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Category: Album of the Week

Celtic Music Radio's "Album of the Week"

Album of The Week 25th Aug 2018 ‘The Angry Cyclist’ The Proclaimers – release 10th Aug 2018

Album of The Week 25 Aug 2018 ‘The Angry Cyclist’ The Proclaimers – release 10th Aug 2018     From Craig & Charles Reid’s release of ‘Letter from America’ on ‘This Is the Story’ album in 1987 to this their eleventh studio album – the Proclaimers have never looked back! They took last year off in …

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Album of The Week on CMR 18th Aug 2018 – We Banjo3 – ‘Haven’

Album of The Week 18 Aug 2018 – We Banjo3 ‘Haven’ Band Members :- Enda Scahill (tenor banjo, vocals)Recorded with Rick Skaggs and the Chieftains/ Frankie Gavin – Stockton’s Wing Fergal Scahill (fiddle, viola, dobro, percussion, guitar, mandolin, vocals) Multi instrumentals performed with Kevin Crawford / Martin O’Connor / The Broch McGuire Band / Michael …

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Album of the week on CMR – ‘The Highland Swing’ by DJ Dolphin Boy from 11th Aug 2018

Celtic Music Radio’s Album of The Week ‘ The Highland Swing’ by DJ Dolphin Boy  ‘Andy Levy aka Dolphin Boy has been a producer and DJ for more than 20 years, and in that time he has pulled off the neat trick of evolving and innovating whilst his early work remains as fresh as ever’ The …

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Album of the Week on CMR 27th July 2018 – Rab Noakes ‘Welcome to Anniversaryville’

Album of the Week 27 July 2018 Rab Noakes ‘Welcome to Anniversaryville Released in June Wed, AUG 29 ‘Welcome to Anniversaryville’ Launch – Lochgelly Listen in to Ross Macfadynen’s ‘Thank Folk It’s Friday’ Fri 27 July to catch up with Rab, the new album, some chat and what he has in the pipeline!

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‘Dog In The Fog’ – Mick McGoldrick & Dezi Donnelly – Album of The Week on CMR 21st July 2018

‘Dog In The Fog’ – Mick McGoldrick & Dezi Donnelly – Album of The Week on CMR 21 July 2018 Launched at Chorlton Irish Club on Saturday 14th July. Listen in to Album of The Week  at 12pm where Auntie Liz caught up with Dezi Donnelly to talk about this excellent new album and how …

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‘Stand Together’ – Landermason – Album of The Week on CMR 14th July 2018

‘Stand Together’ – Landermason – Album of The Week on CMR 14 July 2018 – Listen in on Sat 14 July to Album of The Week at 12pm to their interview ! A true blend of folk, roots and jazz! Landermason are the combined talents of multi-instrumentalist Fiona Lander and Paul Mason. They are a song-witing …

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‘Away From My Window’ – Iona Fyfe – Album of The Week 7th July 2018

‘Away From My Window’ – Iona Fyfe – Album of The Week 7 July 2018 Aberdeenshire folksinger and budding songwriter Iona Fyfe is one of Scotland’s finest young ballad singers who is deeply rooted in the singing traditions of her homeland in the North East of Scotland, while in recent years expanding her repertoire and …

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‘Shore to Shore’ – Linsey Aitken & Ken Campbell – CMR’s Album of The Week 30th June 2018

Linsey Aitken & Ken Campbell – Shore to Shore will be  released on 7 July 2018 Linsey Aitken –  A highly regarded cellist, pianist and vocalist encompassing many genres and styles from Classical to Traditional music. Ken Campbell –  Scottish singer/songwriter with a well-established pedigree over 30 years, with five albums to date, festivals, concerts, TV …

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‘This Moment’ – The Bevvy Sisters – CMR’s Album of The Week 23rd June 2018

This Moment – The Bevvy Sisters – Released on 28 June 2018 Queens Hall Edinburgh The launch concert and party is a very special occasion for us and our first headline gig at Queens Hall, Edinburgh. We’ll have a stellar 8pc band with Vini Bonnar & Tom Bancroft/drums – Mario Caribe/bass & Andy Thorburn/keys and …

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The Humblebums -‘Please sing a Song for us- Transatlantic Anthology – CMR’s Album of The Week 16th June 2018

Please Sing a Song for us : Transatlantic Anthology (CD released 25 May 2018 by Elephant Records) is Celtic Music Radio’s Album of The Week 16th June 2018 Billy Connolly founded the group in 1965, along with guitarist Tam Harvey; both had been regulars on the Glasgow folk circuit, and Connolly had previously been playing …

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