I was starting to get a wee bit worried that I made no dent at all in the CD Baby charts. But right as I started typing this blog, I checked the website. There was Pirates vs. Dragons at #12 on all of CD Baby! We did it!!!!!! I confess I’m a bit shocked that […]
Sometime last year, I was interviewed by Jamie Lyn Weigt for her blog Writing Dragons. I finally got to reading the interview. I loved it. It hit on a whole bunch of different things I don’t talk about much, including those related to my upcoming album, Dragons vs. Pirates. It’s called “From Swift to Star […]
For those of us with busy lives, it’s important to try and carve out some time and space to relax and center ourselves. Much like providing a safe-haven for sturdy ships, Fair Harbor Radio provides a refuge for busy souls to rest, restore, and refresh themselves with easy-listening music. All of their services are free […]
I was featured in the Jan-Feb 2015 issue of the Ceili Magazine, the newsletter of the Southwest Celtic Music Association, based in Dallas, Texas. You can check out the magazines in these PDFs: Ceili 2015 Jan-Feb Celtifather Gunn feature story Ceili 2015 Jan-Feb Marc Gunn CD review of Best of the Irish & Celtic Music […]
Marc was recently interview by Nancy Lee Badger, a Romance Author from North Carolina. Click on through at read Where Happily Ever After takes the Road Less Traveled!
Dr.Demento brought together an array of kooky and wonderful songs, all about Automobiles on show 15-08, February 21, 2015. Among the excellent song choices was Marc Gunn’s “Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster” – give him a listen, and request more Marc Gunn songs!
Renaissance Festival Awards were posted this week. Congrats to all the winners. I was also excited to see my name among the most-influential people of the Faire community. It’s a great honor! To subscribe, go to iTunes, or go to Celtfather.com where you can also join my mailing list. This show is sponsored by my Patrons at marcgunn.net Post […]
My friend Amanda started a new podcast called What the Folklore. This is a comedy podcast trying to make sense of nonsensical stories. They deal in strange mythology and folktales from around the globe. They submitted to iTunes, so stay tuned for that. In the meantime, you can follow them on Soundcloud. Oh! And they use music of […]
I haven’t listened yet, but I wanted to share. My song “Doctor of Gallifrey” was featured in the podcast “Threats from Gallifrey” last month. It’s a two-parter. So don’t miss the second one also.
I always get excited whenever my music is featured on Dr Demento. This week, the good Doctor did a show about diets and played my song “The Virgin Diet“.