Celtic Songlines April 19th 2022

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Celtic Songlines, celtic music, Irish music, Scottish music, England

We seem smack in the middle of a return to winter, let's warm-up with sounds of the all-star band Planxty along with the bluegrass influenced music of We Banjo 3 and Jig Jam, guitarist Shaun Hennessy, a bit of the Plum Tree and the Rose with Sarah McQuaid, the band Runa, some mid-century Irish with Paddy Reynolds, Charlie Mulvihill & James Keane,  music of The Shee, Natalie and Buddy MacMaster and Tommy Maken with Liam Clancy. 

Tune in live on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to noon at KDRT 95.7FM, stream at kdrt.org, or subscribe to the Celtic Songlines podcast on Apple podcasts. The program replays on KDRT each Wednesday 1-2 p.m., Thursday 6-7 p.m., Sunday 4-5 p.m.


<p>the show goes ever on and on...down from the heart wher it began...now far away the tunes have gone and i must jig while i still can!! another great show Dave and I am pleased that a few friends in Australia who i told about Celtic Sonlines are listening in...if you ever get out to Oz there are some great clubs and festivals there...Port Fairy of course...the Irish Club in Melbourne....Selby Folk Club outside of Melbourne ....Apollo Bay Festival (I saw the lovely Eddi Reader there) ...Portarlington Festival and Cygnet Folk Festival to name just a few...and outside of the celtic and folk influence is the amazing Blues Train (operates down the coast from Melbourne)....the East Coast Blues and Roots Festival at Byron Bay....cheers Dave</p>

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