New Monthly Marker!
Yes, it’s the first of the month again, which means it’s time for our new focus track! This time we did things a little different. Instead of us choosing the track, we asked M-Atzin Rurouni, as she was the one that put our Facebook page at the magical number of 5000 likes! And let’s be honest, she chose well 😀
This month’s marker will be
‘s “Morrigan”, taken from their recently re-released 2004 album “Crone of War”. This song in all its 7+ minutes of glory and power will be played five to six times a day, every day, throughout the entire month! Will you come and dance, sing and shout with us?
We are asking for your participation!
For our next event we are asking your participation! And it won’t be for nothing.
On Thursday the 8th of March we will do a livestream interview with
The Royal Spuds
on the release of their new single
which will be released on the 1st of March.
Go over to our event page for the
CeltCast live: The Royal Spuds – Q&A
and check out our latest post to see what you can do to participate in the interview but also in our latest give-away contest.
Q&A-MASH THESE POTATOES!
This next live event we are going to do things a little differently!
Instead of inviting the artists over to our HQ, CeltCast is going deep into the kitchen of
The Royal Spuds
and find out how they are cooking up their Folk Punk Mashed Potatoes!
With the release of their new single “A man” on the 1st of March, The Royal Spuds have cooked up something with a twist. Never heard before from these guys, “A man” is almost completely acoustic. Therefore, it is something very unique in the normally hard and fast sound of the Spuds.
Of course, CeltCast wants to know how they came up with this new song!
Actually, we want to know a lot more about The Royal Spuds than just how they created ‘A man’! During this event we ask the skin off the potato, so to say! And you are welcome to join in! Send us your questions for these 6 awesome guys and we will try to get the answers!
Join in on the livestream on the 8th of March to find out if they are willing to bare it all and maybe even play a tune or two.
Yoik zingt Noorse wind
Tonight we’re glad to witness “Yoik zingt Noordse wind” in the Ichthus Church in The Hague! You can espect some live streams of beautiful traditional Scandinavian songs sung by this choir featuring
on our page tonight!
Come sing along with us!
Life is a song, love is the music, come sing along with us!
With Valentine’s Day just behind us, we decided to continue spreading love, life and music.