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Renaissance Festival Podcast #141  Interview with New Minstrel Revue             

August 24th, 2010               

Music from The Poxy Boggards,  Kerridwynn, The Jolly Rogers, Jed Marum, Merry Mischief, New Minstrel  Revue, New Minstrel Revue, Wicked Tinkers, Vince Conaway, Boogie  Knights, Whirly Jig, Clandestine. www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com Sponsor: Celtic Invasion Vacations

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 Marc Gunns Pub Songs Podcast
 THIS WEEK:

This Pub That We Call Home by The Poxy Boggards
 from Anchor Management

Little Black Fox by Kerridwynn
 from Memories in Thyme

The Queen Fairy by The Jolly Rogers
 from X Marks the Spot

Willie Coleman  Tune Set by Jed Marum
 from Sands of Aberdeen

Shule Aroon by Merry Mischief
 from Just Love Songs

Black Leg Miner by New Minstrel Revue
 from Far and Away FEATURE  New Minstrel Revue
 

The Mingueley Boat Song by New Minstrel Revue
 from Far and Away PROMO  Lets Talk Joss

Last Embers by Wicked Tinkers
 from Rant

The Abbey by Vince Conaway
 from Labyrinth

Leonardo by Boogie Knights
 from Cavalier Attitude

Crooked Jack by Whirly Jig
 from Thing-A-Ma-Jig We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at  music@renaissancefestivalmusic.com. We want to thank everyone who  listens to this podcast, tells their friends, and interacts with us on  our various forums. A very special thanks to those who financially  support the podcast by making donations or through your purchases of  music through renaissancefestivalmusic.com.
 

Breton Tunes by Clandestine
 from Songs from Home 

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