Hello everybody !! I'm so glad to have discovered this radio (thanks for that to my friends from magic scotland.net). Sure I have to improve my english before posting regularely (celtic people from Brittany are as bad in english as the other frenchs)
But never mind, I love the music The next one is for me
Que restera-t-il de notre sang mêlé au sel, sans trace dans les mémoires ? Une ultime navigation, trompeuse. Et des souvenirs, illuminés d'embruns. Mais condamnés au silence de la mer... Loïc Finaz.
"Cuimhnich air na daoine o'n d'thaining thu" Remember the men from whom you are descended.
I am Wolf. It is my cry you hear in the night, My eyes that gaze at you from the shadows. It is my heart that beats in your Soul, My strength that makes you whole. I am Wolf. I am in you. You are in Me. We Are Wolf.
Hello to everyone. I am new to the forum and as you can see I am american. And although most people around the world hate us americans, I am very proud of my heritage and am fascinated by the history and lore of Scotland. Surnames are McPherson and Hartman.(Scottish and German) I look forward to posting more and I love this station! So far my favorites are 'Barret's Privateers' (Stan Rogers version) and 'Puirt a Beul' by Eilidh Mackenzie. Come to think of it, every song that I have requested from the 'Celtic Mouth Music' cd is really good.
Seeing as how I've actually been a member here for several months, I figured it was long past time for me to post something in the new member welcome board. I've never been much for introductions so forgive me if I am uninformative. Like I said before I have been listening to Highlander for several months now. I originally ran across the station when I was searching for renaissance style music. I happen to be the ?un-official? Shanty-man for an SCA ship in the kingdom of Antir. It is a fine land worthy vessel with full masts and rigging. Quite impressive and I do have more pictures I can post if requested. I suppose I should include some personal information as well. My name is Trevor and I?m from Oregon. I?ve always been inspired by Scottish music and history and about 2 years ago my wife and I started tracing our genealogy back and discovered our heritage. Turns out we are both related to the Sinclair clan. Anyway, I look forward to getting to know all of you better. To all of the moderators and especially Macfive: Thanks for the wonderful place to relax, meet people and listen to great music!
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Hello Americanwanker! Welcome to the site. Guarantee lots of good music and fun to be had by all. There are a lot of us Americans on here who love Celtic music and all things Celtic. Enjoy!
Hello to you too, Gwydo! Glad you decided to finally join us. Your vessel is very impressive ! Looks like fun too. Hope you will post and enjoy the fun here as well as the music. The music has kept me up late many a night!
Hello, I've been listening for several months now as well and really enjoy the station. i'm hoping that all goes well and it will be back up soon. So to introduce myself, I'm Penny and I live in Eastern Washington. I have been facinated with my heritage and scotland since I first became interested in geneology in highschool, and as a result I'm always on the lookout for things celtic. My husband and I got to take a trip a couple of years ago and visit Scotland and we thouroughly enjoyed ourselves. We're hoping to be able to make a return trip when our kids are a little older. I've found many interesting post and hope to be able to contribute. Take care, Penny
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