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!
Many people don’t realize that for a short period of time in January 2013, I was shanghaied by air pirates. I’m the coming weeks, I will share this riveting story as well as a new Kickstarter for my next album, Dragons vs Pirates. I look forward to sharing more about it, but for now, please […]
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 next album, St Patrick’s Day Songs for Kids is now up on Amazon. And guess what… You can get a free copy in February 2015. All you have to do is offer to do a review for me on that site. Email me email@example.com with Review St. Patrick’s Day for Kids in the subject […]
I just got confirmed for the 2015 St Patrick’s Day Parade for 5 Points South in Birmingham, Alabama. There’s no schedule yet, but you can keep track of what’s going on the link. Download a free album while you’re there!
I have three new CDs that are now available for the CD of the Month Club. Here ye go: Celtic Love (compilation of love songs) St Patrick’s Day Songs for Kids (new recordings of my songs that kids will enjoy) A Tribute to Love (re-release of the 2008 album) You can download the complete checklist […]
St. Patrick’s Day Songs for Kids is at long last done and off to the printers. The album officially goes on sale on March 1st, but it’ll be available EXCLUSIVELY through iTunes on February 1st. Here’s the final track list: I’ll Tell My Ma Irish Lilting Red-Haired Boy Lilting Happily Ever After Gypsy Rover Rising […]
I have a quick rant about introversion that was sparked by a person on podcast today. The guest said he was a bad public speaker because he was an introvert. That reminded me of one other misconception someone alluded to last week. Find out more about both misconceptions in this week’s Celtfather podcast. The show […]
In just two weeks, I will be back in Texas for my annual return to the Sherwood Forest Faire. The Sherwood faire is located just outside of Austin and is an award-winning Renaissance festival, having won Best New Renaissance Festival two years in a row in the Renaissance Festival Awards. It’s an awesome and impressive faire […]
Starting in 2000, I published a weekly email called The Bards Crier Music Marketing newsletter. It was one of the most-respected indie music marketing sites online. My goal was to guide musicians on the journey on how to make a living as a musician by documenting my own journey. The newsletter mostly stopped by the […]