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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 12, 2013

The Celtic Christmas Podcast is excited to bring you Celtic Christmas music comes from Patrick K, Martyn Wylde, The Rogues, Keith and Kristyn Getty, Marc Gunn, The Malarkeys, Angus Mohr. www.celticchristmaspodcast.com

If you're a Celtic band with Christmas music (or you know someone who is), please submit your music here.

I want to thank everyone who helped turn A Celtic Christmas into a chart-topping hit on iTunes and Amazon. We are getting some absolutely brilliant reviews of the album and a lot of spins on radio stations around the globe. So thank you for your support.

Check out the Fun Celtic Christmas Playlist on Spotify or my pick of some of the Best Celtic Christmas Albums on Amazon

 

This Week's Celtic Christmas Music

"Sliding in the Snow" by Patrick Keith Ahern
from Sliding in the Snow

Patrick Keith Ahern’s music ranges from rock to rock ballads and Christmas music to singer/songwriter easy listening. He was influenced by all styles of music from U2 to the Pogues. His dad, a musician himself, also had a huge influence in his musical style as his dad was in bands such as The Arrivals and The Dukes of Jazz.

"Silent Night" by Martyn Wylde
from Single

With an extensive repertoire derived from the rich folk traditions of Ireland, England and Scotland along with his own original songs, Martyn Wylde continues the legacy of the Bards of old. Accompanying himself on guitar, bouzouki and mandolin, Martyn's pure tenor voice and three octave range combine with his multi-instrumental talent to form a truly unique folk instrument, bringing new life to material which is sometimes hundreds of years old.

"We Wish You a Merry Christmas/It Came Upon a Midnight Clear" by The Rogues
from Hellbound Sleigh

Founded in Houston in 1994, The Rogues created a new genre of Celtic music with exceptionally well-played pipes and driving percussion. The band's sound ranges from traditional pipes and drums to innovative textures incorporating whistles, keyboard and guitar, as well as many percussion instruments. Always present in The Rogues' music is that spirit that endears them to their audience. From technical precision to soaring melodies, a Rogues album and performance will move you to tears and get you dancing immediately afterwards.

"Hark the Herald Angels Sing" by Keith and Kristy Getty
from Joy - An Irish Christmas

Keith and Kristyn bring a high energy mix of American bluegrass and Irish folk music styles. The band is made up of some of Nashville's most sought after session players.

"The Scottish King of Christmas" by Marc Gunn
from Celtic Christmas Songs

Marc Gunn is a rhythm and folk musician inspired by Celtic culture, science fiction, fantasy, and cats. He breathes new life into the autoharp, which continues to surprise musical veterans and fans a like for it’s unique sound and spirited energy. It’s like a satirical jam session between The Clancy Brothers and Weird Al Yankovic. It’s Celtic music, the traditional and the twisted.

"We're All Home for Christmas" by The Malarkeys
from Bloody Brilliant

Contemporary Canadian Celtic rock popsters, noted for their live performance Celtic mash-ups that throw traditional Irish pub songs into unlikely medleys with more modern rock songs.

"Christmas Bells" by Angus Mohr
from A Christmas Pageant

Just as watery mist remakes the world and whisky remakes the man, Angus Mohr revitalizes the brogue of traditional Celtic music with an American blues accent and rejuvenates rock ’n roll’s broad spectrum with bagpipe and pennywhistles.