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Jul 23, 2014

Irish Celtic music from Ciana, Mithril, The Makem & Spain Brothers, Socks in the Frying Pan, John Byrne Band, James Scott Skinner, Heather Gilmer and Jeff Moore, J.J. Sheridan, Poitin, Smitty's Kitchen, Tallymoore, Adam Beattie and the Consultants, The Canny Brothers Band, Before the Devil Knows You're Dead, Battlelegs, Nessa.

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Ciana - Loneliest Road

This Week in Celtic Music

"Matt Peoples'/Pauline Conneely's/Mulqueen's" by Ciana
from Loneliest Road on iTunes

"Da Slockit Light/The Jig of Slurs" by Mithril
from The Return Home on iTunes

"Maggie Lauder" by The Makem & Spain Brothers
from Up the Stairs on iTunes

"Aoife Johnson's Freakout" by Socks in the Frying Pan
from Socks in the Frying Pan on iTunes

"Various Verses" by John Byrne Band
from After the Wake on iTunes

"Highland Reels: Laird O'Thrums, Gavin M'Millan, Laird o'Drumblair, Gladstone's Reel" by James Scott Skinner
from The Strathspey King on iTunes

Celtic Music News

"I Once Knew a Pretty Girl" by Heather Gilmer and Jeff Moore
from Traditional Irish Music

"Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms" by J.J. Sheridan
from Irish Piano Classics on iTunes

Poitin Sweep

"The Handsome Cabin Boy" by Poitin
from Wish on iTunes

"Ivy Leaf Reel" by Smitty's Kitchen
from A Second Season on iTunes

"Auld Triangle" by Tallymoore
from Tallymoore on iTunes

"A Song of One Hundred Years' by Adam Beattie and the Consultants
from Songs of One Hundred Years EP on iTunes


"Come to the Bower" by The Canny Brothers Band
from One Drop of Whiskey on iTunes

"Whiskey and Wine" by Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
from Irish Goodbye

"Whiskey Johnny" by Battlelegs
from The Very Best of Battlelegs, Vol. 1 on iTunes

"The Fairie's Love Song" by Nessa
from Nessa on iTunes

Battlelegs - The Very Best of Battlelegs Vol 1

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