Renaissance Festival Podcast, Episode 8, August 13-14, 2005
Music from The Reelies, Seelie Court, Scottish Mayhem, Moch Pryderi, The Limey Birds, Tartanic, Bedlam Bards and the Brobdingnagian Bards
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New York Renaissance Faire
The Reelies, "Bedlam Boys" from Myth and Memory, http://www.thereelies.com/
Bristol Renaissance Faire
Seelie Court, "Olde Hogshead Pub" from The Court Is Now In Session, http://www.ilevel.net/seelie-court/main.htm
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Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire
Scottish Mayhem: "Desert Storm" from Lookin' Ahead, http://scottishmayhem.com/
Moch Pryderi (Moch (as in Mocha coffee) pre-DER-ee), "Swan-An Alarch" from Belly Jerk, http://www.mochpryderi.com/
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- Thanks to Shannon Creamer who helped get permission for Scottish Mayhem.
- Thanks to http://RenRadio.com/
. Both those websites are getting the word out about the Renaissance Festival Podcast. We would love it if you too would add a link to our podcast. And don’t forget to let us know when you get one up.
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Abingdon Renaissance Festival
The Limey Birds, "Rolling Me Over in the Clover" from TWEET!, http://www.limeybirds.com/
The Washington Renaissance Faire in Gig Harbor
Bedlam Bards, "Black Leather Band" from Take Out the Trash, http://www.bedlambards.com/
- 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. If you are on Skype and would like to leave a voice message, contact me. I’m bellobard and would love to have your comments about the podcast.
- I have a small personal request this week. My group the Brobdingnagian Bards will perform at DragonCon during the first weekend of September. We are looking into the possibility of doing a small house concert tour in the Southeast. If you would like us to play in your home and think you can gather a minimum of 10 friends on a weekday, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org . We would like to see if we can make it possible to tour through your town.
Closing the Faire
Brobdingnagian Bards, "Health to the Company" from A Faire to Remember, http://www.thebards.net/
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