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MPS Bückeburg 1&2 July 2023

…aand here is another festival where you can find the Celtcast Team:
MPS Bückeburg 1 (22-23 July 2023) and MPS Bückeburg 2 (28-30 July 2023)!

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Monthly Marker July 2023: The Trials of Cato

Trials of Cato-Hide and Hair (Cover and CD)

It’s the 1st of July which means a brand new Monthly Marker for this month!

Band: The Trials of Cato
Song: Kadisha (‘Traditional / Nightride to Armagh’ by Brian Finnegan , SGO Music LTD.)

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At Zomerfolk (NL) we collected their two albums, of which the first album contains the most folky songs. That album is one big summer party! Danceeeee! 🤩😍

We’ll play this song 5 to 6 times a day for a full month on our radio station and of course, it will be in our special CeltCast – Monthly Markers Spotify playlist! Hopefully, you will love it as much as our team does!

Musical Greetings,
The CeltCast Radio Team 🎻

Photo by Ilona

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Aftermovie CeltCast Fantasy Awards 2023!

Exciting News! Today, the official after movie for the CeltCast Fantasy Awards at the P60 has been released! 🌟✨ Relive the enchantment, the music, and the incredible moments that made the awards ceremony at P60 Poppodium Amstelveen truly unforgettable.

Immerse yourself in a visual feast as you journey through the realms of fantasy music. Witness epic performances, heartfelt speeches, and the magic that unfolded during the CeltCast Fantasy Awards. This after movie, featuring a stunning thumbnail by Christophe Vico, captures the essence of the event like never before, showcasing the extraordinary talent that makes the fantasy music community shine.

🎥 Watch the full after movie now and let the melodies sweep you away, while the imagery ignites your imagination. Experience the celebration of remarkable artists and their contributions to the fantasy music genre.

Special thanks to the incredible CeltCast team, whose dedication and hard work made the CeltCast Fantasy Awards possible: Berit, Rosanne, Ilona, Mels, Alex, Hannah, Helen, Ruben, Joni, Christophe, Andre, Rens, Nele, Erik, Jan, Linda, and everyone else who contributed their time and efforts.

Don’t miss out on this captivating visual experience that will transport you back to the heart of the celebration at P60 Poppodium Amstelveen. Relive the moments, share the magic, and join us in celebrating the incredible talent that makes the fantasy music community thrive!

🎶 Subscribe to our CeltCast Youtube-channel for more amazing content and stay tuned for future updates. Let’s continue to support and promote the enchanting world of fantasy music together! Watch the after movie now and share the magic with fellow music enthusiasts. Spread the word and let the enchantment unfold!

Zomerfolk 2023

Celtcast banner Zomerfolk 2023

The next festival where you can find the Celtcast Team in action will be the 2023 edition of Zomerfolk – make sure to say hello when you meet us there!

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Monthly Marker June 2023: Breabach

Cover: Braebach-Fas

It’s June already, which means a brand new Monthly Marker for this month! 🎶We’ll play this song 5 to 6 times a day for a full month on our radio station, and of course, it will be in our special CeltCast – Monthly Markers Spotify list! Hopefully, you will love it as much as our team does! 😍

Band: Breabach

Song: Bròg to the Future (Shoe to the Future)

This album traveled over the sea with Alex Sealgaire and Ilona Sealgaire CeltCast of the CeltCast Radio team. Last May, during their trip to Scotland, they visited the band in the beautiful Eastgate Theatre and Arts Centre in Peebles! It was a lovely evening with an enthusiastic audience. 🎶

The booklet of the album tells us more about this song: 📜

  • The JCHS 1991 Grads Reel – comp. Kinnon Beaton
  • Fridays for Future – comp. Megan Henderson
  • Clach nam Bròg – comp. Conal McDonagh

Fridays for Future is a youth-led and organised global climate strike movement. Megan named this tune after taking part in the march during the COP26 in Glasgow with Ewan and their daughter Joey Grace. ‘Clach nam Bròg’ is named for a massive roadside boulder – the Shoe Stone – between Poolewe and Gairloch. Churchgoers travelling barefoot over the hill to Gairloch stopped here to put on their shoes before entering the village.

Have fun, listening to CeltCast Radio! 📻

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