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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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Nov 30, 2016

I got a reminder today that is was St. Andrew's Day. St Andrew's is the patron saint of Scotland. So I thought this would be a great day to share some Scottish songs and to celebrate us kilt fans. Music from Brobdingnagian Bards, Marc Gunn, Ceann, Patrick's Head, and The Stubby Shillelaghs.

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Nov 2, 2016

Which is scarier: Halloween or the U.S. Presidential Elections? I think the later. To make Election Day easier, I present to you an Election Day Drinking Game. This episode will get you warm and toasty drunk enough for more drinking on Election Day, thanks to Spoon University. Music from Marc Gunn, Syr, Andrew McKee,...


Oct 24, 2016

Halloween is just around the corner. I want to share with you some awesome music for your own Halloween celebrations. You can thank me later! Enjoy Halloween Pub Songs from Marc Gunn, Brobdingnagian Bards, Phillip Hole, Aurelio Voltaire, Samantha Gillogly, Flying Fish Sailors, Kilted Kings. 

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Oct 13, 2016

This podcast was founded not just on pub songs but Irish pub songs. I haven't played any in a while. So while searching for popular Irish pub songs, I found a nice list on Irish Central. I have recorded versions of many of these songs. So I thought I would share them in this episode along with a couple awesome song...


Sep 17, 2016

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...