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Renaissance Festival Podcast #156 – Interview with MooNiE the Magnif’Cent

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #156 – Interview with MooNiE the Magnif’Cent

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Music from Malarky and Poppycock, Blackjacks ‘n Blarney, The Shantyman, 3 Pints Gone, Iris & Rose, Bedlam Bards, The Bordercollies, In Our Cups, The Interpreters, and Gypsy Guerrilla Band

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hills of Ireland? Picture the texture of standing
stones, the sounds of Irish fiddle, and the wet taste
of Guinness on your lips and you’re just now beginning to
understand the magic of each Celtic Invasion of Ireland.
Join Marc Gunn, The Celtfather as he travels to Ireland
this summer. The next trip is scheduled for June 13-20, 2011.
Find all the details when you visit the
website at www.celticinvasion.com .

NOTES:

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that says Music and scroll to the bottom.

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THIS WEEK:

“Ave Maria” by Malarky and Poppycock
from A Drink to All

“Hills of Connemara” by Blackjacks ‘n Blarney
from Bite Size

“Pump Shanty” by The Shantyman
from Pirate’s Life

“On We Go” by 3 Pints Gone
from The Beaches Of St. Valery

“Fairy Story” by Iris & Rose
from The Bust of… Iris and Rose

FEATURE – Interview with MooNiE the Magnif’Cent
PROMO – Ren-Fest Experience Podcast

“River’s Jig” by Bedlam Bards
from On the Drift (Music Inspired by Firefly and Serenity)

“Tom Bombadil’s House/Tom’s Morning Mocha” by The Bordercollies
from Laird of the Rings

“Roll Me Over” by In Our Cups
from Foolish Pleasure

“Sir Eglamore” by The Interpreters
from Be Gentle

We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at
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listens to this podcast, tells their friends, and interacts with us on
our various forums. A very special thanks to those who financially
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purchases of music through renaissancefestivalmusic.com.

“Princess Royal” by Gypsy Guerrilla Band
from Ernie’s Pot O’ Gold II

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #155 – Interview with One Flaming Idiot

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #155 – Interview with One Flaming Idiot

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Music from Owen Smith, TomLori, Owain Phyfe and The New World Renaissance Band, Nancy Daily Green, Gypsy Guerrilla Band, Off Keel, The Dregs, The Lost Boys, Water Street Bridge, and Season’s Melody

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THIS WEEK:

“Black is the Colour” by Owen Smith
from A Dark Harper

“Rosin the Beau” by TomLori
from Angus

“Staines Morris Dance” by Owain Phyfe and The New World Renaissance Band
from Where Beauty Moves and Wit Delights

“Frog’s Wedding” by Nancy Daily Green
from singing, dancing, everywhere

“Kevin’s Carousel” by Gypsy Guerrilla Band
from Ernie’s Pot O’Gold (1993)

FEATURE – Interview with One Flaming Idiot
PROMO – Celtic Myth Podshow

“Irish Whiskey Blues” by Off Keel
from Running at a Slant

“Bawk Bawk Brains” by The Dregs
from Angelina Farewell Concert

“The Flying Carriage” by The Lost Boys
from Heroes & Scoundrels

“Two White Russians, One Big Swallow” by Water Street Bridge
from Hard Times

We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at
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“The Quiet Bard’s Grave” by Season’s Melody
from The Crossroads Faire

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #154 – Interview with Adam Crack

Renaissance Festival Podcast #154 – Interview with Adam Crack

January 29th, 2011

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Music by Wicked Tinkers, Henry Martin, Moor of Dundee, Axel the Sot, Diane Linn, The Lost Boys, Pandora Celtica, Water Street Bridge, The Village Idiots, and The Interpreters

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THIS WEEK:

“The Duncan Johnstone Set” by Wicked Tinkers
from Hammered

“The Mist Covered Mountains” by Henry Martin
from On The Salt Sea

“Molly Malone/Cockles and Mussels” by Moor of Dundee
from The Moor of Dundee

“The Hairs of Her Dickie Di Doh (LIVE)” by Axel the Sot
from Bottled Up!

“Bonnie Ship The Diamond” by Diane Linn
from Tales of the Trickster

FEATURE – Interview with Adam “Crack” Winrich
PROMO -

“Maid In the Shade” by The Lost Boys
from Heroes & Scoundrels

“Silver Sterling” by Pandora Celtica
from Out Of The Box

“Balkan Washerwoman” by Water Street Bridge
from Hard Times

“Whiskey in the Jar” by The Village Idiots
from Epic Win

We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at
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listens to this podcast, tells their friends, and interacts with us on
our various forums. A very special thanks to those who financially
support the podcast by making donations or through your purchases of
music through renaissancefestivalmusic.com.

“Irish Love Songs” by The Interpreters
from Be Gentle

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #153 – Interview with Tony Artym

 

Sorry this is so late folks, but life hasn't been to pleasant to me of late including my ISP, which shut down my connection abruptly about a week ago, so I am working off of my cell phone right now, which doesn't even give me enough bandwidth to download the Podcast myself, but it is there ready to be down loaded.  Hopefully my connection issues will be solved by the next Podcast, right now I am debating between going back to cable and going wireless.  If you have had any experience with wireless connection in the Bay Area, please let me know if they were good or bad and why


Thanks, John and enjoy the show >:-}



Renaissance Festival Podcast #153 – Interview with Tony Artym

January 12th, 2011

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Music by The Whiskey Bards, Thomas Grauzer, John C. Wiseman, Emily Kellam, Bedlam Bards, Bounding Main, Wolgemut, Jesse Linder, Iris & Rose, and Three Quarter Ale

Sponsor: Celtic Invasion Vacations

Wouldn’t it be amazing to walk among the rolling green
hills of Ireland? Picture the texture of standing
stones, the sounds of Irish fiddle, and the wet taste
of Guinness on your lips and you’re just now beginning to
understand the magic of each Celtic Invasion of Ireland.
Join Marc Gunn, The Celtfather as he travels to Ireland
this summer. The next trip is scheduled for June 13-20, 2011.
Find all the details when you visit the
website at www.celticinvasion.com .

NOTES:

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We are compiling the results and will be announcing the winners soon.

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THIS WEEK:

Come Walk With Us” by The Whiskey Bards
from Women, Whiskey & War

“Farewell to Whiskey” by Thomas “Doc” Grauzer
from Infernal Harp Racket

Seven Angels (for Columbia) by John C. Wiseman
from Simply Entitled

“Waves On The Shore” by Emily Kellam (Emer Nic Aidan)
from Waves On The Shore

“On the Drift instrumental” by Bedlam Bards
from On the Drift

FEATURE – Interview with Tony Artym

PROMO – Slice of Sci Fi

“Randy Dandy O” by Bounding Main
from Lost at Sea – Sea Shanties and Nautical Ballads

“Sackpipslat” by Wolgemut
from Momento

“The Fields of Athenry” by Jesse Linder
from The Bramble and the Rose

“Christopher Columbo” by Iris & Rose
from The Crass Menagerie

We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at
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“Mon Coeur” by Three Quarter Ale
from Intertwined

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #152 – Kristen’s Totally Inappropriate Porno Bawdy Holiday Special Show

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Well as I have said before I am still recovering from a crashed hard drive, to the point that I haven't even set up Itunes yet, however this has got me downloading it now lol, enjoy.

Renaissance Festival Podcast #152 – Kristen’s Totally Inappropriate Porno Bawdy Holiday Special Show

January 4th, 2011

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Music By The Poxy Boggards, The Dregs, Siler & Clarc, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Axel the Sot, The Interpeters, Crass Roots, Bedlam Bards, Seymoure, Craig of Farrington, Merry Mischief, Iris n Rose, and Bocca Musica

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for details.

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THIS WEEK:

The Poxy Boggards, “She’s a Whore” from Liver Let Die

“Do You Have What I Have?” by The Dregs
from Dreggnog

Siler & Clarc, “Nine Inches Will Please A Lady”
from Blu

The Merry Wives of Windsor, “All the Lads in Town”
from Here’s to the Men

Axel the Sot, “The Hairs of Her Dickie Di Doh (LIVE)”
from Bottled Up!

The Interpeters, “Professions”
from Be Gentle

Crass Roots, “Roll Me Over” from The Orphaned Celtic Children’s Whiskey Fund

Bedlam Bards, “The Vicar and the Frog”
from Barnyard Bedlam: A Cock and Bull Story

Seymoure, “The Pudding Song”
from Seymoure Says

Craig of Farrington, “When Sylvia is Bathing”
from Naughty

Merry Mischief, “My Thing is My Own”
from Lusty Ditties

“Old King Cole” by Iris n Rose
from Bedtime Stories

We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at
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listens to this podcast, tells their friends, and interacts with us on
our various forums. A very special thanks to those who financially
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“Enormous Penis” by Bocca Musica
from Goin’ South


 

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The Renaissance Festival Podcast Show 150 and 151

Sorry these are so late, my hard drive crashed and I had a devil of a time finding the passwords to all the sites I belong to. I only keep passwords saved on my master computer and guess which one died on me... Luckily I still had my old master computer, but I had to go get it out of storage and that is in San Diego and I am in Santa Clara, that is only 439 miles here and 439 back... lol, Oh well here you go.

 

Renaissance Festival Podcast Show #151 – Christmas Show Special

December 24th, 2010

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Music By The Limeybirds, Vince Conaway, Wine and Alchemy, Heather Dale, Kerridwynn, The Gypsy Guerrilla Band, The Bilge Pumps, Marc Gunn, Porter & Stout, Coyote Run, Diane Linn, Craig of Farrington, Maidens III, and Malarkey and Poppycock

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Celtic music, the Traditional and the Twisted
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and at night, sing with me.
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Visit www.celticinvasion.com
for details.

NOTES:

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This year’s Renaissance Festival Awards already have more
votes then last year. If you have not voted yet, then make
sure you do. If you have voted already, tell all your
friends, enemies, and arch enemies to do the same.
It is a great way to show some appreciation for all the
hardworking people around the world who make Renaissance
Festivals so much fun!

THIS WEEK:

“The Limey’s 12 Days of Christmas” by The Limeybirds
from All We Want for Christmas

“The Holly and the Ivy” by Vince Conaway
from Hang the Holly

“Turning of the Seasons” by Wine and Alchemy
from Turning of the Seasons

“This Endris Night” by Heather Dale
from This Endris Night

“Winter’s Farewell” by Kerridwynn
from Winter’s Farewell

“Cold Frosty Morning” by The Gypsy Guerrilla Band
from Ernie’s Pot O’Gold

The Bilge Pumps, “A Pirate’s Night Before Christmas”
from A Pirate’s Christmas Wish

Interview with The Bilge Pumps

The Bilge Pumps, “A Pirate’s Christmas Wish”
from A Pirate’s Christmas Wish

“Coventry Carol” by Porter & Stout
from Christmas on the Cutlass

“Somerset Wassail” by Coyote Run
from Tend the Fire

“Wintry Queen” by Diane Linn
from Janus

“Gaia Song/Winter” by Craig of Farrington
from Blue Upon Blue

“Snowbird” by Maidens III
from Charm & Fire

We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at
music@renaissancefestivalmusic.com. We want to thank everyone who
listens to this podcast, tells their friends, and interacts with us on
our various forums. A very special thanks to those who financially
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“Ave Maria” by Malarkey and Poppycock
from A Drink to All!

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The Renaissance Festival Podcast Show #150 – Our Favorites

December 20th, 2010

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Music from Tania Opland and Mike Freeman, Empty Hats, Minstrosity, Coyote Run, Bedlam Bards, Brobdignagian Bards, 3 Pints Gone, Craig Of Farrington, Vince Conaway, Seymoure, The Pyrates Royale, L’Ensemble Cercamon, Bounding Main, and The Dregs

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and at night, sing with me.
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for details.

NOTES:

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Please rate the podcast on iTunes
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This year’s Renaissance Festival Awards already have more
votes then last year. If you have not voted yet, then make
sure you do. If you have voted already, tell all your
friends, enemies, and arch enemies to do the same.
It is a great way to show some appreciation for all the
hardworking people around the world who make Renaissance
Festivals so much fun!

Best Use of Period Weaponry to Carve a Pumpkin Contest Winner: Thom Strizek
Best Pumpkin Contest Winner: Daphne Yu

They both win a free copy of the Renaissance Festival Compilation CD! Congratulations!

THIS WEEK:

Tony Artym’s Selections:

“When I Was A Young Maid” by Tania Opland and Mike Freeman
from Choice Faire

“Cyrus in the Moonlight” by Empty Hats
from The Hat Came Back

“Tinkers’ Rest” by Minstrosity
from Why Am I Not Surprised?

Joe Haydu’s Selections:

“Wintery Queen” by Coyote Run
from Between Wick and Flame

“Cyrus in the Moonlight” by the Empty Hats
from The Hat Came Back (Also requested by Tony!)

“The Dark Lady” by Bedlam Bards
from Furious Fancies

“Christmas Time in Texas” by the Brobdingnagian Bards
from Christmas in Brobdingnag, Vol. 1

Kristen Roger’s Selections:

“The Moose Song” by 3 Pints Gone
from One More Round

“The Two Magicians” by the Empty Hats
from The Hat Came Back

“Lusty Young Smith” by the Brobdingnagian Bards
from A Faire To Remember

“Old Dun Cow” by the Brobdingnagian Bards
from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales

Marc Gunn’s Selections:

“The 3 Song” by Craig Of Farrington
from 20 Years Of Spicy Delights

“Labyrinth” by Vince Conaway
from Labyrinth

“The Pudding Song” by Seymoure
from Seymoure Says

“Ballad of Joss” by Bedlam Bards
from On the Drift

Matt Ledder’s Selections:

“Come Down You Roses/Blood Red Roses” by The Pyrates Royale
from Tales of the Brigantine

“Quand La Pastora” by L’Ensemble Cercamon
from L’Ensemble Cercamon Singles

“Blow Liza Blow” by Bounding Main
from Going Overboard

“Oor Hamlet” by the Brobdingnagian Bards
from Real Men Wear Kilts

“Sail the Sky” by Bedlam Bards
from On the Drift

We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at
music@renaissancefestivalmusic.com. We want to thank everyone who
listens to this podcast, tells their friends, and interacts with us on
our various forums. A very special thanks to those who financially
support the podcast by making donations or through your purchases
of music through renaissancefestivalmusic.com

“Wagon Wheel” by The Dregs
from Angelina Farewell Concert

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #149 – Spooky Songs Halloween Ren Fest Special

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #149 – Spooky Songs Halloween Ren Fest Special

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Music from Water Street Bridge, Jolly Rogers, Brobdingnagian Bards, The Dregs, Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogges, Boogie Knights, Minstrels of Mayhem, Howl-O, The Reelies, Circled by Hounds, Fugli, Heather Dale, Scott Boswell, Voltaire, Marc Gunn, and Celtic Stone. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com

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Wouldn’t it be amazing to walk among the rolling green
hills of Ireland? Picture the texture of standing
stones, the sounds of Irish fiddle, and the wet taste
of Guinness on your lips and you’re just now beginning to
understand the magic of each Celtic Invasion of Ireland.
The next trip is scheduled for June 13-20, 2011.
Find all the details when you visit the
website at www.celticinvasion.com .

NOTES:

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Best Pumpkin Contest and Best Use of Period Weaponry to Carve a Pumpkin Contest
Win a free copy of the Renaissance Festival Compilation CD by posting a picture of your best pumpkin or your best use of period weaponry when carving a pumpkin. There will be two winners, one from each category. All submissions must be your own work and must be posted to the Facebook page by Midnight on Oct. 31, 2010. Good luck!

THIS WEEK:

“Danse Macabre” by Water Street Bridge
from Danse Macabre

BREAK

“The Devil’s Son” by Jolly Rogers
from Pirate’s Gold

“O’er the Way” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Marked By Great Size

“Zombies in the Shire” by The Dregs
from Angelina Farewell Concert

“Skeleton Crew” by Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogges
from Tales of the Black Dog

“Lycanthrope in Love” by Boogie Knights
from Oh, The Horror!

BREAK

“The Banshee” by Minstrels of Mayhem
from Rocky Road

“Twa Corbies” by Howl-O
from Ren-Ditions

“The Fairy Wives Reels” by The Reelies
from Myth and Memory

“The Well Below The Valley” by Circled by Hounds
from Chasing Our Tales

BREAK
PROMO – Transylvania Television
CONTEST! – Best Pumpkin and Best Use of Period Weaponry to Carve a Pumpkin
Win a free copy of the Renaissance Festival Compilation CD by posting a picture of your best pumpkin or your best use of period weaponry when carving a pumpkin. There will be two winners, one from each category. All submissions must be your own work and must be posted to the Facebook page by Midnight on Oct. 31, 2010. Good luck!

“Ghost of John” by Fugli
from Shakespeare: All the thrills without the frills

“Black Fox” by Heather Dale
from The Road to Santiago

“Samhain Dance” by Scott Boswell
from Jug of Punch

“The Beast of Pirate’s Bay” by Voltaire
from To the Bottom of the Sea

“I’ll Drink from Dusk Til Dawn” by Marc Gunn
from Happy Songs of Death

We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at
music@renaissancefestivalmusic.com. We want to thank everyone who
listens to this podcast, tells their friends, and interacts with us on
our various forums. A very special thanks to those who financially
support the podcast by making donations or through your purchases of
music through renaissancefestivalmusic.com.

“Two Magicians” by Celtic Stone
from Digital Flashbacks

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #148 – Interview with Craig of Farrington

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #148 – Interview with Craig of Farrington

October 21st, 2010

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Music from Fugli, Coeur De Lion, The Dregs, Emerald Rose, Brobdingnagian Bards, Interview with Craig of Farrington, Jim Hancock, Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogges, 3 Pints Gone, Harpnotic, and Marooned. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com

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Travel to the world with your
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Celtic music, the Traditional and the Twisted
See the sites during the day,
and at night, sing with me.
Next up is Ireland in 2011.
Visit www.celticinvasion.com
for details.

NOTES:

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Please rate the podcast on iTunes

THIS WEEK:

“Dance Of The Woodland Fae” by Fugli
from Shakespeare: All The Thrills

“Queen’s Lunch” by Coeur De Lion
from Coeur De Lion

“Charlie” by The Dregs
from Angelina Farewell Concert

“Come To The Dance” by Emerald Rose
from Songs for the Night Sky

“Wild Mountain Thyme” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from A Faire to Remember

FEATURE – Interview with Craig of Farrington

PROMO – Transylvania Television
(TVTV Real Meanin’ of Halloween Special Show October 22, 2010)

“Spanish Ladies” by Jim Hancock
from Rolling Home

“Cuckoo’s Nest” by Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogges
from Tales of the Black Dog

“Black & Tans” by 3 Pints Gone
from Home Brew

“Dark Forest” by Harpnotic
from Harpnotic

We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at
music@renaissancefestivalmusic.com. We want to thank everyone who
listens to this podcast, tells their friends, and interacts with us on
our various forums. A very special thanks to those who financially
support the podcast by making donations or through your purchases of
music through renaissancefestivalmusic.com.

“Double Rounds / On We Go” by Marooned
from Better Than Live

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #147 – Interview with The Swordsmen

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #147 – Interview with The Swordsmen

October 12th, 2010

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Music from Rhianon, Emerald Rose, Blackmore’s Night, Empty Hats, Kenny Klein, Interview with The Swordsmen, Whiskey Bards, Pandora Celtica, Marc Gunn, Tartanic, and Heather Alexander. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com

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Celtic music, the Traditional and the Twisted.
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Next up is Ireland in 2011.
Visit www.celticinvasion.com
for details.

NOTES:

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Please rate the podcast on iTunes

THIS WEEK:

“Cruel Mother” by Rhianon
from Single

“Three More Drops” by Emerald Rose
from Archives of Ages To Come

“Rainbow Blues” by Blackmore’s Night
from Ghost Of A Rose

“Cyrus In The Moonlight” by Empty Hats
from The Hat Came Back

“I’m Not Drunk” by Kenny Klein
from Barley Moon

FEATURE – Interview with The Swordsmen
PROMO -Irish & Celtic Music Podcast, Slice of SciFi

“Pass The Bottle” by Whiskey Bards
from Women, Whiskey & War

“Cannonball” by Pandora Celtica
from F’n Sharp

“Jock Stuart, A Man Who Wears A Kilt Every Day” by Marc Gunn
from Kilted For Her Pleasure

“Scratchy Maggie” by Tartanic
from Unstoppable

We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at
music@renaissancefestivalmusic.com. We want to thank everyone who
listens to this podcast, tells their friends, and interacts with us on
our various forums. A very special thanks to those who financially
support the podcast by making donations or through your purchases of
music through renaissancefestivalmusic.com.

“Wolfen One” by Heather Alexander
from Midsummer

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #146 – Interview with La Paloma Hats

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #146 – Interview with La Paloma Hats

October 5th, 2010

Music from Abby Green, Craig of Farrington, Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogs, The Lost Boys, Mallory & McCall, Interview with La Paloma Hats, Jack Salt & The Captain’s Daughter, Tartanic, Circled by Hounds, Gallamor the Bard, Bedlam Bards & Andruss. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com

Sponsor: Celtic Invasion Vacations

Wouldn’t it be amazing to walk among the rolling green
hills of Ireland? Picture the texture of dtanding
stones, the sounds of Irish fiddle, and the wet taste
of Guinness on your lips and you’re just now beginning to
understand the magic of each Celtic Invasion of Ireland.
The next trip is scheduled for June 13-20, 2011.
Find all the details when you visit the
website at www.celticinvasion.com .

NOTES:

Cast your votes in the 6th Annual Renaissance Festival Awards. See past winners here.
Holiday Slow Down Update
Find Faire News
Living History Podcast
Commendations to Tony Artym for the Ren Fest Podcast Facebook Page
Special thanks to Matt Ledder for the new and improved podcast
Please rate the podcast on iTunes

THIS WEEK:

“Beidh Aonach Amarach” by Abby Green
from Einini

“The Chill Eastern Winds” by Craig of Farrington
from Blue Upon Blue

“Skeleton Crew” by Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogs
from Tales of the Black Dog

“The Hod Song” by The Lost Boys
from Heroes & Scoundrels

“Dirty Ol’ Bird” by Mallory & McCall
from Kings of the Sea

FEATURE – Interview with La Paloma Hats
PROMO – Irish & Celtic Music Podcast

“Water is Wide” by Jack Salt & The Captain’s Daughter
from Bring Us a Barrel

“Amazing Grace (Hendrix Mix)” by Tartanic
from Unstoppable

“Cooliskerry” by Circled by Hounds
from Chasing Our Tails

“Dark Wanderer” by Gallamor the Bard
from Gather Day

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“The Mermaid” by Bedlam Bards & Andruss
from Barnyard Bedlam: A Cock and Bull Story

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