Music from the Celtic Connections Festival 2014

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A Celtic Sojourn 2/28/2015

A Celtic Sojourn 2/28/2015

A Celtic Sojourn

Brian O'Donovan explores a variety of Celtic tunes from Cara Dillon, Karan Casey, and The Henry Girls, with recordings from last year's "A St. Patrick’s Day Celtic Sojourn."

A Celtic Sojourn 2/21/2015

A Celtic Sojourn 2/21/2015

A Celtic Sojourn

Brian O'Donovan explores a variety of Celtic tunes from Martin and Eliza Carthy, Oirialla, Brendan Power, and John Spillane. Brian also plays recordings from last year's "A St. Patrick’s Day Celtic Sojourn."

 

A Celtic Sojourn 2/14/2015

A Celtic Sojourn 2/14/2015

A Celtic Sojourn

Brian O'Donovan presents a variety of contemporary Celtic tunes from Solas, The West Ocean String Quartet, Keith Murphy, and Cara Dillon.

A Celtic Sojourn 2/7/2015

A Celtic Sojourn 2/7/2015

A Celtic Sojourn

Brian O'Donovan presents a variety of contemporary Celtic tunes from Olivia Chaney, Mike Vass, Mark Roberts, and Kate Rusby.

A Celtic Sojourn 1/31/2015

A Celtic Sojourn 1/31/2015

A Celtic Sojourn

Brian O'Donovan provides a variety of traditional and contemporary Celtic tunes from artists like Josephine Marsh, The Waterboys, Cherish the Ladies and more.

A Celtic Sojourn 1/24/2015

A Celtic Sojourn 1/24/2015

A Celtic Sojourn

Brian O'Donovan provides a variety of traditional and contemporary Celtic tunes from artists like Louise Mulcahy, Full Set, Hannah Sanders and more.

 


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Brian O'Donovan and David Smith come together again to discuss the great music emerging from the Celtic Connections Music Festival in Glasgow, Scotland. (Pictured: the Norwegian-Celtic band Firil)

Despite the typical weather in Scotland during the month of January, David is a die-hard fan of this festival.

"It's the greatest live music festival that I've ever been to in my life," he declares. He's been doing this for 14 years now, and he says,  "You hear and see and meet musicians from all of the Celtic regions. You also see lots of hybrids forming--lots of people from different cultures and different traditions playing together, sometimes for the first time, and that is very exciting."




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