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Celtic Christmas Podcast


Do you love Christmas music? Do you love Celtic music? Subscribe to the Celtic Christmas Podcast. You'll enjoy hours of great Christmas music and entertainment from many of the best indie Celtic musicians online. You'll be rich with holiday spirit and a wealth of Celtic Christmas craic for your holiday pleasure.

Every few days from the beginning of November until Christmas, the Celtic Christmas Podcast shares with you the Christmas music and entertainment from various Celtic podcasts online. This podcast features a wealth of Celtic Christmas craic for your holiday pleasure. Please help spread the holiday joy by sharing the podcast with your fellow Celts.

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Dec 8, 2012

Today's show is a Celtic Christmas Podcast exclusive featuring Celtic Christmas music from The Gothard Sisters, Mark O'Connor, The Dregs, Brobdingnagian Bards, IONA, Julia Lane, Banshee in the Kitchen, Heather Dale.

Welcome to our first ever, Celtic Christmas Podcast exclusive. Each show comes out in December and features 30 minutes of Celtic Christmas music while introducing you to a few facts about the performing artists. If you enjoy the music in this show, support the artists who support this podcast, join their mailing list and buy a CD. Then email them an email to let you know enjoyed them on the Celtic Christmas Podcast.

You can find all of the artists in this show on CD Baby, Amazon, or iTunes or through their individual websites.

"The First Noel" by The Gothard Sisters
from Christmas

"Cherry Tree Carol" by Mark O'Connor
from Appalachian Christmas

"We Be Soldiers Three/Carol of the Bells" by The Dregs
from Dreggnog

"Little Drummer Boy" by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Christmas in Brobdingnag

"Gloucestershire Wassail/Can Wassel" by Iona
from Mid-Winter Light

"Simple Gifts" by Julia Lane
from Angels We Have Heard (Beloved Music of Yuletide)

"God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" by Banshee in the Kitchen
from Invite the Light

"Veni, Veni, Emmanuel" by Heather Dale
from This Endris Night