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May 23

Planet Waves running order – 23rd May 2017

PLANET WAVES running order: 23rd May 2017 – shrimp

title – artist – album – label – origin

I’m Unhappy Tonight (Taz vecher ne mii vesselo) – Trio Bulgarka – Bulgarka Folk Trio – Balkanton BHA 11548 (LP) – Bulgaria

Jambalaya – Jo-El Sonnier – Cajun Life – Rounder CD 3049 – Louisiana Cajun

Ye Medjuie – Emmanuel Kahe & Jeanette Kemogne – Pop Makossa: The Invasive Dance Beat of Cameroon 1976-1984 – Analog Africa AACD 083 – Cameroon

Léélé – Toupouri people of Golompoui – Cameroon: Flutes of the Mandara Mountains – Ocora C 561110 – Cameroon

March,strathspey & Reel: Loch Katrine / Miss Lyall / Loch Leven – The Cameron Men – Classic Scots Fiddle Recordings from the Thirties – Topic – Scotland

Shrimp Boats – Jo Stafford – The Ultimate Jo Stafford – EMI – California

Canon 1 (cancrizans) – Ensemble Sonnerie – JS Bach: The Musical Offering BWV 1079 – Virgin Veritas 545 139 2 – Germany

Romance del Amargo – Camarón de la Isla – Antologia – Mercury (Spain) 532 929 2 – Spain

Nero’s / The European Dream – Bellevue Rendezvous – While Rome Burns – Journeyman JYM 005 – Scotland

The Arkansas Traveller – Sam Hinton – Newport Folk Festival 1963 Evening Concertt Vol 1 – TP4 Music – California

Bubu Dub – Janka Nabay – Build Music – Luaka Bop LB 0086 CD – Sierra Leone

Shrimp Boats – Abdullah Ibrahim – Tate meets Brand: The Legendary 1977 Encounter – Chiaroscuro Records – South Africa

My voice is floating on air – Staika Gyokova – Staika Gyokova – Balkanton BHA 12057 – Bulgaria

Echo Blues (sig tune) – Frank Wakefield – That was now… this is then! – Rosewood RA 62096 – Tennessee

listen anytime for a month at http://podcast.canstream.co.uk/celticmusic/index.php?cat=Planet+Waves

May 23

Liz Clark Inducted into the Trad Hall of Fame!

We are so proud of our ain Auntie Liz Clark.

For today she was inducted into the Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame!

From that website:

 

Though she was born in Rutherglen, it was growing up around the traditions of the North-East of Scotland is what gave rise to Liz Clark’s passion for traditional music. As a young girl she’d go down to the Kippering sheds and hear the woman singing in Doric. She loved it, and the women singing enjoyed teaching the songs to her- as a child she was completely oblivious to all of the double entendre!Later as a teenager, she met the Stewarts of Blair, and received another education in their stories and songs, around the campfires at the berry fields in Blairgowrie. When she was around fifteen the first Blairgowrie festival took place, and she again was hooked. Not just on the tradition- that had already been decided, but also on festivals and live music.

The board of Celtic Music Radio at the Na Trads

Liz told us; ” ‘l’ve had a fantastic music journey on the first 50 years, I canny wait fir the next 50 !”

Chair of Celtic Music Radio. Alex Jenkins said, “Auntie Liz has been an integral part of Celtic Music Radio from it’s inception. Our aim to support new, upcoming and unsigned music really came from her passion via the Danny Kyle Open Stage. All the team is chuffed that Liz is getting this long deserved recognition for her input into today’s Traditional Music scene.”

As Liz would say herself: “well done ma treasure”!

May 22

Studio Guests Tues 23rd May- Joy Dunlop from LAS 8-9pm. & James Lindsay 9-10pm on Travels With My Auntie Liz

Guest on Travels With My Auntie Liz on Tuesday 23May 2017 are Joy Dunlop from the band  LAS for 8-9 and  James Lindsay from 9-10 Both have stunning new albums just out – so listen in to hear some of Scotland’s finest young musicians from trad to jazz! 

 

 

 

 

 

LAS (meaning ignite) are an exciting female five piece featuring leading players from the contemporary Celtic music scene. They explore Scotland & Ireland’s shared cultural links through exhilarating dance/music collaborations and Gàidhlig / Gaeilge song. The got together in 2015 and have recently released a 5 trac CD – Joy Dunlop will be chatting about the band/ EP and upcoming gigs.

See them live on BBC Two Trad Ar Fad! 

 

 

LAS are:
Joy Dunlop (Scotland)/ Edel Ní Churraoin (Ireland) / Gráinne Brady (Ireland) / Suzanne Fivey (Scotland) / Catherine Ní Shúilleabháin (Ireland)  –

LAS EP Tracs

  1. Tracs Máire Mhóir / The Flying Wheelchair / The Doberman’s Wallet
  2. Sileas
  3. Finbarr Dwer’s / Fred’s Favourite / Grahame Allison’s Welcome To Traditional Music (fraser Shaw)
  4. Rannan Breugach / An tAmrán Bréagach
  5. Seinn O Chruadail / The Miller of Drohan / Thori a-nall Ailean ‘ugam

 

 

 

James Lindsay – new album ‘Strand’ and it out on tour with it – launched on 28 April at Folklub  in The Hug And Pint for pre order and  officially out on 2 June! And will be doing a min tour to launch the album! James also plays in the ‘super’ group Breabach! Will be telling us about his music and his most excellent new album

May
25 Tobermory – An Tobar
26 Ullapool – Ceilidh Place
27 Inverurie  – Locos
Band:- James / Hamish Napier – Flute – Keys / Adam Sutherland – Fiddle / Megan Robertson Henderson – Fiddle/ Paul Harrison – Keys / Ben MacDougal – Guitar

Tracs

  1. Hebrides Terrace Seamount 
  2. The Silent Spring
  3. Sòdhaigh
  4. Shallow Firth
  5. UB85
  6. Stacks
  7. Forvie Sands/Creel
  8. Beatfort’s Dyke

 

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May 20

Studio Guest – Adam Sutherland – Tues 23 May with the Phat Controller Iain Copeland 10- midnight

Iain Copeland – aka – ‘The Phat Controller’Studio guest on Tuesday 23 May – Adam Sutherland – from 10 till midnight. Adam is coming in for a chat and a catch up with Iain!

 

 

  Adam Sutherland – Photograph by Sean Purser

Adam comes from Errogie on the south shores of Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland.  In his early 30s, he is one of Scotland’s most exciting fiddle players, composers and teachers in a thriving scene, drenched with talent.  You possibly heard of him in Glasgow  back in 2001 when he won a Danny at the Danny Kyle Open Stage at Celtic Connections in the group Fire In the Bog which morphed into Croft No. 5!

He has gone onto be part of many groups such as ‘The Peatbog Faeries’, ‘Session A9 ‘and the stunning and innovative ‘Babelfish’, ‘The Treacherous Orchestra’ and along with Hamish Napier ‘Nae Plans’ as well as guest musician in a multitude of groups such as Salsa Celtica and Manran to name but two! Launching is much acclaimed CD Squall in 2013 and his Errogie Collection : Volume 1 book of music / song / stories and pictures that he has amassed over the last 20 years!

 

He also finds time to tutor and run fiddle schools(at his year 21 -25 Aug at Sabhal lMor Ostaig on the Isle of Skye .  Adam’s tunes are perhaps his most impressive legacy and are played in music sessions and on YouTube videos in the following countries:  Scotland, England, Ireland, Wales, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Norway, USA, Canada (Canadian Celtic Music Top-10 with Flook’s version of ‘The Road to Errogie’), Korea, Australia, New Zealand and who knows where else.

 

 

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 Running costs approximately £2500 per month, we would ask if you could either donate when you can, or text CELT22 £amount – send 70070 , or even set up a standing order for £5 – £10 per month?  for a 24 / 7 – 365 days per year of your of the music you love to listen too! – Thank you for listening and supporting the station

 

 

 

May 20

Christy Moore – ‘Lily’ – Album of The Week -20th May 2017

Christy Moore ‘Lily’ Album of the week on Celtic Music Radio 20 May 2017
Produced by Declan Sinnott, Lily features ten new songs. Lily starts the story-telling with Christy’s early memories of County Kildare, and the album takes us on a journey across the water and back home again with songs from Christy, Peter Gabriel and local heroes; John Spillane and Declan O’Rourke.

 

 

A man whose music is timeless and crosses generations in his 50 th year on the road, brings us more music, more songs and more memories to share.

From The Guardian ‘Ireland’s finest singer-songwriter and interpreter of other people’s songs returns with his first album in three years. Christy Moore’s new set is as varied as his celebrated live performances: unexpected songs are reworked with his intimate, soulful vocals. He starts with a series of easygoing pieces by Irish writers, including the upbeat The Tuam Beat, but the mood changes with the thoughtful, partly self-composed title track, which blends nostalgia and history. Then comes the politics. A powerful treatment of Wallflower, Peter Gabriel’s 80s lament for political prisoners, is followed by Mick Blake’s Oblivious, an angry analysis of Ireland, a hundred years on from the Easter Rising. The backing includes fiddle, harmonica and mandolin, and for the final track, Christy recites a poem by Dave Lordan against a wash of sound. He celebrates 50 years as a full-time singer this summer, and he’s still taking chances.’

Christy has produced more than 25 solo albums, from Paddy on the Road in 1969 to Where I Come From in 2013. Christy Moore: Journey, a documentary on 50 years of song, aired on RTE television in April 2016 and is well worth the catch up! He again rocked Glasgow on 28 /29 April in the GRCH and a favourite gig of his ! the Barrowlands !  

Lily Tracs

  1. Mandolin Mountain
  2. The Tuam Beat
  3. The Gardener
  4. Lily
  5. Wallflower
  6. Oblivious
  7. Ballad of Patrick Murphy
  8. Lightning Bird Wind River Man
  9. Green Grows the Laurel
  10. Lost Tribe of the Wicklow Mountains

To purchase the album please go via our Amazon link which costs you nothing extra and gets some much needed revenue for the station ! thank you

 

Up and coming gigs
May
Fri 26     County Arms Hotel
Sat 27    Cavan –Slieve Russell Hotel
June
Fri 9         Navan – Solstice Arts Centre
Fri 16     New Ross – St Michael’s Theatre
Wed 21 Dun Laoghaire – Pavilion Theatre

Thurs 22/23/28/29/ Dun Laoghaire – Pavilion Theatre

July
Fri 14     Cork – Live At The Marquee
Thurs 20 Arklow – Arklow Bay Hotel
Aug
Thurs 17 Galway – Black Box

 

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May 20

Freereelin – Friday 9th June

Freereelin join our house concert series on Friday 9th June.

Freereelin’ are a 3-piece ceilidh band of experienced musicians whose passion is for great music, energy and fun.

They are all multi-instrumentalists, our most common line-up being fiddle (Lesley Thompson), guitar (Davy Lees) and percussion (Stuart McQueen). They provide ceilidh music, performance sets or background music to suit your event, and will tailor our repertoire to provide the perfect combination.

Their edgy folk sound has raw rhythmic energy, perfect as an accompaniment to ceilidh dancing, or captivating to listen to. On top of their ceilidh repertoire, Freereelin play a mix of self-penned performance sets and traditional tunes and songs.

With their experienced caller and frontman, Davy, they will keep you right, and keep you laughing. They will even get up and demonstrate the dances ourselves!

To reserve your seat, please email houseconcerts@celticmusicradio.net

May 16

Planet Waves running order – 16th May 2017

PLANET WAVES running order: 16th May 2017 – Taj Mahal, Far East repeat

title – artist – album – label – origin

Gosto de Ti Quando Mentes – Maria Teresa de Noronha – Fado Antigo – Som Livre / EVC VSL 1108 2 – Portugal

Statesboro Blues – The Rising Sons – The Rising Sons featuring Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder – Columbia Legacy 472865 2 –           Los Angeles

17th May 1942, Taj Mahal born

Sweet Mama Janisse – Taj Mahal – The Real Thing – Columbia 498174 2 – USA

Mehndi Laga Lo – Shubha Mugdal – Wedding Songs Of Uttar Pradesh Volume 2 – Living Media India Ltd – India

Train Song #2 – Sakar Khan – At Home – Amarass AMAR 006 – Rajasthan

An Ribhinn Donn – Duncan Chisholm – Spititual Music from the Hebrides – An Lanntair LANNCD 005 – Lewis

Fasiya – Sona Jobarteh – Fasiya – African Guild – The Gambia

La Valse de Chere Mama – Jo-El Sonnier – Cajun Accordion Kings: and the Queen – Valcour Records VAL CD 0036 – Louisiana Cajun

Homafu Wawa – Vieux Farka Touré – Samba – Six Degrees 657036-126626 – Mali

Valse Chinoise – Emile Carrara – Let’s Dance: Valse Musette – Le Chant du Monde 274 2644.46 – France

Under the silver moonlight – Fong Liu with Eddie McGuire – The Flowing Stream: A Selection of Chinese Folk Songs – CCC Link – China

Pinasa Si Dung-dungon – Toba musicians – Music of Indonesia 4: Music of Nias & North Sumatra – Smithsonian Folkways SF 40420 – Indonesia

Song from Heaven – Black String – Mask Dance – ACT Music 9036-2 – Korea

Haisai Ojisan – Kabushikikaisya Okinawa Entertainment group – Okinawa Ryojo Hana – Okinawa

Echo Blues (sig tune – a few seconds) – Frank Wakefield – That was now… this is then! – Rosewood RA 62096 – Tennessee

listen anytime for a month at http://podcast.canstream.co.uk/celticmusic/index.php?cat=Planet+Waves

May 16

Studio Guest – Chris Sesar and Gill Halliday on Gavin Paterson 16th May 2-4pm

 

Studio Guest – Chris Sesar and Gill Halliday on Gavin Paterson 16th May 2-4 pm 

 

 

Chris Sesar has been rapidly gaining recognition in the Scottish music scene for his genre defying repertoire, effortlessly blending Celtic folk and roots & country music with a brush of gypsy jazz.

“Chris Sesar’s songs paint the landscape of human relationships with gentle colours and delicate detail, sometimes bitter sweet, sometimes dark and with a comic twist.”

Since March 2016 Chris has been touring Scottish Venues with Angus based singer songwriter Gill Halliday.

Gill’s intuitive use of wind instruments adds a layer of depth and versatility to the performance whilst her powerful voice delivers songs with heartfelt honesty.

“I could have listened to Gill sing all night.” Sheena Wellington.

Individually, Chris and Gill are both brilliant vocal performers. Their harmonies, however, are nothing short of mesmerising.

As individual writers they have very different approaches and styles which, when fused together creates beautiful songs with themes ranging from love, heartbreak and loss, worries of parenthood and ageing. Their thoughtful, well observed lyrics capture the tragic as thoroughly as the humorous and describe the minutia of everyday life and the colourful complexity of humankind.

As dedicated supporters of the cancer charity, Chris and Gill have played several fundraising events over the last year with the proceeds going to this cause which is close to both their hearts.

Sesar & Halliday are busy working on an album of their original material which is due to be released in the Autumn.

They are playing Leith Folk Club 16 May 2017

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May 15

Studio Guest Tues 16th May- Moshen Amini YTMY and chat with Paul O’Halloran of The Black Guards ON Travels With My Auntie Liz 8-10pm

 

Studio Guest Moshen Amini  YTMY and chat with Paul O’Halloran of The Black Guards  ON Travels With My Auntie Liz 16 May 2017 8-10pm
Catch Up – First Hour Second Hour

 

Moshen Amini – Winner of BBC Radio Scotland Young Trad Musician of the year 2017 and will be out on tour with the TMSA Young Trad Tour 2017
Remember the YTM 2018  entrants of on 18 th  May 2017 closing date is 2 nd  July 2017 – so get those entries in !!! 

 

 

Moshen and perhaps some fellow musicians will be dropping in to see me to let me know ALL ABOUT the upcoming TMSA YTT, about his music and the recording of the TMSA Young TradTour CD. This is an important event in the Music Calendar in Scotland and a chance for young musicians to show all us ‘oldies’ what they have got!!!

 

 

 TMSA Young Trad Tour 2017

This year’s musicians are:-
2016 winner, Mohsen Amini Music – Glasgow (concertina) /Hannah MacRae – Lochaber (fiddle) / Jessica burton- Orkney (clarsach) / Murray Willis – Lismore (accordion) / Robbie Grieg – Edinburgh (fiddle) / Ryan Young – Cardross (fiddle) plus the 2015 winner – Claire Hastings.
Venues and dates :-

. Tues 30 May, The Tower, Helensburgh
• Tues 6 June, Lismore Public Hall
• Wed 7 June, The Nevis Centre, Fort William
• Thurs 15 June, Summerhall, Edinburgh
• Wed 19 July, Drygate Brewery, Glasgow
• Mon 31 July, Stromness Town Hall, Orkney

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Hands up For Trad has been hosting the for 16 – 25 year old musicians Has been running since 2003 / 4 – to give a valuable platform to for up and coming traditional musicians and the TMSA has undertaken to put on the Young Trad Musician Of The Year Road Show every year with all six finalists (when possible!) and produce a CD that is a valuable insight into the living tradition of our music

Previous  Winners  – 2001 Gillian Frame  / 2002 Emily Smith / 2003 Anna Massie / 2004nJames Graham / 2005 Stuart Cassells / 2006 Shona Mooney / 2007 Catriona Watt / 2008 Ewan Robertson / 2009 Rua MacMillan/ 2010 Daniel Thorpe /2011 Kirstan Harvie / 2012 Rona Wilkie / 2013 Paddy Callaghan / 2014 Robyn Stapleton / 2015 Clair Hastings / 2016 Moshen Amini  / 2017 Charlie Stewart

The Black Guards

 

On Tuesday’s 16  May show , I will also be having a chat with lead singer of The Black Guards  – Paul O’Halloran re their four track self-penned debut EP, Drawn In, It has been produced by Lauren Deakin Davies and will be released on Folkstock Records   on 26 th May 2017.- so you will get a preview here! Also looking forward to catching up with them at The Eden Festival on 9 June!(thank Helen (Folkstock) for the heads up!)

The band’s introduction in their own words!

 “Paul O’Halloran (lead singer and guitar) who left his native Dublin after admitting in Confession he was their greatest song writing Centre Forward, Paul McGhee (lead guitar and banjo) who successfully ingratiated himself into the Manchester Musical Intelligentsia in order to promote The West Cumbrian Sound, Anne Marie McStraw (fiddle, pipes and mandolin), who almost successfully campaigned that anyone unable to play violin be expelled from all political parties, which quickly prompted political activist Ben Sloan to seek out & study the largest of their kind, the double-bass, and sensing the tide was changing, accordionist & pirate Owen Evans swept in to nullify this corrupt & roguish sound, whilst the temperance beats & tribal grooves of Andrew Bates (drums) celebrated this spiritual & soul purging movement in music.”

Can’t wait to hear them live at Eden Festival 9 June  ! best of luck with the debut EP and looking forward to the album which is due out in the Autumn !

 

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May 13

Studio guest Tues 16th May – Snuffbox – with Iain Copeland ‘The Phat Controller’ 10-midnight

 

Snuffbox are an acoustic trio, based in Glasgow, featuring Charlie Stewart on fiddle, Rufus Huggan on cello and Luc McNally on guitar and vocals. Mixing traditional tunes with contemporary flair, as well as quirky, original material, Snuffbox melds old and new to create entirely their own sound. Are coming in to talk to Iain about their album launch ‘Playing for Free’ (AOW on 8 April!)  their  tour  and a some banter!
Catch up – First Hour – Second Hour

The musicians in Snuffbox met on Glasgow’s vibrant trad music sessions and have created a style that harnesses the energy of the city with Perthshire’s rich musical tradition.

In addition to Snuffbox, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland student Charlie Stewart brings his keening sensitivity and muscular attack to Techno Trad Collective Sketch.  Rufus Huggan, also a Royal Conservatoire of Scotland student, is equally at home in chamber ensembles and folk sessions, and Luc McNally, who provides the album’s two thoughtful, gently turned vocal tracks, also appears with Sketch and Glasgow quintet Dosca.

Gig List

11th May 2017 – Hootenannys, Inverness   @ 9:00 pm – 12:00 am
12th May 2017 – Seaboard Centre, Balintore Seaboard Centre, Balintore, IV20 1UA
13th May 2017 –  Glenfarg @ 8:30 pm – 11:00 pm Glenfarg, Perth PH2, UK
18th May 2017  – Old Hairdressers , @ 8:00 pm – 11:30 pm The old Hairdressers, 27 Renfield Ln, Glasgow G2,

9th June 2017  – Eden Festival ,@ 14:30 pm Eden Festival, Moffat, UK

Album Tracs 

  1. Reels – Anne Lacey’s (L. Carroll) Johnny Willmott’s Fiddle (Trad) The Girls at Martinfield (P. Cunningham) This track was put together in an attempt to make ‘just a normal set of reels’.
  2. Playing For Free – Playing for Free (R. Huggan/C. Irving/C. Stewart)  Originally put together by Charlie, Rufus and the guitarist Craig Irving; this tune is named for something we have all had to do from time to time, as part of our pursuit of a career in music.
  3. Limerick – Unknown Jig (Trad)/Brian O’Lynn (Trad) These are two tunes that Charlie learned from listening to the amazing Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh at the North Atlantic Fiddle convention in Derry.
  4. Chazza’s Circus / Whistle O’er the Love o’ It (Trad) Charlie Stewart’s (M. Fielding)  The second tune in this set was  written by Charlie’s teacher, Marie Fielding, just before his lesson. Named after him as he was the first person to hear it!
  5. Lucy’s 25/ Lucy’s Lament (R. Huggan) /Feis Rois 25 (L. MacColl) This set is comprised of two modern tunes: Lucy’s Lament which was written by Rufus for Lucy Doogan and Feis Rois 25 which was written by another of Charlie’s teachers, Lauren MacColl.
  6. A Harsh February – A Harsh February (P. Cunningham)  Despite being known to us as ‘Irish B minor reel’ until very recently, it transpires that this is yet another excellent tune written by Scotland’s own Phil Cunningham.
  7. Down The River – Down The River (R. Huggan)  A dark song written on a morbidly hot day in New York; it pays homage to a bygone age where children in stories and song were met with tragic ends.
  8. Onions – Onions (C. Stewart)/I Ne’er Shall Wean Her (Trad)  Charlie’s eponymous slow air was named as such for want of a more appropriate title which, unfortunately, has not materialised.
  9. Yer Maw’s – Yer Maw’s (R. Huggan C. Stewart)/Dawted Mary (Trad)  Dedicated to all the mothers out there.
  10. Sleeping Stars – Sleeping Stars (R. Huggan)  Written in anticipation of visiting the Celtic Colours festival in Canada, this song is  about sleeping as long and often as possible to shorten the days leading up to the trip

Recorded at Carrier Waves, Glasgow /Engineered, Produced – Iain Copeland, Skye Records. Mastered by Denis Blackham, Skye Mastering © Skye Records 2017

 

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