Learn about Ashley Davis’ not - so - traditional entry to traditional music and her time on the Isle of Man on Irish & Celtic Music Podcast #630.
The BorderCollies, The Kelly Girls, Matt McGinn. Seldom Sober, Poitín, Ashley Davis, Ashley Davis Band, Dave Curley, The Crossjacks, Daniele Scardovi, Poitin Band, Xavier Boderiou, The Tannahill Weavers
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0:02 - Intro: Olivia Bradley
0:14 - The BorderCollies "The Sweetness of Mary" from Single
3:44 - WELCOME
5:20 - The Kelly Girls "Miss Martha, Barney_s Shenanigans and Barney Get Home" from May You Always
8:21 - Matt McGinn "THE MUSIC" from
11:49 - Seldom Sober "Hornpipes: Across the Fence / Handcuffs / Harvest Home" from Six Months in Confession
17:27 - Poitín "Bonny May" from One For The Road
20:34 - FEEDBACK
23:03 - INTERVIEW - ASHLEY DAVIS
30:22 - STORY: INTO EMPTINESS
32:40 - Ashley Davis “Into Emptiness” from Songs of the Celtic Winter 2
35:57 - STORY: THE MANNANAN SONG
41:28 - Ashley Davis “The Mannanan song” from Down By The Sea
45:30 - STORY: WHEN HE LOVED HER TOO
55:11 - THANKS
57:07 - The Crossjacks "Skye Boat Song" from The Crossjacks
1:01:18 - Daniele Scardovi "AGAINST THE TIDE" from Single
1:04:19 - Poitin Band "Road to Batoche" from Banks of Red River
1:08:28 - Xavier Boderiou "gavotte pourlet" from Liamm
1:12:14 - CLOSING
1:13:33 - The Tannahill Weavers "Grat For Gruel" from Live And In Session
1:16:48 - CREDITS
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Christina Maree replied to the Celtic Music Magazine feedback request: "Hi Marc, I love your podcast and have been listening to it for a while. It's very versatile! Useful for running, cleaning, cooking, organizing teacher resources and writing report cards (I'm a Kindergarten teacher)! I will be celebrating St Patrick's Day by playing my harp and listening to more inspiring tunes (a la the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast). Thanks for sharing! Go raibh maith agat!"
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Dennis O'Brien replied: "I listen while working on/planning my Dungeons & Dragons game for the week.
On St. Patrick's Day I am cooking a meal for my wife's family - a tradition since we first started dating. We will also listen to the Dropkick Murphys concerts from years past, if they don't have one live on YouTube.
We will be singing along - my wife's Irish born grandmother can't make it this year, but we WILL be making a phone call to far off Minnesota."
Stacia Ahlfeld replied: "We'll probably be doing school while listening. My kids like Irish and Celtic music as much as me. I am hoping to go to a nearby town's St. Patrick's Day parade. The town's name is Ireland, so they kind of blow it up. We'll probably continue to listen to music, and I might tell some stories."