Two St. Patrick's Day Podcast Features Featuring Over Two Hours of Free Celtic Music

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The Irish and Celtic Music Podcast produced by award-winning musician Marc Gunn, will feature over two hours of independently produced Celtic music for St. Patrick's Day. Available for download on March 11th and 16th, the podcast offers St. Patrick's Day partiers a fresh option for music through a free and downloadable radio show.

The Irish and Celtic Music Podcast produced by award-winning musician Marc Gunn, will feature over two hours of independently produced Celtic music for St. Patrick's Day. Available for download on March 11th and 16th, the podcast offers St. Patrick's Day partiers a fresh option for music through a free and downloadable radio show.

"The podcast lets me introduce people to great Celtic performers and music that's sometimes hard to find, even online," said Gunn. "Some of this music will be brand new to many people, and they'll love it. This is not your father's 'Danny Boy.' It's a joy to bring it to folks, especially on St. Pat's," said Gunn.

St. Patrick's Day is also Gunn's birthday.

Featuring non-traditional as well as traditional Irish and Celtic music, the podcast has introduced such performers as Heather Dale, Emerald Rose, FIMM and MacTalla Mor to audiences in the US. "You'll hear every style of Celtic music you can possibly imagine from totally traditional Irish music to bagpipes, Celtic folk songs to Celtic rock," said Gunn.

Available at http://www.celticmusicpodcast.com/, the irish and Celtic Music podcast is one of iTunes most highly-rated shows.

Marc Gunn is available for interview, and can recommend Irish and Celtic music to readers and listeners for St. Patrick's Day. Call (512) 470-4866 for more information or to schedule an interview.

A member of the Austin-based, award-winning Celtic music duo the Brobdingnagian Bards, Marc Gunn is a podcasting pioneer, autoharper, singer and writer. For more information, go to http://www.marcgunn.com/.

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