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Thursday, April 15th, 2010

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Renaissance Festival Podcast 122
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Staring Kristen Roger Marc Gunn and Joe Haydu

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #122 – Feature on Bard O’Neill

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

Special feature on The Bard O’Neill. Music from Claire Roche, Fred Gosbee & Julia Lane, Bounding Main, Tullamore, Celtic Stone, Diane Linn, Brobdingnagian Bards, Wicked Tinkers, Queen Anne’s Lace, Shillelagh Law, The Merry Wives Of Windsor
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Travel to Ireland this summer
July 19-26 with Marc Gunn,
The Godfather of Celtic Music Online
See the sites during the day, and at night, sing with me.
Join me as we celebrate Women of Ireland
like Bridget O’Malley, the Pirate Queen.
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“He Wishes For The Cloths Of Heaven” by Claire Roche
from Dancing In The Wind
“I’ze the B’y” by Fred Gosbee & Julia Lane
from Looking Home
“Toss and Roll” by Bounding Main
from Going Overboard
“Gathering of Atholl” by Tullamore
from The O’Malley’s Sessions – One for the Road
“Bring on the Starlight” by Celtic Stone
from Digital Flashbacks
Special feature on The Bard O’Neill
“Harris and the Mare ” by Diane Linn
from Tales of the Trickster
“Paddy McCullough” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Songs of Ireland
“Hornpipes/Mazurka” by Wicked Tinkers
from Hammered
“Mary Mack” by Queen Anne’s Lace
from Unlaced
“The Gallowglass from Calontir” by Shillelagh Law
from Songs from the Bridge
Podcast Promo from The Geek Spin
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“Bog Down in the Valley-O” by The Merry Wives Of Windsor
from Here’s to the Men

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