I have over 20 solo albums to my name, plus a couple dozen more through different bands and side projects. There’s a ton of fun music to choose from. If you want to find out more about an individual CD, click an album cover on the Wall of CDs below. Listen and download some my music here.
Where to buy swag?
- You can buy my complete digital collection in my Celtic Music CD Store.
- Or get digital downloads on iTunes and Amazon.
- You can buy t-shirts in the Celtic Music CD Store
- Hobbit Drinking Songs songbook
- Or better yet, become a patron. See all the cool music you’ll get!
Wall of CDs
Top 4 CDs of Marc Gunn
These are my top-selling CDs as 2016.
Irish Drinking Songs For Cat Lovers by Marc Gunn & The Dubliners’ Tabby Cats (2005)
The original CD that struck the imagination of cat lovers everywhere. It combines Irish drinking songs with my love of cats.
Firefly Drinking Songs by Bedlam Bards & Marc Gunn (2011)
Marc Gunn joins forces with the quintessential Browncoat band, his good friends Bedlam Bards. Recorded live at science fiction conventions and shindigs, Firefly Drinking Songs presents music inspired by Firefly and Serenity–the perfect sound for hoisting a mug of mudder’s milk!
Don’t Go Drinking With Hobbits by Marc Gunn (2011)
There you are at the Sign of the Prancing Pony in Bree, when you hear the sounds of rollicking song inside. You push open the heavy oak door to see small hobbits dancing on the bar, spilling beer and singing at the top of their lungs. Little did you know that there are scores of great hobbit drinking songs. Marc Gunn, The Celtfather, met up with Daisy Brambleburr of Bindbale Wood (aka Rie Sheridan Rose) in Hobbiton to discuss and share the drinking songs of the hobbits. He came back with a plethora of great songs and tunes to share in his newest album.
Scottish Songs of Drinking & Rebellion by Marc Gunn (2013)
The Celtfather fuses traditional Scottish songs with Celtic American fun while raising a flag for Scottish freedom! Marc Gunn compiles some of the greatest Scottish songs ever written into one incredible album that topped the World Music charts on iTunes when it was released on St. Andrew’s Day. It’ fun Celtic music for all the Scottish ex-patriots around the world.