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Welcome to Pub Songs & Stories, the virtual Public House for Celtic culture and change through music.

I am Marc Gunn. I play Sci F'Irish music. I want to take you on an adventure. I'll share the stories behind my songs as we explore pop culture media through the lens of Irish & Celtic music. You will have fun and sing along, and maybe get a far too real glimpse of yourself.

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Nov 20, 2007

Let's take a moment to unwind with some interesting recent happenings at the Louisiana Renaissance Festival.

Notes:

  • Louisiana Renaissance Festival
  • Marrus
  • Car accident in Louisiana
  • "Lrrring in Nevermind"
  • Experimentation with the autoharp
  • Upcoming CD: fairy-inspired CD, Renaissance Festival Compilation CD

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Oct 31, 2007

Who would've thought I'd ever get booked at a Goth Club. But Elysium in Austin, Texas wanted me there for an evening of Space Madness!

Set List:

  1. "The Mining Ship the Red Dwarf" from Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers
  2. "Jedi Drinking Song Prequel" from LIVE: Nex Monoceroti, Per Risibus
  3. "A Rabbit for Halloween" from...


Jul 7, 2007

I traveled through Italy and wrote some tunes, busked in the Veneto, shopped in Venice and then joined an Irish session outside of Rome.

Songs:

  1. "Jug of Punch"
  2. "The Gosling Reborn"
  3. Name That Tune 1
  4. Name That Tune 2
  5. "Loch Tay"
  6. Name That Tune 3

Notes:

  • Camisano: Speaking Italian, Busking in Italy
  • Venezia: Shopping on the...


Jun 30, 2007

Brobdingnagian Bards finally toured Ireland. We had an amazing experience. Hopefully, this episode will give you a chance to better experience our adventure.

Notes:

  • The difference between Coca Cola in the U.S. and Europe: High Fructose Corn Syrup
  • Podcasting in Shannon Airport
  • Building a sense of community in a vacation...


Jun 14, 2007

We arrived at the Cliffs of Moher. I shared the audio experience and other fascinating moments on the Brobdingnagian Bards Tour of Ireland

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