Let’s praise and celebrate women in Celtic music with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #606.
Logical Fleadh, Hanneke Cassel, Clare Sands, Boxing Robin, Karan Casey, The Bow Tides, Amelia Hogan, The Langer's Ball, Alli Johnson, The Bookends, Lissa Schneckenburger, Eliza Carthy and The Restitution, Mary Beth Carty, Tan and Sober Gentlemen, Jen Midkiff
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0:02 - Intro: Teresa Finley of IrishFest Atlanta
0:13 - Logical Fleadh "The White Petticoat" from Logical Fleadh (17 - Track Album)
Emily Albright (fiddle, vocals)
Dana Joras (flutes, whistles, vocals)
1:58 - WELCOME
3:27 - Hanneke Cassel "Blackberry Festival Footrace / For Reals" from For Reasons Unseen
7:14 - Clare Sands "Awe na Mná (Praise the Women)" from Clare Sands
Pronunciation: Awe na Mná - Awe (just like the english word here) nah Man - awe
10:52 - Boxing Robin "Iain Ghlinn Cuaich" from The View From Here
Pronunciation: Iain Ghlinn Cuaich - Ee - an (like the name) Glinn Coo - ick
Gypsy Youngraven - vocals, guitar, and bodhrán
12:52 - Karan Casey "I Live in a Country (feat. Pauline Scanlon)" from Nine Apples of Gold
16:59 - FEEDBACK
20:10 - The Bow Tides "The Wee Boy's Lament for his Pet Dragon" from Sailing On
Ellery Klein, Jessie Burns and Katie Grennan (fiddle)
26:45 - Amelia Hogan "King of Ballyhooley" from Taking Flight
30:30 - The Langer's Ball "Slip Jig: Rocky Road to Dublin" from Appetite for Tradition
Hannah Rediske (accordion, whistle, vocals)
32:20 - Alli Johnson "Wayfaring Stranger" from Into the Hollows
35:58 - The Bookends "Dinny Donegal" from A Celtic Celebration: The Bookends with the Stratford Symphony Orchestra
Miriam Fischer (Piano • Accordion)
Cait Watson (Whistles • Flute)
39:06 - THANKS
41:39 - Lissa Schneckenburger "Someday Soon" from Falling Forward
45:25 - Eliza Carthy and The Restitution "Jacky Tar" from Queen of the Whirl
48:40 - Mary Beth Carty "Trinity Avenue" from Crossing the Causeway
52:01 - Tan and Sober Gentlemen "You'll Never Know" from Regressive Folk Music
Courtney Barefoot (Lead Vocals & Guitar)
55:19 - CLOSING
56:17 - Jen Midkiff (she/her) "Waterfall" from Collage
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