Album of the Week

Album of the Week: Don Kesson ‘Drinking with the Angels’

The Celtic Music Radio Album of the Week for week commencing Saturday 15 November 2014 is from Don Kesson with his ‘Drinking with the Angels’. Mary K. Burke talks to Don...

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Concerts and Gig Guide

Celtic Music Radio night at Dow’s Bar, Glasgow this Friday

The second Celtic Music Radio music night at Dow’s Bar, 9 Dundas Street, next to Queen Street railway station entrance in  Glasgow city centre will take place this coming...

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Studio guests

S e ‘Muldoon’s Picnic’ air Ceòl ’s Craic 6 is 7f Diluain

‘S e ‘Muldoon’s Picnic’ a bhios air ceann seisean ciùil beò na seachdain seo air Ceòl ’s Craic @ Celtic Music Radio. Bidh a’ bhuidheann chiùil de shianar...

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Outside broadcasts

St Andrew celebration live from the Chip on Wednesday 7pm

Celtic Music Radio will be celebrating Scotland’s Patron Saint, St Andrew this coming Wednesday, 26 November, just a few days before St Andrew’s Day which falls on Sunday 30...

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Recent Posts

Alan Crossan on Mary K. Burke Show on the Clutha Trust

Alan Crossan on Mary K. Burke Show on the Clutha Trust

Nov 23, 2014

One year on from the Clutha Vaults helicopter crash, the pub’s owner, Alan Crossan will be presenting a fundraising concert to launch The Clutha Trust and Alan will be the guest on the Mary K. Burke Show tonight, Sunday 23 November 6.00-8.00pm on Celtic Music Radio 95FM.

The Trust will be an organisation that will reach out to disadvantaged youngsters and unite them with music and the arts.

The fundraising concert is being held in the famous Barrowlands in Glasgow on Friday 28 November, the ticket proceeds of which will go towards fundraising for the trust.

Mary K. Burke Show, Sunday 23 November 6.00-8.00pm and Catch Up anytime.

S e ‘Muldoon’s Picnic’ air Ceòl ’s Craic 6 is 7f Diluain

S e ‘Muldoon’s Picnic’ air Ceòl ’s Craic 6 is 7f Diluain

Nov 22, 2014

‘S e ‘Muldoon’s Picnic’ a bhios air ceann seisean ciùil beò na seachdain seo air Ceòl ’s Craic @ Celtic Music Radio. Bidh a’ bhuidheann chiùil de shianar sheinneadairean seo a’ tabhann taghadh de dh’òrain as aonais taic-ciùil a ghabhas a-steach ceòl a tha òirdheirc is cuid a tha ro-amaideach.

Bidh iad a’ gabhail òran dùthchais, ceòl cruinneil, ceòl spioradail, òrain mhara agus rèiteachaidhean tùsail de òrain traidiseanta bho air feadh an t-saoghail air an taisbeanadh ann an dòigh dibhearsannach a tha air cliù agus spèis a choisinn dhaibh anns a h-uile cearnaidh dhen rioghachd.

Tha sinn air leth toilichte gum bi Jo NcDhòmhnaill à Eilean Leòdhais againn air aoigheachd cuideachd. Tha Jo a-nis ag obair air a ceann fhèin mar neach-rannsachaidh, sgrìobhaiche, eadar-theangadair agus craoladair ach chuir i seachad bliadhnaichean mòra ag obair aig ìre àrd aig a’ BhBC a’ cruthachadh raon farsaing de sàr-phrograman Gàidhlig airson telebhisean agus rèidio.

A bharrachd air an sin bha i aig teis-mheadhain obair leasachaidh Bhòrd na Gàidhlig. Tha sinn a’ gabhail fiughar ri a bhith ann an cuideachd Jo angus Muldoon’s Picnic – mar sin nach tig sibh còmhla rinn Diluain eadar 6 is 7f Diluain air 95FM no air loidhne air www.celticmusicradio.net

958126This week’s live music session on Ceòl ’s Craic @ Celtic Music Radio comes from ‘Muldoon’s Picnic’ (pictured) - a six-part vocal harmony group based in Glasgow.

According to their biography we can expect a selection of unaccompanied songs ranging from the

sublime to the ridiculous. Their repertoire which includes folk-songs, world music, shanties, spirituals and original arrangements of traditional song from around the world, from authentic to experimental is presented with a sense of fun that has won hearts throughout the UK.

Our special Gaelic speaking guest on Monday is Jo MacDonald, a native Gaelic speaker from the Isle of Lewis now employed as a freelance researcher, writer, translator and broadcaster.

Jo worked at the BBC at a senior level for many years producing an impressive range of Gaelic programmes. She also took a central role in the work of Bòrd na Gàidhlig.

Join us on Monday between 6.00 and 7.00pm on 95FM or online for a stimulating mix of music and Gaelic conversation.

Ceòl ’s Craic, Monday 24 November, 6.00-7.00pm and Catch Up anytime.

St Andrew celebration live from the Chip on Wednesday 7pm

St Andrew celebration live from the Chip on Wednesday 7pm

Nov 22, 2014

Celtic Music Radio will be celebrating Scotland’s Patron Saint, St Andrew this coming Wednesday, 26 November, just a few days before St Shona Masson1Andrew’s Day which falls on Sunday 30 November 2014.

Celtic Music Radio will be once again broadcasting live from Ubiquitous Chip, Ashton Lane, Hillhead, in the west end of Glasgow.

Gordon Hotchkiss will present his regular Wednesday night ‘Hotchpotch’ with a St Andrew’s flavour including live sets from local musicians and singers and a few guests including fiddler Shona Masson (pictured right) plus singers ‘The Sensational’ Christine Sparks, Linda Jaxson (below), Stephen Clark and ‘Moshen’.

Linda JaxonAlan Burke with his Late Night programme from 10.00pm to 12 midnight will keep the St Andrew’s Celebrations going until 12 midnight with more live music sets.

Come and join us upstairs at the Ubiquitous Chip in Ashton Lane, Hillhead, just round the corner from Hillhead Subway station on Wednesday 26 November from 7.00pm.  Enjoy a Haggis Pie and a pint for just £5!

St Andrew’s Celebration live from the Ubiquitous Chip, Ashton Lane, Hillhead, Glasgow on Wednesday 26 November, 7.00pm to 12 midnight.

Get YOUR Ticket.

Get YOUR Ticket.

Nov 22, 2014

Get YOUR ticket to the best seat in the house!

Celtic Music Radio brings you A Festival of Music 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

The station is run by a merry band of 30 volunteers, so all money you donate goes to paying the bills to keep us on air.

Ofcom, PRS, PPL licences as well as the running costs of our transmitter on 95FM and webstream all take their toll on the finances, and this is where YOU come in.

By making a donation, no matter how small, you can help us bring you to notch music and live concerts from a team who are as enthusiastic about music as you are.

Click through to www.celticmusicradio.net/donate to see the ways you can contribute.

Many thanks in anticipation.

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