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Wednesday, July 21st, 2010
6:27 pm
[johndbr]
Renaissance Festival Podcast #136 – Feature on Silent Lion
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Renaissance Festival Podcast #136 – Feature on Silent Lion

Music from by The Rogues, Whiskey Bards, Tulstin Troubadours, Axel the Sot, Hey Nunnie Nunnie, Feature on Silent Lion, Vince Conaway, Bocca Musica, Iris n Rose, Craig of Farrington, Richard Griffith, Pandora Celtica. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com

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NOTES:

Make Your Nomination for the Renaissance Festival Hall of Fame
Brobdingnagian Bards Reunion Concert at DragonCon 2010
Official release of Kilted For Her Pleasure on August 16, 2010. T-Shirts and free stickers are currently available.
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THIS WEEK:

“Amazine Grace” by The Rogues
from Made in Texas

“Pirate Lullabye” by Whiskey Bards
from The Recruiter…Free Rum Ain’t Free

“Black Nag” by Tulstin Troubadours
from Rennies Of Unusual Sound

“The Old Dunn Cow” by Axel the Sot
from BOTTLED UP!

“Cheerful Giver” by Hey Nunnie Nunnie
from Hey Nunnie! Nunnie!

“Backyard Renaissance” by Silent Lion
from Into the Medieval World

FEATURE – Silent Lion
Podcast Promo from Z-Net Central

“Flowers of Edinburgh” by Vince Conaway
from Next Market Day

“Il bianco e dolce Cigno” by Bocca Musica
from Fyer, Fyer!

“Trouble Seeing Harry” by Iris n Rose
from The Crass Menagerie

“A Lady Sweet and Kind” by Craig of Farrington
from Nice

Live Recording by  Richard Griffith
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.

“Irish Rover” by Pandora Celtica
from F’n Sharp

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Thursday, July 15th, 2010
1:56 am
[johndbr]
Renaissance Festival Podcast #135 – Feature on Knightly Order of the Fiat Lux
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Sorry, we are currently experiencing difficulties with Itunes and are working to fix them, however the direct download and player seems to be working. So you can get it there or the website in the shownotes http://renaissancefestivalmusic.com/news/ Enjoy!!!
 

Renaissance Festival Podcast #135 – Feature on Knightly Order of the Fiat Lux

July 13th, 2010

Music from Queen Anne’s Lace, Kerridwynn, Sarah Marie Mullen, The Harper and the Minstrel, Marc Gunn, Feature on Knightly Order of the Fiat Lux, The Poxy Boggards, TomLori, 3 Pints Gone, The Gypsy Guerrilla Band, Gallamor the Bard, Coyote Run. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com

Sponsor: Celtic Invasion Vacations

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The Godfather of Celtic Music Online
See the sites during the day,
and at night, sing with me.
Next up is Ireland in 2011.
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NOTES:

Hall of Fame Nominations
Remember we are still accepting your nomations for the Renaissanc Festival Hall of Fame. Follow the link in the shownotes to nominate someone who you think belongs in the Hall of Fame. You can find more info about it in show #129.

Kilted For Her Pleasure To Be Officially Released on August 16, 2010

THIS WEEK:

“Dona Nobis Pacem” by Queen Anne’s Lace
from Faire… to Stormy Weather

“Loch Lomond” by Kerridwynn
from Memories in Thyme

“George In The Land Of Sheep (Planxty George Brabazon/Spootiskerry/Willafjord)” by Sarah Marie Mullen
from Harper’s Bizarre

“The Lady Sif’s Lament” by The Harper and the Minstrel
from The Road To Lindemar

“The Call of the Bodice” by Marc Gunn
from Kilted For Her Pleasure

FEATURE – Feature on Knightly Order of the Fiat Lux

“Happy Jack’s Undrinkable Ale” by The Poxy Boggards
from Chorus for a Queen

Podcast Promo from Tuning Into Sci Fi

“Swallow-Maggie-Morrison” by TomLori
from Angus

“Little Drummer Girl” by 3 Pints Gone
from One More Round

“Billy Sullivan’s Polka” by The Gypsy Guerrilla Band
from Ernie Rocks

“The Minstrel” by Gallamor the Bard
from Gather Day

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.

“Bye Bye Blues/Bill Bailey” by Coyote Run
from Pleads the 5th

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Tuesday, July 6th, 2010
7:20 pm
[johndbr]
Renaissance Festival Podcast #134 – The Drinking Show
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Renaissance Festival Podcast #134 – The Drinking Show

July 6th, 2010

Music from Marc Gunn, Axel the Sot, Iris and Rose, Blackjacks ‘N Blarney, Brobdingnagian Bards, The Dregs, The Muses, Joni Minstrel, Queen’s Gambit, Bret Blackshear, Bounding Main, Craig of Farrington, Merry Wives of Windsor, The Lost Boys, and The Jolly Rogers. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com

Today’s show is brought to you by
Celtic Invasion Vacations

Travel to the world with your
podcast host, Marc Gunn,
The Godfather of Celtic Music Online
See the sites during the day,
and at night, sing with me.
Next up is Ireland in 2011.

NOTES:

Drinking show: We are half way done with the Faire season, but really do we need any reason to drink?
Renaissance festival Podcast is not responsible of any kind for the drunkenness that may occur while listening to this.
The Drinking Game. Take a drink when…
  1. There is a stumble, or screw up
  2. Beer, Whiskey, Ale, Rum, is said
  3. When Marc promotes himself
  4. Marc plugs one of his other shows
  5. When they make up some facts that are not true
  6. For every time Kristen, Joe, Marc, Matt laugh
  7. Take 2 shots if someone picks on Marc
  8. When Wenches or lass are said take bawdy shot off the person closes to you
Celtic CD Summer Blowout Sale!

THIS WEEK:

“Beer, Beer, Beer” by Marc Gunn
from Kilted For Her Pleasure

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

“Bring Me Some Whiskey” by Iris and Rose
from Bed Time Stories

“Old Black Rum” by Blackjacks ‘N Blarney
from Renaissance Festival Podcast Compilation and Dancing the Hempin Jig

“Old Dun Cow (MacIntyre!)” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from The Holy Grail of Irish Drinking Songs

“God Hates A Whiskey Waster” by The Dregs
from Are You Gonna Drink That?

“Whiskey You’re the Devil” by The Muses
from The Muses – Live!

“Whiskey and Beer” by Joni Minstrel
from Joni Minstrel Kicks the King

“Whiskey In The Jar” by Queen’s Gambit
from En Passant

“Drinking Stories” by Bret Blackshear
from Fingers, Frets, and Fire

“Pass the Mug” by Bounding Main
from Going Overboard

“The 3 Song” by Craig of Farrington
from Blue upon blue

“Devil and the Knight” by The Merry Wives of Windsor
from Here’s To The Men

“We Never Drink” By The Lost Boys
from The Lost Boys

“One for the Road” by The Jolly Rogers
from X Marks the Spot

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Tuesday, June 29th, 2010
11:54 am
[johndbr]
Renaissance Festival Podcast #133 – Five-Year Anniversary Special
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Renaissance Festival Podcast #133 – Five-Year Anniversary Special

June 29th, 2010

Music from Tania Opland & Mike Freeman, Empty Hats, Iris and Rose, Pandora Celtica, The Rogues, Marc Gunn, Cantiga, The Limeybirds, Vince Conaway, The Gutterpups, Brobdingnagian Bards, Tourdion, Jesse Linder, The Crimson Pirates. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com

Today’s show is brought to you by
Celtic Invasion Vacations
Travel to the world with your
podcast host, Marc Gunn,
The Godfather of Celtic Music Online
See the sites during the day,
and at night, sing with me.
Next up is Ireland in 2011.

NOTES:

Celtic CD Summer Blowout Sale!

All’s Faire An internet TV show.

THIS WEEK:

“When I Was A Maid” Tania Opland & Mike Freeman
from Choice Faire

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

“Cucumber Song” by Iris and Rose
from Missed Conceptions, Part Whew

“Sailor’s Prayer” by Pandora Celtica
from F’n Sharp

“The Red Head” by The Rogues
from Off Kilter

“Close Your Eyes” by Marc Gunn
from Kilted For Her Pleasure

“Childgrove” by Cantiga
from The Otter’s Pool

“The Flower Duet” by The Limey Birds
from TWEET!

“The Seeker” by Vince Conaway
from Distractions from the Muse

“John Riley” by The Gutterpups
from Within the Lamp

“Exclamations” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales

“Liverpool Judies” by Tourdion
from Live at Stronghold

“The Coachman’s Whip” by Jesse Linder
from Easy & Free

“Wild Mountain Thyme” by The Crimson Pirates
from The Crimson Pirates

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Monday, June 21st, 2010
11:17 pm
[johndbr]
Renaissance Festival Podcast #132 – Feature on Fairy Day
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Renaissance Festival Podcast #132 – Feature on Fairy Day

June 22nd, 2010

Music from Djilia Phralengo, Cast In Bronze, Marc Gunn, Maidens IV, NeidFyre, Queen’s Gambit, Vince Conaway, Haggis Rampant, Dan the Bard, Joni Minstrel, Sirens’ Song, Brobdingnagian Bards, Kaade, Three Quarter Ale. Interview with Twig the Fairy. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com

Today’s show is brought to you by
Blackthorn Village Renaissance Faire
All of the romance…. none of the plagues.
Blackthorn Village Renaissance Faire is a new festival
located in the hills of Northeastern Arkansas.
Enjoy a weekend of faire magic.

NOTES:

Correction: Jerry Barry not Jim Barry
Hall of Fame Nominations
Five-year anniversary of the show is show #133

THIS WEEK:

“Enchantment” by Djilia Phralengo
from Rheliq

“Dance Of The Fireflies” by Cast In Bronze
from Spirit Of The Bells

“Stardust Serenade” by Marc Gunn
from Heart’s Ease

“Fiddlers Magic” by Maidens IV
from Four Aflame

“King of the Faeries/Rights of Man” by NeidFyre
from Waddles from the Sea
Interview with Twig the Fairy

“Fairy Story” by Queen’s Gambit
from OFF THE BOARD!

“The Butterfly” by Vince Conaway
from Distractions From the Muse

“The Fairy Lullaby/Gin I Were A Baron’s Heir” by Haggis Rampant
from Wee Beastie

“The Fairy Princess Picklesauce and the Hungry Manticore Monster” by Dan the Bard
from Manticores and Owlbears: Songs about Dragons and the Dungeons in which they dwell!

“Give the Land Back to the Trolls” by Joni Minstrel
from Joni Minstrel & The Revolution Against Monarchs

“Spirits of The Sky” by Sirens’ Song
from Starlight And Shadow

“Lady Faery” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Songs of the Muse

“The Faery Queen” by Kaade
from At A Loss For Words

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.

“All Souls Night” by Three Quarter Ale
from Three Quarter Ale

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Tuesday, June 15th, 2010
7:59 am
[johndbr]
Renaissance Festival Podcast #131 – Feature on The Dregs
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Renaissance Festival Podcast #131 – Feature on The Dregs

June 15th, 2010
Music from Silent Lion, Fugli, Kenny Klein, Mistress Bawd, Scott Boswell, Feature on The Dregs, TomLori, Djilia Phralengo, Maidens IV, Wicked Tinkers, 3 Pints Gone. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com

Today’s show is brought to you by
Celtic Invasion Vacations
Travel to the world with your
podcast host, Marc Gunn,
The Godfather of Celtic Music Online
See the sites during the day,
and at night, sing with me.
Next up is Ireland in 2011.

NOTES:

Hall of Fame Nominations
Remember we are still accepting your nomations for the Renaissanc Festival Hall of Fame. Follow the link in the shownotes to nominate someone who you think belongs in the Hall of Fame. You can find more info about it in show #129.

Five-year anniversary of the show is show #133. Record and email your congrats to music@renaissancefestivalmusic.com

THIS WEEK:

“Agincourt Carol” by Silent Lion
from Into the Medieval World

“Where The Bee Sucks” by Fugli
from Shakespeare: All The Thrills (Extra Content)

“Love Letter To New York From A Bar In Los Angeles” by Kenny Klein
from Little Birds Of Desire

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

“John Barleycorn” by Scott Boswell
from Jug Of Punch

“Six Days on Land” by The Dregs
from Thank You Sir May I Have Another

FEATURE – Feature on The Dregs
“Brawk Brawk Brains” by The Dregs
Podcast Promo from The Seeker Cast

“Road Trip” by TomLori
from Angus

“Duelo” by Djilia Phralengo
from Oracle

“Midnight Stone” by Maidens IV
from Emerald Fire

“Wicked Bough” by Wicked Tinkers
from Whisky Supper

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.

“Away Rio” by 3 Pints Gone
from There Is A Ship

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Tuesday, June 8th, 2010
9:20 am
[johndbr]
Renaissance Festival Podcast #130 – Feature on Jerry Barry of RESCU
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Renaissance Festival Podcast #130 – Feature on Jerry Barry of RESCU

June 8th, 2010
Music from Bedlam Bards, Flying Fish Sailors, Craig of Farrington, Minstrosity, Queen’s Gambit, Phil Johnson, Feature on Jerry Barry of RESCU, Hey Nunnie Nunnie, Minstrels of Mayhem, The Limeybirds, Marc Gunn, The Rosewood Guild, Siler & Clarc. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com

Today’s show is brought to you by
Celtic Invasion Vacations
Travel to the world with your
podcast host, Marc Gunn,
The Godfather of Celtic Music Online
See the sites during the day,
and at night, sing with me.
Next up is Ireland in 2011.

NOTES:

Hall of Fame Nominations
Suggestion for someone to be interviewed? Post in the shownotes.

THIS WEEK:

“Campbell’s Farewell to Red Gap / Newcastle” by Bedlam Bards
from Furious Fancies

“Haul U-Haul Haul” by Flying Fish Sailors
from Loch Ness Monster

“Delightful Devorah And Sinful Saiid” by Craig of Farrington
from 20 Years of Spicy Delights

“What Would You Do If You Married A Soldier / Harvest Home” by Minstrosity
from Why Am I Not Surprised?

“Blackbird” by Queen’s Gambit
from Pawn to King Four

“Cyclops” by Phil Johnson
from Encore for a Queen

FEATURE – Feature on Jerry Barry of RESCU

“Endearing Young Charms” by Hey Nunnie Nunnie
from Encore for a Queen

Podcast Promo from Technorama

“Groundhog Day” by Minstrels of Mayhem
from Blind Man’s Bluff

“The Ballad of Lily & Sam” by The Limeybirds
from The Naked Album

“Gollum Blues” by Marc Gunn
from What Color Is Your Dragon?

“The Ashgrove” by The Rosewood Guild
from Forever and a Day

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.

“The Loving Time” by Siler & Clarc
from A Little Longer

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Tuesday, June 1st, 2010
7:40 pm
[marcgunn]
Renaissance Festival Podcast #129 – Interview with Phil Johnson of RESCU

Music from, Serenata, The Pirate Shantyman, The Bringers, Empty Hats, Thomas “Doc” Grauzer, Tourdion, Interview with Phil Johnson of RESCU, The Minstrels of Mayhem, Wyldefyre, NeidFyre, Retha Ferrell, The Harper and the Minstrel, Merry Mischief. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com

Today’s show is brought to you by
Celtic Invasion Vacations
Travel to the world with your
podcast host, Marc Gunn,
The Godfather of Celtic Music Online
See the sites during the day,
and at night, sing with me.
Next up is Ireland in 2011.

NOTES:

Hall of Fame Nominations

Faire: An American Renaissance

Awesome trip to Scotland!

Joe Haydu to Return soon!

THIS WEEK:

“Tourdion” by Serenata
from Serenata

“Wild Rover” by The Pirate Shantyman
from Faire Favorites and Songs of the Sea

“Swallowtail” by The Bringers
from Ramblers and Rovers

“Beggars to God” by Empty Hats
from The Hat Came Back

“The Clergy’s Lamentation” by Thomas “Doc” Grauzer
from Infernal Harp Racket

“Down in the Valley So Shady” by Tourdion
from Concert for a Queen

FEATURE – Interview with Phil Johnson of RESCU

“A Chance to Sing for the Queen” by The Minstrels of Mayhem
from Concert for a Queen

Podcast Promo from The Signal

“Bonnie Susie Clelland” by Wyldefyre
from All’s Faire

“Brian Boru” by NeidFyre
from Waddles from the Sea

“Terry McKee” by Retha Ferrell
from unreleased CD

“Bridget Cruise 3rd Air” by The Harper and the Minstrel
from The Road to Lindemar

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.

“Quare Bungle Rye” by Merry Mischief
from Lusty Ditties

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Wednesday, May 26th, 2010
11:39 pm
[johndbr]
Renaissance Festival Podcast #128 – Interview with Ray St. Louis

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Staring Kristen Roger Marc Gunn and Joe Haydu

Renaissance Festival Podcast Shownotes

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #128 – Interview with Ray St. Louis

May 25th, 2010
Music from Brobdingnagian Bards, Axel The Sot, Boogie Knights, Gypsy Guerrilla Band, Thyme Awaye, Merry Madrygal Mavyns, Cast in Bronze, Cedric the Fiddler, Merry Measure, Clandestine. Feature on Ray St. Louis and the Rennie Subculture.

Today’s show is brought to you by
Celtic Invasion Vacations
Travel to the world with your
podcast host, Marc Gunn,
The Godfather of Celtic Music Online
See the sites during the day,
and at night, sing with me.
Next up is Ireland in 2011.

NOTES:

Marc Gunn’s Facebook page
Coming of Best of the Brobdingnagian Bards Compilation

THIS WEEK:

“Hobbit’s Dance” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Memories of Middle Earth

“101 Nights” by Axel the Sot
from Tales From The Tavern The Best of Axel The Sot

“Put a wooden Stake Through His Heart” by Boogie Knights
from Oh, The Horror!

“Shame on You” by Gypsy Guerrilla Band
from Ernie’s Pot O’Gold

“Highland Harry” by Thyme Awaye
from Thyme Awaye

FEATURE – Ray St. Louis and the Rennie Subculture

“Down River” by  Merry Madrygal Mavyns
from Five Tenors Of A Different Timbre

“Hand in Hand” by Cast in Bronze
from The Voyage

“Estampie” by Cedric the Fiddler
from Cedric’s Overmode

“Sail Away” by Merry Measure
from Faire Warning

PROMO – On the Edge of Darkness Audio Drama
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.

“Telfer Jigs” by Clandestine
from Songs from Home

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Saturday, May 22nd, 2010
9:29 am
[johndbr]
Renaissance Festival Podcast 127 – Feature on Tortuga Twins

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Staring Kristen Roger Marc Gunn and Joe Haydu

Renaissance Festival Podcast Shownotes

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #127 – Feature on Tortuga Twins

May 18th, 2010

Music from Curtis & Loretta, Sarah Marie Mullen, Jon Baade, The CrossRogues, Emerald Rose, The Jolly Rogers, In Our Cups, TomLori, Queen’s Gambit, Bounding Main. Feature on the Tortuga Twins.

Today’s show is brought to you by
Celtic Invasion Vacations
Travel to the world with your
podcast host, Marc Gunn,
The Godfather of Celtic Music Online
See the sites during the day,
and at night, sing with me.
Next up is Ireland in 2011.

Notes:

Marc Gunn at Texas Scottish Festival first weekend of June

In the middle of my Celtic Invasion of Scotland

This Week:

“Tum Balalaika” by Curtis & Loretta
from Just My Heart For You

“Dance Of The Yeti” by Sarah Marie Mullen
from Harper’s Bizarre

“Johnny Cope” by Jon Baade
from Cliche

“Down in the Moor” by The CrossRogues
from Another Round

“Four Doors to Elfland” by Emerald Rose
from Archives of Ages To Come

FEATURE – Tortuga Twins

“Sardinia Song” by Tortuga Twins

“Biddie McGraw” by The Jolly Rogers
from Loose Cannons: The Jolly Rogers VI

“The Dragon and the Virgin” by In Our Cups
from Foolish Pleasure

“Pas Tyme with Goode Company” by TomLori
from Dancing in the Streets

“Ballad of St. Anne’s Reels” by Queen’s Gambit
from En Passant

Podcast Promo from Gmail Podcast

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“Fareweel Tae Tarwathie” by Bounding Main
from Going Overboard

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Saturday, May 15th, 2010
11:51 pm
[johndbr]
Renaissance Festival Podcast #126 – Feature on Bedlam Bards

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Staring Kristen Roger Marc Gunn and Joe Haydu

Renaissance Festival Podcast Shownotes

Support the Podcast, Buy a CD!
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Renaissance Festival Podcast #126 – Feature on Bedlam Bards

May 11th, 2010
Music from The Gypsy Guerrilla Band, The Rogues, New World Renaissance Band, Kindred Spirits, Nancy Daily-Green, Bedlam Bards, The BorderCollies, Philip Hole, Albannach, Owl Morrisom, Wicked Tinkers. Feature on Bedlam Bards.

Today’s show is brought to you by
Celtic Invasion Vacations
Travel to the world with your
podcast host, Marc Gunn,
The Godfather of Celtic Music Online
See the sites during the day,
and at night, sing with me.
Next up is Ireland in 2011.

Notes:

Celtic Invasion of Ireland moves to 2011
“The Faire Is Over” returns per your votes
Nominations for Hall of Fame now open

This Week:

“Maggie Picking Cockles” by The Gypsy Guerrilla Band
from Ernie’s Pot O’ Gold II

“Groovy Scooby” by The Rogues
from Made in Texas

“Maid in Bedlam” by Owain Phyfe and the New World Renaissance Band
from Where Beauty Moves and Wit Delights

“L’Innamorata” by Kindred Spirits
from Dispelling All Woes

“Jolly Grog” by Nancy Daily-Green
from Silly Songs of the Selkie / Faire Favorites, Vol. 1

“Scottish Shepard” by Bedlam Bards
from Barnyard Bedlam: A Cock and Bull Story

FEATURE – Bedlam Bards

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

“Thunderhead Jig Set” by The BorderCollies
from The Road from Swannanoa

“Old Rosin The Bow” by Philip Hole
from The Singing Gravedigger

“Pictavia’s Pride” by Albannach
from Eye Of The Storm

“Road to Lisdoonvarna” by Owl Morrison
from Sister Viola

Podcast Promo from The Adventures of Indiana Jim
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“Piper’s Lung/Hornpipe Set (Live)” by Wicked Tinkers
from Banger for Breakfast

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #125 – Feature on The Moor of Dundee

May 4th, 2010
Music from Haggis Rampant, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Craig of Farrington, Kenny Klein, Celtic Stone, Leza Mesiah, Tulstin Troubadours, Rambling Sailors, Cantiga, Jon Baade, Heather Dale.

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This Week:

“Teribus/Corriechoillie’s Welcome/Capt. Norman Orr Ewing” by Haggis Rampant
from Tri

“Blonde Chantey” by The Merry Wives of Windsor
from Tales from the Windsor’s Tavern

“Nearly Rivendell” by Craig of Farrington
from Easy Being Green

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

“Jigoid Units” by Celtic Stone
from Natural Bridges

“Loch Loehman/Red Is the Rose)” by Leza Mesiah
from The Moor of Dundee

FEATURE – The Moor of Dundee

“Mbube/Wimoweh (African Lullaby)” by Leza Mesiah
from The Moor of Dundee

“Lass Of Aughrim” by Tulstin Troubadours
from Rennies Of Unusual Sound

“Patrick Street” by Rambling Sailors
from Bright Shining Clear

“Childgrove” by Cantiga
from The Otter’s Pool

“Cliche” by Jon Baade
from Cliche

Podcast Promo from Future Traditions
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“Hunting The Wren” by Heather Dale
from The Green Knight

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Tuesday, April 27th, 2010
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Renaissance Festival Podcast #124 – Final Weekend Interview with Sherwood Forest Faire
A.K.A. The Return of Kristen!!!



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Renaissance Festival Podcast #124 – Final Weekend Interview with Sherwood Forest Faire

Music from Celtic Mayhem, Season’s Melody, Serenata, Queen’s Gambit, Marc Gunn, FEATURE on Sherwood Forest Faire, Hawke, Kaade, Shillelagh, Water Street Bridge, Ravens.

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NOTES:
Correction: Grace O’Malley, the Pirate Queen. Not Bridget.
Spring Music Party
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THIS WEEK:

“Black Leg Miner” by Celtic Mayhem
from Celtic Mayhem

“Star of the County Down” by Season’s Melody
from The Crossroads Faire

“Ai!  La Bono Fourtuno” by Serenata
from Serenata

“Johnny Be Fair” by Queen’s Gambit
from Off the Board

“Kilted For Her Pleasure” by Marc Gunn
from Kilted For Her Pleasure

FEATURE – Sherwood Forest Faire

“Lifeline” by Hawke
from Out of the Nest

“Carolan’s Welcome” by Kaade
from Second Hearing

“All Around My Hat” by Shillelagh
from Evening Pint

“Johnson Girls” by Water Street Bridge
from Danse Macabre

Podcast Promo from Babyon Podcast
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“Giant” by Ravens
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Wednesday, April 21st, 2010
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Renaissance Festival Podcast #123 – Feature on Rambling Sailors
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Renaissance Festival Podcast #123 – Feature on Rambling Sailors

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

Music from Bocca Musica, Blackmore’s Night, The Lost Boys, Clandestine, Marc Gunn, FEATURE on Rambling Sailors, Tartanic, Dan Marcotte, Nancy Daily-Green, The Pyrates Royale, Voltaire.
 

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NOTES:
- Send your news, interviews, and historical features
- Looking for CD Reviewers
Do you love faire music? Want to get some free faire music? All you have to do is review some CDs for the Renaissance Festival Podcast. We’re expanding to include CD reviews of faire enterainers. We’d love you to be part of it. Just email us.
- Audio Editor Wanted. We are looking for someone who knows a little bit about audio editing and is interested in editing the Renaissance Festival Podcast.

 
THIS WEEK:

“Solfeggio Ale” by Bocca Musica
from We Are Entertainers

 

“Where Are We Going From Here” by Blackmore’s Night
from Ghost Of A Rose


“We Are the Lost Boys” by The Lost Boys
from The Lost Boys


“Back to Chico” by Clandestine
from To Anybody at All

 

“Red, Red and Black” by Marc Gunn, The Godfather of Celtic Music Online
from Happy Songs of Death


FEATURE – Rambling Sailors

“Pirate’s Life” by Rambling Sailors
from Bright Shining Clear


“Beggars to God” by Rambling Sailors
from Bright Shining Clear


“Airholes” by Tartanic
from Tartanic – Uncensored-Archives Vol. 1 (Live)


“Pete the Polymorpher” by Dan Marcotte
from Manticores and Owlbears


“Baidin Fheidhlimidh (Philip’s Little Boat)” by Nancy Daily-Green
from singing, dancing, everywhere

 

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


Podcast Promo from The Signal Podcast


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


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Thursday, April 15th, 2010
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Renaissance Festival Podcast 122
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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
Today’s show is brought to you by
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like Bridget O’Malley, the Pirate Queen.
NOTES:
- New Renaissance Festival CDs in 2009
- RenPerformers
- Submit Ren Faire Music
- Send your news, interviews, and historical features
THIS WEEK:
“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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Renaissance Festival Podcast 121 Tuesday, April 6th, 2010
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Renaissance
Festival Podcast #121

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010
Music from The Musical Blades, Empty Hats, The
Lost Boys, Thyme Awaye, The Harper and the Minstrel, The Jolly Rogers,
Craig of Farrington, Heather Alexander, Diabolus in Musica, Owain Phyfe
and the New World Renaissance Band. Special feature on Sherwood Forest
Faire.

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- Send your news, interviews, and historical features

THIS
WEEK:

“Castrating Katy” by The Musical Blades

from Piratically
Incorrect
“Raggle Taggle Gypsys” by Empty Hats
from Empty
hats Greatest Hats
“Voices” by The Lost Boys

from The Lost
Boys
“Highland Harry” by Thyme Awaye

from A
Collection of Live Recordings
“Lady Sif’s Lament” by The Harper and
the Minstrel

from The Road To Lindemar
FEATURE – Sherwood Forest
Faire

“Wild Gypsy Girl” by The Jolly Rogers

from Cutlass, Cannon and Curves
“Banks O’Doon” by Craig of Farrington

from Nice
“Ravensballade” by Diabolus
in Musica

from Vibrabimus!
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Podcasts Galor...
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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.

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Notes:
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- 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.

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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.

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- 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.

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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

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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.

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Saturday, October 10th, 2009
12:11 am
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Renaissance Festival Podcast #117

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Monday, October 05, 2009

Renaissance Festival Podcast #117 -October 3-4, 2009

 

Music from Owain Phyfe, The Reelies, Tom Lori, Blackmore’s Night, Bruno’s Boys, Tullamore, The Rosewood Guild, Sweet Amaryllis, Rathflaed DuNoir, Moch Pryderi, Mickle-A-Do, and Coyote Run.

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

-Download this week's podcast.

Music

*Owain Phyfe, "Fa La La Lan" from Poets, Bards, & Singers of Song

* The Reelies, "Tom of Bedlam"

* Tom Lori, "LaVolta" from Dancing in the Streets

* Blackmore’s Night, "Hanging Tree" from Fires at Midnight

* Bruno’s Boys, "Black Velvet Band" from Last Call

* Tullamore, "Step it Out, Mary " from Timber & Stream

* The Rosewood Guild, "Wilde Mountain Thyme" from Forever and a Day

* Sweet Amaryllis, "Come Again"

* Rathflaed DuNoir, "The Price"

* Moch Pryderi, "Swan-An Alarch"

* Mickle-A-Do, “Red-haired Boy” from Dear Friends and Gentle Hearts

* Coyote Run, “Dragon of Cabo San Lucas” from Pleads the 5th

Faires Running This weekend

*The Ontario Lawton Renaissance Festival, Milton, Lawton, OK

*The Hanford Renaissance of Kings Cultural Arts Faire, Hanford, CA

*The Northern California Renaissance Faire, Hollister, CA

*The Connecticut Renaissance Faire, Hebron, CT

*The Kingdom of Riverssance, Souix City, IA

*The Stronghold’s Olde English Faire, Oregon, IL

*Fishers Renaissance Festival, Fishers, IN

*King Richard's Faire, Carver, MA

*The Maryland Renaissance Festival, Crownsville, MD

*The Michigan Renaissance Faire, Holly, MI

*The Minnesota Renaissance Festival, Shakopee, MN

*The Kansas City Renaissance Festival, Boner Springs, KS

*The Hudson River Pirate Festival, Beacon, NY

*The Ohio Renaissance Festival, Harveysburg, OH

*The Pennsylvania Renaissance Festival, Mannhiem, PA

*The Wild Rose Renaissance Festival, Columbus, PA

*The Middlefaire Renaissance and Medieval Festival, Hillsboro, TX

*The Door City Renaissance Fantasy Faire, Carlsville, WI

*The Cloisters Medieval Faire, Fort Tyron Park, NY, NY

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


Friday, September 18th, 2009
9:29 am
[johndbr]
Renaissance Festival Podcast #115
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Kristen Roger Marc Gunn and Joe Haydu



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Monday, September 14, 2009

Renaissance Festival Podcast #115 – September 12-13, 2009 Bawdy Bachelor Party Special

 

Music from Bedlam Bards, Axel the Sot, Brobdingnagian Bards, Craig of Farrington, Crass Roots, Empty Hats, Iris and Rose, Merry Mischief, Mistress Bawd, The Bildge Pumps, and The Limeybirds

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

-Wench Magazine – All Things Renaissance & Fantasy - will launch this Fall and we are inviting Merchants to advertise and to submit items for review. 100,000 full color copies of Wench will be distributed at Ren Faire’s & Fantasy Festivals through the 2009/2010 season. Visit www.WenchMagazine.com for details and to preview the publication.

-Download this week's podcast.

Music

* Bedlam Bards, "Maids, When You’re Young, Never Wed an Old Man" from Take Out The Trash

* Axel the Sot, "No Balls At All" from Song to Sing When You’re Drunk

* Brobdingnagian Bards, "Do Virgins Tast Better Medley" from A Faire to Remember

* Craig of Farrington, "When Sylvia is Bathing" from Naughty

* Crass Roots, "Roll Me Over" from The Orphaned Celtic Children’s Whiskey Fund

* Empty Hats, "Widow of Westmoreland’s Daughter" from 5

* Iris and Rose, "Moose " from The Bust Of … Iris and Rose

* Merry Mischief, "My Thing is My Own" from Lusty Ditties

* Mistress Bawd, "I Never Will Marry" from Give Back My Bordello

* The Bildge Pumps, "The Farmer" from Brigand’s With Big’uns

* The Limeybirds, "Professions" from Tweet

Faires Running This weekend

*The Ardenwood Shakespeare Festival & Renaissance Festival, Fremont, CA

*The Northern California Renaissance Faire, Hollister, CA

*The Ramona Bowl Renaissance Faire, Hemet-San Jacinto, CA

*The Shaver Renaissance Faire, Shaver, CA

*The Des Moines Renaissance Faire, Des Moines, IA

*King Richard's Faire, Carver, MA

*The Maryland Renaissance Festival, Crownsville, MD

*The Michigan Renaissance Faire, Holly, MI

*The Minnesota Renaissance Festival, Shakopee, MN

*The Kansas City Renaissance Festival, Kansas City, MO

*The St. Louis Pirate Festival, Wentzville, MO

*The Warrant Count 4H Renaissance Festival, Harmony, NJ

*The New York Renaissance Faire, Tuxedo, NY

*The Sands Point Faire, Port Washington, NY

*The Ohio Renaissance Festival, Harveysburg, OH

*The Kings Champion Renaissance Faire, Tulsa, OK

*The Pennsylvania Renaissance Festival, Mannhiem, PA

*The Pittsburg Renaissance Festival, West Newton, PA

*The Enchantment Faire at Stonehenge, Natural Bridge, VA

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


Sunday, September 6th, 2009
9:58 pm
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Renaissance Festival Podcast #114 – September 5-6, 2009

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Staring

Kristen Roger Marc Gunn and Joe Haydu



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Sunday, September 06, 2009

Renaissance Festival Podcast #114 – September 5-6, 2009

 

Music from Minstrel Woode, Tania Opland and Mike Freeman, Joni Minstrel, L'Ensemble Cercamon, Cantiga, Nancy Daily-Green, Bounding Main, Minstrosity, Craig of Farrington, Ten Penny Travelers, and the Flying Fish Sailors

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

-Wench Magazine – All Things Renaissance & Fantasy - will launch this Fall and we are inviting Merchants to advertise and to submit items for review. 100,000 full color copies of Wench will be distributed at Ren Faire’s & Fantasy Festivals through the 2009/2010 season. Visit www.WenchMagazine.com for details and to preview the publication.

-Download this week's podcast.

Music


* Minstrel Woode, "La-Di-Dum" from Driftwoode

* Tania Opland and Mike Freeman, "When I Was A Young Maid" from Choice Faire

* Joni Minstrel, "Burn the Bodice" from Joni Minstrel & The Revolution Against the Monarchs

*L'Ensemble Cercamon, "Quand La Pastora" from http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/cercamon1/from/celticBlau

* Cantiga, "Andaluz" from Martha's Dragon

* Nancy Daily-Green, "Off to California/Red Haired Boy/Fisher's Hornpipe" from Singing, Dancing, Everywhere

* Bounding Main, "Cape Cod Girls" from Lost at Sea - Sea Shanties and Nautical Ballads

*Minstrosity, "The Ballad of Tommy Gibb" from Why Am I Not Surprised?

* Craig of Farrington, "The Undressing Song" from A Rhyme For Orange (and other Slices of Silliness)

* Ten Penny Travelers, "Dapper Dan" from Beyond the Gate

* Flying Fish Sailors, "Flupandemic" from Loch Ness Monster

Faires Running This weekend

*Captain Redbeard's Feast Pirate & Seafood Festival, Honeoye, NY

*The Ramona Bowl Renaissance Faire, Hemet-San Jacinto, CA

*The Des Moines Renaissance Faire, Des Moines, IA

*King Richard's Faire, Carver. MA

*The Maryland Renaissance Festival, Crownsville, MD

*The Michigan Renaissance Faire, Holly, MI

*The Minnesota Renaissance Festival, Shakopee, MN

*The Kansas City Renaissance Festival, Kansas City, MO

*The New York Renaissance Faire, Tuxedo, NY

*The Ohio Renaissance Festival, Harveysburg, OH

*The Pennsylvania Renaissance Festival, Mannhiem, PA

*The Pittsburg Renaissance Festival, West Newton, PA

*The Bristol Renaissance Faire, Kenosha, WI

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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