Which phrase is more appealing to you? At Dragon Con, Mikey Mason and I were talking about this branding topic. He calls his music Geek Comedy Rock. I call mine Celtic Geek. We obviously prefer the term Geek music over Nerd music. But the NerdCore genre has Nerd Music taking off around the country. Would it be better to use "Nerd music"? 

Whether it's called Nerd or Geek, it's all great fun. Music from Marc Gunn, Tom Smith, Rambling Sailors, Bill & Brenda Sutton, Brobdingnagian Bards, The Blibbering Humdingers, Aurelio Voltaire, Mikey Mason, Devo Spice.

 

Pub Talk

Now September 22nd is Hobbit Day, and I'm planning a Hobbit Drinking Songs on Concert Window. It's a free concert you can watch anywhere in the world.

What struck me about Hobbit Day is that September seems to be Celtic Geek month. Septmber 17th is Halfway to St. Patrick's Day. September 19th is Talk Like a Pirate Day. September 22nd is Hobbit Day. Actually September 17-24th is Tolkien Week. So there's a lot of geekiness to celebrate this month. That said, I am hoping to get 100 people to say they are interested in attending my Hobbit Drinking Songs show on Facebook Event page. So if you're interested, please let me know. Then share the event page and the video so others might know about the big day.

My former bandmate, Andrew McKee, finally has a mailing list. Head to his website at andrewmckee.com to subscribe and find out about his new album. If you want to get an early copy, you can also pickup the all new Ludicrous Drive of the Brobdingnagian Bards. It features all 13 of our albums, plus, videos and some live concerts, all in a spiffy, laser-engraved, wooden USB drive.

Kilted Kings launched our Kickstarter for "Name On My Soul". We hit our initial goal. We're just $204 away from our stretch goal. Check out The Celtfather podcast if you want to find out more about the songs on the album. Will you help?

I want to thank all of my patrons. Inspired by the growing success of my fan club, I setup my first Milestone in over a year. It's a 30 minute morning concert on Facebook Live with songs picked by patrons. It costs as little as $1 per month to become a patron, and you'll get bonus blogs, podcasts, videos and more. A big thanks to our newest patrons: Scot Mealy, Blair Holley, Kerry Komai, David C. Newport, Russell Thornes, Scott & Melanie Wienhusen, Beth Copenhaver. Become a Patron Today. Because music is happiness!

 

Who's Playing the Pub Today

0:12 "Don't Go Drinking With Hobbits" by Marc Gunn from Don't Go Drinking With Hobbits

6:40 "Talk Like a Pirate Day" by Tom Smith from Greatest Hits

12:10 "Mary Ellen Spider" by Rambling Sailors from Ports of Call

16:00 "Where's My Flying Car?" by Bill & Brenda Sutton from And They Said It Wouldn't Last

18:55 "Angel's Lament" by Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales

22:37 Pub Songs News

25:31 "Natural 20" by The Blibbering Humdingers from Free Awkward Hugs

29:35 "Docking Bay 94" by Aurelio Voltaire from Bitrektual

34:17 "Han Solo Cool" by Mikey Mason from Barbarian Jetpack

38:20 "Who Is the Doctor?" by Devo Spice from I Am the Doctor

"Doctor of Gallifrey" by Marc Gunn from Sci Fi Drinking Songs

A couple things before we finish, would you like to get a short email from me, every week or two where I tell you what's new with my music and share some cool Celtic and Geek things I find online, plus get a free album of my music? If you want to receive that, sign up at www.celtictop5.com. A special thanks to my Gunn Runners on Patreon. You can support my music and podcasts for as little as $1 per month.

The Pub Songs Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. If you enjoyed this episode, then please post a review on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher. As always support the musicians who support this podcast, buy their CDs, and then tell your friends to visit pubsong.com.

Direct download: PubSongsPodcast-144.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:00am CDT

This month, the Pub Songs Podcast is dedicated to the dragons who deserve protection. You'll hear some music from my new CD, Pirates vs. Dragons, plus some dragons songs from Brobdingnagian Bards, Boogie Knights, Gallamor The Bard, TheLoneGunman, Tania Opland and Mike Freeman's collaboration with Anne McCaffrety, and Dan the Bard.

Pub Talk

Pirates vs. Dragons topped the charts, climbing as high as #9 on the Top Now charts where it stayed for most of August. The album is still on sale at savedragons.com.

The Medieval Virgin

Join me on Concert Window on Hobbit Day, that's Thursday, September 22, 2016. I'm doing a free internet concert.

The Louisiana Renaissance Festival is my home faire. They endured two devastating floods this year. The first was called hundred year flood, happening the spring. The latest is being called a 500 year flood, because it's a near impossibility that this would happen. Nevertheless, the festival was covered in 27 feet of water. Much of the faire was submerged. There's just over two months before the festival will open. They need your support to make that happen. There are three ways you can help:

1. DONATE at http://unbouncepages.com/renfest/
2. BUY TICKETS NOW
3. LIKE my Facebook VIDEO and SHARE it with all of your friends. And ask for their help.

Kilted Kings are launching a Kickstarter for our debut album "Name On My Soul". It closes on Sept 27, 2016. The music is already recorded. But we need your help to pay for duplication of the CD. Go to KiltedKings.com to support us.

Big thanks to all my new Patrons on Patreon. I want to send out a special thanks to Virginia Hagan, Christopher Cornette, Andrea Lucia, Jeff Lane, Schellie Neill, Jen Wallace, Keri Hamlin, Kate Dempsey, Alexis, Elaine Hogendorfer, and Chrysilla. Thank you all for being Patrons of My Music. I made a big change to my patron site this month. There's only one level. You can pledge as little as $1 per month and get all of the content you could possibly hope for. This is an amazing way to support my music. Go to marcgunn.net for details.

Brobdingnagian Bards at DragonCon

 

Who's Playing the Pub Today

0:12 "The Truth About Dragons" by Marc Gunn from Pirates vs. Dragons

3:33 "Do Virgins Taste Better Medley" by Brobdingnagian Bards from Live: Nex Monoceroti, Per Risibus

8:52 "The Virgin Diet" by Marc Gunn from What Color Is Your Dragon?

11:46 "Do Pirates Taste Better" by Marc Gunn from Pirates vs. Dragons

18:00 "Dragons Feed Tonight" by Boogie Knights from Cavalier Attitude

20:17 "Dragon For Sale" by Gallamor the Bard from Gather Day

23:02 "Momma Won't Let Me Have a Dragon for a Pet" by TheLoneGunman from Knights, Princesses, and the Dragons That Come Between Them

24:52 "Dragon Lady" by Tania Opland and Mike Freeman from The Masterharper of Pern

26:56 "The Red Dragon Inn" by Dan the Bard from Epic Lute

"Keep Them Soaring" by Marc Gunn from Pirates vs. Dragons

A couple things before we finish, would you like to get a short email from me, every week or two where I tell you what's new with my music and share some cool Celtic and Geek things I find online, plus get a free album of my music? If you want to receive that, sign up at www.celtictop5.com. A special thanks to my Gunn Runners on Patreon. You can support my music and podcasts for as little as $1 per month.

The Pub Songs Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. If you enjoyed this episode, then please post a review on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher. As always support the musicians who support this podcast, buy their CDs, and then tell your friends to visit pubsong.com.

Direct download: PubSongsPodcast-143.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:00pm CDT

There are just two days left until the big CD release of Pirates vs. Dragons on July 27. You'll be able to buy the album at 40% off its regular price. You can find details at savedragons.com/buy. In the meantime, I have a lot of pirate music on my computer. I thought I might share some of the songs for to celebrate the pirates we love so well.

Enjoy pirate music from The Jolly Rogers, The Bilge Pumps, The Pride of Bedlam, Wandering Gypsy Theater, Red Rum, The BOOM Pirates, Whiskey Bay Rovers, The Crimson Pirates, The Pirates of Rogues Cove, Musical Blades, Consortium of Genius, Barleyjuice, Voltaire, Marc Gunn.

 

Pub Talk

You can download "Pirates vs. Dragons: A Steampunk Adventure Journal" for free on Amazon Kindle from now through July 29, 2016. This eBook tells the riveting tale of how I was shanghaied by the notorious air pirate, Captain Black Jack Murphy which led to the recording of my next album "Pirates vs. Dragons". Get it now!

Want to hear more pirate music? Check out these podcasts:

#174: Talk Like a Pirate Day
Irish Celtic music in show #174 celebrating Talking Like a Pirate Day with Allan Yn Y Fan, Kennedy’s Kitchen, Bourbon & Shamrocks, Captain Black Jack, Empty Hats, Rambling Sailors, Trinity River Whalers, SlipJig, Bob Conroy, The Gothard Sisters, The Kreellers, Heather Dale, Callanach, Bill Grogan’s Goat, The Shanties.

Pirate music from the Renaissance Festival Podcast

Shows at GenCon

Join me on Concert Window the International CD Release of Pirates vs Dragons this Thursday July 28th at 8pm CST

 

Who's Playing the Pub Today

0:12 "Hey-Ho to Be a Pirate" by Marc Gunn from Pirates vs. Dragons

3:38 "One for the Road" by The Jolly Rogers from X Marks the Spot

8:16 "Grey Funnel Line (Live)" by The Bilge Pumps & The Pride of Bedlam from Bail Money

10:47 "Pirate Joke" by Wandering Gypsy Theater from Extraordinary!

13:19 "Ghost Pirates In The Sky" by Red Rum from Red Rum in the Jar

16:05 "Down Among The Dead Men" by The BOOM Pirates from Prepare to Be Boarded

20:06 "The Wreck of the Bold Lady Jean" by Marc Gunn from Pirates vs. Dragons

25:12 "The Derelict" by Whiskey Bay Rovers from Shantyman's Folly

29:06 "Come 'n Be A Pirate" by The Crimson Pirates from Come 'n Be a Pirate

31:00 "Randy Dandy Oh" by The Pirates of Rogues Cove from Setting Sail

34;15 "Devil's Jig" by Musical Blades from Up the Ante

38:07 "Bucket of Blood" by Consortium of Genius from In C.O.G. We Trust

38:23 "Modern Pirates" by Barleyjuice from A Night at the Pub

46:01 "The Beast of Pirate's Bay" by Voltaire from To the Bottom of the Sea

53:16 "A Pirate's Confession" by Marc Gunn from Pirates vs. Dragons

A couple things before we finish, would you like to get a short email from me, every week or two where I tell you what's new with my music and share some cool Celtic and Geek things I find online, plus get a free album of my music? If you want to receive that, sign up at www.celtictop5.com. A special thanks to my Gunn Runners on Patreon. You can support my music and podcasts for as little as $1 per month.

The Pub Songs Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. If you enjoyed this episode, then please post a review on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher. As always support the musicians who support this podcast, buy their CDs, and then tell your friends to visit pubsong.com.

Direct download: PubSongsPodcast-142.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:25pm CDT

It's Star Wars Day for the official reboot of the Marc Gunn's Pub Songs Podcast. I'm gonna share with you a bunch of Star Wars pub songs, update you on my album Pirates vs. Dragons, and share with you the origins of my nickname, "The Celtfather".

Read the complete shownotes!

 

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Pub Talk

* The "Pirates vs. Dragons: A Steampunk Adventure Journal" is now officially on sale on Amazon Kindle. This eBook tells the riveting tale of how I was shanghaied by the notorious air pirate, Captain Black Jack Murphy which led to the recording of my next album "Pirates vs. Dragons". The album will be officially released in July 2016. http://celticmusic.org/pvdbook

* Pirates vs. Dragons is officially ordered. CDs should arrive in about two weeks at which point I will mail all of the Kickstarter rewards at that time.

* Rebooting Pirates vs. Dragons podcast this week. This is podiobook version of the eBook that was just released on Amazon.

* Next week, on Thursday, May 12th at 8pm, I'm performing a Concert Window show of Irish Drinking Songs. 

* I'm performing Saturday, May 14, Johnnie MacCracken's in Marietta, GA

* Special thanks to all of my patrons. I have 50 awesome Gunn Runners and Patrons who pledge as low as $1 per month which helps me more effectively promote my music, feed my family, and make a living as a musician. You'll get a free album when you become patron plus, you'll get a PDF copy of the new journal. Gold+ Patrons will get a download of "Firefly Drinking Songs" this month and can watch a replay of last month's Concert Window show.
http://marcgunn.net

Who's Playing the Pub Today

0:18 "Jedi Drinking Song" by Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales

5:53 "Lusty Young Sith" by Marc Gunn from What Color Is Your Dragon?

8:23 "Jedi's Dargle" by Marc Gunn from Sci Fi Drinking Songs

12:11 "Come and Be a Pirate" by Marc Gunn from Pirates vs. Dragons

14:27 "The Ballad of Jenny Malloy" by Marc Gunn from Pirates vs. Dragons

22:52 "Jedi Drinking Song Prequel" by Marc Gunn from Sci Fi Drinking Songs

I hope you enjoyed this episode of the Pub Songs Podcast. You can get a free album of Celtic and Geek music when you subscribe to my mailing list at www.marcgunn.com.

The podcast is brought to you courtesy of my Gunn Runners on Patreon. You can support my music and podcasts for as little as $1 per month. Visit www.marcgunn.net for details.

The Pub Songs Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. If you enjoyed this episode, then please post a review on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher. As always support the musicians who support this podcast, buy their CDs, and then tell your friends to visit pubsong.com.

Direct download: PubSongsPodcast-141.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:00pm CDT

St Patrick's Day is almost here and I've been migrating Pub Songs Podcast episodes to new server. It made me want to record another episode of the Pub Songs Podcast. I must say, I kinda miss recording this podcast. So here's another!

Pub Talk

* I have a Patreon page that is separate from the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast page. This one is dedicated to my music, art, and personal podcast projects like the Pub Songs Podcast and The Celtfather. You can become a patron to support my music for just $1 per month. I'm currently updating the levels. You can find them at www.marcgunn.net.

* There are currently four new episodes of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast that are dedicated to St. Patrick's Day. The final one comes out on March 16th. Please rate the podcast on iTunes so we can hit #1 on the iTunes Podcast Music charts. Don't miss the 17 free Celtic MP3s for St. Patrick's Day.

* Do you use iTunes? Would you do me a favor and rate some of my St. Patrick's Day albums? You'll find direct links to the albums in the shownotes.

* Subscribe to Marc Gunn's mailing list to get a free album--Celtic Geek.

* I've started running some Facebook Live events on my Facebook page. If you want to enjoy some fun Celtic Geek music and entertainment, drop on by. I may try to have a show there in the next few days if I can make the time. If so, look for me around 9-10am CST.

Not Every Day Is St. Patrick's Day

Who's Playing the Pub Today

"Mingulay Boat Song" by Marc Gunn from Scottish Songs of Drinking & Rebellion

"Molly Malone" by Marc Gunn from Celtic Geek

"The Congress Reel/Unknown Reel" by Poitin from Poitin and Victims of Irish Music

"Farewell to Nova Scotia" by The Buccaneers from Prairie Shanty

"Blame the Viking" by Ceann from Rant, Rave, Lose Pants

"Don't Go Drinking With Hobbits" by Marc Gunn from Celtic Geek

"Old Dun Cow" by Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales

"Galway Girl" by The Elders from Gael Day

"The Leprechaun" by Marc Gunn from Celtic Geek

"March of Cambreadth" by Heather Alexander from Midsummer

"Kiss Me I'm Irish" by Gaelic Storm from Bring Yer Willies

I hope you enjoyed this episode of the Pub Songs Podcast. You can get a free album of Celtic and Geek music when you subscribe to my mailing list at www.marcgunn.com.

The podcast is brought to you courtesy of my Gunn Runners on Patreon. You can support my music and podcasts for as little as $1 per month. Visit www.marcgunn.net for details.

The Pub Songs Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. If you enjoyed this episode, then please post a review on iTunes or your favorite podcatcher. As always support the musicians who support this podcast, buy their CDs, and then tell your friends to visit pubsong.com.

 

Direct download: PubSongsPodcast-140.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:09pm CDT

I hosted a live edition of the Pub Songs Podcast at Dragon Con a few weeks back. I lost track of how many years I have closed the con with this live podcast. It’s been a blast. In this episode, I play another Sci Fi Drinking Songs show with a lot of fan input. I also announce some exciting news about the Return of the Pub Songs Podcast.

Special note: There were some microphone issues. I apologize for the sound problems.

Here’s the setlist for this week’s show:

  1. Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster
  2. Kilted For Her Pleasure
  3. Mingulay Cat Song
  4. When the Dairy Farm Caught Fire
  5. Reavers, Malcolm, Reavers
  6. Reavers Lullaby (parody of “Close Your Eyes”)
  7. We’ll Have a Pint
  8. The Prettiest Hobbit
  9. Name On My Soul
  10. I’ll Tell My Cat
  11. Doctor of Gallifrey
  12. Kilkelly, Ireland
  13. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
  14. Come Take a Trip on My Airship

The Pub Songs Podcast was the third podcast I started back in 2005. The show went through many, many changes over the years, when I stopped finally podcasting it back in 2014,  I felt overwhelmed and confused about its place in the podosphere. I spent many long hours thinking how I could revive the show. and last month, I figured out what to do.

In 2016, I will relaunch the podcast. However, there will be numerous changes.

First, it will document my intergalactic music tour of geekdom.

Second, the show will vary in length between 10-30 minutes and feature drinking songs both traditional Irish and Scottish songs as well as some of my twisted favorites.

Third, the show will be released weekly as a season. I expect to have 10-12 episodes per season. Patrons of my Music will be gain early access to the completed episodes or seasons as they become available.

This will be an exciting adventure. And I hope you will join me. Stay tuned for me to announce venues around the universe. And enjoy this live edition of the Pub Songs Podcast.

Direct download: PubSongsPodcast-139.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:50am CDT

Welcome to the very last episode of my Pub Songs Podcast. There are just three days left until St. Patrick's Day. We're gonna finish the St. Patrick's Day Internet Music Festival with a bang up time of fun St. Patrick's day songs for people at work, kids, parents, Paddy's Partiers, and children of all ages. This is gonna be one bang up show. Don't miss it!

This show is brought to you by Best Irish Drinking Songs. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the Best Irish Drinking Songs ever!

I started the Pub Songs Podcast nearly ten years ago. It's gonna through many changes over the years. I am very proud of the 138 episodes that made up this show. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. I decided to change the format of this show.

The new show will be a short-format, talk-only podcast that will be released every Monday morning. I don't yet have a name for the new show, but if you would like to join in my musical journey, then listen to it every Monday. You can find a link to it and all my podcasts here. And each show will be posted in my blog as it is released.

Music This Week in the Public House

"I'll Tell My Ma"
from St. Patrick's Day Music for Kids (coming soon) and Irish Drinking Songs

"The Mermaid"
from St. Patrick's Day Music for Kids and Going for Brogue: Irish Pub Songs

"Gyspy Rover"
from St. Patrick's Day Music for Kids and How America Saved Irish Music

"Lord of the Pounce"
from Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers

"Happily Ever After"
from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales and St. Patrick's Day Music for Kids

"Rising of the Moon"
from St. Patrick's Day Music for Kids and Irish Drinking Songs

"Said the Horse to the Hobbit"
from Don't Go Drinking With Hobbits and St. Patrick's Day Music for Kids

"Molly Malone"
from Best Irish Drinking Songs and St. Patrick's Day Music for Kids

"Finnegan's Wake
from Best Irish Drinking Songs

"Whiskey in the Jar"
from Best Irish Drinking Songs and Not Every Day Is St. Patrick's Day

 

Direct download: PubSongsPodcast-138.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:09pm CDT

The St. Patrick's Day Internet Music Festival continues with more St. Patrick's Day music. The video is running smoother than ever now that I've been doing these Google Hangouts so much. So don't miss them the St. Patrick's Day Early Morning Party on YouTube.

Today's podcast, however, is cut a wee bit short because I forgot to check the batteries on my digital recorder. But you can enjoy the complete show on YouTube.

Today’s show is brought to you by Irish Celtic Music. Irish & Celtic Music Podcast presents Chart-topping Irish Celtic music beyond imagination and set aflame through the inspiration and fusion of past and present Ireland.

Make you check out my website for Free Irish Music, then see How St Patrick’s Day Launched a Celtic MP3 Empire.

 

Music This Week in the Public House

"Rising of the Moon"
from Not Every Day Is St. Patrick’s Day or Best Irish Drinking Songs

"Lish Young Buy-A-Broom"
from Songs of Ireland and The Holy Grail of Irish Drinking Songs

"The Barnyards of Delgaty"
from Scottish Songs of Drinking & Rebellion and Irish Drinking Songs

"The Leprechaun"
from Soul of a Harper and Best Irish Drinking Songs

Direct download: PubSongsPodcast-137.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:03am CDT

It's day 2 of the St. Patrick's Day Internet Music Festival in its debut year. Marc Gunn is happy to share more Celtic songs courtesy of his Pub Songs Podcast, the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast and the Celtic Music Magazine. Grab some a pint... of coffee for this early morning performance of St. Patrick's Day Pub Songs.

The St. Patrick's Day Internet Music Festival is designed to extend the celebration of St. Patrick's Day from one day to an entire month with daily concerts all the way up to the holiday by Celtic musicians. This is the first year and as such, I'm the only participant. But I'd like involvement with other Celtic musicians. Please email me if you want to get involved.

Today's show is brought to you by Irish Celtic Music. Irish & Celtic Music Podcast presents Chart-topping Irish Celtic music beyond imagination and set aflame through the inspiration and fusion of past and present Ireland.

Make you check out my website for Free Irish Music, then see How St Patrick’s Day Launched a Celtic MP3 Empire.

 

Music This Week in the Public House

"Monahan's Mudder's Milk"
from Firefly Drinking Songs and Kilted For Her Pleasure

"Nancy Whiskey"
from Not Every Day Is St. Patrick's Day or Best Irish Drinking Songs

"Big Strong Man"
from Not Every Day Is St. Patrick's Day

"Loch Lomond" is currently unreleased

"The Widow and the Devil"
from Kilted For Her Pleasure

"Kilted For Her Pleasure"
from Kilted For Her Pleasure

"Danny Boy"
from Not Every Day Is St. Patrick's Day

"Danny Boy for Cat Lovers"
from Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers

"Bring Me Home, Boys"
from Firefly Drinking Songs and Sci Fi Drinking Songs

"Molly Malone"
from Best Irish Drinking Songs

You can find all of these albums in my Celtic Music CD Store.

Direct download: PubSongsPodcast-136.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:23am CDT

Gather round for an exciting live performance with The Celtfather on day one of the Internet St. Patrick's Day Festival. Details about how you can join the festival will be coming soon to www.stpatricksdayparty.net. In the meantime, I'm proud to share with you some a playlist of some great St. Patrick's Day pub songs performed live on Google Hangouts. Join me on Google+ if you want to chat with me during the performance and make live song suggestions.

Today’s show is brought to you by Not Every Day Is St. Patrick’s Day. This chart-topping album will bring you lots of great Irish and Scottish songs that will get you in the mood for St. Patrick’s Day.

 

Music This Week in the Public House

“Finnegan’s Wake”
from Irish Drinking Songs: The Cat Lover's Companion

"Isn't It Grand, Boys"
from Sci Fi Drinking Songs

"I'll Tell My Ma"
from Irish Drinking Songs: The Cat Lover's Companion

"The Foggy, Foggy Dew" is not yet released

"The Maid Went to the Mill"
from Kilted For Her Pleasure

"Furagone's Wake"
from Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers

"Johnny Jump Up"
from Happy Songs of Death and Best Irish Drinking Songs

"The Bridge"
from The Bridge and Soul of a Harper

"Flower of Scotland"
from Scottish Songs of Drinking & Rebellion

You can find all of these albums in my Celtic Music CD Store.

 

Direct download: PubSongsPodcast-135.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:45am CDT



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