July 27th, 2005

Renaissance Festival Podcast, Episode 6, July 30-31, 2005

Featuring music from Jesse Linder, Cantiga, The Limey Birds, Tartanic, & Pandora Celtica.

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Bristol Renaissance Faire
Jesse Linder, "The Coachman's Whip" from Easy & Free
URL: http://www.wolfstudio.com/crossrogues/aboutus.htm

Sterling Renaissance Festival
Cantiga, "The Magick Butterfly" from Once Upon a Time
URL: http://www.cantigamusic.com
Buy CD: http://cdbaby.com/cd/cantiga/from/celtic/

Abingdon Renaissance Festival
The Limey Birds, "Rolling Me Over in the Clover" from TWEET!

- Keep an eye open this weekend for the second addition of The Pirate’s Podcast from Michael McDane Harris at RenRadio.com. Next up is Tartanic

Silver Leaf Renaissance Faire
Tartanic, "Farewell Pixel" from Unthinkable

Colorado Renaissance Festival, Last Weekend
Pandora Celtica, "Sailor’s Prayer"
Recorded live at Opus Fantasy Arts Festival http://www.opusfest.com/

- At John Stillmank’s request, we are embedding the show notes into the MP3s. So when you download them you can find out all about the bands by looking in your shownotes OR by visiting our website. BTW. Have you added a link to the podcast from your webpage? This site relies on your support. If you like to hear Renaissance Festival music, then please help promote the website.

- If you want to contribute interveiws, sound bytes, or music, email me at marc ATthebards DOT net wih REN FEST PODCAST in the subject line. We would love to have you involved in this podcast, so please drop us a line and let us know what you think of it.

And now for something completely different...
A new segment of very non-Ren Faire-like music by Renaissance Festival artists.

This is a new segment I thought up inspired by the fact I wanted to play something different. Last night Kristen and I were at Spider House Coffee House here in Austin supporting a friend and a cool movement. Every Tuesday night, they show Firefly at Spider House. My friend Cedric of the Bedlam Bards was there playing his latest filk called “The Ballad of Joss”. It’s a rockin’ little ditty that you can download for free from our shownotes at RenaissanceFestivalMusic.com. You can’t stop the signal. The movie is out in September. Here’s Cedric and The Pine Valley Players.

Cedric of the Bedlam Bards, “The Ballad of Joss”
Download It: http://mp3-postcards.com/listen/?888
Read The Ballad of Joss Lyrics

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