Beuhler? Beuhler? Anyone still following? I’ve got a job change coming the end of the week I so I’m looking at raising my podcast from the dead.
A quick look at the early Viking influence in Ireland Scottish Ramble: February 16th, Landmark Center, St. Paul, MN
For those in need of something other than the holiday standards. Marc Gunn’s Celtic Christmas Podcast “Every few days from the beginning of December until Christmas, the Celtic Christmas Podcast shares with you the Christmas music and entertainment from various Continue reading
A few tidbits on Scottish holiday traditions for our topic this month. Our featured music this month is Mile Marbhphaisg Air A’ghaol courtesy of The Jennifer Licko Band. Check out their performance schedule to see them in person. For our local Continue reading
A new single from one of our past featured bands. “The Langer’s Ball put a dark twist on the already tragic telling of the Massacre on Christmas Eve in Calumet, Michigan. Here is their tribute to the Great Woody Guthrie Continue reading
Just a note for next month’s episode, our featured music will be from the Jennifer Licko Band. They have several Christmas concerts coming up and listed below. I’m also waiting to hear back from three other bands or solo musicians Continue reading
I started a new page on the podcast website for links to Celtic-themed events in Minnesota. I’ve got the three big ones listed. Am I missing any? I know a Burn’s Night is put on by various groups. I’m also Continue reading
A little look at a Celtic Personification of Winter Sorry no music this month drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to suggest a Minnesota-based band that would like to be featured on the podcast. And please let Continue reading
This month, a Halloween look at an experiment with electricity and a cadaver dating from the time of the classic horror novel Frankenstein. I’ve got a new microphone and some variations in sound quality as a result. I’ll be recording Continue reading
Have a spooky bit of history coming up for the October podcast, and hoping we can include a live music recording from my booth at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival if the audio turned out.