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Love Celtic music? Want to feel closer to your Celtic heritage?

Welcome to the the virtual Public House for Celtic culture through music. Marc Gunn is a Celtic Geek musician and your guide to honoring our past and adapting for our future.

If you have comments and want to chat in the pub, email him. Use #PubSongs when talking about this podcast.

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Aug 12, 2019

I backslided this summer when it came to social media. So in this episode, I remind myself what change I hope to create all within the context of casting out the old to change with the new.  I also share a few thoughts about this year's Gen Con and upcoming shows.

Music from Brobdingnagian Bards, Teton Skye, The Celtic...


Jun 3, 2019

We're gonna tidy up your social media friend's list. I'll teach you a little bit about Celtic Punk. I'll leave you laughing and bawling through a mother's confession. Plus, I'll share some travel insights.

You'll also enjoy music from Marc Gunn & Jamie Haeuser, The Gatehouse Well, Tullamore, 3 Pints Gone, Amanda Palmer,...


Apr 18, 2019

Ten years ago, Sherwood Forest Faire opened their borders to allow a medieval festival to happen.

In this episode, you will learn how the festival came to be. You'll meet some of the musicians who have performed there since the beginning. You'll hear their music and some of the stories I recorded at the faire. Some are...


Mar 11, 2019

Fact. St Patrick's Day is the best holiday ever.

Fact. Everyone is Irish on St Patrick's Day.

Fact. You're gonna LOVE this week's episode of ACTUAL St Patrick’s Day facts!

Welcome to the Pub Songs Podcast, the Virtual Public House for Celtic culture through music. My name is Marc Gunn. I am a Celtic Geek musician and...


Feb 25, 2019

Inspiration is a funny friend. It finds you and guides you. It takes you to strange and wonderful places. It introduces you to heroes.

I started playing Celtic music in 1999... by accident. I had three "Celtic" songs in my song repertoire: "The Scotsman", "Irish Ballad" by Tom Lehrer, and an original Enya-esque song...