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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.




Jun 15, 2009

I know I had a couple month hiatus, but I had to share with you my about my recent successes like my first Celtic Invasion Vacation, my first solo tour that starts this week, and there are a lot of interesting notes about my next CD, Happy Songs of Death. You'll get to hear a bit more about the origins of the CD and why it means so much to me. I hope it means as much to you.



    • Pub Songs Podcast
    • Celtic Invasion Vacations. The first trip to Italy was a smashing success. The next one to Ireland is planned for this September. Don't miss out!
    • The Pub Songs Podcast is now a proud member of Far Point Media who produce such great shows as Slice of Sci Fi and DragonPage.
    • Song: "Red, Red, and Black" by Marc Gunn from Happy Songs of Death
    • Check out Andrew McKee's new band Flynn's Folly. They have a new CD coming out soon.
    • Happy Songs of Death background. Where did it come from? Why is it so important to Marc. Sponsor the CD by pre-ordering a copy now.
    • The passing of Michael Younger, formerly of The Bilge Pumps.
    • Swan Songs. A non-profit that brings music to people passing from life into death.
    • Listener Feedback
    • Song:  "Isn't It Grand, Boys?" by Marc Gunn from Happy Songs of Death
    • Download a Free CD by Marc Gunn called Confessions of a Celtic Music Junkie
    • Marc Gunn's Summer Tour
    • Song: "Little William" by Vicki Swan & Jonny Dyer from Gleowein
    • Buy Me A Pint! Sponsor the podcast.

Find out more about Marc Gunn at Sunset Connoisseurs SocietyTwitterFacebook, Myspace, SoundClick, Demand a Show on Eventful, Wikipedia, Livejournal, and DeviantArt. And if you'd like a CD...