Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Celtic Roots Radio Podcast #09--"Root 'n' Troot Supper, Hey!"

Raymond McCullough, host of the Celtic Roots Radio podcast, included the popular tune "Considine's Grove", from Anne Roos' A Light in the Forest CD, on his September 4, 2009 episode. He called this episode "Root 'n' Troot Supper, Hey!". What does this saying mean? "Fish 'n' chips" in the North Antrim County lingo.

This podcast originates from Belfast, Northern Ireland, and offers the listener more than just music. McCullough explains some of the common terms used in Northern Ireland, along with descriptions of what life is like in that part of the world. Of course, the music is the star of his podcast, spanning a broad spectrum of Celtic folk, folk/rock, Applachian, bluegrass, Scottish, Irish, Breton, and Cajun music. As McCullough declares at his website, "If you enjoy Celtic, roots, or acoustic music, you'll find it here on Celtic Roots Radio."

Enjoy this Podcast and listen to some of Anne's other tunes on the Celtic Roots Radio Live365 station. Then Sample Anne's CDs, too.

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