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Lynzy and Viv from The Coaltown Daisies are guests on Celtic Folk and Fusion with Fiona McNeill this week (Tuesday, April 13). Highly rated as singer/songwriters and performers the talented duo release records under their own Ragged Boot Records label and one of their compositions was chosen as the original theme for World Whisky Day, […]

The KATEE KROSS BAND will be guests on the Nikki At Noon Show on Monday, April 13. The band, from Bishopbriggs, Glasgow, released their fourth album, ‘Show Your Hand’ last year, so they will be chatting about that as well as their upcoming gigs – Boots and Buckles and a drive-in show with Robyn Red […]

Presenter Gavin Paterson is the focus of a hugely interesting and wide-ranging feature in the current issue of Living Tradition, the leading traditional music magazine. Gavin talks about his life-long love of music, his strong ties to the Clancy Brothers and about his very popular Ballads And Balladeers show that goes out every Tuesday to […]

Scottish singer/songwriter and guitarist Stuart Bobbin will be featured all the way from Canada on the Celtic Folk And Fusions Show with Fiona McNeill this week (April 6) between 6 and 8 pm. He will be chatting about his band, Hewson Grey‘s latest EP release ‘Refleck’ from which they have released the single, Moving Mountains. […]

Hailing from Findochty in the North East coast of Scotland, Ron Jappy is an extremely accomplished and respected musician. Starting off his musical journey as a fiddle player, Ron is now highly sought after as an arranger, fiddler, guitarist, and pianist. “One of the true joys of being an accompanist is sharing musical experiences with […]

New show times have been announced for the Colm Keegan Show. It will go out on Fridays from 1 pm to 3 pm and will be re-run each Saturday between 6 pm and 8pm. The multi award-winning international musician from Dublin joined the station recently, saying: “Celtic Music Radio is such a staunch supporter of the […]


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