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This week´s AMFM is the fifth hour of a 9.5h set that I played at Concrete in Paris on May 7th 2017. The French Techno Scene has had a revival as big as I haven’t really seen it before in any other countries. Since about 5-6 years France has managed to really come back into the circle of countries where Techno and House music play a major cultural role. By now there are many amazing events and clubs all over France and one major driver of that scene and one of the places to be, is the club Concrete in Paris. This is not the first podcast of mine that comes out of this beautiful club on a boat on the river Seine. I have been playing Concrete regularly in the past years and enjoyed every minute of it. I also played many all night long gigs, but nothing like this one beginning of May. Now that the club has a license to stay open longer, I was told a week before, that I could play till 9:30 in the morning if I wanted to, starting of course at midnight, when the main floor opens. Besides the fact that I love playing opening sets (you will see me doing this for HYTE in Ibiza a couple of times again in the main room of Amnesia this summer), it is something special at Concrete. Once the doors open, it only takes about 10-20 min, till the place is packed, so not much time to fool around in the beginning, but also not to smash it right away, since you know you have another 9h to go. Playing those long sets is always an adventure, you never know where you end up and you are subject to many different factors. I did prepare a little more than usual for this gig, so I picked some special old goodies and had them in mind to drop them here and there. Let´s see if you can spot them. This night, I must say, went incredibly well, but that is not only due to the nice staff and promoters, it is mostly thanks to that open minded beautiful audience, that is willing to join you on a journey through the night - as cheesy that might sound now - but that ´s what it is. So I hope you enjoy this long ride right here on AMFM in the next weeks. Remember, you get one hour each week and after 9 weeks, you will have the whole set, with only little of my talking, as I give you most info here in my set report. I wanna thank the Paris Clubbers again for pushing me through such a long night with such a great vibe. Concrete rocks and I can’t wait to be back. Comments always welcome :) Enjoy!

Ep. 527, Peter Pan, part2of9, by J.M. Barrie  

Shadows can have a life of their own, you know. Especially when you come from the Neverland. J. M. Barrie, today on The Classic Tales Podcast.

Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening.

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For 11 years now, The Classic Tales Podcast has delivered astoundingly high quality classic tales week after week. We have journeyed to Dracula’s Carpathian castle, and swung through the jungle with Tarzan. We’ve visited Italy with Lucy Honeychurch, and swashbuckled with Zorro. We’ve been terrified by Edgar Allan Poe, and laughed out loud with P.G. Wodehouse. And all the while, we’ve been getting smarter. From expanding our vocabulary to fending off Alzheimer’s, listening to classic audiobooks is just so, so good for you. And, it’s super fun!

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And now, Peter Pan, Part 2 of 9, by J. M. Barrie

 

Celtic Punk #313  

Grinning Beggar is taking over the show with Celtic punk from The Biblecode Sundays, The Pourmen, California Celts, McScallywag, Nevermind Nessie, The O'Reillys and the Paddyhats, Firkin, SMZB, The Wakes, Handsome Young Strangers, Black Water County, Hoist The Colors, The Peelers, In For a Penny. Listen. Like. Share. Then download 34 Celtic MP3s for Free! http://celticmusicpodcast.com 

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

Every year, I take Celtic music fans on an adventure of a lifetime. This is not your typical wham-bam-thank you m'aam tour. We travel in small groups. We explore the Celtic history of different regions. We don't need to see everything, because this is a vacation. Instead, our invasion brings out the relaxation and magic of our adventure. In 2018, you can join me on a Celtic Invasion of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Sign up to the mailing list at celticinvasion.com.

 

Notes:

* Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a musician and podcaster. You can share this show and find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. And you can support this show on Patreon.

* CELTIC PODCAST NEWS

The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast comes out each and every week due to the generosity of people like you. Your kind pledge of as little as $1 per episode pays for the production of this podcast, as well as my time in producing the show. You get shows before regular listeners and my deepest thanks. When we hit a milestone, you get a 2-hour special. I want to thank to our newest patrons! Together, these awesome folks helped us hit our next Patreon Milestone. So I'm gonna plan 2-hours of Scottish music to be released in late June or July. Become a patron today!

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This Week in Celtic Music

"Count Your Blessings" by The Biblecode Sundays from New Hazardous Design

"Day Drinking" by The Pourmen from Rise & Shine

"Ghost Ship" by California Celts from Totally Nautical: Pirate Songs of the Spanish Main

"St. Paddy's Anthem" by McScallywag from Dirty Waters

"Best of Foes" by Nevermind Nessie from Best of Foes

"The Boxer" by The O'Reillys and the Paddyhats from Sign of the Fighters

"Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye" by Firkin from Into the Night

"Ten Thousand Ways To Rebel" by SMZB from

"King's Schilling" by The Wakes from VENCEREMOS

"Poor Ned" by Handsome Young Strangers from Battle of Broken Hill

"Under Skies of Black and Blue" by Black Water County from Taking Chances

"Little Rebel" by Hoist The Colors from Mourners

"I'm Off To Kill The Devil" by The Peelers from Palace of the Fiend

"Stumblin' Home" by In For a Penny from Every Day

"Tattletale" by In For a Penny from One More Last Hurrah

"If I Get to Heaven" by In For a Penny from The Guardian Angel Sessions

VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20. It's easier than ever to do. Just list the show number, and the name of one or two bands. That's it. You can vote once for each episode help me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2017 episode.

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368: Building Muscle & Testosterone On A Ketogenic Diet, Food Combining, Psychedelic Experimentation, Natural Depression Remedies & More!  

June 14, 2017 Podcast: 368 - Building Muscle & Testosterone On A Ketogenic Diet, Food Combining, Psychedelic Experimentation, Natural Depression Remedies & More! NEW! Click here for the official BenGreenfieldFitness calendar of events. Have a podcast question for Ben? Click the tab on the right (or go to SpeakPipe), use the Contact button on the app, call 1-877-209-9439, or use the “Ask Ben” form at the bottom of this page. ----------------------------------------------------- News Flashes: Interval training is one of the best anti-aging forms of exercise out there: - 4 min on, 3 min off x 3. So you *can* build muscle and testosterone on a ketogenic diet (says the latest research). And here's a great follow-up article by the study authors. We're Entering A New Golden Age of Psychedelics, and Portland is Leading the Way - and a related review of four different psychedelics by the author. Oh yeah, and magic mushrooms are ‘safest drugs’ compared to LSD, ecstasy & cocaine – says study. Travel east and you’ll need morning light and evening melatonin; go west and you’ll need evening light and morning melatonin. You can receive these News Flashes (and more) every single day, if you follow Ben on Twitter.com/BenGreenfield, Instagram.com/BenGreenfieldFitness, Facebook.com/BGFitness, BenGreenfieldFitness.com/Snapchat, and Google+. Special Announcements: This podcast is brought to you by: -TeloYears - find out more at bengreenfieldfitness.com/teloyears and listen to my podcast about it. -FourSigmatic Mushroom Extracts – use code “bengreenfield” for 15% off -Onnit – Get 10% off ANYTHING, from functional foods to supplements and beyond, at onnit.com/bengreenfield -Casper Matresses: Get $50 toward any mattress purchase by visiting Casper.com/BEN and using promo code ‘BEN' -Click here to donate any amount you'd like to support the podcast! -Click here to follow Ben on Snapchat, and get ready for some epic stories on his morning, daily and evening routine! What did you miss this week? A clay mask, a park workout, a morning routine change-up, an epic post-race salad and more. NEW! Click here for the official BenGreenfieldFitness calendar. Ben will be racing on the Spartan Pro Team for 2017! You can catch him at any of these races below and you can click here to register: -Blue Mountain Challenge, July 8 -Southeast Showdown, Asheville, July 29 -The Ascent, West Virginia, August 26 -July 11th, 2017: David Bouley's “The Chef & The Doctor Series” in TriBeca, New York. Please join me at Bouley Botanical for a over a multi-course wine dinner, curated by Chef David Bouley. We'll start with a reception featuring passed canapés and a specialty health tonic cocktail. Guests will have the opportunity to mingle and ask me any questions they like. Chef Bouley will then prepare a multicourse menu with wine pairing featuring products and ingredients to address the topic of the evening. Get your tickets here. -Sep 8-11, 2017: Who Wants To Live Forever Conference in Reykjavík, Iceland. Most of us not only want to have a long lifespan, but also a long healthspan; to be fit and healthy throughout the course of our lives. As we move into this unprecedented era of human history, a question arises: how far can the human healthspan be extended, and what are the most effective ways to achieve longevity? Click here for tickets! -Oct 13-15, 2017: Biohacker Summit, Helsinki, Finland. This event is the focal point for learning faster, performing better, living longer, and enjoying more what you wake up to do every day. Discover the latest in wearables, internet of things, nutrition, digital health, and mobile apps to increase performance, be healthier, stay fit, and get more done. Get your tickets here! -Dec 7-9, 2017: XPT Experience, Kauai, Hawaii. Join me, Brian Mackenzie, Kelly Starrett, Julia Starrett, Laird Hamilton and Gabby Reece, for an epic, all-inclusive performance living workshop this Dec 7, 8 and 9 in beautiful Kauai, Hawaii. Come and join us for pool training, underwater workouts, gym training, breathing instruction, outdoor workouts, recovery biohacking and much more! Get your tickets here. -Dec 17-23-9, 2017: Runga Retreat, Cambutal, Panama. This retreat spans 8-days and centers around fostering heightened awareness, presence, and connection with others through a mandatory "Digital Detox" - or no cell phones, computers, and other technology. Yoga is offered twice per day, everyday. There is also an off-site adventure ranging from hiking volcanoes to white water rafting or zip lining. World-class spa treatments are available and 100% of the food are suitable for vegetarian, vegan, paleo, gluten-free, or ketogenic dieters. Get your tickets here, and use code BEN for 10% off. Did you miss the weekend podcast episode with Richard Aiken? It was a must-listen – "How To Fix Your Brain And Biology With Plants: An Interview With Neurodietetics Author Richard Aiken On The Best Diet For The Brain." Click here to listen now or download for later! Grab this Official Ben Greenfield Fitness Gear package that comes with a tech shirt, a beanie and a water bottle. And of course, this week's top iTunes review - gets some BG Fitness swag straight from Ben - click here to leave your review for a chance to win some! ------------------------------------------ Listener Q&A: As compiled, deciphered, edited and sometimes read by Brock Armstrong, the Podcast Sidekick. How To Build Massive Stamina & Recover Faster From An Endurance Event Kory says: He's currently training for the Hurricane Heat 12 hour event for Spartan. He did it last year and he got time hacked at the 10th hour and so he's learned from the event and has started to do a lot more rucking, weighted calisthenics and military PT style workouts, but he knows this style of training can do a lot of damage to his joints. He's wondering if you have any tips on how to train for a weight bearing event like this without doing any damage to yourself, and also if you have any special gear you can recommend? In my response, I recommend: -Incline treadmill -Standing workstation -Hyperwear weighted vest -Normatec -Myobuddy -Eat Early & Eat Often (e.g. like Kokoro) Everything You Need To Know About Food Combining Zach says: He just stumbled across the concept of food combining. He's always thought of combining foods to get a balanced meal - getting protein, carbs and fats in each meal - but he's new to the nutrition side of things. What's the low down on food mixing, how do you do it properly and how do you avoid having undigested proteins and other things in your system?   Natural Fixes For Depression Hannah says: She just broke up with her boyfriend of two years, and she's having trouble coping with the mental and physiological ramifications of break up. She takes lions mane, D3, cordyceps, a good B vitamin and she exercises. She thinks all that is helping, but she's exhausted, she's having trouble sleeping, she can't think clearly, she's breaking down all the time and she's having a hard time coping. She's wondering if you have any suggestions for how to deal with heart break and the physical ramifications that entails? In my response, I recommend: -Retimer -Fish Oil -Vitamin D/K Blend -Gratitude Does The Whole30 Diet Work? Anonymous says: What are your thoughts on the Whole30 book, lifestyle changes and recipe? Do you think it's beneficial, or are there other ways to figure out what might be causing certain reactions in your body? In my response, I recommend: -Cyrex -Robb Wolf's "Wired To Eat" book -The Jungle Effect book -DNA Testing Prior to asking your question, do a search in upper right-hand corner of this website for the keywords associated with your question. Many of the questions we receive have already been answered here at Ben Greenfield Fi 

Tracey Knutson, Monday, 6-12-17  

We welcomed back to the program Tracey Knutson, an attorney specializing in adventure travel, risks, and legal matters. Our 1 hour 46 minute discussion was in one segment. Tracey went over legal and regulatory issues and requirements, including new documentation that will be needed to be signed by spaceflight participants. We talked about risks, the assumption of risk, risk to a family member and much more. Near the end of the program, listeners asked her several "what if" scenario legal questions for what may happen on spaceflight participant flight. You do not want to miss this program. Read the full summary at www.thespaceshow.com for Monday, June 12, 2017.

am/fm | 118  

This week´s AMFM is the fourth hour of a 9.5h set that I played at Concrete in Paris on May 7th 2017. The French Techno Scene has had a revival as big as I haven’t really seen it before in any other countries. Since about 5-6 years France has managed to really come back into the circle of countries where Techno and House music play a major cultural role. By now there are many amazing events and clubs all over France and one major driver of that scene and one of the places to be, is the club Concrete in Paris. This is not the first podcast of mine that comes out of this beautiful club on a boat on the river Seine. I have been playing Concrete regularly in the past years and enjoyed every minute of it. I also played many all night long gigs, but nothing like this one beginning of May. Now that the club has a license to stay open longer, I was told a week before, that I could play till 9:30 in the morning if I wanted to, starting of course at midnight, when the main floor opens. Besides the fact that I love playing opening sets (you will see me doing this for HYTE in Ibiza a couple of times again in the main room of Amnesia this summer), it is something special at Concrete. Once the doors open, it only takes about 10-20 min, till the place is packed, so not much time to fool around in the beginning, but also not to smash it right away, since you know you have another 9h to go. Playing those long sets is always an adventure, you never know where you end up and you are subject to many different factors. I did prepare a little more than usual for this gig, so I picked some special old goodies and had them in mind to drop them here and there. Let´s see if you can spot them. This night, I must say, went incredibly well, but that is not only due to the nice staff and promoters, it is mostly thanks to that open minded beautiful audience, that is willing to join you on a journey through the night - as cheesy that might sound now - but that ´s what it is. So I hope you enjoy this long ride right here on AMFM in the next weeks. Remember, you get one hour each week and after 9 weeks, you will have the whole set, with only little of my talking, as I give you most info here in my set report. I wanna thank the Paris Clubbers again for pushing me through such a long night with such a great vibe. Concrete rocks and I can’t wait to be back. Comments always welcome :) Enjoy!

Ep. 526, Peter Pan, part1of9, by J.M. Barrie  

Join us on an adventure to Neverland with Peter Pan, Tinkerbell, Wendy, Michael and John. J. M. Barrie , today on The Classic Tales Podcast.

Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening.

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Part 3 of Allan Quatermain is now being released to our supporters, which will conclude the book. This release should be on the shorter side, around 3 hours.

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This week we begin a fantastic journey with Peter Pan. If you’ve never read the actual book before, you’re in for a real treat. One thing that I noticed is that there are many references to Treasure Island – the quintessential pirate book. And so, as an added bonus, I’m going to be releasing Treasure Island as a companion series through The Classic Tales app. App users can find the special episode in the bonus area, on the top right area of the home screen.

One more quick note before we begin. Some of these classics were written in such a characteristically British way, the sound of an American reading it sounds like Gomer Pyle is narrating. “All children, except one, grow up”. Yeah, nobody wants that. So I’m giving the narrator a British character voice, which will hopefully be more in tune with the original material. The last thing we want to do is take Peter Pan to Mayberry.

 

And now, Peter Pan, Part 1 of 9, by J. M. Barrie

Celtic Music Journal #312  

Celtic Music Journal and 67 Music take over the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast with music from their video journal. Enjoy great Celtic music from Poitin, Na Rosai, Ciana, The Fire Inside, Celtica Pipes Rock, Andrea Tophoj and Rune Barslund, Peter Daldry, The Gothard Sisters, Crossbow, Old Man Flanagan’s Ghost, Marc Gunn, The Fire, Beltaine, Journey North, Sons Of Malarkey, West Of Mabou.

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

Every year, I take Celtic music fans on an adventure of a lifetime. This is not your typical wham-bam-thank you m'aam tour. We travel in small groups. We explore the Celtic history of different regions. We don't need to see everything, because this is a vacation. Instead, our invasion brings out the relaxation and magic of our adventure. In 2018, you can join me on a Celtic Invasion of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Sign up to the mailing list at celticinvasion.com.

 

Notes:

* Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a musician and podcaster. You can share this show and find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. And you can support this show on Patreon.

* CELTIC PODCAST NEWS:

67 Music has been promoting Celtic music from all over the globe since 2008. Learn more about us at www.67music.net 

Learn more about Marc’s travels at http://celticinvasion.com/ and also his Music & Travel Podcasts at http://celtfather.com/ 

Celtic Music Journal:
What I’m decided to share with you in this particular show is some of the music from the artists that have appeared on our show, The Celtic Music Journal. I call it “The Celtic Music Journal Spotlight”. While the show is a visual medium, I thought it’d be fun to spotlight the music for you. There’s a lot of variety and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it. The man himself Marc Gunn has been on our show too & you’ll hear him here! Listen and enjoy, then you can then watch all the artists you hear in this show! Just click to our website and we’re also on YouTube, our channel is at www.youtube.com/user/sixtysevenmusic. Log in,watch and subscribe!

The Celtic Music Journal is produced by 67 Music. We began the show in August 2014. Since then we’ve produced 7 editions with more on the way. The premise is simple yet unique: we invite bands, musicians and other artists to send us their video ‘journals’, to tell their story & show the world what they offer and what they do. We then gather 3-5 journals per show and put them together to share with you. It’s an exciting way to discover up and coming talent and revisit established artists. We’ve featured artists from all over the world. You should consider being on it, too! Just click to our website for details and watch all the shows.

As always, I want to send out a HUGE thanks to the patrons of the podcast. Your generous pledge of as little as $1 per episode pays for the production of this podcast as well as my time in producing the show. You will enjoy a personal podcast feed where you can listen to the show before regular subscribers, occasional extended editions of the show, and my deepest thanks. When we hit a milestone, you get a 2-hour special. Thanks to our newest patrons: John OConnor, Keriann Noble, Mary Botkin, Samuel G, Donald McLeod, and a extra special thanks to our newest Celtic Superstar, Nancie. Thank you all for your generosity! Become a patron today!

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This Week in Celtic Music

0:09 "Congress Reel" by Poitín from Jiggery Pokery

3:57 "William Taylor" by Na Rosai from Na Rosai

9:44 "Ramblin’ Irishman" by Ciana from Ciana

15:11 "Slippery Jigs" by The Fire Inside from Spark

18:41 "Telegram for Monsieur Verne" by Celtica Pipes Rock from Steamphonia

23:40 INTRODUCING CELTIC MUSIC JOURNAL

24:38 "The Danish Immigrant" by Andrea Tophoj and Rune Barslund from The Danish Immigrant

27:04 "Bonnie Lass of Fyfie" by Peter Daldry from Under A Leaden Sky

30:49 "The Landing" by The Gothard Sisters from Compass

33:31 "Donogh And Mike’s First/Windbroke" by Crossbow from Crossbow

36:32 "Sweet Sophie" By Old Man Flanagan’s Ghost from Sociable

41:23 WHAT IS 67 MUSIC?

42:16 "Peggy Gordon" by Marc Gunn from The Bridge

46:31 "The Very Last Straw" by The Fire from The Fire

49:58 "Old Rosin The Beau" by Beltaine from Tilly’s Jig

54:16 "Dreamcatcher III" by Journey North from Dance Towards Tomorrow Smiling

59:10 "Oh Journey" by Sons Of Malarkey from Gulls Lads

1:04:21 "Pressed For Time" by West Of Mabou from West Of Mabou

VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20. It's easier than ever to do. Just list the show number, and the name of one or two bands. That's it. You can vote once for each episode help me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2017 episode.

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The CBS Radio Mystery Theater - The Death Bell (05-01-74)  


The Death Bell (Aired May 1, 1974)
The CBS Radio Mystery Theater (or CBSRMT) was an ambitious and sustained attempt to revive the great drama of old-time radio in the 1970s. Created by Himan Brown (who had by then become a radio legend due to his work on Inner Sanctum Mysteries and other shows dating back to the 1930s), and aired on affiliate stations across the CBS Radio network, the series began its long run on January 6, 1974. The final episode ran on December 31, 1982. The show was broadcast nightly and ran for one hour, including commercials. Typically, a week consisted of three to four new episodes, with the remainder of the week filled out with reruns. There were a total of 1399 original episodes broadcast. The total number of broadcasts, including reruns, was 2969. The late E.G. Marshall hosted the program every year but the final one, when actress Tammy Grimes took over. Each episode began with the ominous sound of a creaking door, slowly opening to invite listeners in for the evening's adventure. At the end of each show, the door would swing shut, with Marshall signing off, "Until next time, pleasant...dreams?" THIS EPISODE: May 1, 1974. Program #84. CBS network. "The Death Bell". Sponsored by: Kellogg's, Budweiser, 7-Up. E. G. Marshall (host), Ian Martin (writer), Michael Tolan, Marian Seldes, William Redfield, Guy Sorel. 54:12. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


am/fm | 117  

This week´s AMFM is the third hour of a 9.5h set that I played at Concrete in Paris on May 7th 2017. The French Techno Scene has had a revival as big as I haven’t really seen it before in any other countries. Since about 5-6 years France has managed to really come back into the circle of countries where Techno and House music play a major cultural role. By now there are many amazing events and clubs all over France and one major driver of that scene and one of the places to be, is the club Concrete in Paris. This is not the first podcast of mine that comes out of this beautiful club on a boat on the river Seine. I have been playing Concrete regularly in the past years and enjoyed every minute of it. I also played many all night long gigs, but nothing like this one beginning of May. Now that the club has a license to stay open longer, I was told a week before, that I could play till 9:30 in the morning if I wanted to, starting of course at midnight, when the main floor opens. Besides the fact that I love playing opening sets (you will see me doing this for HYTE in Ibiza a couple of times again in the main room of Amnesia this summer), it is something special at Concrete. Once the doors open, it only takes about 10-20 min, till the place is packed, so not much time to fool around in the beginning, but also not to smash it right away, since you know you have another 9h to go. Playing those long sets is always an adventure, you never know where you end up and you are subject to many different factors. I did prepare a little more than usual for this gig, so I picked some special old goodies and had them in mind to drop them here and there. Let´s see if you can spot them. This night, I must say, went incredibly well, but that is not only due to the nice staff and promoters, it is mostly thanks to that open minded beautiful audience, that is willing to join you on a journey through the night - as cheesy that might sound now - but that ´s what it is. So I hope you enjoy this long ride right here on AMFM in the next weeks. Remember, you get one hour each week and after 9 weeks, you will have the whole set, with only little of my talking, as I give you most info here in my set report. I wanna thank the Paris Clubbers again for pushing me through such a long night with such a great vibe. Concrete rocks and I can’t wait to be back. Comments always welcome :) Enjoy!

Ep. 525, The Adventure of the Dancing Men, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle  

Sherlock Holmes investigates a series of strange hieroglyphs that cause unusual tension in a Norfolk family. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, today on The Classic Tales Podcast.

Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening.

Today’s show is made possible by those of you who are Classic Tales Podcast Financial Supporters. If you enjoy The Classic Tales Podcast, please become a supporting member at www.thebestaudiobooks.com. It only costs $5 a month. Fewer than 2% of our listeners are financial supporters, and we really appreciate you stepping up to the plate and helping out.

Would you like to double your Classic Tales Podcast enjoyment? Every month, financial supporters receive a coupon code for $8 off anything in the store, plus a link to download a 3-4 hour portion of a new audiobook. This members-only series of audiobooks we call The Enchiridion.

Part 3 of Allan Quatermain is now being released to our supporters, which will conclude the book. This release should be on the shorter side, around 3 hours.

To compensate for this, The Enchiridion after Allan Quatermain will consist of an entire audiobook, 6 hours long. More details to come.

Please step up and become a supporting member now. It’s a seriously good value, and we truly appreciate your help in keeping The Classic Tales alive. www.thebestaudiobooks.com.

This week, we revisit the immortal stories of Sherlock Holmes from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes has a special place in my heart. I named one of my kids Basil, after Basil Rathbone who played Sherlock Holmes in the 40s. When he was a baby, like weeks old, I would read him Sherlock Holmes stories as I walked him at night. Now, he proofs my Classic Tales audiobooks. Our lives have really been enriched and enhanced by the classics, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world.

And now, The Adventure of the Dancing Men, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Off to Carnac, Brittany #311  

Irish and Celtic music from Poor Man's Fortune, An Triur, Castlebay, Pipedance, Karan Casey, Burning Bridget Cleary, Abby Green, The Changing Room, Bridgid's Cross, John Byrne Band, Damanta, Paddy's Pig, Seagulls Are Drunk, Flook.

Listen. Like. Share. Then download 34 Celtic MP3s for Free! http://celticmusicpodcast.com 

Subscribe to the Celtic Music Magazine. This is our free newsletter and your guide to the latest Celtic music and podcast news. Remember to support the artists who support this podcast: buy their CDs, download their MP3s, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast.

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

Every year, I take Celtic music fans on an adventure of a lifetime. This is not your typical wham-bam-thank you m'aam tour. We travel in small groups. We explore the Celtic history of different regions. We don't need to see everything, because this is a vacation. Instead, our invasion brings out the relaxation and magic of our adventure. In 2018, you can join me on a Celtic Invasion of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Sign up to the mailing list at celticinvasion.com.

 

Notes:

* Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a musician and podcaster. You can share this show and find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. And you can support this show on Patreon.

Today is the day. I will board an airplane and fly to Paris. On Saturday, I will board a train to Rennes for the official start of my Celtic Invasion of Brittany. I'm extremely excited, not just to see this wild and beautiful part of France, but also to share with you bits and pieces of my adventure through podcasts, pictures and video.

If you're not yet subscribed to my YouTube channel, Instagram, and personal Facebook page, then please follow the link in the shownotes to do so. Also subscribe to the Celtfather Music & Travel. This podcast is newly rebranded. I'm sharing interviews and thoughts related to, well, music and travel. I have some great interviews including one with Steve Behrens of 67 Music and the Celtic Music Journal who will guest host this podcast next week.

* CELTIC PODCAST NEWS

The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast comes out each and every week due to the generosity of people like you. Your kind pledge of as little as $1 per episode pays for the production of this podcast, as well as my time in producing the show. You get shows before regular listeners and my deepest thanks. When we hit a milestone, you get a 2-hour special. I want to thank to our newest patrons: Gerald F Boyle, Grant Jacobson, Mary Layzska, Miranda Nelson! Together, these awesome folks helped us hit our next Patreon Milestone. So I'm gonna plan 2-hours of Scottish music to be released in late June or July. Become a patron today!

You can now buy 2017 Irish & Celtic Music Podcast t-shirts in our store at bestcelticmusic.net/shop. The shirts were designed by James McDaniel II and they feature the slogan REEL CELTIC MUSIC and the podcast name. Your purchase goes toward supporting this podcast. I also put together a 2017 Sainted Song Henge Collection which features the new shirt, a coffee mug, and some CDs. You can find all of that in our shop. Your purchases help to support this podcast. So if you don't want to pledge monthly, this is a great alternative. Buy some swag.

Would you like to win some free CDs? I'm clearing out my CD collection and giving them away through my personal YouTube channel. If you would like to win, follow the link to the Summer CD Giveaway playlist for details.

* I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK: What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to celticpodcast@gmail.com

Kevin emailed: "Listening to May the Forth be with you while walking our area Nature Center. Appreciate you."

Aliza emailed regarding the Texas Scottish Festival episode: "This episode is so unique to what you usually provide. Seems the genres are blending - which is cool - it's like I don't know what to expect when I turn this on in the morning. I usually bookmark the episodes I really enjoy and label them with the vibe they project. I know you've received some criticism recently - but ones man's trash is another man's treasure! Don't let the haters get you down. Slainte!"

Joyce Pavelko emailed me: "Hi Marc~ I don't use social media, hence this email. Three brief things I want to tell you:

1) I am a very happy subscriber who just wants to wish you safe travels and some motherly-type advice to be careful.

2) My mother and I are traveling to Ireland and Scotland in June. I can't wait to actually hear the music that I've been listening to on your podcast in its native land!

3) My niece named her daughter Inara. ;-)

Thank you for your devotion to Celtic music. Sent with fondness, Joyce Pavelko, Arlington Heights, Illinois

 

This Week in Celtic Music

0:32 "Gavotennoù: Dardoup / "Mas Macho" / Brammer Kozh / Ar Menez" by Poor Man's Fortune from In Good Time

7:26 "Lilting Banshee/Munster Buttermilk /Humours of Ballyloughlin" by An Triur from Three People

12:33 "The Galway Shawl" by Castlebay from Bards & Blarney

18:10 "Trim the Velvet/Spike Island Lassies" by Pipedance from The Pleasures of Hope

22:07 "Weary of Lying Alone" by Karan Casey from The Winds Begin to Sing

26:15 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS

28:18 "Cat's Meow - Josie McDermott's Reel" by Burning Bridget Cleary from Everything Is Alright

32:07 "Nead Na Lachan" by Abby Green from Einini

34:50 "Row Boys Row" by The Changing Room from A River Runs Between

38:25 "Off She Goes" by Bridgid's Cross from Live Without an Audience

41:42 CELTIC FEEDBACK

46:41 "Sing On Johnny" by John Byrne Band from The Immigrant and the Orphan

51:10 "By the Sionnain" by Damanta from The Drunken Priest and the ghostly hymns of autumn

5:36 "Rebel Tooth" by Paddy's Pig from Rebel Tooth EP

57:51 "Deep Inside Out the Sea" by Seagulls Are Drunk from Next Round Is On Us

1:02:24 "Pod: Baldy Hollow/The Empty Pod" by Flook from Rubai

VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20. It's easier than ever to do. Just list the show number, and the name of one or two bands. That's it. You can vote once for each episode help me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2017 episode.

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It's A Crime Mr. Collins - Rockabye Murder (1956)  


Rockabye Murder (1956) *The Exact Date Is Unknown.
It's a Crime, Mr. Collins was a half-hour mystery/adventure radio program broadcast weekly from August, 1956 to February, 1957 by Mutual Broadcasting System in the United States that was a "flagrant rip-off of The Adventures of the Abbotts in which only the names had been changed." San Francisco private detective Greg Collins was played by Mandel Kramer (who had previously been heard as Lieutenant Tragg in the radio version of Perry Mason) and his wife, Gail Collins, was played by namesake Gail Collins. Each week, Gail Collins, "the gumshoe's gorgeous spouse -- with green-eyed predilections emerging as curvaceous damsels in distress frequently petitioned her husband -- shared his investigative exploits with her Uncle Jack. THIS EPISODE: 1956. Mutual network origination, syndicated. "Rockabye Murder". Commercials added locally. Mr. Collins finds himself Mayor-for-a-day in a small town out west...and he finds murder too! The date is approximate. Mandel Kramer, Gail Collins, Richard Denning. 24:46. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.


am/fm | 116  

This week´s AMFM is the second hour of a 9.5h set that I played at Concrete in Paris on May 7th 2017. The French Techno Scene has had a revival as big as I haven’t really seen it before in any other countries. Since about 5-6 years France has managed to really come back into the circle of countries where Techno and House music play a major cultural role. By now there are many amazing events and clubs all over France and one major driver of that scene and one of the places to be, is the club Concrete in Paris. This is not the first podcast of mine that comes out of this beautiful club on a boat on the river Seine. I have been playing Concrete regularly in the past years and enjoyed every minute of it. I also played many all night long gigs, but nothing like this one beginning of May. Now that the club has a license to stay open longer, I was told a week before, that I could play till 9:30 in the morning if I wanted to, starting of course at midnight, when the main floor opens. Besides the fact that I love playing opening sets (you will see me doing this for HYTE in Ibiza a couple of times again in the main room of Amnesia this summer), it is something special at Concrete. Once the doors open, it only takes about 10-20 min, till the place is packed, so not much time to fool around in the beginning, but also not to smash it right away, since you know you have another 9h to go. Playing those long sets is always an adventure, you never know where you end up and you are subject to many different factors. I did prepare a little more than usual for this gig, so I picked some special old goodies and had them in mind to drop them here and there. Lets´s see if you can spot them. This night, I must say, went incredibly well, but that is not only due to the nice staff and promoters, it is mostly thanks to that open minded beautiful audience, that is willing to join you on a journey through the night - as cheesy that might sound now - but that ´s what it is. So I hope you enjoy this long ride right here on AMFM in the next weeks. Remember, you get one hour each week and after 9 weeks, you will have the whole set, with only little of my talking, as I give you most info here in my set report. I wanna thank the Paris Clubbers again for pushing me through such a long night with such a great vibe. Concrete rocks and I can’t wait to be back. Comments always welcome :) Enjoy!

Parks and Recreation  

"We live by wild mercy," Terry Tempest Williams writes. In this hour, she takes us to some of her favorite national parks, from Big Bend to Arches. We also explore the desert wilderness of Utah's Escalante area, and hear about a father and daughter's remarkable adventure into the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Lauret Savoy says the American landscape also has a complicated history that can't be separated from the country's racism. And Robert Moor talks about the wisdom of trails. A Father and Daughter Venture Into the Alaskan Wild; Terry Tempest Williams on National Parks; Desert Mind; Land, Race, Memory; The Wisdom of Trails.

Ep. 524, The Adventure of the Norwood Builder, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle  

Sherlock Holmes is suddenly plunged into a murder investigation. But all the evidence he unearths seems to incriminate his client, rather than exonerate him. Could the great Sherlock Holmes really be mistaken? Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, today on The Classic Tales Podcast.

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Now, starting on the 29th, we will start trickling out the release of part 3 of Allan Quatermain to our supporters, which will conclude the book. This release should be on the shorter side, around 3 hours.

To compensate for this, The Enchiridion after Allan Quatermain will consist of an entire audiobook, 6 hours long. More details to come.

Please step up and become a supporting member now. It’s a seriously good value, and we truly appreciate your help in keeping The Classic Tales alive. www.thebestaudiobooks.com.

This week, we revisit the immortal stories of Sherlock Holmes from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes has a special place in my heart. I named one of my kids Basil, after Basil Rathbone who played Sherlock Holmes in the 40s. When he was a baby, like weeks old, I would read him Sherlock Holmes stories as I walked him at night. Now, he proofs my Classic Tales audiobooks. Our lives have really been enriched and enhanced by the classics, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world.

And now, The Adventure of the Norwood Builder, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Kilts and Corsets #310  

Don your kilts and corsets and listen to Celtic music from Lochlainn, Iona, The New Customs, Iarla O'Lionaird, StoneRing, Bow Triplets, McDerry, Brad Reid, Mishaped Pearls, The Leftovers, The Crazy Rogues, Claymore, Tuatha Dea. 

Listen. Like. Share. Then download 34 Celtic MP3s for Free! http://bestcelticmusic.net/310

Subscribe to the Celtic Music Magazine. This is our free newsletter and your guide to the latest Celtic music and podcast news. Remember to support the artists who support this podcast: buy their CDs, download their MP3s, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast.

 

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

Every year, I take Celtic music fans on an adventure of a lifetime. This is not your typical wham-bam-thank you m'aam tour. We travel in small groups. We explore the Celtic history of different regions. We don't need to see everything, because this is a vacation. Instead, our invasion brings out the relaxation and magic of our adventure. In 2018, you can join me on a Celtic Invasion of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Sign up to the mailing list at celticinvasion.com.

 

Notes:

* Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a musician and podcaster. You can share this show and find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. And you can support this show on Patreon.

* CELTIC PODCAST NEWS

You can now buy 2017 Irish & Celtic Music Podcast t-shirts in our store at bestcelticmusic.net/shop. The shirts were designed by James McDaniel II and they feature the slogan REEL CELTIC MUSIC and the podcast name. Your purchase goes toward supporting this podcast. I also put together a 2017 Sainted Song Henge Collection which features the new shirt, a coffee mug, and some CDs. You can find all of that in our shop.

The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast comes out each and every week due to the generosity of people like you. Your kind pledge of as little as $1 per episode pays for the production of this podcast, as well as my time in producing the show. You get shows before regular listeners and my deepest thanks. When we hit a milestone, you get a 2-hour special. I want to thank to our newest patrons: Rick Hantz, Ed Powel, Patrick Downey! We are $4 away from two hours of Scottish music. Become a patron today!

* I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK: What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to celticpodcast@gmail.com

 

This Week in Celtic Music

0:30 "Your feet will take you" by Lochlainn from Cailleach's Plaid

7:50 "Beth Ywr Haf I Mi/Llongau Caernanarfon" by Iona from A Celebration of Twenty

13:46 "Stretched Upon Your Grave" by The New Customs from All Walls Fall

19:18 "The Goat Song" by Iarla O'Lionaird by Foxlight

22:50 "Saddle Set" by StoneRing from Samhain

27:17 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS

28:30: "Walsh's Hornpipe/The Peacock's Feather" by Bow Triplets from One Spot On Earth

31:46 "McApline Fusiliers" by McDerry from 2016

34:35 "Over the Moor" by Brad Reid from The Conundrum

38:52 "Le Puy en Velay" by Mishaped Pearls from Le Puy en Velay

43:05 CELTIC FEEDBACk

43:42 "Follow Me Up to Carlow" by The Leftovers from CD Tease

45:48 "Fleet" by The Crazy Rogues from Rebels' Shanties

49:13 "Mull of Kintyre" by Claymore from Claymore

53:24 "Kilts and Corsets" by Tuatha Dea from Kilts and Corsets

VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20. It's easier than ever to do. Just list the show number, and the name of one or two bands. That's it. You can vote once for each episode help me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2017 episode.

The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. To subscribe, go to iTunes or to our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at celticmusicpodcast.com.

am/fm | 115  

This week´s AMFM is the first hour of a 9.5h set that I played at Concrete in Paris on May 7th 2017. The French Techno Scene has had a revival as big as I haven’t really seen it before in any other countries. Since about 5-6 years France has managed to really come back into the circle of countries where Techno and House music play a major cultural role. By now there are many amazing events and clubs all over France and one major driver of that scene and one of the places to be, is the club Concrete in Paris. This is not the first podcast of mine that comes out of this beautiful club on a boat on the river Seine. I have been playing Concrete regularly in the past years and enjoyed every minute of it. I also played many all night long gigs, but nothing like this one beginning of May. Now that the club has a license to stay open longer, I was told a week before, that I could play till 9:30 in the morning if I wanted to, starting of course at midnight, when the main floor opens. Besides the fact that I love playing opening sets (you will see me doing this for HYTE in Ibiza a couple of times again in the main room of Amnesia this summer), it is something special at Concrete. Once the doors open, it only takes about 10-20 min, till the place is packed, so not much time to fool around in the beginning, but also not to smash it right away, since you know you have another 9h to go. Playing those long sets is always an adventure, you never know where you end up and you are subject to many different factors. I did prepare a little more than usual for this gig, so I picked some special old goodies and had them in mind to drop them here and there. Lets´s see if you can spot them. This night, I must say, went incredibly well, but that is not only due to the nice staff and promoters, it is mostly thanks to that open minded beautiful audience, that is willing to join you on a journey through the night - as cheesy that might sound now - but that ´s what it is. So I hope you enjoy this long ride right here on AMFM in the next weeks. Remember, you get one hour each week and after 9 weeks, you will have the whole set, with only little of my talking, as I give you most info here in my set report. I wanna thank the Paris Clubbers again for pushing me through such a long night with such a great vibe. Concrete rocks and I can’t wait to be back. Comments always welcome :) Enjoy!

Celtic Warrior's Salute #309  

Irish and Celtic music from The Rogues, Alizbar & Ann' Sannat, Navan, Brendan Monaghan, Rambling Sailors, Poitin, The Duplets, Free Range String Band, David Curley & Mick Broderick, The Gothard Sisters, Larkin, Barleyjuice, Athenrye, Dust Rhinos, Robert Doyle. Listen. Like. Share. Then download 34 Celtic MP3s for Free! http://bestcelticmusic.net/309

Subscribe to the Celtic Music Magazine. This is our free newsletter and your guide to the latest Celtic music and podcast news. Remember to support the artists who support this podcast: buy their CDs, download their MP3s, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast.

 

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

Every year, I take Celtic music fans on an adventure of a lifetime. This is not your typical wham-bam-thank you m'aam tour. We travel in small groups. We explore the Celtic history of different regions. We don't need to see everything, because this is a vacation. Instead, our invasion brings out the relaxation and magic of our adventure. In 2018, you can join me on a Celtic Invasion of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Sign up to the mailing list at celticinvasion.com.

 

Notes:

* Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a musician and podcaster. You can share this show and find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. And you can support this show on Patreon.

* CELTIC PODCAST NEWS

The Duplets have a new album they are crowdfunding.

Next Thursday, I plan to release the 2017 Irish & Celtic Music Podcast t-shirts. I want to thank everyone in the Irish & Celtic Music Club on Facebook who helped me pick the design for this year's shirt by James McDaniel II.

The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast comes out each and every week due to the generosity of people like you. Your kind pledge of as little as $1 per episode pays for the production of this podcast, as well as my time in producing the show. You get shows before regular listeners and my deepest thanks. When we hit a milestone, you get a 2-hour special. I want to thank to our newest patrons: Jeff Pike, Miranda Nelson and Michael Bortowski! Become a patron today!

* I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK: What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to celticpodcast@gmail.com

Edward Montgomery emailed: "Imagine my surprise when I heard you mention my name on a podcast as I drove by a herd of buffalo (true story) this morning. I've listened, bought a compilation, several individual tunes, a CD and t-shirt from the Corktown Popes, etc. The shout out reminded me to make arrangements to become a financial supporter and I took care of that just now. Thanks for the wide variety you bring to the listeners. I love Altan, The Chieftains and others but I love being exposed to folks I might never hear of otherwise. Thanks again"

Johnny Sinclair emailed: "Hello Marc, Been a subscriber to your podcasts since #1 though I had a data loss that lost most of them. The new site took some getting used to but should be fine. I do understand that many think they are reaching a greater audience through the use of Facebook, or other social media. Doing so, however, alienates those of us that despise social media in all its forms. Legacy platforms are where you began and I can only hope that you continue."

Glen Singer emailed: "Hi, Have never listened to Celtic music. That said, I saw your podcasts, so what the heck, I gave it a listen. Wow - fantastic! Just finished walking around Halifax, and listened to your new posting on the Texas festival. I am hooked. Being that I am a newbie, are there any introductory Celtic music podcasts out there? I know the hard work that goes into the entire podcast process-You do it well: combination of music and context/dialogue. Kind Regards."

Colby Madsen emailed: "Do you have a store online and an event calendar."

 

This Week in Celtic Music

0:31 "The Warrior's Salute" by The Rogues from Roguetrip

5:22 "The Reel" by Alizbar & Ann' Sannat from Welcome Into the Morning

8:47 "Airdi Chuain (Irish)" by Navan from Oran nan Tonn

13:21 "Am Bainne" by Brendan Monaghan from Flicker of Hope

15:31 "Leave Her Johnny" by Rambling Sailors from Wanderlust

19:03 "O'puss No. 7" by Poitin from Simple Pleasures

24:31 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS

25:24 "Paris" by The Duplets from Leverage

28:13 "P.J. Hayes/Dance of the Honeybees" by Free Range String Band from Demo CD

33:07 "Lucking Out" by David Curley & Mick Broderick from A Brand New Day

35:18 "It Was Beautiful" by The Gothard Sisters from Mountain Rose

39:26 CELTIC FEEDBACK

43:38 "Faith of a Felon" by Larkin from Alexandra

46:23 "What's Up Yours?" by Barleyjuice from Another Round

49:14 "Provos Lullaby" by Athenrye from Singles

52:46 "Step It Out Mary" by Dust Rhinos from The Day After the Night Before

58:19 "Bold Robert Emmet" by Robert Doyle from Life in Shadows

 

VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20. It's easier than ever to do. Just list the show number, and the name of one or two bands. That's it. You can vote once for each episode help me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2017 episode.

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Irish Women for Mother's Day #308  

You'll enjoy Irish and Celtic women for Mother's day with awesome Celtic music from Carolina Ceili, Susan Toman, Jennifer Lick, The Screaming Orphans, Colleen Raney, Mary Jane Lamond & Wendy MacIsaac, Katherine Nagy, Runa, Arlene Faith, Karan Casey, Chrissy Crowley, Amelia Hogan, Solas. 

Listen. Like. Share. Then download 34 Celtic MP3s for Free! http://bestcelticmusic.net/308

Subscribe to the Celtic Music Magazine. This is our free newsletter and your guide to the latest Celtic music and podcast news. Remember to support the artists who support this podcast: buy their CDs, download their MP3s, see their shows, and drop them an email to let them know you heard them on the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast.

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

Every year, I take Celtic music fans on an adventure of a lifetime. This is not your typical wham-bam-thank you m'aam tour. We travel in small groups. We explore the Celtic history of different regions. We don't need to see everything, because this is a vacation. Instead, our invasion brings out the relaxation and magic of our adventure. In 2018, you can join me on a Celtic Invasion of the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Sign up to the mailing list at celticinvasion.com.

 

Notes:

* Helping you celebrate Celtic culture through music. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a musician and podcaster. You can share this show and find more episodes at celticmusicpodcast.com. And you can support this show on Patreon.

* CELTIC PODCAST NEWS

Check out the Irish Music Stories podcast with Shannon Heaton

I'm playing this Saturday, May 13 at Johnnie MacCracken's Pub in Marietta, Georgia from 7-11pm.

The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast comes out each and every week due to the generosity of people like you. Your kind pledge of as little as $1 per episode pays for the production of this podcast, as well as my time in producing the show. You get shows before regular listeners and my deepest thanks. When we hit a milestone, you get a 2-hour special. I want to thank to our newest patrons: Wesley R Dunnington, Michael! Become a patron today!

* I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK: What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to celticpodcast@gmail.com

Annie Lorkowski posted on Facebook: "Hi Marc! At the end of your podcasts, you ask your listeners to contact the bands and let them know you heard them on your show. I dropped an email to Larry of Black 47, telling him such and that I bought their album because of it. I got a lovely email back from him thanking me. So yes, the bands do appreciate it!"

Glen Singer posted on Facebook: "Just listened to my first Celtic music podcast. Am a newbie. Great music - great podcast."

David Chavez emailed on Facebook: "Hello Marc. I would like to start by congratulating you for the awesome show and work. I've been a fan and donator for some time now. Cheers from Mexico City!"

Victoria Mathis posted on Facebook: "Hello, I just wanted to answer your request for messages tonight. You are my favorite evening Irish and Celtic music channel on Roku. The music you play often reminds me of my Irish Grandmother who would sing many family songs, some were great old drinking tunes too. My very Scottish Grandfather would laugh along to her funny songs and play his auto harp.
We would sing with them and laugh with the funny songs drinking our root beer ice cream floats while the adults enjoyed their beverages too. I miss those days while I still enjoy doing the exact same traditions with my modern era family. Keep up the awesome work, you remind me of the words of a forgotten song at least once a night."

 

 

This Week in Celtic Music

0:12 "Banish Misfortune/Moon Coin Jig" by Carolina Ceili from 50 Shades of Green

5:05 "Cooley's Reel/Merry Blacksmith" by Susan Toman from Emerald Shores

8:17 "Seinn O Churadail O" by Jennifer Licko from Sing

11:49 "Tabhair Dom Do Ghra" by Screaming Orphans from Ballads Rule OK

19:10 "The Lovely Green Banks of the Moy" by Colleen Raney from Here This Is Home

24:37 CELTIC PODCAST NEWS

25:53 "Keeping Up With Calum" by Mary Jane Lamond & Wendy MacIsaac from Seinn

28:44 "Stone Walls" by Katherine Nagy by Gypsy Lady

32:12 "A Stor, A Stor, A Ghra" by Runa from Live

37:18 CELTIC FEEDBACK

38:24 "River of Dreams" by Arlene Faith from River of Dreams

43:17 "The King's Shilling" by Karan Casey from The Winds Begin to Sing

47:30 "Coig" by Chrissy Crowley from Last Night's Fun

53:02 "Nead La Lachan" by Amelia Hogan from Transplants: From The Old To The New

56:55 "Standing on the Shore (feat. Moira Smiley)" by Solas from All These Years

VOTE IN THE CELTIC TOP 20. It's easier than ever to do. Just list the show number, and the name of one or two bands. That's it. You can vote once for each episode help me create next year's Best Celtic music of 2017 episode.

The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. To subscribe, go to iTunes or to our website where you can become a Patron of the Podcast for as little as $1 per episode. Promote Celtic culture through music at celticmusicpodcast.com.

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