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Posted on 02-Jul-2004, 02:06 PM
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QUOTE (erickbloodax @ 01-Jul-2004, 09:23 PM)
I can listen to "Celtic connections" now but it is not enough for my jones. I want to listen to more than just an hour a week! walkman.gif

smile.gif You're trying to keep up with the Jones' too? I probably listen to more Celtic music than the Jones' across the street, although Mrs. Jones at least, has already been to Ireland. Got to catch up! Of course, I plan on spending more time there than she did. Yes, got to keep up with the Jones' !


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Posted on 02-Jul-2004, 05:52 PM
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After my trip in Scotland last summer, I wanted to keep dreaming about it so I searched a french site about Scotland on the net. I found one (www.magicscotland.net) and there was a link for Highlander Radio. The members of the forum of magicscotland (doesn't exist anymore) recommanded me the radio, I tried, loved the music, the forum, and here I am ! smile.gif


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Posted on 02-Jul-2004, 06:21 PM
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I found CelticRadio by searching broadly for a station playing Celtic music to get me through some long times at work. I have been a member for 6 months or so but have been a listener for longer.

Thanks for the great station!


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  Posted on 04-Jul-2004, 02:18 AM
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I've listened to other Celtic stations before but this one's the BEST.

I found it through Live 365, at first I was listening to Joke A day, but then I searched for Celtic in the genres. I tried them all, and I'm here to stay.

I have many favorites, but I was really pleased to find so many new ones on your station. Some of the ones that were new to me were Runrig, Heather Dale, and Great Big Sea.
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Posted on 05-Jul-2004, 03:14 PM
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I found Highlander Radio through itunes; it was one of the listed folk radio stations at one time. No longer, alas!


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Posted on 09-Jul-2004, 08:48 PM
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O'siyo (hello/welcome in Cherokee),
I came across CelticRadio while doing a search for someone very dear to me asking me to find and listen to Loreena McKennit's song Bonny Portmore. I meant to 'hit'/'click' on the link above this one but instead, I ended up here and have been here as often as possible. Been a member since July 7, '04. Hearing my O'ginalli (friend) sing Danny Boy on the phone for me peaked my 'curiosity' for this 'flavor' of music. I cannot believe and am mesmerized by the beauty of not only this culture but, the haunting songs I have heard on this station thus far. One song I cannot get out of my soul is by Twinflame, Safe & Warm, I believe is the title. WOW! Truly spectacular indeed and I say to the one's responsible for providing this quality, mesmerizing and interesting website, station and music, NI YA WE (thank you). Each time I visit here I find something new and exciting. How refreshing to find such culture on the web without the 'garbage' biggrin.gif Has this station 'changed' my taste in music? I wouldn't say 'change' instead it has added to my diversity and knowledge of different cultures and all they entail! I enjoy reading the various postings that are informative, creative and interesting so again Ni Ya We and keep up the spectacular work!
Sty-U (stay strong)


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Posted on 10-Jul-2004, 09:39 AM
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I found it through msn search. I'm constantly doing searches for Celtic/Scottish items on the net and one day I just happened to be looking for music. Low and behold, I found Celticradio and have been a member since. That was back in 2002 and I've been pleased ever since. I recommend the station to friends all the time. My tastes in music have always varied, but with traditional stations (radio), I tend to wander the dial until I find a song that catches me then I'm off flippin again. With Celticradio.net, I never stray. This is the ONLY song in my line-up. biggrin.gif thumbs_up.gif


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Posted on 12-Jul-2004, 07:17 PM
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I was dissatisfied with my netscape internet radio so I started to search Google for some nice celtic music to study to, and low and behold I came across Celticradio.net in April 2004 and signed up right away. I have been a loyal listener ever since (especially after I won the CD draw)!


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Posted on 12-Jul-2004, 10:49 PM
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QUOTE (erickbloodax @ 01-Jul-2004, 09:23 PM)
I was searching for Celtic music on Google. When I lived in Flagstaff AZ I would listen to "Thistle and Shamrock" on KNAU. I can listen to "Celtic connections" now but it is not enough for my jones. I want to listen to more than just an hour a week! walkman.gif

the ppls in NYC are the luckiest (becoz a lot of Irish lives here)
over 11 hours of Celtic every week!!!
http://www.wfuv.org
Saturday 0900-1200: Thousands of Welcome
Saturday 1200-1300/Sunday 1600-1700: Thistle and Shamrock
Sunday 1200-1600: Ceol na nGael

cool!!!

but unfortunately, I am unable to listen in Brooklyn with regular radio, I listen only over internet and T-Mobile GPRS (with pocket pc)


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Posted on 13-Jul-2004, 09:31 PM
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I found while running an AOL search on King Arthur. I friend told about this book he was reading that placed most of the Arthur story in France, and I don't mean just Brittany. Well, one of the search links took me to the Brittany forum, and, of course, I had to explore and put my two cents worth in. biggrin.gif
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Aragorn 
Posted on 14-Jul-2004, 12:17 PM
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I found CelticRadio while doing a search for celtic music on Google. It was the best thing that could have happened to me. Everyone here is wonderful and the music keeps me coming back. keep it up everyone!!! biggrin.gif


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Posted on 14-Jul-2004, 03:09 PM
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I was searching Google for Celtic Music for Local Radio Stations when I found this one and I have been here ever since even though the Music that I could listen too, I can't do anything else on my computer because it freezes my PC up when I do. But I do look up the Artists in the Request under Radio Tools (I think that is what it's in) and download in WinMX and play it on my Winamp. Still I have problems if I try to use either Microsoft Word or try to use the Printer.


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Posted on 16-Jul-2004, 01:50 AM
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I stumbled onto Hightlander Radio while doing a search on my Irish family name and geneology. I fell in love with the warm welcome I recieved as well as the music!

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Posted on 28-Jul-2004, 05:26 PM
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I found this site from a link on the Wicked Tinkers web site!


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