Celtic Christmas Special, Part 2. Music from The AM String Band, Wicked Tinkers, Don Grieve, Samantha Gillogly, Brobdingnagian Bards, The Gothard Sisters, Boston Blackthorne, Jennifer Grassman, Gaêlica, Ron Cody, Oona McOuat, Altan, Angus Mohr, Julia Lane. www.celticmusicpodcast.com/96
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“Coventry Carol” by Wicked Tinkers
from Slainte Happy Holidays!
“The Winter Has Passed” by Don Grieve
from Tribute To Robbie Burns
“Da Day Dawn” by Samantha Gillogly
from Triad: 3 Songs for the Winter Solstice
“December Song” by Oona McOuat
from December Song Single
“Fum Fum Fum” by Angus Mohr
from A Christmas Pageant
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