celtic show

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celtic show

Postby Stevyn » Wed Feb 10, 2010 5:37 pm

Brian Kelly - eight-time All-Ireland champion on banjo and mandolin

Breabach - Scotland. touring UK in March and April

Adam McNaughtan - a Scottish folk singer, noted for his songs on post-War Glasgow. He owned a second-hand book shop in Parnie Street in Glasgow.

Carlos Nunez - from Northern Spain. has worked with The Chieftains.

Niamh Parsons & Graham Dunne - from Dublin Ireland. Touring the east coast (us) starting next week.
http://www.niamhparsons.com/bio.html

Lúnasa - http://www.facebook.com/lunasaband
from ireland. touring east coast of US this April.

Christy O'Leary (Ireland) male, voice, uilleann pipes, whistle, fiddle & Bert Deivert guitar/bouzouki (USA) -

andy m stewart take her in your arms - from Scotland
http://www.andymstewart.com/

Anuna - http://www.anuna.ie/ from ireland - choral ensemble - home from a tour of Japan. many sold out shows including a sold out show in Hyogo Performing Arts Center, HYOGO SOLD OUT

Al O'Donnell - was a graphic artist in RTE ( Irish Television ) played live on many occasions in folk clubs in Dublin in the 70s and early 80s . very hard to find his records.

The McCalmans - http://www.the-mccalmans.com/
compilation double album "The Greentrax Years" was released on January 6th 2010. On tour in Denmark right now.

Liz Doherty - http://www.lizdoherty.ie/ fiddle player from ireland, went to school in cork.

James Graham - young man sings in scottish gaelic . http://www.jamesgraham.net

Back of the Moon - http://www.footstompin.com/artists/back_of_the_moon
from scotland

Joanie Madden - http://www.cherishtheladies.com/ American band performing Irish tunes. 03/16/10
Denver, CO - Boettcher Concert Hall, Denver Performing Arts Complex with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra


Noel Murphy - http://www.noelmurphy.org.uk, grew up in dublin

great big sea - "a Canadian folk-rock band from Newfoundland and Labrador, best known for performing energetic rock interpretations of traditional Newfoundland folk songs including sea shanties, which draw from the island's 500-year-old Irish, English, and French heritage. The band also performs original material." performing at Boulder Theatre March 12, 13. Playing in Aspen March 14.

Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem - Irish folk music singing group, made it big in new york in the 60s

Davy Steele - scottish singer It was while with Battlefield Band that Davy was diagnosed with brain cancer, and subsequently taken from life's stage all too prematurely in April, 2001, at the age of 52.

Corries - a Scottish folk group that emerged from the Scottish folk revival of the early 1960s. The early 1970s were the Corries' finest hour. They had several albums in the top 50 album charts in Scotland, and released a single: - "Flower of Scotland" (1974). It was quickly adopted by supporters of rugby football as the unofficial national anthem and is still used at Scotland's international matches. It is also used as the national anthem at international football matches. http://www.corries.com/

Jim Malcolm - http://www.jimmalcolm.com/ from scotland - will be in AZ in October, maybe we can have him visit Colorado.

Alasdair Fraser - http://www.alasdairfraser.com/ Scottish fiddler. Fiddle Train from portland to SF mid May

Duck Baker - http://duckbaker.com/ from Virginia.

Steve Baughman - http://www.celticguitar.com/ San Francisco based fingerstyle guitar player with a passion for Celtic music

BUTTER DOGS - Butter Dogs acoustic Irish music band was formed by three young Japanese musicians in the Kansai (Osaka/Kyoto) area in 2004 and was immediately well received. They soon became highly regarded, not only for live performances, but also for lessons, workshops

Martin Simpson - http://www.answers.com/topic/martin-simpson
he was born in South Humberside, England, but moved to the United States in the late '80s

::silly

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http://www.celticconnection.com/

The Celtic Connection started as a one page newsletter in 1993 out of Nallen's Irish Pub in Denver, Colorado and has developed into a nice little paper. We have come across wonderful talents in our own backyard in the Rocky Mountains and have made amazing connections all around the world.
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Re: celtic show

Postby Stevyn » Thu Feb 11, 2010 2:57 pm

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So honored to host the KGNU's "Seolta Gael" show Feb 10th, 2010. Please forgive me for my technical difficulties and my dorky MCing but I had a blast sharing such beautiful music and I hope you will enjoy. Cheers from Colorado!

MP3 archive is here:
http://ironfeather.com/mp3/celtic_show_2010-02-10.mp3
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