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Well first I would like to apologize for the delay in Podcasts, but sometimes life goes that way.  Hopefully good old Murphy has decided to go pick on someone else for a while and we can get back to our regular schedule.  In the mean time, here are the shownotes for the latest Podcasts, enjoy >:-}


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Renaissance Festival Podcast #120 – Bawdy Special

Friday, February 5th, 2010
Music from The Merry Wives of Windsor, Axel the Sot, The Jolly Rogers, Brobdingnagian Bards, The Limeybirds, Three Quarter Ale, The Pyrates Royale, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Mistress Bawd, Queen’s Gambit, Bedlam Bards, and Queen Anne’s Lace.

Brought to you by…
Celtic Invasion Vacations, your ticket to the experience of a lifetime.
Find out more athttp://www.celticinvasion.com/

Notes:
- FaireNews.com
- RESCU Foundation
- ATTN BANDS: Send your calendar comments to Joe Haydu at music @ renaissancefestivalmusic.com.
-Download this week’s podcast.

Music

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

Axel the Sot, “Beer Is Better Than Women” from Tales from the Tavern

The Jolly Rogers, “Curvy Girls” from Loose Cannons
In Our Cups, “The Violet Time” from Foolish Pleasure
Brobdingnagian Bards, “A Fairy Story” from A Faire to Remember
The Limeybirds, “Londontowne” from The Naked Album

Three Quarter Ale, “Two Magicians” from Three Quarter Ale

The Pyrates Royale, “The Ratcliffe Highway” from Tales from the Brigantine
The Merry Wives of Windsor, “Letters from the Sea” from Here’s to the Men

Mistress Bawd, “The Moose” from Give Back My Bordello

Queen’s Gambit, “Moose to Bruce” from Off the Board!
Bedlam Bards, “Beat Me” from Take Out the Trash
Queen Anne’s Lace, “The Chandler’s Wife” from Faire… to Stormy Weather
Jesse Linder, “The Coachman’s Whip” from Easy & Free

- We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at music@renaissancefestivalmusic.com with REN FEST PODCAST in the subject line.
- We want to thank everyone who listens to this podcast and tells their friends. Thanks to those you email us and to those who post in our message board at RenaissanceFestival dot com. And a special thanks to those who financially support the podcast by making donations or through your purchases in the Renaissance Festival Podcast Music Store at CDBaby.
- Special thanks John B. for maintaining the myspace page, RenaissanceFestival.com and ModernBard.org.
- The Renaissance Festival Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, Kristen Roger, and Joe Haydu. If you like what you heard today, visit our shownotes at www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com and find out more about the artists who make the music happen. Show your support by telling your friends of the great music you found.

Marc Gunn with Lorella Loftus reading “The Faire is Over”

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #119 – October 17-18, 2009

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010
Music from The Rogues, Siler and Clarc, Tania Opland and Mike Freeman, Istanpitta, Counterfeit Bards, Brodbingnagian Bards, Cantiga, Djilia Phralengo, Whirly Jig, In Our Cups, Nancy Daily-Green, and Tullamore.

Brought to you by…
Celtic Invasion Vacations, your ticket to the experience of a lifetime.
Find out more athttp://www.celticinvasion.com/

Notes:
- FaireNews.com
- RESCU Foundation
- ATTN BANDS: Send your calendar comments to Joe Haydu at music @ renaissancefestivalmusic.com.

-Download this week’s podcast.

Music

* The Rogues, “The Red Head” from Off Kilter

* Siler and Clarc, “Have Some Madiera M’Dear”

* Tania Opland & Mike Freeman, “When I Was A Maid” from their CD Choice Faire

* Istanpitta, “CSM #100″ from Pilgrimage to the Shrine of Saint Mary

* Counterfeit Bards, “Goddess Within” from Bard From This Hall

* Brobdingnagian Bards, “A Prudent Thief” from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales

* Cantiga, “Skillywidden” from Martha’s Dragon

* Djilia Phralengo, “Primavera” from Oracle

* Whirly Jig, “Bitter Wine” from Thing-A-Ma Jig

* In Our Cups, “Aunt Clara” from Foolish Pleasures

* Nancy Daily-Green, “Dublin Lady” from Delia’s Hearth

* Tullamore“Wedding Jigs” from Wild and Wicked Youth

Listener Comments

- We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at mailto:music@renaissancefestivalmusic.com with REN FEST PODCAST in the subject line.

- We want to thank everyone who listens to this podcast and tells their friends. Thanks to those you email us and to those who post in our message board at RenaissanceFestival dot com. And a special thanks to those who financially support the podcast by making donations or through your purchases in the Renaissance Festival Podcast Music Store at CDBaby.

- Special thanks John B. for maintaining the myspace page, RenaissanceFestival.com and ModernBard.org.

- The Renaissance Festival Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, Kristen Roger, and Joe Haydu. If you like what you heard today, visit our shownotes at www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com and find out more about the artists who make the music happen. Show your support by telling your friends of the great music you found.

Marc Gunn with Lorella Loftus reading The Faire is Over

 

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #118 – October 10-11, 2009

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010
Music from The Sonic Sihde Tribe, Empty Hats, Jolly Rogers, Neidfyre, Silent Lion, Tartanic, Ten Penny Traveler, Queen’s Gambit, Terry Griffith, Haggis Rampant, Pandora Celtica, and Craig of Farrington

Brought to you by…
Celtic Invasion Vacations, your ticket to the experience of a lifetime.
Find out more athttp://www.celticinvasion.com/

Notes:
- FaireNews.com
- RESCU Foundation
- ATTN BANDS: Send your calendar comments to Joe Haydu at music @ renaissancefestivalmusic.com.

-Download this week’s podcast.

Music

* The Sonic Sihde Tribe, “Siren’s Call”

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

* Jolly Rogers, “Wicked” from Cutlass, Cannon, and Curves

* Neidfyre, “Napolean Crossing the Alps” from Waddles from the Sea

* Silent Lion, “Backyard Renaissance” from Into the Medieval World

* Tartanic, “Jig Trade Off” from Unmistakeable

* Ten Penny Travelers, “Rose of Innismore” from Beyond the Gate

* Queen’s Gambit, “Lord Inchiquin” from Fianchetto

* Terry Griffith, “Devil’s Only Daughter” from For My Grandfathers

* Haggis Rampant, “Anthem_Scotland the Brave, Wings” from Haggis Rampant

* Pandora Celtica, “Black & Tan” from Pandora Celtica

* Craig of Farrington, “Loch Tay Boat Song” from Easy Being (Disc 1)

Listener Comments

- We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at music@renaissancefestivalmusic.com with REN FEST PODCAST in the subject line.

- We want to thank everyone who listens to this podcast and tells their friends. Thanks to those you email us and to those who post in our message board at RenaissanceFestival dot com. And a special thanks to those who financially support the podcast by making donations or through your purchases in the Renaissance Festival Podcast Music Store at CDBaby.

- Special thanks John B. for maintaining the myspace page, RenaissanceFestival.com and ModernBard.org.

- The Renaissance Festival Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, Kristen Roger, and Joe Haydu. If you like what you heard today, visit our shownotes at www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com and find out more about the artists who make the music happen. Show your support by telling your friends of the great music you found.

Marc Gunn with Lorella Loftus reading The Faire is Over

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