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Music From The Glen

Music From The Glen
Sunday January 19th, 2020 with Ed Kingscote
Never heard before on this show...

Apart from the very first cut (and of course our theme music!), the material being played this morning has never been heard before on this show (based on available playlist records here!) - whether this is the artist overall, or just the track in question. Join me on this exciting journey!
Softly Good Tummas
Purcell's Polyphonic Party - An Invitation to Dance
The Lads Like Beer
Blazin' Fiddles - Six
Le Dragon de Chimay
Le vent du Nord - Tromper le Temps Canadian
Will We Dance?
Hannah James and the Jigdoll Ensemble - The Woman and Her Words
RSB / Deule Douce
Topette!! - Rhododendron
Ships in Full Sail/Killavil Jig/Michael Dwyer's
Michael Walsh - Quarehawk
The Shepherd's Daughter
Fay Hield - Looking Glass
Damflask
Nicola Beazley - Echoes
Riddle's Hornpipe/The Circus
Granny's Attic - Wheels of the World
The Charlesworth Hornpipe
False Lights - Salvor
Polka Against the Clock
Blackbeard's Tea Party - Whip Jamboree
Dear Sienna
Aerialists - Dear Sienna Canadian New
The Highwayman Outwitted
Rachael McShane - No Man's Fool
The Recovery & The Red House
Byrony Griffith - Hover
Fair Nottamun Town
Meridian - Prime
January Man
Damien O'Kane - Avenging and Bright
Morgan Rattler
Will Pound - A Cut Above
Trip to Pakistan
Sarah Burnell Band - Return Ticket Canadian
Interactive CKCU
Bill Cameron
Hi Ed, Burns Night show note for Sat Jan 25. The Lobster Buoys with Russell Levia and Bill Cameron, 6-10pm at Royal Oak Beechwood (former location of New Edinburgh Pub). Burns, Scotch, haggis and much more! Cheers, thanks for keepin the music goin on Mighty 93!

12:07 PM, January 19th, 2020
Ed Kingscote (host)
Robbie Burns Day 2020 with Bobby Watt & Ecosse Sunday, January 26, 2020, 16:00 EST at: blacksheep, 763 Chemin Riverside, Wakefield, QC J0X 3G0 https://www.theblacksheepinn.com/ordertickets.asp?p=1266

12:19 PM, January 19th, 2020
Ed Kingscote (host)
Thanks Bill - will give it a mention.

12:19 PM, January 19th, 2020
Liz Smith
Please could you mention this event, thanks! at 310 St Patrick street at Brigid"s well on FEB.1 at 7 pm Join us and special guests Frank Cassidy, Dennis Alexander and Jeff McClintock for some great songs, cracking tunes and a wee dram at St. Brigid's Centre for the Arts as we celebrate St. Brigid and Robbie Burns. 7 pm doors open at 6:30 Tickets are now on sale! $30 - includes a wee dram! Bring your ticket at Brigid's Well on the night of the concert to get a dram of whisky from a selected list. get tickets by calling 613-552-3964 OR by email at : info@ottawacelticchoir.ca

12:43 PM, January 19th, 2020
Colin
Enjoyed the show, Ed.

7:12 PM, January 20th, 2020