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Mar 18

Celtic Music Radio Live from St Patrick’s Festival Merchant Square 18th March 12 pm 2017

Celtic Music Radio is holding its third Radiothon to raise funds.

The station, the first in Scotland to be supported by its listeners, is running the three-day Radiothon from March 17 to 19 in conjunction with Glasgow’s  St Patrick’s Festival 

 

 

Kicking off on Friday, March 17, from 12 noon till midnight, we will be joined in our studios by a wealth of talent performing live sets throughout the day.
Presented by Liz Clark 1 – 3pm
12 pm  Snuffbox, featuring Young Trad Musician of The Year 2017, Charlie Stewart, cellist Rufus Huggan and Luc McNally guitarist/singer

1 pm  Sheena Wellington – Scotland’s national treasure !

2pm   Members of Breabach 

   Sheena Wellington

  Snuffbox

  Braebach

 

Presenter Gordon Hotchkiss 3- 6pm

3pm  St Francis Pipe band – don’t panic ! only talking and playing CD  you can hear them live tomorrow !

4pm  Calum Baird, who’s also on along with The Wakes in The Admiral Bar at 7:30

5pm   tbc

More acts are due to be announced.!

We will be live from Merchant Square on Saturday, March 18 at Glasgow St Patrick’s Festival  12 -5pm with:-
The Southside Fiddlers
Connect Choir
St Roch’s Ceili Band
Sharon Taylor Academy of Irish Dancers  
St Francis’ Pipe Band
Trip  
The Wakes.  

On Sunday , March 19 we will be running an online auction of donated items via Ebay with our presenters keeping you up to date with the latest items up for auction. If you have anything you would like to donate for the auction please let us know by emilaing: info@celticmusicradio.net
We are asking you kindly to ‘put your money where your ears are’ and help support the station that reaches around 80,0000 listeners worldwide, is run entirely by 35 volunteers, broadcasts 24/7 365 days of the year with live programmes even going out on Christmas Day and Hogmanay.
It costs around £2,500 per month to keep the station on the air. We rely on donations /  sponsorship  / advertising.  If you could afford to give a donation or even a small monthly donation of £3 – £5, we reckon that’s not a bad return for so much of your kind of music.

On behalf of us all at Celtic Music Radio: Thank you for all your past support and for continuing to support the station.

Details of how to donate to Celtic Music Radio are available on its website at www.celticmusicradio.net/donate.

If you are a UK Tax payer, please donate via BT MyDonate and check the Gift Aid button!

While correct at time of printing please check with website /festival website for any alterations, amendments or additions