Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Gift ideas for Brides

Gifts for brides and moms can be unique and timeless when you look for something with a bit of Celtic flair. The ancient Celts created illustrations of complex interlacing, unending patterns, knots, and animal designs, all interconnected with unbroken lines. They believed that the more these lines interlaced each other..., the greater their protection against eveil. The unbroken lines symbolize infinity.

Look for unique Celtic jewelry from Moonstone Jewelry . Another one of my favorites is Deep Creek Celtic Company . These companies also have specials available to Facebook folks.

Finally, there's my friend Liam's unique jewelry fashioned from shards of vintage Irish china. Check them all out and find something wonderful for the ladies in your life.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Not Elevator Music, But Rather Elevating Music

If you want to find out all things Celtic music, you’ve got to check out The CelticMusicFan’s Weblog. I received a stellar review in this popular online blog--“I have heard most of her songs...and I tell you, this is something that you will not want to miss. This is not elevator music but rather elevating music.”

Read more at Celticmusicfan's Weblog

The Celtic Music Fan blogmaster Jose Rommel “baxter” Labatos first fell in love with Enya’s Watermark album and then he just started collecting anything and everything Celtic music. Baxter created a blog to connect with others who also love Celtic music. The Celtic Music Fan’s Blog, a collection of album reviews and artist interviews, is fast becoming the one stop place to find out what’s new in Celtic music on the Internet.

My CDs are available for purchase online at,, and elsewhere on the Internet. They are also available at retail outlets such as Barnes & Noble and Borders stores. Autographed copies can be purchased at Celtic Harp Music by Anne Roos.

The Musician’s Guide to Brides: How to Make Money Playing Weddings is also available for purchase at Celtic Harp Music by Anne Roos. It’s published by Hal Leonard Books and can also be bought at any book, music or online store, including,, Barnes & Noble, and Borders.