Various Artists – Nua Teorainn (Celtic)


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Tracks: Liz Carroll (Sevens, Michael Kennedy’s, The Cup Of Tea), Old Blind Dogs (Forfar Sodger), Lúnasa (Goodbye Miss Goodavich, Rosie’s Reel), Niamh Parsons (Fear A Bhata), Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill (Martin Rochford’s, Green Gowned Lass), Patrick Street (Stewball And The Monaghan Grey Mare), Kevin Burke (The Butterfly), Reeltime (The Trucks Of Bohermore), Shantalla (Cam Ye O’er Frae France?), Andy M. Stewart (Ramblin’ Irishman), Wolfstone (This Strange Place), Kíla (Tine Lasta), June Tabor (Pharaoh), The House Band (Ris), Celtic Fiddle Festival (Farewell To Ireland).

Highlighting material from Green Linnet’s most important artists and recordings from legendary performers. Included are Irish language upstarts Kíla, Irish supergroup Lúnasa, and the unparalleled voice of Niamh Parsons.

Scotland is represented by Highland rockers Wolfstone and roots revival sensation Old Blind Dogs. Recordings by legendary Celtic ensembles Patrick Street and Celtic Fiddle Festival are featured along with an offering from Silly Wizard singer Andy M. Stewart.

The collection also includes a track from fiddle virtuoso Liz Carroll who performs with Solas members Seamus Egan, Winifred Horan and John Doyle.

Canadian and overseas: not responsible for VAT or any other tariffs and taxes levied.

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Weight 3.2 oz
Dimensions 5 × 5.5 × .25 in


Green Linnet Records


Nua Teorainn



Southern Fried Filk Charity Effort

Filker and actor Michael Liebmann passed away on July 26, 2016, due to complications from surgery. He was a native New Yorker who had lived in New York, in California and finally in Atlanta, Georgia. He was a graduate of California State University with a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Business Administration (Accounting suboption). He worked as a legal secretary. He was also a veteran, having served in the United States Navy from 1979 to 1984.

Additionally, he was instrumental in starting GAFilk, a filking convention in the Atlanta area which has been going on since 1999, and he was known as a vendor of filk and Celtic music at local highland games and Celtic festivals.

Read an interview with him here (click!).

Items sold here have part of their proceeds donated to the American Brain Tumor Association, which has been helping people fight brain cancer since 1973.

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