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Pub Songs aren't just songs about drinking. For host Marc Gunn, The Celtfather, these are fun songs you can sing-along and enjoy. Some are Irish. Some are Scottish. Others are smash hits at science fiction conventions. Pub Songs Podcast highlights the music of Marc Gunn and the music he loves, while occasionally commenting on Celtic and Geek topics. You'll enjoy this music over a pint at your local pub or while hanging out in your local game store. It's a show to make you smile.

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Dec 18, 2013

For the final Pub Songs Podcast of the year, I wanted to bring you some more Christmas music. This is not as much Celtic Christmas music as just some good Christmas standards. Well, except for the new Hobbit Christmas song. Is that the first ever? Boh!? Anyway, I want to wish you all a very happy and joyous Christmas.

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This Week's Christmas Music

"Christmas in Killarney"

"Frosty the Snowman"

"White Christmas"

"What Child Is This?/Greensleeves"

"Christmas in the Shire"

"Jingle Bells"

"I'll Be Home for Christmas"

 

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