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Sed muy bienvenidos a este decimotercer podcast que Arturo Losada nos locuta para exponer y presentar las oscuras bambalinas del rol. Todo tipo de temas que quizá no te hayas parado a pensar y que son muy pero que muy interesantes. Hoy nos hablará junto a Isaac Rizzibukki sobre la aventura para la Llamada de Cthulhu «La reputación del señor Castiñeira», una gran aventura ambientada en la España de los años 80. De Juan Vera 'Sr. Perro'. Isaac ha dirigido «La reputación del señor Castiñeira» en nuestro canal de Youtube. Como complemento a este episodio, también os recomendamos la charla con Sr. Perro, analizando Castiñeira en el canal de Mansalva de Rol. Music from #Uppbeat: Bring the fun by Andrey RossiLicense code: NNZ8L4LYO2DXC9NA lazer-beam de matrika música inicial License code: MQXDEO1QMRPPXTCT
Nebelblau ist der abschließende Teil der Eira-Sjödon Trilogie und schließt diese Reihe würdig ab. Eira versucht, einen alten Fall zu lösen – denn die im Wasser gefundene Leiche ist schon vor längerer Zeit gestorben. „Nebelblau“ bildet eine perfekte Klammer, in der alle Fäden zusammenlaufen und in der man Eiras Geschichte nochmal in einem ganz anderen … „2271: Tove Alsterdal – Nebelblau“ weiterlesen
Tune in to this very last Q&A about Spirit Box Radio with creator Eira Major, where he talks about the ups and downs of making a show almost entirely on your own, the knock-on effects of confidence problems, and the things about the show which have made him feel the proudest. There's also a lot of laughter about not being about to judge time, and plenty of cat chat, too!This episode DOES contain spoilers for Spirit Box Radio. To support Twelvelms, go here: https://twelvelms.com/secret-perks/Or here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-twelvelms-conspiracy-a-fantasy-audio-drama/x/26066738#/Content Warnings: Discussion of mental health issuesDiscussions of grief Get episodes one day early with Patreon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hey folks! I hope you enjoy this recording of Will, Billy, Jessie and I reading a draft of the first episode of Season Three.Twelvelms is a new fantasy mystery audio drama blending dark academia with familiar magical school settings, weaving together folklore and climate consciousness. There's already a website full of lore and worldbuilding for you to explore: https://twelvelms.com/Secret rewards for the Twelvelms Conspiracy can be found here: https://twelvelms.com/secret-perks/ Get episodes one day early with Patreon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tove AsterdahlShow NotesOn today's episode, we visit Sweden and talk to the author Tove Asterdahl about her book “You WillNever Be Found” which was published by Harper.In the small mining town of Malmberget, north of the Arctic Circle, residents and their houses are beingrelocated. As the mine that built the town slowly swallows it street by street, building by building, thememories of the community have collapsed into the huge pit they call “the hole.” Only a few stubbornsouls cling to their homes, refusing to leave. When two workers making their final preparations hear asound coming from a basement, they break a cellar window and find a terrified man curled up in acorner.In Ådalen, 700 kilometers away, police officer Eira Sjödin is investigating the disappearance of a manreported missing by his ex-wife. Eira and her colleagues search his apartment, contact his friends andrelatives, and query local hospitals, but the man has vanished without a trace.Eira knows the pain of loss—she mourns for her mother, whose mind has been stolen by dementia. Toescape her loneliness and her memories, Eira loses herself in a casual affair. But she's whollyunprepared when her feelings deepen for GG, who is twenty years her senior–and her boss.When the diligent GG doesn't show up for work two days in a row, Eira and her colleagues quicklyrealize that something is wrong—their boss has gone missing. In the dramatic second installment of theHigh Coast Series, Eira Sjödin finds herself at the mercy of an elusive perpetrator—and of a love shecan no longer deny.TRIVIALast week's question was:We all know and love Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher is the series Murder She Wrote. Her agent atthe time advised her to accept a role in a sitcom instead of this series but she (wisely) chose thisinstead. Who is the other actress producers had chosen for the part?a. Bea Arthurb. Victoria Principalc. Jean Stapletond. Goldie HawnThe answer is c. Jean Stapelton. In 1983, Lansbury was offered two main television roles, one in asitcom and the other in a detective drama series, Murder, She Wrote. As she was unable to do both, heragents advised her to accept the former, although Lansbury chose the latter. Her decision was based onthe appeal of the series' central character, Jessica Fletcher, a retired school teacher from the fictionaltown of Cabot Cove, Maine. As portrayed by Lansbury, Fletcher was a successful detective novelist whoalso solved murders encountered during her travels. Lansbury described the character as "an AmericanMiss Marple".Murder, She Wrote had been created by Peter S. Fischer, Richard Levinson, and William Link, who hadearlier had success with Columbo, and the role of Fletcher had been first offered to Jean Stapleton, whohad declined itThis week's question is:Which mystery author also writes under the pen name of Tom Johanson?a. Steig Larsonb. Jo Nesboc. Peter Hoegd. Gunnar StaalesenTune in next week for the answer
Financiado pela Câmara Municipal de Leiria, no centro de Portugal, o projeto “Gigando na Melhor Idade” tem feito sucesso entre os residentes de um lar de idosos da cidade. A ideia partiu do paraibano Jimmy Almeida, que pratica capoeira há 28 anos. Fábia Belém, correspondente da RFI em PortugalSegunda-feira é dia de capoeira no lar de idosos Eira da Torre, localizado em Leiria, a cerca de 150 quilômetros de Lisboa. As aulas começaram há quatro meses e têm melhorado a saúde física e mental dos idosos. Quem financia é a câmara municipal da cidade, que tem funções parecidas com as das prefeituras brasileiras, mas a ideia partiu do capoeirista paraibano Jimmy Almeida, também conhecido como “Mestre Papagaio”. Natural de João Pessoa (PB), Jimmy vive em Portugal desde 2000 e pratica capoeira há 28 anos. Foi no Brasil, com o “Mestre Naldinho”, que adaptava capoeira a crianças com síndrome de Down, que Jimmy percebeu que a prática também poderia ser “um veículo de inclusão, e que qualquer tipo de dificuldade poderia ser ultrapassado com a capoeira”, garante.As aulas têm duração de 45 minutos e começam sempre com canções tradicionais de capoeira. “Ensinamos uma música nova e eles respondem em coro. Há sempre uma troca de brincadeiras, porque eles não passam sem isso”, conta Jimmy. Quanto à parte prática,“a gente adapta muito para a situação [dos idosos]”, observa, já que 85% deles se mantêm sentados durante todo o tempo, em razão da dificuldade de mobilidade.“Fazendo a ginga”O mestre explica que não costuma realizar “um grande alongamento com os idosos” por não haver necessidade. Segundo Jimmy, os próprios movimentos da capoeira já alongam o corpo. Um deles é a ginga, "que é a base de tudo”, diz o professor. Essa é, aliás, a primeira lição que se aprende.“Fazemos a ginga da parte superior: dos braços. Então, o idoso vai colocar um braço na frente do rosto e o outro braço de lado [esticado]. Ao tentar esticar o outro braço na altura do ombro, ele já está alongando o ombro. O trabalho de ginga é trocar isso de um lado para o outro”, detalha.Dono de uma academia de capoeira, em Leiria, Jimmy reforça que o importante é conseguir que os idosos participem “fazendo a ginga da maneira deles, da maneira que o corpo deles permite que eles façam capoeira". Segundo o professor, "depois, vêm os alongamentos e o fortalecimento muscular”. Emília Barbosa tem 88 anos e conta à RFI que aprendeu a gingar só com os braços, devido à impossibilidade de mexer as pernas. “Mas faço, é muito bom”, diz com satisfação. Aos 79 anos, Dionilde Ferreira gostaria de “pôr as pernas ao ar”, como faz o "Mestre Papagaio", “mas isso nós não podemos, infelizmente”, lamenta, sem perder o bom humor. No começo do projeto, muitos dos 64 residentes não demonstravam interesse pela nova atividade, de acordo com Jimmy. Mas, atualmente, “90% deles participam do projeto”, comemora o professor. Para Margarida Feliciano, animadora sociocultural do lar, isso também foi possível porque o capoeirista brasileiro cativou os idosos, “conseguiu tocar-lhes no coração”.Emília, por exemplo, fica ansiosa aguardando a chegada das segundas-feiras. “Tô sempre à espera. Estamos todos. Quem gosta, está à espera. Eu adoro o professor Papagaio”, diz.Bem-estar geralOs residentes do Lar Eira da Torre têm conhecido os benefícios da capoeira: melhoria do desempenho físico, da coordenação motora, da concentração e muito mais. “A arte da capoeira tem esse poder”, celebra o mestre.Dionilde confirma: “fico mais bem disposta e contente. É um dia diferente”.Pelo que tem observado, a animadora sociocultural assegura que as aulas de capoeira têm promovido bem-estar geral. “Eu noto, essencialmente, muita alegria, boa disposição, até uma melhor interação entre uns e outros, que é de extrema importância. É um projeto que tem asas para voar e que irá fazer muito bem à nossa população, que é maioritariamente envelhecida, e que precisa desta motivação. Realmente, é uma experiência muito positiva que todos deviam experimentar”, frisa Margarida.“Orgulhosos pelo trabalho que fazem”Jimmy ministra todas as aulas com a ajuda da esposa, a capoeirista Joana Palhas, a “Professora Beringela”, como também é chamada. Ela conta que a utilização de instrumentos como berimbau, pandeiro, agogô e reco-reco também tem sido importante para o trabalho com os idosos.“Alguns não têm muita mobilidade com a mão, por exemplo, mas só [de] agarrarem no instrumento e balançarem quando conseguem, já é ótimo. Eles próprios se sentem orgulhosos pelo trabalho que fazem, o pouquinho que fazem”, lembra.“Isso é mais um presente que a capoeira me deu. É muito positivo, é muito gratificante”, reforça Jimmy. Por enquanto, apenas o Eira da Torre está acolhendo projeto, embora o "Mestre Papagaio" e a "Professora Beringela" tenham disponibilidade para levá-lo a outros lares, “desde que a gente consiga patrocinadores que consigam apoiá-lo”, avisa Jimmy.
GRP 176-It is better to be on the move than being still: A Conversation with Sandra Eira A Sami Native At War In Ukraine Sandra Eira, a Norweigan Sami native and volunteer of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, is my guest for this week's podcast. She worked as a fisherman in the Barents Sea for ten years which is among the most dangerous professions in the world, before serving on the Sami Parliament in northern Norway. During her four years in the Parliament, she studied for a career as a health professional. After Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, she immediately traveled to Kyiv to join the fight. Upon arrival, her team was sent to Moshun to halt the Russian advance toward Kyiv. In the ensuing chaos, she was separated from her unit and believed them to be killed during the heavy fighting. This resulted in her being the only medic in a mass casualty situation. After successfully repelling the Russian advance, she reunited with her unit, and they traveled to the southern front. Her team consists of former American Special Operators giving them a wide range of skills and allowing them to rotate in and out of different battles. We discussed their roles, including time spent in Bakhmut, the difficulty of pausing your life to go to war, and much more. Tune in. Sami Tribe Working as a fisherman for ten years in the Barents Sea Serving in the Sami Parliament for four years Fighting in the battle of Moshun Serving in the southern front Serving in Bakhmut Follow Sandra on all social platforms @dirtydozeneira This episode is sponsored by 4 Patriots, a survival food company. You can visit www.4patriots.com and use the code RECON for 10% off. Connect With John Hendricks www.globalrecon.net www.instagram.com/igrecon Music provided by Caspian: www.caspian.band Main Takeaways --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/globalrecon/support
Välkommen till ett nytt avsnitt av vår spännande podcast, där vi utforskar den mystiska världen av häxor och demoner. I dag har vi en mycket speciell gäst - Eira, en häxa med en fascinerande bakgrundshistoria.Eira var en gång en kristen, men hon hittade inte riktigt den där sanna tron. I detta avsnitt kommer Eira att dela med sig av sina erfarenheter och insikter om demonologi, samt ge oss en inblick i hur det är att vara en häxa.Vi kommer att utforska hur Eira mötte en demon och hur hon förstod att hon hade en annan kallelse än den kristna tron. Vi kommer också att tala om demonologi och de olika aspekterna av det, inklusive hur man skyddar sig från demoniska krafter.Dessutom kommer vi att diskutera hur det är att vara en häxa i dagens samhälle och hur man kan hantera fördomar och stigmatisering. Eira spår även Oscar & Fredriks podcast ett år framöver.Så slå på dina hörlurar och följ med oss när vi utforskar den fascinerande världen av häxor och demoner med vår speciella gäst Eira. Det här avsnittet kommer att bli en spännande resa du inte vill missa!
This week on On the Rocks, all that glitters is not gold - it's diamonds! Host Emily King sits down for a chat with Eira Thomas, the President and CEO of Lucara Diamond to discuss diamond 101, Eira's journey into the diamond mining industry, and much more! Diamonds have always been a valuable commodity, not only because of their high monetary value but also because of the sentiment attached to them. Today, there are fewer than 25 active diamond mines in the world, and investing in diamonds can be a great way to get started investing in mining. What makes a diamond though? Diamonds are made of carbon and formed deep within the earth's mantle over millions of years. Kimberlite pipes then bring the diamonds to the earth's surface through volcanic eruptions. Diamonds are the hardest known naturally occurring substance on Earth, with a hardness of 10 on the Mohs scale. Fun fact - the word “diamond” comes from the Greek word “adamas”, which means “unconquerable” or “indestructible”! Eira and Emily discuss industrial versus gem quality diamonds, and how processing and sorting methods are changing and evolving with new technologies. Lucara has been working to create better alignment along the diamond value chain, and providing a secure, online marketplace called Clara for consumers to buy diamonds directly. This innovative approach connects with ESG by providing consumers with assurance of diamond provenance, allowing companies to work directly with communities to understand their needs and ambitions. “Every mining company wants to do the right thing at the end of the day, and create benefits that are lasting for the communities in which they operate, but the most important thing is to understand what their priorities are and to work with those communities to find ways to meet those needs and priorities.” Lucara is not only working with their local communities in Botswana, but also recently worked with a woman-led jewelry company, Shiffon, to bring ethically sourced diamonds to their newest jewelry line which celebrates the Women's Tennis Association and 50 years pay parity in women's sports! Dig in to the full episode below to learn more!
It's been a crazy week trying to get Mr. Gray and Philly V in the same room at the same time, but we don't want you to miss this great interview with the new president of the Iowa City Ducks, Joel Horne. He fills us in on his rugby story along with his plans to help push the Ducks forward. Mr. Gray then has updates with the Iowa Rugby Union Annual Grand Meeting in Iowa City is postponed, Kelsie McDowell is leading the EIRA girls at the Los Angeles 7s Invitational, and a quick and uninformed preview of Week 1 for the Major League Rugby season which starts tonight on The Rugby Network!
Andrew is joined with Eira from the Discord Community to announce the Community Anime Awards for 2022! Tips: https://streamelements.com/otakuspirit/tip Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/OtakuSpirit Merch: https://otaku-spirit.creator-spring.com/ YouTube: https://youtube.com/otakuspirit Discord: https://discord.com/invite/rF8JKFCscT OSMusic: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5aQWhNSReEJN27iO8xTIEQ Website: https://OtakuSpirit.com
Normally, when we're recording, it takes us AGES to actually get to the point. In fact, our last recording was an hour long - and the episode you guys heard was maybe 20 minutes. So we thought it would be fun to give you guys a little behind the scenes footage and let you know what we sound like when we're not podcasting - from Vicky's various TikToks of hot men to Eira's 5 different existential crises, we do it all!As always, see you in two weeks, and follow socials below!Find us at:Website: pagebreak.simplecast.comTiktok - PagebreakpodcastInstagram - pagebreakpodcastEmail - firstname.lastname@example.orgTune in in two weeks!! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Yogurt seems to have a mind of its own. It always manages to get on your shirt, and occasionally in your eye. Did you know, yogurt contains live and active cultures? By now, I'm sure you've realized that in The Torah Sparks Podcast, we learn life lessons from everything and anything. Even exploding yogurt? Especially exploding yogurt.In this week's podcast, we discuss exploding yogurt and how it teaches us an important lesson about our souls and our ability to become the greatest version of ourselves. Also, in this week's episode, we feature a special guest, but as to not embarrass him, he asked that we only use his initials: A. I. I think you're going to enjoy this episode :)Check out the Torah Sparks website at https://www.torahsparks.com/ for the latest podcasts and weekly blog posts.If you enjoy this content, please share with your friends, family, and neighbors. Be sure to leave a rating and write a review!NEW: Please subscribe to my new YouTube Channel (Rabbi Ori Strum) where I'll be posting meaningful videos: https://www.youtube.com/@RabbiOriStrumThis week's podcast is available to WATCH on YouTube (see above channel)My book "Ready. Set. Grow." is available at your local Seforim store, or it can be ordered online at: https://mosaicapress.com/product/ready-set-grow/Have a wonderful week!#jew #jewish #podcast #frum #rabbi #frumpodcast #inspiration #torah #mitzvah #hashem #jewishpodcast #israel #exodus #parsha #oristrum #torahsparks #readysetgrow #meaningfulminute #growthmindset #motivational #lifelessons #chatgpt #artificialintelligence
DISCUSSION POINTS:How is God's name pronounced? (There is a way to pronounce it, but it takes practice!)Did God violate Pharaoh's free will by hardening his heart?What was so unique about the seventh plague? How did it include ALL the plagues?Pharaoh enslaved Israel by making them produce bricks. God wants us to work in stone instead. But what's the difference?When God brought judgment against Egypt, what was He actually bringing judgment against? For more teachings by Grant Luton (and to print the notes), visit our website: https://www.TorahTodayMinistries.org And when you visit, be sure to subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter, which will keep you up to date with news, photos, and upcoming events at Torah Today Ministries.
The title of this portion - Va'eira - means "and I appeared." But why did God's appearances decrease over the generations of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob? And what does the seventh plague - hail & fire - have to do with Ezekiel's vision of God's chariot? Or the piles of dead frogs with Joseph's gathering of grain? Or the Egyptian magicians with Korach's rebellion? All of these connections (and more) are found in the Hebrew that underlies these amazing stories. Come on an adventure as we explore the spiritual "hyperlinks" embedded in the Hebrew of the Torah. For more teachings by Grant Luton (and to print the notes), visit our website: https://www.TorahTodayMinistries.org And when you visit, be sure to subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter, which will keep you up to date with news, photos, and upcoming events at Torah Today Ministries.
This week's episode features Lucara Diamond president and CEO Eira Thomas in conversation with Northern Miner podcast host Adrian Pocobelli at the Canadian Mining Symposium in London, England. Eira discussed the latest developments in the diamond market, including the increasing importance of ESG and provenance in the diamond industry, which countries buy the most diamonds, and how the war in Ukraine has changed the diamond industry. All this and more with host Adrian Pocobelli. Music Credits: “Rattlesnake Railroad”, “Big Western Sky”, “Western Adventure” and “Battle on the Western Frontier” by Brett Van Donsel (www.incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Listen to the audio liner notes from several musicians on the Irish & Celtic music Podcast #585. Willowgreen, Poitin, Amelia Hogan, Kinnfolk, Boston Blackthorne, Téada, Barrenhart, Altan, Brad Tuck, Lúnasa, Sue Spencer, Marc Gunn, Enda Reilly, The Chivalrous Crickets GET CELTIC MUSIC NEWS IN YOUR INBOX The Celtic Music Magazine is a quick and easy way to plug yourself into more great Celtic culture. Subscribe and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free. THIS WEEK IN CELTIC MUSIC 0:06 - WELCOME 1:16 - WILLOWGREEN - A PIRATE HIDEOUT Willowgreen performs traditional, contemporary and original music from Ireland, Newfoundland, Scotland, Canada, U.S.A. and the rest of the Celtic music world. Their signature vocal style combined with instrumentation including harp, hammered dulcimer, bodhrán, guitars, button accordion, whistles and mandolin appeals to audiences of all ages. Jim Ofsthun bio: Jim is an original member of Willowgreen, and a talented vocalist and instrumentalist with international performances on Irish bodhrán, guitar, button accordion, and whistles. He is also a member of McInnis' Kitchen, and of Eira. He has family connections to the music through Ireland and Newfoundland, and is considered one of the top producers in Irish music in the Midwest. 4:37 - Willowgreen “Crocker's Cove Reel” from Willowgreen 7:34 - POITIN Poitín are an award-winning traditional Celtic band from Pilsen in the Czech Republic. They explore all forms of Celtic music but are firmly grounded in the pub session tradition and like nothing better than sitting round a table in the corner of a cosy pub playing old favourites about tarry sailors, merry maids and drunken nights. Poitín have performed at festivals across Europe in Italy, France, Poland, Denmark, Germany and the Czech Republic. As the album says, it's 'one for the road', to go with you and keep you company in your car or on your bike, and this Celtic world music will take you from Ireland to Argentina, from England to Egypt, from Brittany to the Czech Republic and beyond. 15:44 - Poitin “Claudy Banks” from One For the Road 17:58 - AMELIA HOGAN - TAKING FLIGHT Amelia Hogan is an impeccably authentic singer of Celtic music and her heart comes through in honeyed tones on Irish, Scottish, British, and American styled vocals. She sings in the Irish music tradition of Sean-Nós, or “old style” as well as accompanied. Amelia also plays bodhran and a small 22 string Welsh lap harp, and tours internationally to global acclaim. Amelia Hogan sings both traditional and contemporary folk music with lilting graces and subtlety. She'll weave a mysterious old magic that takes the listener out of time and place. She transports audiences with haunting melodies, holding them close, and stirs ancient spirits with an evocative storytelling presence. 24:07 - Amelia Hogan “Taking Flight” from Taking Flight 26:19 - FEEDBACK 28:24 - KINNFOLK Josh and Julie Kinn weave bouzouki, bodhran, and smooth vocal harmonies in their Celtic folk music from the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Kinnfolk have played at festivals and listening rooms throughout Virginia and beyond. In 2021, Kinnfolk was one of 10 bands--representing 10 countries from across the globe--selected to be part of the inaugural Robinson Emerging Artist Showcase hosted by the Goderich Celtic Roots Festival. As their notoriety has expanded worldwide, their music has been featured on podcasts and radio programs across the globe. 39:51 - Kinnfolk “The Hat Song” from The Knotted Circle 45:15 - BOSTON BLACKTHORNE - FISHING Boston Blackthorne has been performing with the same core members for over 25 years. Their sound is a unique blend of traditional Celtic and Americana in a driving format - more rock than the Clancy Brothers, more folk than the Dropkick Murphys - while sharing some of the traditional repertoires of both. They are proud of their deep songwriting bench - the original songs of Boston Blackthorne have won several national and international songwriting competitions including first place in the International Narrative Songwriting competition and honorable mention in the International Songwriting Competition. The band's sound is centered around powerful vocal harmonies and lead vocals shared by several of the members. Between the 5 core members instrumentation includes fiddle, 4&5 string banjo, harmonica, 6&12 string guitars, mandolin, bouzouki, bass and drums 50:26 - Boston Blackthorne “Fishing over the Lusi” from Single 54:40 - ALTAN - FAVORITE SONG OF MAIRÉAD NÍ MHAONAIGH You can hear more stories by the Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh on show #580. Altan are an Irish folk music band formed in County Donegal in 1987 by lead vocalist Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh and her husband Frankie Kennedy. The group were primarily influenced by traditional Irish language songs from Donegal and have sold over a million records. The group were the first traditional Irish group to be signed to a major label when they signed with Virgin Records in 1994. The group has collaborated with Dolly Parton, Enya, The Chieftains, Bonnie Raitt, Alison Krauss, and many others. 57:29 - Altan “An Mhaighdean Mhara” from Island Angel 1:00:17 - ARE YOU FOLLOWING THE IRISH & CELTIC MUSIC: BEST OF 2022 PLAYLIST? ATLANTA IRISH DANCE BY BURKE AND CONNOLLY Earlier this year, I wanted to learn more about Irish dance. I contacted one of the co-founders of Atlanta Irish Dance by Burke and Connolly. Emma Burke is a certified Irish dance teacher and internationally certified Irish dance adjudicator, which allows her to judge Irish dance competitions world wide. During her Irish dancing career, she competed all over the world, winning titles throughout. Atlanta Irish Dance is the Premiere Irish Dance Academy in Georgia and one of the top Irish Dance Companies in the United States. They have an exciting performance based program run through their 501c3, in which they produce lively crowd-pleasing performances for crowds across Atlanta. Their dancers and teams are ranked 1st in the Region, 2nd in North America, and among the top 10 in the World. We talked a little about their Feis they do each year and Irish dance costumes. I'll break that up with some dance tunes. Feis vs Feisana from Atlanta Irish Dance 1:04:11 - Téada “Jigs - The Women of Monaghan / Nancy Hynes' / Tap the Barrel” from Coiscéim Coiligh / As the Days Brighten 1:08:13 - COSTUMING WITH IRISH DANCE 1:14:31 - Barrenhart “Haste To The Wedding/Drowsy Maggie/Harvest Home” from Celtic Grass 1:16:10 - THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST 1:17:10 - BRAD TUCK - THE RED VIOLIN Born in Hant's Harbour, Newfoundland, Brad developed a love for music early in his life. Residing in St. John's, Brad is the drummer for a staple of the traditional Newfoundland music scene, Shanneyganock, and began a solo career in 2018 with the release of his first album "On These Waters". Brad was nominated for Traditional Artist of the Year at the 2018 & 2022 MusicNL Awards, and has released three full length albums, one EP and two Christmas singles. 1:20:14 - Brad Tuck “The Red Violin” from Stages Colin Farrell of Lunasa told a story back in show #579. 1:25:15 - LUNASA - THREE REELS Lúnasa is a traditional Irish music group, named after Lughnasadh, an ancient harvest festival. They tour and perform internationally, and have recorded a number of albums of both traditional and contemporary Irish instrumental music. 1:27:06 - Lúnasa “Morning Nightcap = McLeod's Farewell/Morning Nightcap/The Malbay Shuffle” from The Story So Far 1:31:17 - SUE SPENCER - MUSIC UNDER THE STARS Sue grew up singing Newfoundland and Irish folk songs with her family, and comes by her Irish roots through Newfoundland. Her driving guitar style and signature smile will lift your spirits. Sue has been nominated multiple times for the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council Hall of Honour Award. She also performs internationally as part of Willowgreen and McInnis' Kitchen. 1:34:43 - Sue Spencer “Tickle Cove Pond” from North Shore 1:38:59 - CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS 1:39:32 - MARC GUNN John Sharkey White II requested my version of “Peggy Gordon” in the last episode of the podcast. Obviously, I am the host of this podcast. But I'm gonna read my current bio on my website like I've done with others. Marc Gunn is a Rhythm & Folk songwriter who fuses Irish and Scottish folk songs with pop culture. One brewery called it Sci F'Irish music. His musical weapon of choice is the autoharp. He breathes acoustic Rock and Roll into this folk instrument and adds a bellowing taste of rhythm & blues. Gunn found musical inspiration performing Irish drinking songs. He learned the art of performing at Renaissance faires and from his childhood idol, Elvis Presley, who said, “You've got to put on a show to draw a crowd.” His concerts are fun filled with sing along songs that get the audience's feet tapping. And now for my song… I first heard the song “Peggy Gordon” from a cassette of Irish Drinking Songs I found at Half-Price Books in Austin, Texas. I learned most of my early Irish song repertoire from that album, songs like “Whiskey in the Jar”, “Big Strong Man, “Wild Rover”, “Bog Down in the Valley” and lots more. Their version of “Peggy Gordon” was short, but memorable. I played it on and off for many years. I remember singing it at a pub in Switzerland when I met Heidi and Stef of the Celtic band Bow Triplets. In July 2009, I met my future wife, Gwen, while touring in Virginia. We had this whirlwind romance and began talking on the phone every day and went to see each other as much as possible even while I was out on tour. I was completely mesmerized by her. A few weeks later, I was back in Austin. I was scheduled to record my next studio album with Rich Brotherton. He's an incredible engineer and had done some brilliant work for Ed Miller and lots of top-notch artists in Texas. I was having trouble singing the song. I was pitchy and my voice lacked any real emotion. The lyrics have this great feeling of love and longing. Which is exactly the feeling I was having with Gwen so far away. And so… I closed my eyes, focused on Gwen, and sang. To this day, I still tell people it is one of my best recordings. Because I feel like I nailed it. And then to top it off, Rich Brotherton added some absolutely beautiful guitar work, as he did throughout that album. It is definitely one of my warmest and lushest and best-produced albums. 1:42:07 - Marc Gunn “Peggy Gordon” from The Bridge 1:46:26 - ENDA REILLY Enda Reilly is a folk singer, songwriter and guitarist from Dublin, Ireland. Firmly rooted in the Irish tradition with songs that strive for a better future, Enda Reilly's work invites you to see the world from his varied and unique perspective through each new song and project. From busking on Grafton Street to the National Concert Hall, Enda has performed on countless stages in his hometown of Dublin and beyond. 1:50:46 - Enda Reilly “Christmas True” from Christmas Is With Us 1:54:07 - CLOSING 1:54:22 - THE CHIVALROUS CRICKETS – LORD OF MISRULE The Crickets explore the roots, branches and crossroads of Celtic and English folk and American Old Time music. With equal attention to exhilarating performances and academic rigor, they bring to the stage boldly reimagined arrangements of standards and originals with traditional influence. With a particular focus on song repertoire, they're known for their rich vocal harmonies and fascinating textural blends incorporating over 15 instruments, both modern and ancient. They're a family band comprising two sisters, two couples and childhood friends. Four of their members are full-time classical musicians as well. 2:02:23 - The Chivalrous Crickets “The Lord of Misrule” from A Chivalrous Christmas The Irish & Celtic Music Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. The show was edited by Mitchell Petersen with Graphics by Miranda Nelson Designs. The show is supported by our Patrons of the Podcast on Patreon. Subscribe to get bonus podcasts and vote in the Celtic Top 20. Visit our website to subscribe to the podcast. You'll find links to all of the artists played in this episode. You'll get access to our Best of this Year Playlist. You can subscribe to our Celtic Music Magazine and get 34 Celtic MP3s for Free plus, you'll get 7 weekly news items about what's happening with Celtic music and culture online. And best of all, you will connect with your Celtic heritage. Finally, please tell one friend about this podcast. 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It's sort of like the Liner Notes behind some of their songs. Much like what I do on my Pub Songs & Stories podcast. I'm excited to share this nice bunch of stories as we finish up 2022. If you're in a Celtic band and would like to talk about a song or tune that you play, drop me a line. I'll get you instructions and I'll get you on the show next year. ARE YOU FOLLOWING THE IRISH & CELTIC MUSIC: BEST OF 2022 PLAYLIST? Every week this year, Miranda and I compiled the latest Celtic Top 20 votes. We updated a playlist on Spotify, Amazon Music, and YouTube. These are all of the top voted tracks of the year. And so it's a pretty fantastic playlist that will stick around. We have a new playlist coming in 2023. Again, all due to your voting. You can help these artists out by following the playlists and adding tracks you love to your playlists. Subscribe to our newsletter to find out who was added this week. Listen on Spotify, Amazon Music, and YouTube. THANK YOU PATRONS OF THE PODCAST! 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TRAVEL WITH CELTIC INVASION VACATIONS Every year, I take a small group of Celtic music fans on the relaxing adventure of a lifetime. We don't see everything. Instead, we stay in one area. We get to know the region through its culture, history, and legends. You can join us with an auditory and visual adventure through podcasts and videos. In 2023, we're going on a Celtic Invasion of County Mayo in Ireland. We're gonna explore the area and get to know Grace O'Malley, the Pirate Queen. Learn more about the invasion at http://celticinvasion.com/ #celticmusic #irishmusic #celticmusicpodcast I WANT YOUR FEEDBACK What are you doing today while listening to the podcast? You can send a written comment along with a picture of what you're doing while listening. Email a voicemail message to email@example.com When you make a per-episode pledge on Patreon, I plan to charge 4 episodes per month. But sometimes I forget. Other times, I charge for the show on the wrong date like I did this past month. 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