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Renaissance Festival Podcast #102
« on: December 07, 2008, 11:20:22 PM »
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Kristen Roger

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Marc Gunn

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Wednesday, December 07, 2008
 
Renaissance Festival Podcast #102

      Music from Wild Mountain Thyme, The Rogues, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Silent Lion, Kindred Spirits, Coyote Run, The BorderCollies, Marc Gunn, Jim Hancock, Merry Mischief, and Emerald Rose.

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Notes:
- Vote in the MUSICAL CHALLENGE
- Vote in the 4th Annual Renaissance Festival Awards.
- RenPerformers.
- Fugli has been featured in a podcast with information about the music of the Reformation and Renaissance, along with two period songs. Find more information at http://thekingdomcome.com/.

- Download this week's podcast.
Music 

*Wild Mountain Thyme, “Little Drummer Girl” from Scotland’s Depraved 

*The Rogues, “Bagpipes on Borbon Street” from Roguetrip 

*The Merry Wives of Windsor, “I Live to Give My Husband Grief” from Our Revels Now Begin 

*Silent Lion, “The Good Marrow” from Into the Medieval World   

*Kindred Spirits, “The Star of the County  Down” from Dispelling All Woes 

Special Feature – Coyote Run Interview and New Music 

 

*Interview with David Doersch of Coyote Run 

*Coyote Run, “Finnean’s Dance” from Between Wick and Flame 

*Coyote Run, “Blackbird” from Between Wick and Flame 

If you’d like to do an interview for the podcast, contact Joe Haydu.   

*The BorderCollies, “The Storm – Tam Linn” from The Road from Swannanoa 

*Marc Gunn, “The Bonnie Ship the Diamond” from Going for Brogue 

*Jim Hancock, “Sailor’s Hornpipe” from Rolling Home 

*Merry Mischief, “Strike The Bell” from Scallywags 

- We want your comments and suggestions. Email us at music@renaissancefestivalmusic.com with REN FEST PODCAST in the subject line.     

- We want to thank everyone who listens to this podcast and tells their friends. Thanks to those you email us and to those who post in our message board at RenaissanceFestival dot com. And a special thanks to those who financially support the podcast by making donations or through your purchases in the Renaissance Festival Podcast Music Store at CDBaby.   

- Special thanks John B. for maintaining the myspace page, RenaissanceFestival.com and ModernBard.org.

- The Renaissance Festival Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn, Kristen Roger, and Joe Haydu. If you like what you heard today, visit our shownotes at www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com and find out more about the artists who make the music happen. Show your support by telling your friends of the great music you found. 

Music Challenge 

In every podcast, we showcase the top five songs from last week’s podcast. Be sure to vote for your favorite song.  

 

The Top 5           5 Gutterpups, “John Riley”
4 The Whiskey Bards, “Cold October Wind”
3 CrossRogues, “Evening Mist”
2 Coeur de Lion, “Far Scry”

1 Emerald Rose, “Donald McGillivray” from Celtic Crescent

Marc Gunn with Lorella Loftus reading “The Faire is Over”
     
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