Words on World Music

Posts Tagged: irish music


Posts Tagged ‘irish music’

Saturday, September 15th, 2012

Listen to the show on the player, here. And now we’re on the cloud, at Mixcloud. Or, of course, at the iTunes store or on terrestrial radio — Celt in a Twist on AM1470 Sundays at 4 pm Pacific Time. But keep listening — and stay in touch! Click on the band names in our playlist to go to their websites. […]

Saturday, June 9th, 2012

Listen to Celt in a Twist on the cloud, at Mixcloud. Or, of course, at the iTunes store or on “real” radio — Celt in a Twist on AM1470 Sundays at 4 pm Pacific Time. But keep listening — and stay in touch! Click on the band names in our playlist to go to their websites. Celt In A Twist […]

Saturday, March 17th, 2012

Why do we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?  Do we wear leeks on our collars to celebrate St. David’s Day? Do we lift a glass of single malt to toast St. Andrew?  No, those gentlemen remain rather anonymous, compared to the industry that is St. Paddy. This week we include a few more Irish tunes in the […]

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

This week host Patricia Fraser reviews our Top Ten for November, which you can find at the worldbeatCanada web site. And Cal Koat has a chat with one of the pickinist musicians around — banjo legend Bela Fleck. We can’t ignore that Christmas is coming — and so is Bela Fleck!  He and the Flecktones […]

Saturday, April 10th, 2010

We managed to pack in even more Celtivity with this week’s show — 13 (count’em) 13 tunes, including some new music that has not even been released!  You’ll hear it here first. Listen to our latest podcast here or we’re also available on our podcast page and the iTunes store for easy download. Or tune […]