SEPTEMBER EPISODE OF THE CELTIC PUNKCAST #30 OUT NOW

Here in the UK the Summer is well and truly over and the gloom has arrived so time for our monthly visit to the other side of the world and the land of everlasting sunshine and the new edition of The Celtic Punkcast. Take your minds off the weather and follow the link below for over an hour of the best in Celtic-Punk, Celtic-Rock and Folk-Punk from all over the world.

Stream live or download to listen to later and enjoy!

G’day again everyone. Another month, another podcast episode. September already, where has this year gone? I have some great music for you all to enjoy, from right around the world including the first Japanese band I’ve played on the show and the featured band are personal favourites of mine, the recently reformed band from Michigan in the USA The Kreelers. Here’s the track list:

HELLCAT MAGGIE – ‘Coppermill Jigs’

SHAMBOLICS – ‘The Banshee’

THE KILLIGANS – ‘Empty Streets’

THE MOORINGS – ‘Friendship’

THE TEMPLARS OF DOOM – ‘Leaving Of Liverpool’

GREENLAND WHALEFISHERS – ‘Waiting’

PADDY AND THE RATS – ‘Red River Prince’

FEATURED BAND: THE KREELERS

‘Barnyards’

‘Ordinary Many’

‘Six 7’

THE FISTICUFFS‘Johnny O’Reilly’

THE REAL McKENZIES – ‘The Massacre of Glencoe’

BASTARDS ON PARADE – ‘The Drifter’

LEXINGTON FIELD – ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide Out Of Suburbia’

THE STUBBY SHILLELAGHS – ‘Drink You Pretty’

CELKILT – ‘The Road That Takes Me Home’

THE CHERRY COKE$ – ‘Rise Again’

You can listen to the September episode of The Celtic Punkcast at the link below. Simply click for the best Celtic-Punk of the past and the present and remember you can listen to it live or else download to listen at another time.

THE CELTIC PUNKCAST #30

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Check out the London Celtic Punk interview with Gareth the ‘Podmaster’ here and find out what possessed him to join the #OneBigCelticPunkFamily. Also worth checking out was the special article written by Gareth for people who haven’t yet experienced the joys of Celtic-Punk so find Bring Your Mates To The Hooley: A Starters Guide To Celtic-Punk here.

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