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I Am A Nerd by Danny Birt from Songs of My People

Give the Land Back to the Trolls by Joni Minstrel from Joni Minstrel & The Revolution Against Monarchs

Hey-Ho, to Be a Pirate by Marc Gunn from Dragons Vs Pirates

Do Pirates Taste Better by Marc Gunn from Dragons Vs Pirates

Middle Earth Wizard by The Village Idiots from Guardians of the Renfaire

Galadriel’s Lament by Broceliande from The Starlit Jewel

M-M-Mages by Fugli

D and D by Boogie Knights from Hysterically Inaccurate

Reavers Malcolm Reavers by Marc Gunn from Sci-fi Drinking Songs

Big Damn Trilogy by Bedlam Bards from On the Drift

Battle Raven by Chaste Treasure

Autocorrect by Chaste Treasure

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Don’t Sail There No More by Misbehavin’ Maidens from Busted

Dragon For Sale by Bramblebush from Songs From the Glade

Loathing All The Geeks by The Dregs from Do It Like You’re Drunk

Leaf on the Wind by Bedlam Bards from On the Drift

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Worst Rebel by Dan the Bard from Cross-Genre References!

Jedi Drinking Song Prequel by Brobdingnagian Bards from Real Men Wear Kilts

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Pirates vs. Dragons

A Moment in History by The Rude Tudors

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Shakespeare Approves by Willie Shakespeare

A Minute with Fugli by Fugli

The Moat by Scoundrels Inn

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The Secret Garden by Serena

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Sail On by Merry Wives Of Windsor from Bottoms Up

A Health To The Company by Circled By Hounds from Chasing Our Tales

Amsterdarn by Hey Nunnie! Nunnie from Hey Nunnie! Nunnie!

Tarantella by Cantiga from Magic Steps

Mingulay Boat Song by The Shantyman from Pirate’s Life

Battle Raven by The Crimson Pirates from To The Lifeboats

We are Royals by Chaste Treasure from Chaste Treasure

Step it Out Mary by Gallowglass Irish Trio from All Our Best

Drunken Harpy by Musical Blades from Up the Ante

General Taylor by Captain John Stout from Songs From the Water’s Edge

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Fighting For Bottom by Shanty Shipwreck

Ship that never returned by Pandora Celtica from F’n Sharp

Greensleeves by Blackmore’s Night from Shadow of The Moon

Alphabet Song by The Other Woman from I Want You For Fun and Frivolity and Then I’ll Give You Back

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I Came to Faire by Bell Book and Canto

Kicked in the Balls by Righteous Blackguards from Just the Tip

Xenohomonecropedopyrobestiality by Turtle and the Hair

 

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Rose of Allendale by Black Oak Shillelagh from Och, The Places We’ve Been

Raggle Taggle Gypsies by Triskelion from (single)

Deed of Sparrowhawk by Fugli from Mythtakes

Paddy’s Lamentation by Tullamore from Two To Get Ready

The Ballad of Sam and Marie by Bilge Pumps from Idiodyssey

The Gun Shanty by Bilge Pumps from Bail Money

King Uther by Lee Agnew from Sounds from the Village of Carlisle

Over by the Riverside by Éiníní  from Éiníní

Heave Ho on the Bowline by Rum Fellows from Okie Maritime Music

My Son John by Rum Fellows from Okie Maritime Music

Botany Bay by Captain Black Jack Murphy from Pogue Mahone Means Kiss My Arse

Rowdy Soul by Crimson Pirates from Come ‘n Be A Pirate

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Awakening to the Dream by Enini from Enini

Spancil Hill by Black Oak Shillelagh from

The Folk Song by Fugli from Mythtakes

Buy Us a Drink (Faire Version) by Triskelion from Music On Fridays

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Bonnie Susie Cleland by Tullamore from Wild And Wicked Youth

The Parting Glass by Medieval Fair of Norman, OK from Last Huzzah!

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Johnny Jump Up by Pride of Bedlam from Refit

Elvish Lullaby by Broceliande from The Starlit Jewel

Gypsy Rover by Marooned from Better Than Live

The Lady Banshee by Matt Hughes from One October Night

The Dark-Eyed Sailor by Rambling Sailors from Ports of Call

Horizons by Sara Marie Mullen from Harper’s Bizarre

Down River by Merry Madrygal Mavyns, The from Five Tenors Of A Different Timbre

Why Does Love…! by Merry Measure from Faire Warning

Pint or So by Minstrel Woode from Mr. Woode’s 5th

When I Look at You by Minstrels of Mayhem, The from Rocky Road

Johnny Jump Up by Bilge Pumps from We Don’t Know

Strike the Bell by Bounding Main from Kraken Up

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The Mighty Mary Lee by Minstrosity from Why Am I Not Surprised!

Forty Shades Of Green by Molly & the Tinker from Pour Us Another One

Maiden’s Revenge by Muses, The from Passing Time

All Around My Cat by Neid Fyre from Duck Feet Waddling

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A Health To The Company by New World Renaissance Band from Poets, Bards, & Singers Of Song

Maid in Bedlam by Owain Phyfe by Owain Phyfe from Where Beauty Moves and Wit Delights

The Faire is Over by Lorella Loftus

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CRITICAL AFAIRE

The top 10 family friendly renaissance faires in the U.S. As rated by the family vacation critic at familyvacationcritic.com.

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The Shadow by Bell Book and Canto from Blessed Journey

We are Actually Royals by Chaste Treasure from Chaste Treasure

The Fields of Athenry by Hooligans from In Cider

Phil the Fluther’s Ball by Maguire Brothers from Sibling Rivalry

Mingulay Boat Song by 2 Merry Men from Bawdy, Drunken, Song Filled Merriment

The Blue Dragon Butt Song by Dan the Bard from Cross Genre References

Spanish Ladies by Bounding Main from (single)

Shanty Man by Dr Harmonious and Friends from Joyful Noise

Charlie by Bardmageddon from Bardmageddon

Lady Hath Bustle by Daniel Birt from Songs of My People

Lift Your Glasses High by Jolly Rogers from X Marks the Spot

Wait For Me by Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogs from Tales of the Black Dog

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The Bridge by Marc Gunn from Celtic Love

Auto Correct by Chaste Treasure from (single)

Wayfaring Stranger by Dr Harmonious and Friends from Joyful Noise

Buphoe (Buffee) by Dan the Bard from Cross Genre References

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One of Us by Heather Dale from Imagineers

Crúiscín Lán by Abby Green from Why Should I?

The Faire is Over by Lorella Loftus

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Merry Mac by Craig of Farrington from Blu Upon Blu

A Rhyme for Orange by Craig of Farrington from A Rhyme for Orange

Star Lover by Craig of Farrington and Jerry Barry from Blu Upon Blu

The Magician by Craig of Farrington from Nice

Landlord Fill the Flowing Bowl by Jim Hancock from Sing we enchanted

The Dark Lady by Bedlam Bards from Furious Fancies

Froggy Went a Courtin by Marc Gunn from A Tribute to Love

Our Favorite Pet by Limey Birds, The from Tweet

The Parting Glass by Cantiga from Magic Steps

Banks O’Doon by Craig of Farrington from Nice

Skeletons by The Dread Crew of Oddwood from Rocktopus

Tom O’ Bedlam by Pride Of Bedlam from Boarding Party

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Irish blessing by Three Pints Gone from One More Round

The Lady Says She’s Irish by Craig of Farrington from A Rhyme for Orange

It’s My Turn to Sleep in the Middle by Iris & Rose from Happy Endings

Wert thou more fair by Craig of Farrington from Blue upon Blue

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Maid for Me by Craig of Farrington from Green Album

Will You Buy A Fine Dog! by Craig of Farrington from Naughty

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Chase the Unicorn

A unicorn leads police officers on a 4 hour chase.

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Merchants

The Louisiana Renaissance Festival is now accepting merchants applications.

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The Tiara Rules

There are 10 rules you should know before putting on your tiara.

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A Moment in History by The Rude Tudors

Background Music: Reflection by Cast in Bronze from Laird of the Rings

A Minute with Fugli by Fugli

The Moat by Captain Jack Gonzo

Joe on the Road by Joe Haydu

Background Music: Scarborough Fair by Kindred Spirits

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Show Facilitator – Captain

Audio Editor – Thomas

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Wild Mountain Thyme by Abby Green from Fig for a Kiss

A Lusty Young Smith by Craig of Farrington from 20 Years Of Spicy Delights

The Dark Lady by Diane Linn (aka: The Bard O’Neal) from Tails of the Trickster

Donald Where’s Your Trousers? by Dublin Doubles, The from Where’s Yer Trousers!

Whistler’s Farewell by Emerald Rose from Archives of Ages to Come

Martin Said To His Man by Heather Dale from The Green Knight

Black Velvet Band by The Iron Hill Vagabonds from Whiskey and Promises

Step It Out Mary by Jesse Linder from Easy & Free

Burn the Bodice by Joni Minstrel from Joni Minstrel & The Revolution Against Monarchs

Three Jolly Rogues Of Lin by Leza Mesiah (The Moor Of Dundee) from More Of The Moor Of Dundee

Pirate Heaven by The Musical Blades from Pieces of Eight

Spanish Ladies by Master “Bones” Jangle & the Voodoo Island Cannibals from Lots O’ Booty

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Strike The Bell by Merry Mischief from ScallyWags

Paddy Murphy by The Misbehavin’ Maidens from Busted

The Wild Rover by Faire to Middlin’ from Kilts, Celts, & Kippers

Woman, Thou Art Beautiful by The Lost Boys from Heroes & Scoundrels

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Rolling Up, Rolling Down by Bounding Main from Kraken Up

The Parting Glass by The Counterfeit Bards from Bard From This Hall

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Scarborough Faire by Scott Boswell from Jug Of Punch

If I Was a Blackbird by The Captain and Malarky from The Captain and Malarky Singles

Purple Flower by Marc Gunn from Celtic Love

We Love Beer by Merry Wives Of Windsor from Bottoms Up

Rattlin’ Bog by Nancy Daily-Green from Silly Songs of the Selkie , Faire Favorites, Vol. 1

As by New Minstrel Revue from Far And Away

Isn’t It Grand! by Pandora Celtica from Dog Party (In The Key Of Swinging Cats

Black Velvet Band by Porter & Stout from Treasures

This Dreadful Life by Rambling Sailors from Wanderlust

ButterFly by Rhianon from Rhianon Singles

The Rights of Man by The Rogues from American Highlander

Tom A Bedlam by Tania Opland from Bonnie Rantin’ Lassie

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The Bonnie Johnson by Tartanic from Tartanic – Unstoppable

Danny Boy by The Borderers from Tales of Love & Loss

Fireship by The Whiskey Bards from The Recruiter…Free Rum Ain’t Free

Step It Out, Mary by Tullamore from Timber & Stream

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The Mermaid by Vince Conaway from Next Market Day

Beggar’s Song,Rigadoo by Water Street Bridge from Hard Times

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THE DUNGEON by Tony Artym with RenFest News

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SLEEPING BEAUTY

The french castle that may have inspired “”Sleeping Beauty”” is filled with creepy mannequins.
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The Hairs of Her Dickie Di Doh (LIVE) by Axel the Sot from BOTTLED UP!

The Ball of Ballinor by Bedlam Bards by Bedlam Bards from Barnyard Bedlam- A Cock and Bull Story

Lift Your Kilt by Bocca Musica from Goin’ South

Fairy Story by Chaste Treasure from Chaste Treasure

No Balls At All by Crass Roots from The Orphaned Celtic Children’s Whiskey Fund

Blow the Candles Out by Half Pint from Fair and Tender Ladies

Big Bosomed Girls by the Village Idiots from Chamber of Stupidity

Do You Have What I Have! by the Dregs from Dreggnog

Do it with the Rennies by Friar Fannigan from New Pub Songs

Damn It All! by Hey Nunnie Nunnie from Hey Nunnie! Nunnie!

Do Your Balls Hang Low! (The Ice Cream Truck Song) by Iris and Rose from The Bust of… Iris and Rose

Let’s Get Naked by the Limey Birds from The Naked Album

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Mistress Bawd’s Bordello by Mistress Bawd from Give Back My Bordello

She’s a Whore by the Poxy Boggards from Liver Let Die

Beat Me by Queen’s Gambit from Off the Board

The Bantum Cock by Siler & Clarc from Blu

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Thongar by Dogs in Doublets from The Dark Cutesy

Clean Song by Galamor the Bard from Drive By Barding

 

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400 Years After His Death, Shakespeare’s First Folio Goes Out On Tour

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“Last Princess of Wales” by Bard of the South from Bard of the South

“Farewell to Carlinggord” by Bardmageddon from Bardmaggedon

“Beauty and The Rum” by Barleyjuice from Six Yanks

“Johnny” by Battlelegs from The Soup Mages

“Star of the County Down” by Bedlam from Singles

“Gamblin’ Man” by Beerside Scoundrels, The from Duel!

“Fisherman’s Blues” by Belles of Bedlam from Folked Up!

“Royal Oak” by Bethany McLyr from The Eye of the Storm

“El Maghreb” by Big Drum Sound, The from Big Drum Sound

“Blackbird” by 3 Pints Gone from Auld Lang Syne

“Donald McGilavry” by Empty Hats from Released

“When Johnny Comes Marching Home” by Cast in Bronze from The Voyage

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“Ae Fond Kiss” by Albannach from Bareknuckle Pipes & Drums

“The Cat On the Stairs” by Apryl Knight from Allons-Y! Time Traveler’s Tunes

“Mary Mac” by Ar Eigean Gael from Good Drinking Weather

“The Gneeveguilla Reel -Drag her Round the Road-The Golden Keyboard” by Arabesque from Victims of Irish Music

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“Saucy Sailor” by Blackjacks ‘n Blarney from Bite Size

“Castle Transylvania” by Bloogie Nights from Oh, The Horror!

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Joe on the Road by Joe Haydu

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Background Music: Scarborough Fair by Kindred Spirits from Dispelling All Woes

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Host – Matt

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Show Facilitator – Captain

Audio Editor – Thomas

Keeper of Lists – Ken

Holiday Special (249G)

 

 

 

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Cold Frosty Morning by The Gypsy Guerrilla Band from Ernie’s Pot O’Gold

Cold October Wind by The Whiskey Bards from Women, Whiskey & War

Cold Rain and Snow by Jack Montgomery from Everywhere I Look

Drive the Cold Winter Away by Porter & Stout from Christmas on the Cutlass

Gaia Song- Winter by Craig of Farrington from Blue upon Blue

Mid Winter’s Night by Blackmore’s Night from Fires At Midnight

Pirating a Winter Wonderland by The Bilge Pumps from A Pirate’s Christmas Wish

Song for a Winters Night by Jesse Linder from The Bramble and the Rose

The Wind That Shakes the Barley by Beerside Scoundrels from Duel!

The Winter King by Damh The Bard from Spirit Of Albion

To Drive The Cold Winter Away by Rowan And The Rose from Rowan And The Rose

Wind and Rain by Bedlam Bards from Furious Fancies

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Winter’s Farewell by Kerridwynn from Winter’s Farewell

Wintery Queen by Diane Linn from Janus

A Fair Wind by The Gypsy Guerrilla Band from Ernie Rocks!

Blow The Wind Southerly by Jim Hancock from Songs of Love and Other Silly Stuff

Cold Butcher by Gallamor the Bard from Gather Day

Worst Rebel Ever by Dan the Bard from Cross-Genre References!

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Audio Editor – Thomas

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Round Table at the Louisiana Renaissance Festival (248G)

Don’t forget vote in the Renaissance Festival Awards

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Dragon Feeds Tonight by Boogie Knights from Cavalier Attitude

Skipping to Dublin by Keelhaul from A Maritime Tradition

The Game Of Cards (Trad.) by Kenny Klein from Little Birds Of Desire

We Are the Lost Boys by The Lost Boys from The Lost Boys

Mrs McGraw by Chaste Treasure from Chaste Treasure

The Cuckoo’s Nest by Chaste Treasure from Chaste Treasure

As I Was Going to Ballynure by Maidens III from Charm & Fire

Whistling Gypsy by Maidens IV from Emerald Fire

Fiddler’s Green by Whiskey Bay Rovers from Shantyman’s Folly

Do-Re-Beer by The Limeybirds from Tweet!!!

Greensleeves by Lady Prudence from All’s Faire

Drunkards Prayer by Malarky and Poppycock from A Drink to All

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Ballad of Robin Hood by Matt Hughes from One October Night

I Wish They’d Do It Now by Merry Measure from Faire Warning

Jolly Rovin’ Tar by The Shantyman (Gregg Csikos) from Pirate’s Life

Traveling Minstrels by Rowan And The Rose from Friendly Traveling Minstrels

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The Mower by Marc Gunn from Kilted for Her Pleasure

Dirty Ol’ Bird by Mallory and McCall from Kings of the Sea

The Faire is Over by Lorella Loftus

 

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Drinking Stories by Bret Blackshear from Fingers, Frets and Fire

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Woman Stormed by Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogs from Tales of the Black Dog

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Pull Down Below by CrossRogues from Another Round

The Wizard by Cantiga from Once Upon A Time

The Road to Lisdonvarna-Morrison’s Jig by Vince Conaway from Victims of Irish Music

Fast Clog- Old Hen by Friends of Tradition from Dance!

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Barbara Allen by Ginger Ackley from In The Old Style

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Weekend Irish by Barleyjuice from A Night At The Pub
All Among the Barley by Belles of Bedlam from Who’s Your Sire
Old Dun Cow by Bilge Pumps, The from Brigands with Big’uns
The Devil Tree by Bocca Musica from Live Free Or Die

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Jousting by Boogie Knights from Hysterically Inaccurate
Blow Liza Blow by Bounding Main from Going Overboard
If I Had A Million Ducats by Brobdingnagian Bards from A Faire To Remember
Carol of the Bells by Cast in Bronze from The Voyage
Do You Love An Apple? by Curtis & Loretta from Sit Down Beside Me
The Owlbear Song by Dan the Bard from Manticores and Owlbears: Songs about Dragons and the Dungeons in which they dwell!
Carolan’s Farewell to Music by Darren Raleigh from Silverwheel
Finnegan’s Wake by Dr. Rev. Mr. Cheeks from Storied Time
Donald McGillavry by Empty Hats from Released
Round Table Knight by Fugli from Fugli: The Less Than Unauthorized “Bootleg” Edition
Don’t Judge Me by Gallows Humor from Necrodancer
Steam Train to Mallaig by Haggis Rampant from Trì
Sally Gardens by Kathleen Johnson from Faire Music
The Scotsman by Limeybirds, The from Tweet!!!
Close Your Eyes by Marc Gunn from Kilted For Her Pleasure
Gort by Molly & The Tinker from The Best Of Molly & The Tinker Vol. 1
Brave and Mighty Captain by Musical Blades from Up the Ante
Mingulay by The Court Revelers from Revelers On The Rocks
Battle Raven by The Crimson Pirates from To The Lifeboats
Red Is The Rose by The Interpreters from Be Gentle
Highland Harry by Thyme Awaye from Thyme Awaye
If I Had a Million Shillings by Village Idiots, The from Epic Win
Bonnie Ship the Diamond by Whiskey Bay Rovers from Shantyman’s Folly
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My Johnny Was a Shoemaker by Abby Green from Fig for a Kiss
What’s Up Yours? by Barleyjuice from A Night At The Pub
Johnny Jump Up by Bilge Pumps, The from The Idiodyssey
Drynk of Choice by Bocca Musica from Drynk of Choice
House on Pooh Corner by Boogie Knights from Many A Sleepless Knight
Rolling Up, Rolling Down by Bounding Main from Kraken Up
Exclamations by Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales
No, John, No by Curtis & Loretta from Sit Down Beside Me
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Carolan’s Quarrel with the Landlady.mp3 by Darren Raleigh from Silverwheel
The Black Ship by Dr. Rev. Mr. Cheeks from Storied Time
The Hat Came Back by Empty Hats from Released
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Doctor of Gallifrey by Marc Gunn from Sci Fi Drinking Songs
Pirate’s Plea by Musical Blades from Pieces of Eight
Wild Mountain Thyme by The Crimson Pirates from Crimson Pirates
The Parting Glass In 3-Part Harmony by The Interpreters from And We’re Back!
Whiskey in the Jar by Village Idiots, The from Epic Win
Hieland Laddie by Whiskey Bay Rovers from Shantyman’s Folly
The Fox by Three Quarter Ale from Three Quarter Ale

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Death Death by Voltaire from To the Bottom of the Sea

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Hunting Vampires Down at the Graveyard by Boogie Knights from Oh, The Horror!
Isn’t It Grand, Boys, to Be Walking Undead by Marc Gunn from Sci Fi Drinking Songs

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Molly Malone by Fugli from [Created for this Show]

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All Soul’s Night by Coeur De Lion from Coeur De Lion
The Virgin’s Conniption by The Drunken Damsels from The Drunken Damsels Singles
Do Virgins Taste Better! by Water Street Bridge from Oh Death
Monster Mash by Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales
The Shadows by Sea Dog Slam

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The Witch Story by Side Tracked from Extrordinary
Vampire Girl from the Planet Orn by Emerald Rose from Rants and Rambles
Witch of the West Moorland by Craig of Farrington from Blue upon Blue
Zombie Apocalypse Love Story by Dan Marcotte from Bard Camp!
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Zombies in the Shire by The Dregs from Thank You Sir May I Have Another
The Outhouse Song by 3 Pints Gone from One More Round

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Captain O’Kain by Kathleen Johnson. from Faire Music

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Who Gives a Damn by Axel the Sot from Raising Ale

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Black Velvet Band by Leza Mesiah from Moore of Dundee
Fav Rennie Things by Terry Griffith from Long Live Avaloch

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The Royal Oak by The Bilge Pumps from The Idiodyssey

I Am a Scotsman by Trinket from Landlocked

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Run! by Tania Opland & Mike Freeman from Sunset’s Gold
Health to the Company by Craig of Farrington from Lute Etouffee
Scratchy Maggie by Tartanic from Tartanic – Uncensored-Archives Vol. 1 (Live)
Jolly Rovin’ Tar by The Shantyman (Gregg Csikos) from Pirate’s Life
Froggie Went A-Courtin by Marc Gunn from A Tribute to Love

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Molly Malone,Cockles by Leza Mesiah from The Moor of Dundee
The Storm by Blackmore’s Night from Fires At Midnight
10 Strike the Belle by Misbehavin’ Maidens from Busted
Faire (The American Rennie Love Rock Parody) by The Village Idiots from Chamber of Stupidity

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Two Rivers by Sarah Marie Mullen from The Wild Woods
Samurai Cosmonaut by Scott Boswell from Thistle

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Dark Lady by Bedlam Bards from Furious Fancies
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Captain Kidd by Henry Martin from On The Salt Sea
Pirate’s Life by Rambling Sailors from Bright Shining Clear
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The World is Ablaze by Tom Mason and the Blue Buccaneers from The World is Ablaze
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Talk Like a Pirate by Tom Mason and the Blue Buccaneers from Talk Like a Pirate
Pirate Joke by Sidetracked from Naughty
The Worst Pirate Song by Ceann from Almost Irish
History of Pirates Podcast by Pirate History Podcast
The Pirate Story by Sidetracked from Naughty
Monotonous Piratey Song by Pirate Comedy Show from Pirate Comedy Show Album
Pirate Alphabet by The Crimson Pirates from Come ‘n Be A Pirate
The Beast of Pirate’s Bay by Voltaire from To the Bottom Of The Sea
Modern Pirates by Barleyjuice from Six Yanks
Pirate Lullabye by The Whiskey Bards from The Recruiter…Free Rum Ain’t Free
Breezy by Fugli
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Pirate’s Plea by Musical Blades from Pieces of Eight
Banana Boat Pirates (Live) by The Bilge Pumps from Bail Money
Pirate Heaven by Musical Blades from Pieces of Eight
The Victory (The Ballad of Timmy and the Red Shirt) by Water Street Bridge from Oh Death
Sailor’s Prayer by The Muses from Passing Time
Shiver Me Timbers by Mallory and McCall from Kings of the Sea
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Captain Bold by Thyme Awaye from Thyme Awaye
A Pirate’s Tale by Blackjacks ‘n Blarney from Bite Size
Seadog Slam by Shane Dikey from The Call
We Be Pirates by My Lady’s Cutlass from We Be Pirates!
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Renaissance Festival Podcast #242

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The Peace Round by Malarky and Poppycock from A Drink to All
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The Cat Came Back… Cat’s Perspective by Marc Gunn from Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers
Planxty Spoutwood Farm by Kaade from Planxties for Pan
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OFFICE by David with Letters and Comments
Hal and Tow by Jack Montgomery from Everywhere I Look
Ye Fork by Penz Productions from unpublished
THE OBSERVATORY by Danny Faught with Interview of: Daniel Penz
Opening and Vocal Training by Penz Productions from The Well-Tempered Dialact
Dungeon Blues by Boogie Knights from Many A Sleepless Knight
A MOMENT IN HISTORY by The Rude Tudors
Background Music: Reflection by Cast in Bronze from Laird of the Rings
Irish Whiskey Blues by Off Keel from Running at a Slant
Whistling Gypsy by Maidens IV from Emerald Fire
Mingulay Boat Song by The BOOM from Prepare to be Boarded
Rowdy Soul by Darcy Nair from Highstrung
Joe on the Road by JOE HAYDU
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Old King Cole by Iris & Rose from Bedtime Stories
Happily Ever After by Merry Wives of Windsor from Happy ending
Changeling Child by Heather Dale from Song Henge Vol 21
Appleby Fair by Gallamor the Bard from Drive By Barding
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The Water Is Wide by Half Pint from Fair and Tender Ladies
Constipated Men by Hey Nunnie Nunnie! from Hey Nunnie! Nunnie!
The Faire is Over by Lorella Loftus

Renaissance Festival Podcast #241

LOVE SONG SPECIAL

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Lady Loved a Swine by Craig of Farrington from Blue Upon Blue

Handsome Knights Come Courting by Joni Minstrel from Joni Minstrel & The Revolution Against Monarchs

Leaving of Liverpool by The Musical Blades from Pieces of Eight

Lover’s Heart by Empty Hats from Captured

Devil in the Haystack/Old Mother Flanagan Reels by Gypsy Guerrilla Band from Ernie Rocks!

Kevin’s Carousel by Gypsy Guerrilla Band from Ernie’s Pot O’Gold

Zombie Apocalypse Love Story by Dan the Bard from Band Camp

Ren Girl by The Village Idiots from Chamber of Stupidity

Madam I’m a Darlin’ by Circle by Hounds from Chasing Our Tales

Wild Gypsy Girl by The Jolly Rogers from Cutlass Cannon and Curves

Do You Love An Apple! by Merry Mischief from Just Love Songs

Be Mine Tonight by Blackmore’s Night from Shadow of The Moon

Devilish Mary by The Whiskey Bards from The Recruiter…Free Rum Ain’t Free

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Launcelot and Guinevere by Triskelion from Music on Fridays

I Know My Love by Abby Green from Einini

One I Love by Queen Anne’s Lace from Faire to Stormy Weather

My Love is Like a Red Red Rose / 500 Miles by The Brobdingnogian Bards from Real Men Wear Kilts

When She Held Me in Her Arms by Marc Gunn from Celtic Love

The Faire is Over by Lorella Loftus

THE DUNGEON by Tony Artym

OFFICE by David Reiland

THE OBSERVATORY by Danny Faught with Interviews

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The Right Girl by Faire to Middlin’ from Faire to Middlin’
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The Bodhran Song by Lark the Harper from Soothing Sounds for Shattered Psyches
Jolly Rover by Maidens IV from Four Aflame
THE OFFICE by David
Two Magicians by Off Keel from Running at a Slant
A Health to the Company by New World Renaissance Band from Poets, Bards, & Singer of Songs
We Be Ladies Three by The Court Revelers from Revelers On The Rocks
THE OBSERVATORY by Danny Faught with Interviews
Dulaman by The Court Revelers from Revelers On The Rocks
Cha Ching by Queen Anne’s Lace from Faire… to Stormy Weather
THE DUNGEON by Tony Artym
The Calton Weaver by Raggle Taggle Gypsies from Best Of The Raggle Taggle Gypsies
Greensleeves by Sarah Marie Mullen from The Wild Woods
Fact’ry Girl by Tania Opland and Mike Freeman from Choice Fare
A MOMENT IN HISTORY by The Rude Tudors
Background Music: Reflection by Cast in Bronze from Laird of the Rings
The Beast of Pirate’s Bay by Voltaire from To the Bottom Of The Sea
Dance Of The Green Man by Wolgemut from Danza
THE TOWER by Joe Haydu
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A Sonnet For The Queen by The Harper And The Minstrel from A Sonnet For The Queen
Drinking Song by Chaste Treasure from Chaste Treasure
Whistlin’ Gypsy by Iron Hill Vagabonds from Whiskey and Promises
The Faire is Over by Lorella Loftus

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Long Ago and Far Away by Feckless Fear Dearg from Feckless Fear Dearg

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Step It Out Mary by Gallowglass Irish Trio from All Our Best

Crayfish by Hard Times from Chorus for a Queen

The Keyhole in the Door by In Our Cups from Foolish Pleasure

Charlie by Bardmaggedon from Bardmaggedon

THE OBSERVATORY by Danny Faught with Bardmeggedon

The Parting Glass by Bardmaggedon from Bardmaggedon

Clementine Blues by Marc Gunn from Happy Songs of Death

THE DUNGEON by Tony Artym

THE OFFICE by David

The Leprechaun by Ar Éigean Gael from Good Drinking Weather

My Bonnie Jean by Bard of the South from The Minstrel Boy

It’s Alright So Far by C. Wayne Owens from I Can’t Afford Therapy

A MOMENT IN HISTORY by The Rude Tudors

Castle of Dromore by E.J. Jones from The Willow

The Wolf’s Head by David Arkenstone from Myths and Legends

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Lizzy Lindsey by Jesse Linder & Friends from Easy & Free

Donald Mcgillivary by Empty Hats from Released

Little Bit Off the Top by Iris and Rose from Bedtime Stories

The Faire is Over by Lorella Loftus

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The Parking Lot Strip by John C. Wiseman from Simply Entitled

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Aroania by E Muzeki from E Muzeki

Whiskey in the Jar by Whiskey Bay Rovers from Shanty Man’s Folly

THE SUNKEN TREASURE by Sarena London and Captain Nicholas London from The Sunken Treasure

Jenny’s Story by Merry Wives of Windsor from Tales from Winsor Tavern

Long Live Avaloch by Terry Griffith from Long Live Avaloch

Village Lanterne by Blackmore’s Night from The Village Lanterne

THE OFFICE by David and Sonya

Kalimba Waltz by The Gypsy Guerrilla Band from Ernie’s Pot O’Gold

The Bridge by Marc Gunn from Celtic Love

After Spurlock by Craig of Farrington from Nice

THE DUNGEON by Tony Artym

A MOMENT IN HISTORY by Liz and Nichole from The Rude Tudors

20/20 Hindsight by Diane Linn from Conversations With The Moon

The Song of a Ship by The Jolly Rogers from Cutlass, Cannon and Curves

Ramblin’ Rover by Ceann from Making Friends

Oaya by VaNa MaZi from Izam Anav

The Observatory by Danny Faught doing an Interview with VaNa MaZi

Fireflies by VaNa MaZi from Izam Anav

The Queen Of All Argyll by 3 Pints Gone from Auld Lang Syne

The Fisherman’s Song by Hawke from Out Of The Nest

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Cedric’s Farewell by James Hazlerig from Cedric’s Overmode

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10th Anniversary Drinking Show

Ballad of Joss by Bedlam Bards from On the Drift

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Admiral Nelson by Pandora Celtica from Out of the Box

Whiskey You’re the Devil by The Muses from The Muses Live

I’ll Drink to That by The Belles of Bedlam from Folked Up!

Bang Your Mug by Musical Blades from Up the Ante

The Dungeon by Tony

Morning Glory by Rambling Sailors from Bright Shining Clear

Beer Is Better Than Women by Axel the Sot from Tales from the Tavern

Farewell to Nova Scotia by 3 Pints Gone from There is a Ship

Beer Beer Beer by Brobdingnagian Bards from Holy Grail of Irish Drinking Songs

A Moment in History by Sarena

Background Music: Reflection by Cast in Bronze from Laird of the Rings

A Brief History of Rum

Pass the Mug by Bounding Main from Going Over Board

The Demi-Human Drink by Dan the Bard from Manticores and Owlbears

The 3 Song by Craig of Farrington from Blue Upon Blue

Return of the King by Gallamor the Bard from Drive By Barding

The Tower by Joe

Background Music: Scarborough Fair by Kindred Spirits from Dispelling All Woes

Bring Me Some Whiskey by Iris and Rose from Bed Time Stories

The Hat Came Back by Empty Hats from The Hat Came Back

Do-Re-Beer by The Limeybirds from Tweet!!!

Drink Up the Cider, George by The Jolly Rogers from Loose Cannons

The Observatory by Danny

Here’s to the Men by The Merry Wives of Windsor from Here’s to the Men

Cruiscin Lan by The Whiskey Bards from Women Whiskey & War

Mattie Groves by Joni Minstrel from Joni Minstrel Kicks the King

Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster by Marc Gunn from Sci Fi Drinking Songs

The Faire is Over by Lorella Loftus

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Jedi’s Dargle by Marc Gunn from Sci Fi Drinking Songs

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Martha’s Dragon by Cantiga from Martha’s Dragon

Do Virgins Taste Better? by Queen’s Gambit from Off the Board

Dragon Feeds Tonight by Boogie Knights from Cavalier Attitude

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Jedi Drinking Song by Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian

Her Majesty’s Airship Corps by Emerald Rose from Her Majesty’s Airship Corps

Fairwell Dwarven Miner by Dan the Bard from Bard Camp

THE DUNGEON by Tony Artym

Close Your Eyes by Bramblebush from Songs from the Glades

Duet for Shower-Curtain Rod & Sonic Screwdriver by Kaade from Rx?: Music Inspired By the 11th Doctor & Companions

The IBM Computer by Molly & The Tinker from Triumphs, Tears & Treasures – The Best Of Molly & The Tinker , Vol. 2

THE TOWER by Joe Haydu

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Where is the Renaissance by Pirate Comedy Show from Pirate Comedy Show Album

Hobbit Walking Song by Brocelïande from The Starlet Jewel

STORYTIME by Marc Gunn

R’Lyeh Bound by Triskelion from Gearbox

River’s Jig by Bedlam Bards from On the Drift

Don’t Go Drinking with Hobbits by Marc Gunn from Sci Fi Drinking Songs

THE OBSERVATORY by Danny Faught with Marian von Gogu of Gallows Humor

Necrodance by Gallows Humor from Necrodancer

Hanging from the Gallows by Gallows Humor from Necrodancer

One Geek by The Village Idiots from Guardian of the Renfaire

The Faire is Over by Lorella Loftus

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Irish Rover by Captain Black Jack Murphy from Pogue Mahone Means Kiss My Arse

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Siul a Run by The Dublin Double from Where’s Yer Trousers?

Suo Gân by The Rogues from 3 LBS of Rage

Barley Mow by Country Matters from Chorus for a Queen

A MINUTE IN HISTORY by Sonya Reiland

Backgroud Music: Reflection by Cast in Bronze from Laird of the Rings

Adieu Sweet Lovely Nancy by Rambling Sailors from Ports of Call

Ringa Dinga Da by Diane Linn from Bard of the Mountain

New York Girls by Ceann from Last Ones Standing

THE DUNGEON by Tony Artym

Johnnie I Hardly Knew Ye by The Crimson Pirates from That’s So Sad

Dark-Eyed Sailor by DeCantus from Tonight We’ll Merry Bee

The Black Ball Line by The Bilge Pumps from Greatest Hits Vol. VIII

THE TOWER by Joe Haydu

Background Music: Scarborough Fair by Kindred Spirits from Dispelling All Woes

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Green Grows the Laurel by Ed Miller from Lolander

Praetorius (Courante) by Blackmore’s Night from Fires At Midnight

Three Jolly Rogues of Lin by The Moor of Dundee from More Of The Moor Of Dundee

STORY TIME by Marc Gunn

Johnny Come Down to Hilo by Bounding Main from Going Overboard

Jolly Rovin’ Tar by 3 Pints Gone from There Is A Ship

Tom A Bedlam by Tania Opland from Bonnie Rantin’ Lassie

THE OBSERVATORY: Interview with Apryl Knight by Danny Faught

Mouse Dance by Apryl Knight from Allons-Y! Time Traveler’s Tunes

Blooming Love by Apryl Knight from Allons-Y! Time Traveler’s Tunes

The Servant’s Dance by Arethusa from Loxley’s Bow

The Faire is Over read by Lorella Loftus

Renaissance Festival Podcast – 234 Ladies’ Choice Podcast

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My Faire-vorite Things by Rowan & the Rose from Rowan and the Rose picked by Sonya

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Raggle Taggle Gypsy by Empty Hats from Greatest Hats picked by Jessi

Johnny Jump Up by The Muses from Passing Time picked by Meg, Julie

Black Velvet Band by Porter & Stout from Treasures picked by Queen Jezzy

Finnegan’s Wake by The Belles of Bedlam from Folked Up! picked by Duchess Fannie

Greensleeves by Blackmore’s Night from Shadow of the Moon picked by Queen Kim

Mingulay by The Crimson Pirates from That’s So Sad picked by Cheramie

Red is the Rose by Wild Mountain Thyme from Scotland’s Depraved picked by Fannie, Angelica

Wild Mountain Thyme by Celtic Squall from Celtic Squall picked by Margaret, Amy, Sharon, Cheramie, Fannie,

THE DUNGEON by Tony Artym

Whiskey in the Jar by Barleyjuice from Another Round picked by Angelica

Star of the County Down by Emerald Rose from Celtic Crescent picked by Meg

Modern Day Pirate by The Musical Blades from Modern Day Pirate picked by Angelica

One Geek by The Village Idiots from Guardians of the Renfaire picked by Sonya

THE TOWER by Joe Haydu

Background Music: Scarborough Fair by Kindred Spirits from Dispelling All Woes

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Maid in Bedlam by Curtis & Loretta from Sit Down Beside Me picked by Jamie

My Love is Like a Red Red Rose/500 Miles by Brobdingnagian Bards from Real Men Wear Kilts picked by Sonya

Molly Malone by Craig of Farrington from Nice picked by Melissa

Pass the Bottle by The Whiskey Bards from Women, Whiskey & War picked by Sonya

STORY TIME by Side Tracked telling “The Bear Story”

Dark Lady by Hawke from Out of the Nest picked by Meg

Hieland Laddie Blues by Whiskey Bay Rovers from Shantyman’s Folly picked by Sonya

Health to the Company by Merry Mischief from ScallyWags picked by Sharon, Jessi, Jamie, Queen Kim, Margaret, Amy

Cannonball by Clandestine from Song from Home picked by Julie

THE KITCHEN by Janet Wright

Background Music: Fanny Power by Partrice Fisher from Celtic Magic

Oddwood Building Things by Dread Crew of Oddwood from Heavy Mahogany picked by Sonya

The Mermaid Song by Iron Hill Vagabonds from Whiskey & Promisespicked byAmy, Melissa

The Faire is Over by Lorella Loftus

The Renaissance Festival Podcast Kids Show #1

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HOSTED by The Wandering Gypsy Theater

I Love Crunching Nuts by Marc Gunn from St. Patrick’s Day Songs for Kids

Tell Me Ma / Africa by The Borderers from Rise Up!

Ode to the Lima Bean by Flying Fish Sailors from Loch Ness Monster

Frère Jacques by Faire to Middlin from Just Kidding Around

THE OBSERVATORY by Danny Faught

Robin and Marian (When She was 8 and He was 10) by Faire to Middlin from Just Kidding Around

An Madairín Rua (The Little Fox) by Nancy Daily-Green from Singing, Dancing Everywhere

Baby Cthulu by Triskelion from Gearbox

The Enchantment of the Fairies by Cantiga from Once Upon A Time

Bog Down in the Valley-O by Merry Wives Of Windsor from Here’s to the Men

Children’s Song From Dale by Brocelïande from The Starlit Jewel

Exclamations by Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales

Everything Possible by Limeybirds from Time For Bed

Renaissance Festival Podcast #233

Dragons vs. Pirates by Marc Gunn

Playford Dances by Brizeus from Brizeus

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Sound of Sleat/Peerie Hoose by Caledonia Swing from Something Like That!

Skillywidden by Cantiga from Martha’s Dragon

Fusgail an Dorus/ Nighean/ Blauaidh’ Ruadh by Capercaillie from 25 Years of Celtic Music (1 of 2)

A MINUTE IN HISTORY by Sonya Reiland

Backgroud Music: Reflection by Cast in Bronze from Laird of the Rings

History Extra by Historyextra.com

If I Was a Blackbird by The Captain and Malarky from The Captain and Malarky Singles

Black and Tans by Captain John Stout from Past, Present, & Future

Brand New Day by Carl Asch from Songs Of The Open Road

Starfish by Catriona McKay from Starfish

THE DUNGEON by Tony Artym

Blame the Viking by Ceann from Last Ones Standing

The Dark Island by Celtic Fiddle Festival from 25 Years of Celtic Music (2 of 2)

Maggie by Celtic Soul from Ways

THE TOWER by David Reiland

Background Music: Scarborough Fair by Kindred Spirits from Dispelling All Woes

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Ca the Yowes to the Knowes by Celtic Squall from Celtic Squall

Drowsy Maggie by Celtic Stone from Digital Flashbacks

Lord Baker by Christy Moore/O’Connor, Sinead from Sean-Nós Nua

The King Of Ballyhooley by Chuckawalla Rhythm Kings from No Bedrolls Or Backpacks

STORY TIME by Marc Gunn

Fir Bolg by Circa Paleo from Roseland

Kafka’s Fancy by Circled by Hounds from Howl No Demon Louder

O’Carolan’s Welcome & Concerto by Claire Roche from Hello, I’m Claire Roche

Oúlamáman (Seaweed) by Clannad from An Diolaim: Folk Roots of One of Ireland’s Groups

All Soul’s Night by Coeur De Lion from Coeur De Lion

OUTTRO

Renaissance Festival Podcast #232

VISIT OUR SPONSOR: Dragons vs. Pirates by Marc Gunn

Belfast Mountains by Colleen Raney & Colm MacCárthaigh from Cuan

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Si par souffrir by Concentio Agnorum from Five Early Pieces

Morisque by The Consorte of SomeSorte from Danse!

Flower of Scotland by The Corries from The Compact Collection

A MINUTE IN HISTORY by Sonya Reiland

Haste to the Wedding / Irish Washerwoman by The Counterfeit Bards from Bard From This Hall

No Balls At All by Crass Roots from The Orphaned Celtic Children’s Whiskey Fund

Sweet Kate by Cromatico from Cromatico

Nine Points Of Roguery/Follow Me Down by Culchies from Bruscar Ban

THE DUNGEON by Tony Artym

Your Direction by Curtis & Loretta from Just My Heart For You

Bard Camp! by Dan Marcotte from Bard Camp!

Ten Thousand Miles Away by Dan Milner from Irish Pirate Ballads and Other Songs of the Sea

THE TOWER by Angelica Agoes

Background Music: Scarborough Fair by Kindred Spirits Dispelling All Woes

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The Bonnie Lass/Gravel Walk by Darcy Nair from HighStrung

Carolan’s Farewell to Music.mp3 by Darren Raleigh from Silverwheel

The Wolf’s Head by David Arkenstone from Myths and Legends 1

Saiidi/Masmoudi/Fellahin by David Macejka from Poi for Gadje

STORY TIME by Marc Gunn

Quen Amoroso by Diabolis In Musica from Quen Amoroso

Waking of Ishtar by Djilia Phralengo from Rheliq

Per Adventure by Dogs In Doublets from Dogs In Doublets Sing!

Glass Stories by Donal Hinely from Glass Stories

General Taylor by Dregs from Our Drunk Goes to Eleven

OUTTRO

Renaissance Festival Flashback #39

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #231 – St. Patrick’s Day Special

Dragons vs. Pirates, New Steampunk Album by Marc Gunn

All Through The Night by Ravens from Rise with the Moon

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Jack Haggarty/Arthur McBride by Whirly Jig from Thing-A-Ma-Jig

Black Velvet Band by Jonathan Ramsey from Jonathan Ramsey

​Danny Boy by Holdyn Twyst from Fully Stocked

Foggy Dew by Caledonia Swing from Something Like That!

A MINUTE IN HISTORY by Sonya Reiland

Backgroud music: Reflection by Cast in Bronze from Spirit of the Bells

Parting Glass by Circled By Hounds from Chasing Our Tales

Red is the Rose by Lisa McIntyre from Angels’ Share A Wee Dram

Scarborough Faire by Iris and Rose from Two in the Bush

She Moved Through The Fair by Fred Gosbee & Julia Lane from Looking Home

THE DUNGEON by Tony Artym

The Fields Of Athenry by Brigands’ Folie from Twain

The Whistling Gypsy Rover by Heather Alexander from A Gypsy’s Home – Songs of the Roving Life

The Star of the County Down by Emerald Rose from Celtic Crescent

Whiskey in the Jar/Whiskey Before Breakfast by String Thaw from Smooth Sailing

THE TOWER by Angelica Agoes

Background Music: Scarborough Fair by Kindred Spirits from Dispelling All Woes

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Wild Rover by Bocca Musica from Goin’ South

Come out, ye Black and Tans by Beerside Scoundrels from Duel!

The Spinning Wheel by Claire Roche from Songs From The Harp Room

Four Green Fields by Henry Martin from On The Salt Sea

STORY TIME by Marc Gunn

Galway Bay by Claire Roche from Songs From The Harp Room

Irish Girl by The Dregs from Angelina Farewell Concert

Whiskey Johnny by Captain Black Jack Murphy from Pogue Mahone Means Kiss My Ars

Irish Lullaby by Queen’s Gambit from Pawn to King Four

Molly Malone by Fugli from Fug*li: The Less Than Unauthorized “Bootleg” Edition

Renaissance Festival Podcast #230

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Dragons vs. Pirates, New Steampunk Album by Marc Gunn

 

A Drop of Nelson’s Blood by Captain Black Jack Murphy from Pogue Mahone Means Kiss My Arse

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Beer, Beer, Beer by Molly & The Tinker from Pour Us Another One

Boozin’ by Brass Farthing from Chorus for a Queen

Bunch Of Keys by Neidfyre from Anatidaephobia

The Holly and The Ivy by Heather Dale from This Endris Night

A MINUTE IN HISTORY by Sonya Reiland

Elizabeth by Rowan and the Rose from Friendly Traveling Mintrels

Galway Shawl, The by 3 Pints Gone from Home Brew

Hard To Be Happy by Celtic Soul from Ways

Horse’s Bransle by The Gypsy Guerrilla Band from Ernie Rocks!

Bedlam Boys by Circled By Hounds from Howl No Demon Louder

THE DUNGEON by Tony Artym

Tornado Song by Clandestine from The Ale Is Dear

Johnny Home by Musical Blades from Pieces of Eight Disc 1

Mormond Braes by Tullamore from The O’Malley’s Sessions – One for the Road

The Song of the Hammers by Ed Miller from Lolander

THE TOWER by Angelica Agoes

Never Split The Party by Emerald Rose from Con Suite

Ol Dun Cow by Irish Blind from Irish Blind

Pancho & Lefty by Hawke from Out Of The Nest

Never Return to the Sea by The Whiskey Boys from Mary Come To Boston

Story Time by Marc Gunn

 

Scotland Is Her Name by Albannach from Eye Of The Storm

Screw the Ocampa (Bitrektual Version) by Aurelio Voltaire from Bitrektual

Settlers of Kataan by Battlelegs from The Soup Mages

Tam Lin by Dave Hum from Celtic and Bluegrass 5 String Banjo, Vol. 2

The Brigantine by The Pyrates Royale from Tales of the Brigantine

 

Renaissance Festival Podcast #229 – 10th Annual Awards Show

HOSTED BY:

TONY ARTYM

MATT LEDDER

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FEATURED MUSIC

Wild Mountain Time by Siler and Clark from “To Long at the Faire”

Banana Boat Pirate (Live) by The Bilge Pumps from Bail Money

Holywood Pirate by Musical Blades from Pieces of Eight

Lift Your Glasses High by The Jolly Rogers From “X Marks the Spot”

Drinking Song by Chaste Treasure from Chaste Treasure

Haboob by Tartanic From Universal

Storm Song by Sirena from The Seelie Players

Finnigan’s Still by Celtic Mayhem from Celtic Mayhem

The Horseman by Cast in Bronze from “The Voyage”

Land, Sea and Sky” by Damh the Bard from “The Cauldron Born”.

Don’t Mess with Bocca by Bocca Musica from Live Free Or Die

Celtic Invasion of County Donegal, Ireland and the Giant’s Causeway

 

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RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL AWARDS

Renaissance Festivals –

Best Renaissance Festival

1) Bristol Renaissance Festival

2) Pennsylvania Renaissance Festival

3) Minnesota Renaissance Festival

Best New Renaissance Festival (3 years or younger)

1) Nottingham Renaissance Festival

2) BlackRock Medieval Festival

3) Oregon Renaissance Festival of Hillsboro

New Music – Best New CD Released in 2014

1) Bail Money by the Bilge Pumps

2) Pieces of Eight/Treasures of Old by the Musical Blades

3) Pirates Evermore, The Jolly Rogers

New Music – Best New Musical Show of 2014 (group or solo, on stage or in the street)

1) The Maguire Brothers

2) Joyful Noyse

3) Chaste Treasure

Stage Shows – Best Musical Group

1) Tartanic

2) Righteous Blackguards

3) Sirena

Best Non-Musical Group

1) Barely Balanced

2) The Tortuga Twins

3) Duo of Woo

Best Music Solo Show

1) Cast in Bronze

2) Dr. Rev. Mr. Cheeks Miller

3) Alexander James Adams

Best Non-Musical Solo Show

1) Moonie the Magnificent

2) Zilch the Torysteller

3) Adam Crack: Fire Whip

Best Comedy Musical Show (comedy performance, group or solo)

1) Righteous Blackguards

2) Musical Blades

3) Hey Nunny Nunny

Best Non-Musical Comedy Show (non-musical, comedy performance, group or solo)

1) Moonie the Magnificent

2) Stickbow Archery Shooting Show

3) Don Juan and Miguel

Street Performances – Best Solo Street Performance

(one person, musical or non-musical, on the streets and primarily NOT on stage)

1) Gabriel the Plague Doctor

2) Twig the Fairy

3) Angus the Scott

Best Group Street Performance (musical or non-musical, on the streets and primarily NOT on stage)

1) Bristol Buskin Frolic

2) Fantastikals

3) Beefcake and Olive

Specialty Shows – Best Bawdy Show

(primarily Adult-Oriented, musical or non-musical, on stage or in the street)

1) Iris and Rose, Wild and Thorny

2) The Tortuga Twins

3) Duo of Woo

Best Stage Combat Group (on stage or in the street)

1) Dirk and Guido: The Swordsmen

2) By the Sword – Bristol Renaissance Faire

3) Red Griffin Productions Living Chess

Best Jousting Troupe

1) Noble Cause Productions

2) The Jousters!

3) Heroic Knights of Old

Best Dance Troupe

(on stage or in the street)

1) Bristol Buskin Frolic

2) Masala Gypsy Dancers

3) Vodca Family

Best Children’s Show

(musical or non-musical, on stage or in the street, group or solo)

1) Fool Hearty

2) Cutlass Cooking

3) Gypsy Geoff – Fire Circus Show

Best Historical Show

(most informational or period accurate, musical or non-musical, on stage or in the street, group or solo)

1) Stickbow Archery Shooting Show

2) Bristol’s Royal Falconer

3) St. Andrew’s Noble Order of Royal Scots

Miscellaneous – Best Shop Vendor

1) Mockingbird Studio

2) Pendragon Costumes

3) Moresca Clothing & Costume

Best Faire Photography

1) Michael Ulrich Photography

2) Deborah Grosmark Photography

3) Joe Foley Photography

Best Faire Web Community

1) PaRenFaire.net

2) Bristol Renaissance Faire

3) RenaissanceFestival.com Forums

Best Food

1) Turkey Leg

2) Scottish Eggs

3) Steak on a Stick

Best Drink

1) Mead

2) Sassafrass

3) Beer

 

Here is the Hall of fame winners

Phyllis Patterson

Phyllis Patterson  (1/25/1932 – 5/18/2014)

The grande dame of faires in the US, Phyllis Patterson founded the original Renaissance Pleasure Faire & May Market on May 11th, 1963. That event, while not the first event ever of its kind, was the first to have a lasting impact and was the birthplace of the modern renaissance faire as we know it in the US today. Phyllis and her husband went on to found the Great Dicken’s Christmas Faire in 1970. Her creations not only established faires as a viable commercial and fundraising entity, but as a community endeavor that can bring people together.

In the half century that has followed, the community that Phyllis created has grown and bloomed into a family of performers seen around the world and has revitalized vaudeville-style performance for generations of new audiences. That first show has spawned an entire industry of faires and festivals across 46 states and many hundreds of shows (more than fifty different venues in California alone).

 

Beloved as the one who started it all, Phyllis’s passing in 2014 brought an end to an era and was felt nationwide through the community. We offer this simple tribute, her induction into the Hall of Fame, as a past due recognition of the woman, without whom, there would be no Hall of Fame. For Phyllis.

 

Richard Weber

Richard Weber

As an entertainer, writer, director, costumer, actor-combatant, monarch, merchant, and member of management, Richard Weber is truly a “Renaissance Man of the Renaissance Faire”. Richard began his faire career as a combatant with an acclaimed stage combat company. In 1978, The Ring of Steel participated at the new King Richard’s Faire in Kenosha, WI, and the company was contracted officially in 1979. Richard went on to play the Lord High Sheriff for the next four years.

 

A founding member of King Richard’s Faire in Carver, MA, Mr. Weber has appeared there every year since its inception and is currently the faire’s costumer and keeper of oral history. In 1996, Richard began at the Virginia Renaissance Faire, opening his hat shop, Masquerade. Masquerade still lives on at the Bristol Renaissance Faire. In 2010, he himself played the role of King Richard at the Chippewa Valley Renaissance Faire (alongside 2007 Hall of Fame honoree Lolly Foy). As a member of the Bobby Rodriguez entertainment staff for over fifteen years, Richard has played a role in shaping shows in: Deerfield Beach, FL; Live Oak, FL; Miami, FL; and the Virginia Keys at Key Biscayne, FL.

 

Perhaps best remembered for his long-running (1982-present) character Lord Percival DeGage, Richard is known across the faire circuit as a man of integrity. He is beloved by casts far and wide and devotes himself entirely to the faire circuit and its community.

 

Renaissance Festival Podcast #228 – New Music of 2014

HOSTED BY:

JOE HAYDU

TONY ARTYM

ANGELICA AGOES

HEATHER TEYSKO

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FEATURED MUSIC

Ghosts of Heroes (Live) by The Bilge Pumps from Bail Money

We’re Actually Royals (Parody Of “Royals” By Lorde) by Chaste Treasure from Chaste Treasure

Live Free Or Die by Bocca Musica from Live Free Or Die

“Paddy Murphy” by Misbehavin Maidens from Full of Nerdy and Dirty

Marching Inland by Marooned from Lost at Sea

Come Take a Trip on my Airship by Marc Gunn from Sci Fi Drinking Songs

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Wild Rover by The Hooligans from Who’s Ready to Rock?

Kicked in the Balls by The Righteous Blackguards from

Colors by Maia Archote from Vodca Family DVD

Modern Day Pirate by Musical Blades from Pieces of Eight

A Man’s A Man For All That by The Surly Mermaids from On The Rocks

Mutineer’s Shanty by Marooned from On the Scalding Sea

Barque in the Harbour by LandLoch’d from Good Rum and Bad Sheep

Jack was Every Bit a Sailor by Pieces of Eight from Songs from the Privy

Nipples by Frier Fannigan from Try Again

 

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A MINUTE IN HISTORY WITH HEATHER

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Renaissance Festival Podcast #227

Music This Week From

“The Moose” by Mistress Bawd, from Give Back My Bordello

“The Chandler’s Wife” by Queen Anne’s Lace,  from “Faire… to Stormy Weather”

“Beer is better then Women” by Axel the Sot from “Tales From The Tavern

“Curvey Girls” by The Jolly Rogers, from “Cutlass, Cannon, and Curves” Continue reading

Renaissance Festival Podcast #226

Music From

Clandestine / Empty Hats / Brobdingnagian Bards / Celtic Stone / Craig of Farrington

 Albannach / Rambling Sailors / Neid Fyre / Merry Mischief / Nancy Daily-Green

Abby Green / Leah Jorgensen / Thyme Awaye / Haggis Rampant /  Merry Wives of Windsor

Celtic Invasion of County Donegal, Ireland and the Giant’s Causeway

 

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This Week

“Lucy Cassidy” by Clandestine from The Ale Is Dear

“Inesheer Air/Scarce’s Tatties/Black Nag” by Empty Hats from Greatest Hats

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“Lily the Pink” by  Brobdingnagian Bards from Brobdingnagian Fairy Tales

“Drowsing Maggie” by Celtic Stone from Celtic Stone

“Song for Ireland” by Craig of Farrington from Lute Etouffee

“Drinking Cataloochee Kool Aid” by Albannach from Bareknucle Pipes & Drums

“Royal Oak” by Rambling Sailors from Ports of Call

“Red Haired Boy/Kitchen Girl” by Neid Fyre from Anatidaephobia

“Lament Of The Fisherman’s Wife” by Merry Mischief from ScallyWags

“Britches Full of Stitches John” by Nancy Daily-Green from Delia’s Hearth

“Thank You For Asking” by New Minstrel Revue from Far and Away

“My Johnny Was a Shoemaker” by  Abby Green from Fig For a Kiss

”Butterfly” by Leah Jorgensen from Peace – Love – Harp

“Month of January” by Thyme Awaye from Thyme Awaye

“High Road to Gairloch/Brown Haired Maiden” by Haggis Rampant from Tri

“Lass of Aughrim” by  Merry Wives of Windsor from Happy Endings

 

Renaissance Festival Podcast #225

Music From:

The Limey Birds/Nancy Daily-Green/Emerald Rose/Marc Gunn/The Dregs
/The Bilge Pumps/Moat Jumper/Coyote Run/Cast in Bronze/Heather Dale
/Wicked Tinkers/Vince Conaway/Tippler’s Way/Diane Linn/ Maidens III/Fugli/Jesse Linder
/Wine and Alchemy
/Kerridwynn/The Gypsy Guerrilla Band/Craig o’Farrington/Malarkey and Poppycock

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THIS WEEK:

“The Limey’s 12 Days of Christmas” by The Limey Birds, from All We Want for Christmas!

“What Child Is This?” by Nancy Daily-Green, from Celebrating Christmas Yore

“Santa Claus is Pagan, Too” by Emerald Rose, from Rants and Ramble

“Christmas in Scotland” by Marc Gunn
 from Christmas in Scotland Single

“I Want An Alien For Christmas” By The Dregs
 from Dreggnog

“A Pirate’s Christmas Wish” by The Bilge Pumps 
from A Pirate’s Christmas Wish

“O Come O Come, Emmanuel” by Moat Jumper
 from Christmas At The Renaissance Fair

“Boar’s Head Carol” by Coyote Run, from Tend the Fire

“Carol of the Bells” by Cast in Bronze, from The Voyage

“This Endris Night” by Heather Dale
 from This Endris Night

Ihr Kinderlein Kommet” by Wicked Tinkers, from Slainte Happy Holidays

“The Holly and the Ivy” by Vince Conaway, from Hang the Holly

“Auld Lang Syne” by Tippler’s Way, from Let a Light Shine

“Wintry Queen” by Diane Linn, from Janus

“Snowbird” by Maidens III
 from Charm & Fire

“In The Bleak Midwinter” by Fugli 
from Il Est Né

“Song for a Winters Night” by Jesse Linder
 from The Bramble  and the Rose

“Turning of the Seasons” by Wine and Alchemy
 from Turning of the Seasons

“Winter’s Farewell” by Kerridwynn, from Winter’s Farewell

“Cold Frosty Morning” by The Gypsy Guerrilla Band, from Ernie’s Pot O’Gold

“No Snow Never” by Craig o’Farrington, from A Rhyme for Orange (and other slices of sillyness)

“Ave Maria” by Malarkey and Poppycock
from A Drink to All!

Renaissance Festival Podcast #224

Music From:

Jon Baade / Sirena – Seelie Players / Celtic Mayhem / The Village Idiots / Blackmore’s Night / Cedric’s Overmode/ Siler & ClarcBocca Musica / Craig of Farrington / DeCantus/ Mistress Bawd / Boogie Knights

Sponsor:

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THIS WEEK:

Hiring Faire by Jon Baade from Cliché Banter

Scarborough Faire by Sirena – Seelie Players from Sirena

She Moved Through The Faire by Celtic Mayhem from Celtic Mayhem

Ren Girl by The Village Idiots from Chamber of Stupidity

Renaissance Faire by Blackmore’s Night from Shadow o The Moon

Bring on the Faire by James Hazlerig from Cedric’s Overmode

 

Two Long At The Faire by Siler & Clarc from Two Long At The Faire

 

Party At The Faire by Bocca Musica from The Lusty Wench

 

Craig’s not at the Faire by Craig of Farrington from Blue upon Blue

 

She Moved through the Faire by DeCantus from Tonight We’ll Merry Bee

 

Renaissance Theme by Mistress Bawd from Give Back My Bordello

 

 

Banned From the Renaissance by Boogie Knights from Many A Sleepless Knight

Renaissance Festival Podcast #223 – Halloween Show Special

Music from Marc Gunn, Marooned, Blackmore’s Night, Canned Haggis, Castlebay, Jenna Greene, Boogie Knights, Howl-O, Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogs, and The Dregs

Sponsor:

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THIS WEEK:

“A Rabbit for Halloween” by Marc Gunn
from What Color Is Your Dragon

“Fair Maiden’s Ghost” by Marooned
from Better Than Live

“Ghost Of A Rose” by Blackmore’s Night
from Ghost Of A Rose

“Witch of the West Mer-Land” by Canned Haggis
from Rough Draft

“Country Gardens / Harvest Home” by Castlebay
from Tapestry II – Garden of Green

“Harvest” by Jenna Greene
from Crossroads

“Hunting Vampires Down at the Graveyard” by Boogie Knights
from Oh, The Horror!

“All Through The Night” by Howl-O
from Ren-ditions

“Skeleton Crew” by Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogs
from Tales of the Black Dog

“Zombies in the Shire” by The Dregs
from Angelina Farewell Concert

Renaissance Festival Podcast #222 – Live from Arizona Renaissance Festival 2014

Music from Tartanic, The Tortuga Twins, Neidfyre, Cast In Bronze, and Hey Nunnie Nunnie!

Sponsor:

Celtic Invasion Vacations

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THIS WEEK:

“Auld in Blue” by Tartanic
from Universal

FEATURE – Fairhaven Morris

FEATURE – Bungled Jungle

FEATURE – The Tortuga Twins

“Sardinia Song” by The Tortuga Twins
from Big, Bad Wolf Show… Live!

FEATURE – Ravensburg Chain Maille

FEATURE – The Clan Tynker

FEATURE – The Washing Well Wenches

“Ma’Na Vu” by Neidfyre
from Anatidaephobia

FEATURE – The London Broil

FEATURE – Three Guys and a Bunch of Drums

FEATURE – Geoff Marsh

“Trapped” by Cast In Bronze
from The Voyage

FEATURE – The Don Juan and Miguel Show

“St. Anne’s Reel” by Hey Nunnie Nunnie!
from Crusin’

Renaissance Festival Podcast #221

Music from 3 Pints Gone, The BordererS, The Jolly Rogers, Thyme Awaye, Celtic Mayhem, Nancy Daily-Green, Bocca Musica, Queen Anne’s Lace, Jesse Linder and Friends, The Dregs, Marc Gunn, and Abby Green

Sponsor:

Celtic Invasion Vacations

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THIS WEEK:

“Foggy Dew” by 3 Pints Gone
from Health to the Company

“Danny Boy” by The BordererS
from Tales of Love and Loss

“The Clean Song” by The Jolly Rogers
from Pirates’ Gold

“The Gypsy Rover” by Thyme Awaye
from Thyme Awaye

“Spancil Hill” by Celtic Mayhem
from Celtic Mayhem

“I’ll Tell Me Ma / Rakes of Mallow” by Nancy Daily-Green
from Silly Songs of the Selkie / Faire Favorites, Vol. 1

“Wild Rover” by Bocca Musica
from Goin’ South

“Maids When You’re Young” by Queen Anne’s Lace
from Faire… To stormy Weather

“Fiddler’s Green” by Jesse Linder and Friends
from Easy and Free

“Wagon Wheel” by The Dregs
from Uncorked

“Wild Mountain Thyme” by Marc Gunn
from The Bridge

“Parting Glass” by Abby Green
from Einini

Renaissance Festival Podcast #220 – Renaissance Festival Awards Show

Music from Craig of Farrington, Cast in Bronze, Dan the Bard, and Jesse Linder

Sponsor: Renaissance Magazine

Renaissance Magazine is proud to present the winners of the 9th Annual Renaissance Festival Awards! The Awards were created by the Renaissance Festival Podcast and were sponsored by Renaissance Magazine, Marc Gunn’s Celtic Invasion Vacation (Wales in 2014) and The Renaissance Festival Podcast Minions. There were 22 competitive categories in 2013, including the Renaissance Festival Hall of Fame, which highlights the efforts and achievement of outstanding members of the renaissance festival community. The awards are determined by popular vote. Voting starts annually on the 1st of September and continues through the 31st of December. Fan involvement is the key to the success of the Renaissance Festival Awards. This year, 1,838 votes where received through the voting form on the website.

Conversation about the 10th Annual Renaissance Festival Awards for 2014 has begun. Fans may contribute their ideas and opinions through Renaissance Festival Music Facebook page.

The Renaissance Festival Podcast is a free downloadable radio show featuring music, interviews and entertainment by Renaissance festival musicians, performers and more. The show is produced by Matt Ledder, Tony Artym, and Marc Gunn. Listen at www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com or find it on iTunes.

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THIS WEEK:

“I Knew A Woman” by Craig of Farrington
from Nice

“Raging Water” by Cast in Bronze
from Best Day Ever

“Magic Random Fountain” by Dan the Bard
from Epic Lute: Basic Edition

“Morning Glory” by Jesse Linder
from The Bramble and the Rose

Winners of the 9th Annual Renaissance Festival Awards of 2013

Renaissance Magazine is proud to present the winners of the 9th Annual Renaissance Festival Awards! The Awards were created by the Renaissance Festival Podcast and were sponsored by Renaissance Magazine, Marc Gunn’s Celtic Invasion Vacation (Wales in 2014) and The Renaissance Festival Podcast Minions. There were 22 competitive categories in 2013, including the Renaissance Festival Hall of Fame, which highlights the efforts and achievement of outstanding members of the renaissance festival community. The awards are determined by popular vote. Voting starts annually on the 1st of September and continues through the 31st of December. Fan involvement is the key to the success of the Renaissance Festival Awards. This year, 1,838 votes where received through the voting form on the website.

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Best Renaissance Festival

  1. Bristol Renaissance Faire
  2. Scarborough Renaissance Festival
  3. Minnesota Renaissance Festival
  4. The Castle of Muskogee
  5. Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire

Best New Renaissance Festival (3 year or younger)

  1. BlackRock Medieval Festival
  2. San Jose Renaissance Faire
  3. Blackhawk Manor Festival
  4. Oregon Renaissance Festival of Hillsboro
  5. Ren in the Glen

Best New CD 2013

  1. Up The Ante by Musical Blades
  2. The Odyssey by Sirena
  3. That Means Two Things by Righteous Blackguards
  4. Yo Ho! by Bocca Musica
  5. Uncle Remix by Tartanic

Stage shows – Best Non-Musical group (non-comedy performance)

  1. Clan Tynker
  2. Adam Crack: Fire Whip
  3. Vixens En Guarde
  4. Circus Stella
  5. Fandazzi Fire Circus

Stage Shows – Best Musical Group (non-comedy performance)

  1. Sirena
  2. Tartanic
  3. Cu-Dubh
  4. Bounding Main
  5. VaNa MaZi

Best Comedy Musical show (comedy performance, group or solo)

  1. Musical Blades
  2. Iris and Rose
  3. Bounding Main
  4. Hey Nunnie Nunnie!
  5. Righteous Blackguards

Best Non-Musical Comedy Show (non-musical, comedy performance, group or solo)

  1. Tortuga Twins
  2. Barely Balanced
  3. Moonie the Magnificent
  4. Broon
  5. Don Juan and Miguel

Best Musical Solo Show

  1. Craig of Farrington
  2. Cast in Bronze
  3. Dan the Bard
  4. Dylan Robertson
  5. Jesse Linder

Best Non-Musical Solo Show

  1. Moonie the Magnificent
  2. Adam Crack: Fire Whip
  3. Zilch the Torysteller
  4. Broon
  5. Ded Bob Show

Best Bawdy Show (primarily Adult-Oriented, musical or non-musical)

  1. Tortuga Twins
  2. Iris and Rose
  3. Bocca Musica
  4. Christophe the Insultor
  5. Arthur Greenleaf Holmes

Best Stage Combat Troupe (on stage or in the street)

  1. Dirk and Guido: The Swordsmen
  2. Red Griffin Living Chessboard
  3. By the Sword Street Fight Cast Bristol Ren Faire
  4. Don Juan and Miguel
  5. Tortuga Twins

Best Jousting Troupe

  1. Noble Cause Productions
  2. Hanlon-Lees Action Theatre
  3. The Jousters – Steve Cowan and Matthew Mansour
  4. Heroic Knights of Old
  5. Knights of Valour

Best Dance Troupe (on street or stage)

  1. Caravan Dance and Music
  2. Masala Middle Eastern Dance Fusion
  3. Bristol Buskin Frolic
  4. Danse Macabre
  5. Country Garden Dancers

Best Children’s Show (musical or non-musical, on street or stage, group or solo)

  1. Fool Hearty
  2. Cutlass Cooking
  3. Robin Hood & Maid Marian / Patrick & JoNell Franz
  4. Hob the Troll
  5. Gypsy Geoff

Street Performances – Best Solo Performance (one person, musical, or non-musical, on the street and primarily NOT on stage)

  1. Jane the Phoole
  2. Twig the Fairy
  3. Craig of Farrington
  4. Lady Ettie
  5. Hob the Troll

Street Performances – Best Group Performance (musical or non-musical, on the street and primarily NOT stage)

  1. Scarborough Celtic Troupe
  2. Bristol Buskin Frolic
  3. Danse Macabre of Bristol
  4. Fantastikals
  5. Beefcake and Olive

Street Performance – Best Royalty (court name)

  1. Guilde of St. George – Bristol Renaissance Faire
  2. Saint Andrew’s Guild, Noble Order of Royal Scots
  3. Scottish Court of Queen Margaret of Scotland and the Isles
  4. The Castle of Muskogee
  5. Minnesota Royal Court

Best Shop Vendor

  1. Wondrous Works in Wood
  2. Pendragon Costumes
  3. Nomadic Dreams Boutique
  4. Stickbow Archery
  5. Lilly B. Haven

Best food

  1. Turkey Legs
  2. Scotch Eggs
  3. Cheese Fritters
  4. Soup in a Bread Bowl
  5. Steak on a Stake

Best Drink

  1. Mead
  2. Sassafrass
  3. Beer
  4. Water
  5. Lemonade

Best Faire Photography

  1. Michael Ulrich Photography
  2. Ivan Phillips
  3. Photography On The Run
  4. Patty Smith
  5. Ryan Haro

Best Faire Web Community

  1. PaRenFaire.net
  2. RenaissanceFestival.com Forums
  3. Friends of the Maryland Renaissance Festival
  4. At The Faire
  5. Ren Fest Dating

Hall of Fame – Renaissance Festival Legends

  1. Tortuga Twins
  2. Terry Foy
  3. Smee and Blogg

Renaissance Festival Podcast #219 – New Music Special

Music from Jesse Linder, CrossRogues, Friar Finnegan, Owl Morrison, Landloch’d, Dan The Bard, Marc Gunn, Bocca Musica, Sable, Falstaff del’Arpeggio, Iron Hill Vagabonds, The Court Revelers, and The CRAIC Show

Sponsor: Sandra Howard

Today’s show is brought to you by Sandra Howard. Sandra has been involved with Renaissance faires since 1969, and has been on the cast at the Bristol Renaissance Faire for 8 years.

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THIS WEEK:

“Jock Stewart (with CrossRogues)” by Jesse Linder
from Years May Come..

“All the Renfolk” by Friar Finnegan
from Try again

“The Crested Hen” by Owl Morrison
from Playing With Matches

“Mighty Wind” by Landloch’d
from Whiskey’d out to Sea

“Red Dragon Inn” by Dan The Bard
from Epic Lute: Basic Edition

“Mingulay Boat Song” by Marc Gunn
from Scottish Songs Of Drinking & Rebellion

“Dead Men Tell No Tales” by Bocca Musica
from Yo Ho!

“Lady Isabel and the Elf Knight” by Sable
from Pyrates and Pagans

“The Cavalier Song” by Falstaff del’Arpeggio
from Got Grog?

“Gypsy Wine” by Iron Hill Vagabonds
from Circus Vagabonds

“Dulaman” by The Court Revelers
from Revelers On The Rocks

“Stretched on your Grave” by The CRAIC Show
from Pipes & Drums Since 1541

Renaissance Festival Podcast #218 – Kristen’s Totally Inappropriate Porno Bawdy Holiday Special Show

Music from Iris and Rose, Wicked Tinkers, 3 Pints Gone, Queen’s Gambit, The Village Idiots, Siler & Clarc, Bocca Musica, The Jolly Rogers, The Poxy Boggards, Seymoure, Queen Anne’s Lace, Axel the Sot, Craig of Farrington, The Limeybirds, The Merry Wives of Windsor, NeidFyre, and The Dregs

Sponsor: Sandra Howard

Today’s show is brought to you by Sandra Howard. Sandra has been involved with Renaissance faires since 1969, and has been on the cast at the Bristol Renaissance Faire for 8 years.

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THIS WEEK:

“Deformed Farm” by Iris and Rose
from The Crass Menagerie

“The Farmer” by Wicked Tinkers
from Hammered

“The Moose” by 3 Pints Gone
from One More Round

“Moose to Bruce” by Queen’s Gambit
from Off the Board!

“Big Bosomed Girls” by The Village Idiots
from Chamber of Stupidity

“Nine Inch Will Please A Lady” by Siler & Clarc
from Blu

“Enormous Penis” by Bocca Musica
from Goin’ South

“Curvy Girls” by The Jolly Rogers
from Cutlass Cannon and Curves

“She’s a Whore” by The Poxy Boggards
from Liver Let Die

“The Pudding Song” by Seymoure
from Seymoure Says

“The Chandler’s Wife” by Queen Anne’s Lace
from Faire to Stormy Weather

“The Hairs of Her Dickie Di Doh” by Axel the Sot
from Bottled Up!

“When Sylvia is Bathing” by Craig of Farrington
from Naughty

“The Ballad of Sam and Lily” by The Limeybirds
from The Naked Album

“Letters from the Sea” by The Merry Wives of Windsor
from Here’s to the Men

“Angus” by NeidFyre
from Duck Feet Waddling

“Do You Have What I Have?” by The Dregs
from Dreggnog

Renaissance Festival Podcast #217 – Christmas Show Special

Music from Samantha Gillogly, Porter and Stout, Craig Of Farrington, Marc Gunn, Heather Dale, The Gryphon Carolers, The Bilge Pumps, Maidens III, The Gypsy Guerrilla Band, Wine and Alchemy, Jesse Linder, and DeCantus

Sponsor: Sandra Howard

Today’s show is brought to you by Sandra Howard. Sandra has been involved with Renaissance faires since 1969, and has been on the cast at the Bristol Renaissance Faire for 8 years.

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THIS WEEK:

“Boreas” by Samantha Gillogly
from Triad: 3 Songs for the Winter Solstice

“Drive the Cold Winter Away” by Porter and Stout
from Christmas on the Cutlass

“The Holly And The Ivy” by Craig Of Farrington
from Craig at Christmas

“Silent Night (Featuring Kenzie Gunn)” by Marc Gunn
from Silent Night

“Hunting The Wren” by Heather Dale
from The Green Knight

“Gower Wassail” by The Gryphon Carolers
from Song Henge, Vol. 13

“A Pirate’s Christmas Wish” by The Bilge Pumps
from A Pirate’s Christmas Wish

“Snowbird” by Maidens III
from Charm & Fire

“Cold Frosty Morning” by The Gypsy Guerrilla Band
from Ernie’s Pot O’Gold

“Turning of the Seasons” by Wine and Alchemy
from Turning of the Seasons

“Song for a Winters Night” by Jesse Linder
from The Bramble and the Rose

“Auld Lang Syne” by DeCantus
from Bee of Good Cheer!

Renaissance Festival Podcast #216 – Magical Creatures Show Special

Music from Cantiga, Darcy Nair, Neidfyre, The Rogues, In Our Cups, Fugli, Brobdingnagian Bards, Kaade, Heather Alexander, Blackmore’s Night, The Reelies, Brigands’ Folie, Ravens, and Wolgemut

Sponsor: Sandra Howard

Today’s show is brought to you by Sandra Howard. Sandra has been involved with Renaissance faires since 1969, and has been on the cast at the Bristol Renaissance Faire for 8 years.

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THIS WEEK:

“The Enchantment of the Faeries” by Cantiga
from Once Upon A Time

“Eight & Forty Faeries – Eight & Forty Sisters” by Darcy Nair
from I Feel My Heart Fly

“King of Faeries/Rights of Man” by Neidfyre
from Waddles from the Sea

“Slow Air: Faeries Lament” by The Rogues
from Scottish Rogues

“The Dragon and the Virgin” by In Our Cups
from Foolish Pleasure

“Hunting the Unicorn” by Fugli
from Fugli: The Less Than Unauthorized “Bootleg” Edition

“The Unicorn Song” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Songs of Ireland

“Judge a Moth by the Beauty of its Candle: Planxty Pixie Tree Leaf” by Kaade
from Planxties for Pan

“Midsummer” by Heather Alexander
from Midsummer

“Magical World” by Blackmore’s Night
from Shadow of The Moon

“The Fairy Wives Reels” by The Reelies
from Myth and Memory

“The Faerie Thorn” by Brigands’ Folie
from Fog & Fire

“Giant” by Ravens
from Rise with the Moon

“Dance Of The Green Man (Trad.)” by Wolgemut
from Danza

Renaissance Festival Podcast #215 – Pirate Show Special

Music from Rambling Sailors, Henry Martin, Bedlam Bards, Marooned, Water Street Bridge, Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogs, Blackjacks ‘n Blarney, Leza Mesiah, Dogs In Doublets, Fugli, Mallory and McCall, Darcy Nair, The Limeybirds, Musical Blades, and Bocca Musica

Sponsor: Sandra Howard

Today’s show is brought to you by Sandra Howard. Sandra has been involved with Renaissance faires since 1969, and has been on the cast at the Bristol Renaissance Faire for 8 years.

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THIS WEEK:

“Pirate’s Life” by Rambling Sailors
from Bright Shining Clear

“Captain Kidd” by Henry Martin
from On The Salt Sea

“Dark Lady” by Bedlam Bards
from Furious Fancies

“Cuckoo’s Nest” by Marooned
from Better Than Live

“Rum Runners” by Water Street Bridge
from Danse Macabre

“Skeleton Crew” by Capt’n Black’s Sea Dogs
from Tales of the Black Dog

“A Pirate’s Tale” by Blackjacks ‘n Blarney
from Bite Size

“Drunken Sailor (Sea Shanty)” by Leza Mesiah
from The Moor of Dundee

“Ninja Pirate Monkeys” by Dogs In Doublets
from The Dark Cutesy

“Pirate At The Bar” by Fugli
from Fugli: The Less Than Unauthorized “Bootleg” Edition

“Pirate’s Love Song” by Mallory and McCall
from Kings of the Sea

“Waves On The Sea” by Darcy Nair
from I Feel My Heart Fly

“Faith’s Pirate Jokes” by The Limeybirds
from Yo-HO!

“Derelict (Yo Ho Ho and a Bottle of Rum)” by Musical Blades
from Live At Pubs and Pirate-Core

“Dead Men Tell No Tales” by Bocca Musica
from Yo Ho!

Renaissance Festival Podcast #214 – Live from Bristol Renaissance Faire 2013

Music from Sirena, Tartanic, Iris and Rose, Iron Hill Vagabonds, At Your Service, Dan The Bard, and Jesse Linder

Sponsor: Sandra Howard

Today’s show is brought to you by Sandra Howard. Sandra has been involved with Renaissance faires since 1969, and has been on the cast at the Bristol Renaissance Faire for 8 years.

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THIS WEEK:

FEATURE – Mockingbird Studio

FEATURE – Sirena

“The Quest” by Sirena
from Live at Bristol 2013

“Siren Sky” by Sirena
from The Odyssey

FEATURE – Wondrous Works in Wood

FEATURE – Tartanic

“Rock Monster” by Tartanic
from Universal

“Ghost Hunt/T N T” by Tartanic
from Universal

FEATURE – Windwood Flutes

FEATURE – Aerial Silk Fantasy

FEATURE – Blackheath Books

FEATURE – Iris and Rose

“The Bantam Cock” by Iris and Rose
from Knees Up!

“The Facebook Song” by Iris and Rose
from Knees Up!

FEATURE – Jane the Phoole

FEATURE – Iron Hill Vagabonds

“Hills of Connemara” by Iron Hill Vagabonds
from Circus Vagabonds

“The Parting Glass” by Iron Hill Vagabonds
from To the Four Winds

FEATURE – Cutlass Cooking

FEATURE – At Your Service

“At Your Service Theme Song” by At Your Service
from Live at Bristol 2013

FEATURE – Dave Byron

FEATURE – Dan The Bard and D&D

“The Owlbear Song” by Dan The Bard
from Manticores and Owlbears – Songs about Dragons and the Dungeons in which they dwell!

“Pete the Polymorpher” by Dan The Bard
from Manticores and Owlbears – Songs about Dragons and the Dungeons in which they dwell!

FEATURE – Ded Bob

FEATURE – Jesse Linder

“The Day of the Clipper” by Jesse Linder
from Years May Come…

“A Prayer for My Friends” by Jesse Linder
from Live at Bristol 2013

Renaissance Festival Podcast #213 – On the Road to Bristol

Music from Circa Paleo, Minstrel Woode, The BorderCollies, DeCantus, Bedlam Bards & Marc Gunn, The Dregs, Jed Marum, Jim Hancock, Rambling Sailors, and Bounding Main

Sponsor:

Celtic Invasion Vacations

Today’s show is brought to you by The Celtic Invasion Vacations
Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? Join Marc Gunn on a Celtic Invasion Vacation! You will enjoy a small, friendly group that is one-third the size of most tour groups. You will relax and savor the land like a local as you experience our motto: good food, good drink, and good company. Plus, you will enjoy lots of great Celtic music from Marc Gunn and others in local pubs. Smile, laugh, and sing-along as you enjoy exotic sites around the world, and make lots of new memories with Marc Gunn’s Celtic Invasion Vacations. Join the invasion today at www.celticinvasion.com.

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THIS WEEK:

“Origins” by Circa Paleo
from Tideland

“I’ll Be On My Way” by Minstrel Woode
from Driftwoode

“Dwarf Traveling Song/Toss the Dwarf” by The BorderCollies
from Laird of the Rings

“The Girl I Left Behind Me” by DeCantus
from Tonight We’ll Merry Bee

“It’s Good to Have Jayne on Your Side” by Bedlam Bards & Marc Gunn
from Firefly Drinking Songs

“Rainbow Connection” by The Dregs
from Uncorked

“Soul of a Wanderer” by Jed Marum
from The Soul of a Wanderer

“Ramblin Sailor” by Jim Hancock
from Rolling Home

“Sailor’s Prayer” by Rambling Sailors
from Wanderlust

“Bristol Girls” by Bounding Main
from Going Overboard

Renaissance Festival Podcast #212 – Live from Convergence 2013

Music from Tanya Brody and The Court Revelers

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THIS WEEK:

“Any Child’s Lullabye” by Tanya Brody
from Live from Convergence 2013

“King of All Birds” by Tanya Brody
from Live from Convergence 2013

“Maiden’s Revenge” by Tanya Brody
from Live from Convergence 2013

“O Eyes of My Beloved” by The Court Revelers
from Live from Convergence 2013

“The Cuiscin Lan” by The Court Revelers
from Live from Convergence 2013

FEATURE – Storytelling by Manna and Emily

Renaissance Festival Podcast #211 – 8th Anniversary Drinking Show Special

Music from Marc Gunn, The Pyrates Royale, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Molly and the Tinker, Ceann, Axel the Sot, Joni Minstrel, Siler and Clarc, Brian Leo, Jesse Linder, 3 Pints Gone, Musical Blades, The Poxy Boggards, Brobdingnagian Bards, and The Jolly Rogers

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THIS WEEK:

Welcome to the 8th Anniversary of the Renaissance Festival Podcast! It’s our drinking show! The Renaissance Festival Podcast is not responsible in any way for the drunkenness that may occur whilst listening to and/or partaking in this show. Remember to please drink responsibly.

The Renaissance Festival Podcast Drinking Game! Take a drink when…

1. There is a stumble or screw up
2. Any of the words Beer, Whiskey, Ale, Rum, or Mead are mentioned
3. When Marc, or any one else on the show promotes themselves
4. Marc or any one else on the show plugs one of their other shows
5. When we make up some facts that are not true
6. For any time one of the hosts laugh
7. Take 2 shots if someone picks on Marc
8. When the words Wench(es) or Lass(es) are mentioned, take bawdy shot off the person closest to you

“Beer, Beer, Beer” by Marc Gunn
from Kilted for Her Pleasure

“We’re Here To Drink The Whiskey” by The Pyrates Royale
from Black Jack

“We Love Beer” by The Merry Wives of Windsor
from Bottoms Up

“One More Beer” by Molly and the Tinker
from Triumphs, Tears and Treasures

“Green Beer” by Ceann
from Almost Irish

“Beer Is Better Than Women” by Axel the Sot
from Tales From The Tavern

“Whiskey and Beer” by Joni Minstrel
from Joni Minstrel Kicks the king

“Whiskey, Wine and Beer” by Siler and Clarc
from Blu

“Whiskey, Stout and Beer” by Brian Leo
from Tinker’s Rest

“The Humors of Whiskey” by Jesse Linder
from The Bramble and the Rose

“Nancy Whiskey” by 3 Pints Gone
from One More Round

“Whiskey in the Jar” by Musical Blades
from Musical Blades Singles

“Whiskey You’re the Devil” by The Poxy Boggards
from The Poxy Boggards Singles

“Johnny Jump Up” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from The Holy Grail of Irish Drinking Songs

“All For Me Grog” by The Jolly Rogers
from Pirates’ Gold

Renaissance Festival Podcast #210 – New Music Special

Music from The Laughing Hearts, Cu Dubh, David Macejka, The Dregs, Tartanic, and Sable Aradia

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THIS WEEK:

“Rye Whiskey” by The Laughing Hearts
from Laughing Hearts Live!

“Como Poden” by The Laughing Hearts
from Laughing Hearts Live!

“Sacred Heart” by Cu Dubh
from Walkin’ the Cinders

“Saiidi/Masmoudi/Fellahin” by David Macejka
from Poi for Gadje

“Pills of White Mercury” by The Dregs
from Do It Like You’re Drunk

“Fields of Athenry” by The Dregs
from Do It Like You’re Drunk

“Morrison’s Day” by Tartanic
from Universal

“Haboob” by Tartanic
from Universal

“The Pendragon’s Sword” by Sable Aradia
from Of Dragons and Unicorns

“Dragonflight” by Sable Aradia
from Of Dragons and Unicorns

Renaissance Festival Podcast #209

Music from Pandora Celtica, The Brobdingnagian Bards, Blackmore’s Night, Cu Dubh, The Bedlam Bards, Wicked Tinkers, Tania Opland and Mike Freeman, Jesse Linder, The Lost Boys, The Rogues, Ceann, and Flying Fish Sailors

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THIS WEEK:

“Rosslyn is Fading” by Pandora Celtica
from Out Of The Box

“Lothlorien” by The Brobdingnagian Bards
from Memories of Middle Earth

“Queen For A Day (Part 2)” by Blackmore’s Night
from Ghost Of A Rose

“Wickerman” by Cu Dubh
from Order of the Owl

“Maids, When You’re Young, Never Wed an Old Man” by The Bedlam Bards
from Take Out The Trash

“Those Marching O’Neills” by Wicked Tinkers
from Hammered

“MaryLou Murphy’s” by Tania Opland and Mike Freeman
from Cut to Rhythms

“Pamela Brown” by Jesse Linder
from The Bramble and the Rose

“Back In the Stocks Again” by The Lost Boys
from Heroes & Scoundrels

“Miss P.” by The Rogues
from Off Kilter

“Where’s Your Kilt” by Ceann
from Making Friends

“Goodbye Mursheen Durkin” by Flying Fish Sailors
from Remnant Stew

Renaissance Festival Podcast #208

Music from Tartanic, Julia Bemi, Merry Mischief, Owain Phyfe, Merry Wives of Windsor, The Brobdingnagian Bards, Marc Gunn, Wicked Tinkers, Emerald Rose, Tippler’s Way, Nancy Daily-Green, and 3 Pints Gone

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THIS WEEK:

“Ghost Hunt/T.N.T.” by Tartanic
from Universal

Thrift Shop Renaissance Festival Parody” by Julia Bemi
from Mike Marin Productions

“Haul Away Joe” by Merry Mischief
from ScallyWags

“Chan Chan” by Owain Phyfe
from Lagrimas de Sangria

“My Johnny Was A Shoemaker” by Merry Wives of Windsor
from Tales from Windsor Tavern

“None But a Harper” by The Brobdingnagian Bards
from Marked By Great Size

“Buttercup’s Lament” by Marc Gunn
from Soul of a Harper

“6/8 Marches” by Wicked Tinkers
from Whisky Supper

“Castle or Arianrhod” by Emerald Rose
from That Night in the Garden

“The Captain’s Lady” by Tippler’s Way
from Let A Light Shine

“Frost Is All Over/Haste to the Wedding” by Nancy Daily-Green
from singing, dancing everywhere

“Step it out Mary” by 3 Pints Gone
from Health to the Company

Renaissance Festival Podcast – April Fool’s Day 2013

Music from In Our Cups, Iris and Rose, Fugli, Bocca Musica, Blackmore’s Night, Crass Roots, Pirate Comedy Show, Axel the Sot, and Pyrates Royale

Sponsor:

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THIS WEEK:

“One Foot in the Grave” by In Our Cups
from Foolish Pleasures

“The Limrick Song” by Iris and Rose
from Bedtime Stories

“(The Mad Merry Pranks of) Robin Goodfellow” by Fugli
from Shakespeare: All the Thrills Without the Frills

“Eight Drunken Jokes” by Bocca Musica
from Lusty Wench

“Fool’s Gold” by Blackmore’s Night
from Under a violet Moon

“Limerick One/Boozin” by Crass Roots
from The Orphaned Celtic Children’s Whiskey Fund

“Patrons are Funny” by Pirate Comedy Show
from Pirate Comedy Show Album

“The Limrick Song (Live)” by Axel the Sot
from Tales from the Tavern

“Black Joke” by Pyrates Royale
from Black Joke

Renaissance Festival Podcast #206

Music from 3 Pints Gone, Queen’s Gambit, The Bilge Pumps, Blackmore’s Night, Nancy Daily-Green, Bedlam Bards and Marc Gunn, Wolgemut, Molly and the Tinker, Emerald Rose, Cantiga, The Crimson Pirates, and C. Wayne Owens

Sponsor:

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Today’s show is brought to you by The Celtic Invasion of the Highlands of Scotland
Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? When you join Marc Gunn on a Celtic Invasion Vacation, you aren’t packed in a bus like sardines. You’re not desperately racing from one over overcrowded tourist site to another. Instead, you will relax and savor the land like a local as you experience our motto–good food, good drink, and good company. In June 2013, you can see the Highlands of Scotland as we raid the countryside of Inverness before descending on Sterling. There will be music and excitement like you’ve never seen before with Marc Gunn’s Celtic Invasion of Scotland. Join the invasion today at www.celticinvasion.com.

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THIS WEEK:

“Spancil Hill” by 3 Pints Gone
from Home Brew

“Galway Shawl” by Queen’s Gambit
from Fianchetto

“Sailor’s Prayer” by The Bilge Pumps
from We Don’t Know

“Locked Within the Crystal Ball” by Blackmore’s Night
from Secret Voyage

“London Julies” by Nancy Daily-Green
from Silly Songs of the Selkie/Faire Favorites Vol 1

“Monahan’s Mudder’s Milk” by Bedlam Bards and Marc Gunn
from Firefly Drinking Songs

“Tourdion” by Wolgemut
from Schauspeluden

“Norfolk and Good” by Molly and the Tinker
from Pour Us Another One

“Chocolate Frog” by Emerald Rose
from Con Suite

“The Kings Quest” by Cantiga
from Once Upon a Time

“Fire Maringo” by The Crimson Pirates
from Putrid and Disgusting

“It’s Alright So Far” by C. Wayne Owens
from Seymoure Says

Renaissance Festival Podcast #205 – St. Patrick’s Day Special

Music from The Dregs, Marc Gunn, Ceann, Brobdingagian Bards, Jesse Linder and Friends, Merry Wives of Windsor, Craig of Farrington, Barleyjuice, Rambling Sailors, Bounding Main, Abby Green, and The Interpreters

Sponsor:

Celtic Invasion of the Highlands of Scotland

Today’s show is brought to you by The Celtic Invasion of the Highlands of Scotland
Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? When you join Marc Gunn on a Celtic Invasion Vacation, you aren’t packed in a bus like sardines. You’re not desperately racing from one over overcrowded tourist site to another. Instead, you will relax and savor the land like a local as you experience our motto–good food, good drink, and good company. In June 2013, you can see the Highlands of Scotland as we raid the countryside of Inverness before descending on Sterling. There will be music and excitement like you’ve never seen before with Marc Gunn’s Celtic Invasion of Scotland. Join the invasion today at www.celticinvasion.com.

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THIS WEEK:

“Irish Girl” by The Dregs
from Angelina Farewell Concert

“Killkelly, Ireland” by Marc Gunn
from Not every day is St. Patrick’s Day

“Almost Irish” by Ceann
from Almost Irish

“A Begging I Will Go” by The Brobdingnagian Bards
from The Holy Grail of Irish Drinking Songs

“Irish Emigrants Trilogy” by Jesse Linder and Friends
from Easy and Free

“Wild Rover” by Merry Wives of Windsor
from Bottoms Up

“The Lady Says She’s Irish” by Craig of Farrington
from A Rhyme for Orange

“Weekend Irish” by Barleyjuice
from A Night at the Pub

“Fiddler’s Green” by Rambling Sailors
from Bright Shining Clear

“Green Eyed Girl” by Bounding Main
from Kraken up

“Wild Mountain Thyme” by Abby Green
from Fig for a Kiss

“Parting Glass” by The Interpreters
from Be Gentle

Renaissance Festival Podcast #204 – Renaissance Festival Awards Show

Music from Tartanic, Circa Paleo, Abby Green, Iris and Rose, Sirena, Cu-Dubh, Sarah Marie Mullen, Craig of Farrington, Bocca Musica, Hey Nunnie Nunnie, Axel the Sot, The Jolly Rogers, The Dregs, Empty Hats, The Village Idiots, Cast in Bronze, and Owain Phyfe

Sponsor: Renaissance Magazine

Today’s show is brought to you by Renaissance Magazine, co-sponsor of the Renaissance Festival Awards.

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THIS WEEK:

“Ringworm” by Tartanic
from Uncensored Archives Vol 1 (live)

“Elzik’s Farewell” by Circa Paleo
from Eleven Lives

“Castle Of Dromore” by Abby Green
from Einini

“Show Us Your Leg” by Iris and Rose
from The Bust of Iris and Rose

“Scarborough Faire” by Sirena
from Sirena

“Hrafn” by Cu-Dubh
from Order of the Owl

“The Autumn King” by Sarah Marie Mullen
from Harper’s Bizarre

“Nearly Rivendell” by Craig of Farrington
from Easy Being

“The Money Rolls In” by Bocca Musica
from Drynk of Choice

“The Mary Query” by Hey Nunnie Nunnie
from Hey Nunnie Nunnie

“We Shouldn’t Say Vagina” by Axel the Sot
from The Trouble with an Orgy

“The Pirate Ward” by The Jolly Rogers
from Pirates’ Gold

“Six days on Land” by The Dregs
from Uncorked

“Star Of The County Down” by Empty Hats
from Released

“Faire Day” by The Village Idiots
from Chamber of Stupidity

“Music for the Twilight” by Cast in Bronze
from Sprit of the Bells

“Since First I Saw Your Face” by Owain Phyfe
from Where Beauty Moves and Wit Delights

Winners of the 8th Annual Renaissance Festival Awards of 2012

The Renaissance Festival Podcast, in association with Renaissance Magazine and the Celtic Music CD Store, is pleased to announce the winners of the Renaissance Festival Awards for 2012.  The Awards debuted in 2005 and are now a favorite of the podcast and Renaissance festival fans everywhere. This year, we had 26 categories and were pleased to have thousands of votes.

The Awards were determined by popular vote. Voting begins annually on the 1st of September and continues through the 31st of December. Votes are submitted though the voting form at www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com/awards. The Awards also feature the Renaissance Festival Hall of Fame category, to highlight the efforts and achievement of outstanding members of the Renaissance Festival Community. Articles on the past Hall-of-Famers can be found on the website as will.

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Renaissance Festivals

Best Renaissance Festival

  1. Bristol Rennaissance Faire, www.renfair.com/bristol/
  2. Scarborough Rennaissance Festival, www.srfestival.com/
  3. Carolina Rennaissance Festival, www.royalfaires.com/carolina/
  4. Minnesota Renaissance Festival, www.renaissancefest.com/
  5. Texas Renaissance Festival, www.texrenfest.com/

Best New Renaissance Festival (3 years or younger)

  1. Sherwood Renaissance Festival, www.sherwoodforestfaire.com
  2. BlackRock Medieval Summerfest, www.blackrockfest.com
  3. Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Festival, www.mfrenfaire.com
  4. Door County Renaissance Fantasy Faire, www.doorcowirenaissance.com
  5. Glen fests; www.glenfests.com

Best New CD Released in 2012

  1. “The Trouble With An Orgy” by Axel The Sot
  2. “Sirena” by Sirena
  3. “Beg, Borrow, and Steal” by The Jolly Rogers
  4. “Cocked & Loaded” by Bocca Musica
  5. “Do It Like You’re Drunk” by the Dregs

 

Stage Shows

Best Music Group (non-comedy music performance)

  1. Tartanic, www.tartanic.net
  2. Circa Paleo, www.circapaleo.com
  3. Empty Hats, www.emptyhats.com
  4. Sirena, http://www.wearesirena.com/
  5. Cu-Dubh, www.cudubh.com

Best Non-Musical Group (non-comedy performance)

  1. Circus Stella, www.circusstella.com
  2. Alice the Cook, www.alicethecook.com
  3. Suitcase Shakespeare, www.suitcaseshakes.org
  4. Sky Kings Falconry, www.skykingsfalconry.com
  5. Clan Tynker, www.clantynker.com

Best Comedy Musical Show (comedy performance, group or solo)

  1. Hey, Nunnie Nunnie, www.heynunnienunnie.com
  2. Iris and Rose, www.iris-n-rose.com
  3. The Jolly Rogers, www.chivalry.com/jollyrogers/
  4. The Village Idiots, www.facebook.com/the.village.idiots
  5. The Dregs, www.the-dregs.net

Best Non-Musical Comedy Show (non-musical, comedy performance, group or solo)

  1. Tortuga Twins, www.tortugatwins.com
  2. Barley Balanced, www.barelybalanced.com
  3. Don Juan and Miguel, www.donjuanandmiguel.com
  4. MooNiE and Broon, www.moonieandbroon.com
  5. Ded Bob Show, www.dedbob.com

Best Music Solo Show

  1. Owain Phyfe, www.owainphyfe.com
  2. Cast In Bronze, www.castinbronze.com
  3. Abby Green,www.abbygreen.com
  4. Craig of Farrington, www.craigminstrel.com
  5. Axle the Sot, www.chivalry.com/axel/

Best Non-Musical Solo Show

  1. Moonie the Magnificent, www.moonieandbroon.com
  2. Zilch the Torysteller, www.torysteller.com
  3. Ded Bob, www.dedbob.com
  4. Adam Crack Fire Whip Show, www.winrichwhips.com
  5. Broon, www.moonieandbroon.com

Best Bawdy Show: (primarily Adult-Oriented, musical or non-musical)

  1. The Tortuga Twins, www.tortugatwins.com
  2. Iris n’ Rose, www.iris-n-rose.com
  3. Axle the Sot, www.chivalry.com/axel
  4. Bocca Musica, www.boccamusica.com
  5. Christophe the Insultor, www.christopherbuehlman.com

Best Stage Combat Group (on stage or in the street)

  1. Don Juan and Miguel, www.donjuanandmiguel.com
  2. Bawdily Harm, www.facebook.com/Bawdily.Harm
  3. The Fight Cast – By the Sword from the Bristol Renaissance Faire
  4. Fight School, www.freewebs.com/fightschool101
  5. Vixens En garde, vixensengarde.posterous.com

Best Jousting Troupe

  1. Hanlon-Lees Action Theatre, www.hanlon-lees.com
  2. Noble Cause Productions, www.noblecausejoust.com
  3. Freelancers, www.facebook.com/pages/The-Free-Lancers/90519071905
  4. Knights of Mayhem, www.knightsofmayhem.com
  5. Knights of Valour, www.knightsofvalour.ca

Best Dance Troupe (on stage or in the street)

  1. Masala Gypsy Dancers, www.masalafusiondance.com
  2. Jewels of the caravan, www.magic-hips.com/bio/jewels_of_the_caravan
  3. Country Garden Dancers, cgdancers.webs.com
  4. Gypsy Dance Theatre, www.gdtlive.com
  5. Tribal de Luna, www.marozniabellydance.com/tribal_de_luna_gypsy_dancers

Best Children’s Stage Show (musical or non-musical, on stage, group or solo)

  1. Alleyn Apprentice Players
  2. Fool Hearty, www.foolhearty.com
  3. Robin Hood and Maid Marian, www.patfranz.com
  4. Cutlass Cooking, www.printfection.com/cutlasscooking
  5. Noobler the Tinker Gnome, www.nooblerthetinkergnome.com

 

Street Performances

Best Solo Performance (One person, musical or non-musical on the streets and primarily NOT on stage)

  1. Twig the Fairy, www.twigthefairy.com
  2. Jane the Phoole, blog.phoole.com
  3. Craig of Farrington, www.craigminstrel.com
  4. Sarah Marie Mullen, www.sarahtheharpist.com
  5. Owain Phyfe, www.owainphyfe.com

Best Group Performance (musical or non-musical, on the streets and primarily NOT on stage)

  1. Scarborough Celtic Troupe, www.facebook.com/deidre.davidrson1
  2. Sea Sirens, www.facebook.com/TheSeaSirens
  3. Nickel Shakespeare Girls, www.nickelshakespearegirls.com
  4. Thoren Grymm’s Pub Crawl, www.facebook.com/ThorensPubCrawl
  5. Fantastikals, www.facebook.com/pages/Fantastikals-at-the-Renaissance-Pleasure-Faire/369957299682605

Best Street Cast (Name of Renaissance Festival)

  1. Bristol Renaissance Festival, www.renfair.com/bristol
  2. Scarborough Renaissance Festival, www.srfestival.com
  3. Minnesota Renaissance Festival, www.renaissancefest.com
  4. Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire, www.parenfaire.com
  5. Maryland Renaissance Festival, www.rennfest.com

Best Opening Gate Show (A Renaissance Festival)

  1. Bristol Renaissance Festival, www.renfair.com/bristol
  2. Scarborough Renaissance Festival, www.srfestival.com
  3. Minnesota Renaissance Festival, www.renaissancefest.com
  4. Carolina Renaissance Festival, www.royalfaires.com/carolina
  5. Pennsylvania Renaissance Festival, www.parenfaire.com

Best Royalty (Court name)

  1. Queen Margaret of Scotland and the Isles (Scarborough Renaissance Festival), www.facebook.com/QueenMargaretofScotlandandtheIsles
  2. Guilde of St. George (Bristol Renaissance Faire), www.stgeorgebristol.org
  3. Minnesota Royal Court (Minnesota Renaissance festival), www.facebook.com/pages/Minnesota-Royal-Court/146123492085457?fref=ts
  4. St. Andrews Royal Order of Noble Scots, (Northern California), www.facebook.com/pages/Saint-Andrews-Noble-Order-of-Royal-Scots/372789759870
  5. Tennessee Royal Court

 

Miscellaneous

Best Shop Vendor

  1. Nomadic Dreams Boutique, www.nomadicdreamsboutique.com
  2. Sons of Sandlar, www.sonofsandlar.com
  3. Moresca Clothing & Costume, www.moresca.com
  4. Pendragon Costumes, www.pendragoncostumes.com
  5. Wayward Ware Children’s Clothing, www.waywardware.com

Best Food

  1. Turkey Legs
  2. Scotch Eggs
  3. Bread bowls
  4. Cheese Fritters
  5. Steak on a Stick

Best Drink

  1. Mead
  2. Sassafras
  3. Thorin’s Viking Mead
  4. BEER
  5. Cider

Best Faire Photography

  1. Gar Travis Photography, www.garphoto.com/faire/
  2. Photography on the Run, www.pbase.com/paul42
  3. Michael Ulrich photography, www.michaelulrich.com
  4. Ivan Phillips
  5. Kevin Hedgecock Photography, www.kevinhedgecockphoto.com

Best Faire Web Community

  1. Pa ren faire, www.parenfaire.net
  2. RenaissanceFestival.com, www.renaissancefestival.com
  3. MDRF Friends of Faire, mdfof.proboards.com/index.cgi
  4. World of Rennies, www.worldofrennies.com
  5. AtTheFaire.com, www.atthefaire.com/index.htm

Best Renaissance Festival Magazine

  1. Renaissance Magazine, www.renaissancemagazine.com
  2. faerie Magazine, www.faeriemagazine.com
  3. Pyrates Way, www.pyratesway.com
  4. The Buck and Mug
  5. Mermaid and Mythology Magazine, www.themermaidmagazine.com

Best Renaissance Faire Fan Page

  1. Bristol Renaissance Faire Facebook Page, www.facebook.com/bristol.faire
  2. Texas Renaissance Festival Facebook Page, www.facebook.com/texrenfest
  3. Queen Margaret of Scotland and the Isles Facebook Page, www.facebook.com/QueenMargaretofScotlandandtheIsles
  4. I love Bawdy Renaissance Festivals Facebook Page, www.facebook.com/BawdyRenFests
  5. Minnesota Renaissance Festival facebook page, www.facebook.com/minnesotarenaissancefestival

Hall of Fame

Owain Phyfe, www.owainphyfe.com

 

Thanks….

“Her Majesty, Mary Queen of Scots and all of St Andrews Noble Order of Royal Scots are most well pleased and honored to have earned the honor of Best Royalty for 2012.Her Majesty does extend heartiest thanks and gratitude to all her subjects and friends who did cast their vote in her favor. God Save the Queen! “Thank you!” – St Andrew’s Noble Order of Royal Scots

“To all of our Friends and Fans, thank you so much! We love what we do, and it is a special thrill to be able to perform for such wonderful and appreciative audiences. Looking forward to saucily swashbuckling our way through more Shakespeare this season with two new shows! Stay tuned for further details on our Facebook page!” – the Vixens En

“The Texas Renaissance Festival is very grateful for all the fans that voted for us in the Best Renaissance Faire Fan Page in the 8th Annual Renaissance Festival Awards! The fan page has given us a chance to entertain you for more than just the 8 weekends that we see you in The Kingdom and enabled us to get closer to our fans as well. One of the best things about our Facebook page is having ticket contest with you and unveiling our remodel and construction projects! There has never been a way for us to hear your voice like we hear it now and we love your tone!? Thanks again and see you October 12th!??” – Texas Renaissance Festival.

“Ahoy! and a big Thank You to everyone who voted for me. I love performing for you all and I raise a toast daily and nightly (and in between) to all my friends and fans! It is a rare pleasure to be able to make people laugh for a living and to be able to make a living at it. I am truly blessed.” – Axel the Sot

“On behalf of the entire Suitcase Shakespeare ensemble, we are humbled to be recognized by such respected friends and colleagues as all of you! As we continue our fifth season, we hope to cross paths with you on the circuit with new shows and new adventures. Thank you!” – The Suitcase Shakespeare Co

“I wanted to take this opportunity to thank my countless fans for their adoration of my Renaissance Faire photography, I have served as the chief entertainment photographer for the Renaissance Pleasure Faire Southern California™ as the “Company Etcher” since 2006 and every day among the participants has been an enjoyable experience.” – Gar Travis?

“Don Juan, Miguel, and the Princess Esmeralda thank all of our fans for voting for us and giving us this 3rd for Best Non-Musical Comedy Show award. There are so many fine and funny groups in our Renaissance community tat we a re pleased and proud to be counted among them! Thank you again, or, as we say is Spain – “Muchas Gracias”….” – Don Juan, Miguel, and the Princess Esmeralda

“The Scarborough Celtic Troupe would like to first thank our amazing fans for supporting us and voting us the “best group performance” on the streets, this year, in the 8th Annual Renaissance Festival Awards. This is truly a great honor for our Troupe in its 2nd year as a street performance group. Thank you to Renaissance Magazine and Celtic music Magazine for sponsoring these awards. We would also like to thank the owners and management of Scarborough Renaissance Festival for having the faith in us to allow us the opportunity to perform in their lanes. If you have not met us yet, join us in the lanes at Scarborough Renaissance Festival.” – The Scarborough Celtic Troupe

“We at World of Rennies would like to thank those who voted for us. We hope you continue to enjoy our site and we look forward to an even better 2013. We could not have done this without you and we enjoy your support.” – David Brown President World of Rennies LLC

“Thanks? CHEERS!!! Honored and humbled again!!!!!! – Jane the Phool Ann-Elizabeth Shapera

“What wonderful news!! I am so honored. Thank you so much! – Alice the Cook

“Thank you to everyone who voted! It is such an honor to be able to meet and spend time with all of you at the festival and interact with you online. I’m so lucky to have such amazing support and I’m reminded of how fortunate I am every single day!” – twig

Renaissance Festival Podcast #203

Music from The Rosewood Guild, Cantiga, Brobdingnagian Bards, Blackmore’s Night, Marc Gunn, Albannach, Tullamore, Sarah Marie Mullen, David Arkenstone, Circa Paleo, Cast in Bronze, and Big Drum Sound

Sponsor:

Celtic Invasion of the Highlands of Scotland

Today’s show is brought to you by The Celtic Invasion of the Highlands of Scotland
Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? When you join Marc Gunn on a Celtic Invasion Vacation, you aren’t packed in a bus like sardines. You’re not desperately racing from one over overcrowded tourist site to another. Instead, you will relax and savor the land like a local as you experience our motto–good food, good drink, and good company. In June 2013, you can see the Highlands of Scotland as we raid the countryside of Inverness before descending on Sterling. There will be music and excitement like you’ve never seen before with Marc Gunn’s Celtic Invasion of Scotland. Join the invasion today at www.celticinvasion.com.

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THIS WEEK:

“Scarborough” by The Rosewood Guild
from Forever In A Day

“The Wizard” by Cantiga
from Once Upon A Time

“Lady Faery” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from Marked By the Great Size

“Dance Of The Darkness” by Blackmore’s Night
from Autumn Sky

“Fairy Tale Waltz” by Marc Gunn
from Heart’s Ease

“Hail to the Heroes” by Albannach
from The Sub-Zero Sessions EP

“The Butcher’s Set” by Tullamore
from Wild and Wicked Youth

“Planxty Irwin” by Sarah Marie Mullen
from We brought the Summer With Us

“The Shore of Kinsale” by David Arkenstone
from Spirit of Ireland

“Kashmir” by Circa Paleo
from Roseland

“Spirit of Rhythm” by Cast in Bronze
from Best Day Ever

“Percussion Marmalade” by Big Drum Sound
from Big Drum Sound

Renaissance Festival Podcast #202 – Kristen’s Totally Inappropriate Porno Bawdy Holiday Special

Music from The Village Idiots, The Dregs, Bocca Musica, Axel the Sot, The Belles Of Bedlam, The Other Woman, Half Pint, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Interpreters, Molly & The Tinker, Merry Mischief, Craig of Farrington, Marc Gunn, Iris and Rose, and Water Street Bridge

Sponsor: Celtic Invasion of the Highlands of Scotland

Today’s show is brought to you by The Celtic Invasion of the Highlands of Scotland
Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? When you join Marc Gunn on a Celtic Invasion Vacation, you aren’t packed in a bus like sardines. You’re not desperately racing from one over overcrowded tourist site to another. Instead, you will relax and savor the land like a local as you experience our motto–good food, good drink, and good company. In June 2013, you can see the Highlands of Scotland as we raid the countryside of Inverness before descending on Sterling. There will be music and excitement like you’ve never seen before with Marc Gunn’s Celtic Invasion of Scotland. Join the invasion today at www.celticinvasion.com.

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THIS WEEK:

“Big Bosomed Girls” by The Village Idiots
from Chamber of Stupidity

“Virgin Sturgeon” by The Dregs
from Ask Us About Our $20 XXX Special

“Enormous Penis” by Bocca Musica
from Goin’ South

“The Trouble With An Orgy” by Axel the Sot
from The Trouble With An Orgy

“Knees Up Mother Brown” by The Belles Of Bedlam
from Folked Up!

“Maids When You’re Young” by The Other Woman
from I Want You For Fun and Frivolity and Then I’ll Give You Back

“Chandler’s Wife” by Half Pint
from Fair and Tender Ladies

“The Cockerel Song” by The Merry Wives of Windsor
from Happy Endings

“Professions” by The Interpreters
from Be Gentle

“The Crayfish” by Molly & The Tinker
from The Best Of Molly & The Tinker Vol. 1

“Roll Your Leg Over” by Merry Mischief
from Lusty Ditties

“Little Oyster Girl” by Craig of Farrington
from 20 Years of Spicy Delights

“The Mower” by Marc Gunn
from Kilted For Her Pleasure

“Moose” by Iris and Rose
from The Bust of Iris and Rose

“Do Virgins Taste Better” by Water Street Bridge
from Oh Death!

Renaissance Festival Podcast #201

Music from Merry Wives of Windsor, Marc Gunn, Half Pint, Owain Phyfe, Saxon Moon, Melody Baird, Ginger Ackley, Serenata, LandLoch’d, The Belles Of Bedlam, The Rogues, and The Village Idiots

Sponsor: Celtic Invasion of the Highlands of Scotland

Today’s show is brought to you by The Celtic Invasion of the Highlands of Scotland
Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? When you join Marc Gunn on a Celtic Invasion Vacation, you aren’t packed in a bus like sardines. You’re not desperately racing from one over overcrowded tourist site to another. Instead, you will relax and savor the land like a local as you experience our motto–good food, good drink, and good company. In June 2013, you can see the Highlands of Scotland as we raid the countryside of Inverness before descending on Sterling. There will be music and excitment like you’ve never seen before with Marc Gunn’s Celtic Invasion of Scotland. Join the invasion today at www.celticinvasion.com.

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THIS WEEK:

“Happily Ever After” by Merry Wives of Windsor
from Happy Endings

“Old Dun Cow (MacIntyre)” by Marc Gunn
from Not Every Day Is St. Patrick’s Day

“Two Maids Went A Milking” by Half Pint
from Fair And Tender Ladies

“Fa la la Lan” by Owain Phyfe
from Poets, Bards, & Singers of Song

“Will O’ The Wisp” by Saxon Moon
from Kalderdash

“The Pub Song For Those Who Can’t Drink” by Melody Baird
from My Thing Is My Own

“Barbara Allen” by Ginger Ackley
from In the Old Style

“Ah Vita Bella” by Serenata
from Ah Vita Bella!

“Irish Rover” by LandLoch’d
from Loch’d and Loaded

“Finnegan’s Wake” by The Belles Of Bedlam
from Folked Up!

“Cullen Anderson” by The Rogues
from Made in Texas

“Ren Girl” by The Village Idiots
from Chamber of Stupidity

Renaissance Festival Podcast #200 – Our Favorites

Music from Jolly Rogues, Capt’n. Black’s Sea Dogges, Blackmore’s Night, Emerald Rose, New Minstrel Revue, The Limeybirds, Abby Green, Scott Boswell, Gallowglass Irish Trio, Bedlam Bards, Marc Gunn, Empty Hats, Coyote Run, Henry Martin, Three Quarter Ale, The Interpreters, The Poxy Boggards, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Dregs, 3 Pints Gone, The Crimson Pirates, Owain Phyfe, David Arkenstone, Circa Paleo, Pandora Celtica, The Brobdingnagian Bards, The Muses, The Rogues, and Lolly Foy

Sponsor: The Luckless Prince

Today’s shows is brought to you by The Luckless Prince, a novel by Rie Sheridan Rose
Young Prince Roland is bored with castle life. When a chance comes to
go on a trade mission for his father, he leaps at it. With his
faithful squire Stefan at his side, he is swept up in a current of
intrigue and danger that will leave you breathless. Follow them forth
into fantasy adventure in The Luckless Prince by Rie Sheridan Rose,
available for Kindle and Nook, or in paperback from Amazon, Barnes and
Noble, or Zumaya Publications. Find out more at www.riewriter.com

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THIS WEEK:

Marc Gunn’s Selections:

“Farewell to Nova Scotia” by Jolly Rogues
from Hicks the Pirate

“The Sea” by Capt’n. Black’s Sea Dogges
from Tales of the Black Dog

“Sake Of The Song” by Blackmore’s Night
from Autumn Sky

“Whistler’s Farewell” by Emerald Rose
from Archives of Ages to Come

“Far and Away” by New Minstrel Revue
from Far and Away

Kristen Roger’s Selections:

“Roll Me Over (In the Clover)” by The Limeybirds
from Tweet!!!

“Wild Mountain Thyme” by Abby Green
from Fig for a Kiss

“Scarborough Fair” by Scott Boswell
from Jug of Punch

“Health to the Company” by Gallowglass Irish Trio
from All Our Best

“Johnny Jump Up” by Bedlam Bards
from Furious Fancies

Joe Haydu’s Selections:

“Black Is the Colour” by Marc Gunn
from Irish Drinking Songs

“Wave Over Wave” by Empty Hats
from 5

“Tam Lin” by Coyote Run
from Between Wick and Flame

“Captain Kidd” by Henry Martin
from On The Salt Sea

Tony Artym’s Selections:

“All Soul’s Night” by Three Quarter Ale
from Three Quarter Ale

“Professions” by The Interpreters
from Be Gentle

“She’s A Whore” by The Poxy Boggards
from Liver Let Die

“All The Lads in Town” by The Merry Wives of Windsor
from Here’s to the Men

“Wagon Wheel” by The Dregs
from Angelina Farewell Concert

Matt Ledder’s Selections:

“Away Rio” by 3 Pints Gone
from There Is A Ship

“Fire Maringo” by The Crimson Pirates
from Putrid and Disgusting

“Cossack Folk Song / Ukrainian Love Song” by Owain Phyfe
from Tales From The Vineyard

“The Wolf’s Head” by David Arkenstone
from Myths and Legends 1

“Shikee, Shikee Baba” by Circa Paleo
from Elven Lives

Shanon Smith’s Selections:

“Irish Rover” by Pandora Celtica
from F’n Sharp!

“Finnegans Wake” by The Brobdingnagian Bards
from Songs of Ireland

“Haul Away Joe” by The Muses
from Passing Time

“Pressed For Time” by The Rogues
from Rogue trip

“Black and Tan” by Pandora Celtica
from Dog Party in the Key of Swinging Cats

Bonus Track:

“Baj’s Song” by Lolly Foy

Renaissance Festival Podcast #199 – Talk Like a Pirate Day

Music from Crimson Pirates, The Shantyman, Bedlam Bards, Voltaire, Pirate Comedy Show, Master “Bones” Jangle and The Voodoo Island Cannibals, Captain Black Jack Murphy, The BOOM, My Lady’s Cutlass, The Pirates of Rogues Cove, Rambling Sailors, and Marooned

Sponsor: The Luckless Prince

Today’s shows is brought to you by The Luckless Prince, a novel by Rie Sheridan Rose
Young Prince Roland is bored with castle life. When a chance comes to
go on a trade mission for his father, he leaps at it. With his
faithful squire Stefan at his side, he is swept up in a current of
intrigue and danger that will leave you breathless. Follow them forth
into fantasy adventure in The Luckless Prince by Rie Sheridan Rose,
available for Kindle and Nook, or in paperback from Amazon, Barnes and
Noble, or Zumaya Publications. Find out more at www.riewriter.com

NOTES:

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THIS WEEK:

“Come ‘n be a Pirate” by Crimson Pirates
from Come ‘n be a Pirate

“Pirate’s Life” by The Shantyman
from Pirate’s Life

“Dark Lady” by Bedlam Bards
from Furious Fancies

“Beast of Pirate’s Bay” by Voltaire
from To the Bottom of the Sea

“Monotonous Piratey Song” by Pirate Comedy Show
from Pirate Comedy Show

“Lot’s of Booty” by Master “Bones” Jangle and The Voodoo Island Cannibals
from Bones Jangle

“Botany Bay” by Captain Black Jack Murphy
from Pogue Mahone Means Kiss My Arse

“Down Among the Dead Men” by The BOOM
from Prepare To Be Boarded

“We Be Pirates” by My Lady’s Cutlass
from We Be Pirates!

“Rollin Down to Ol’ Maui” by The Pirates of Rogues Cove
from Setting Sail

“Davey Jones” by Rambling Sailors
from Ports of Call

“Haul Away Joe” by Marooned
from Marooned

Renaissance Festival Podcast #198 – Tribute to Owain Phyfe

Music from Owain Phyfe and The New World Renaissance Band

Sponsor: The Luckless Prince

Today’s shows is brought to you by The Luckless Prince, a novel by Rie Sheridan Rose
Young Prince Roland is bored with castle life. When a chance comes to
go on a trade mission for his father, he leaps at it. With his
faithful squire Stefan at his side, he is swept up in a current of
intrigue and danger that will leave you breathless. Follow them forth
into fantasy adventure in The Luckless Prince by Rie Sheridan Rose,
available for Kindle and Nook, or in paperback from Amazon, Barnes and
Noble, or Zumaya Publications. Find out more at www.riewriter.com

NOTES:

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THIS WEEK:

“Quantas Sabedes Amar Amigo” by Owain Phyfe and The New World Renaissance Band
from Odyssey

“Wee be Soldiers Three” by Owain Phyfe and The New World Renaissance Band
from Where Beauty Moves and Wit Delights

“Ode to Joy” by Owain Phyfe
from Live Show

“Ja Nus Hons Pris” by Owain Phyfe and The New World Renaissance Band
from Poets, Bards, & Singers Of Song

“If I Were A Blackbird” by Owain Phyfe and The New World Renaissance Band
from Tales From The Vineyard

“She Moved Through the Fair / Once I Had a Sweetheart” by Owain Phyfe and The New World Renaissance Band
from Odyssey

“Maid in Bedlam” by Owain Phyfe and The New World Renaissance Band
from Where Beauty Moves and Wit Delights

“Cossack Folk Song / Ukrainian Love Song” by Owain Phyfe and The New World Renaissance Band
from Tales From The Vineyard

“Tarantella del Gargano” by Owain Phyfe and The New World Renaissance Band
from Tales From The Vineyard

“Fuggi, Fuggi, Fuggi” by Owain Phyfe and The New World Renaissance Band
from Where Beauty Moves and Wit Delights

“A Health To The Company” by Owain Phyfe and The New World Renaissance Band
from Poets, Bards, & Singers Of Song

Renaissance Festival Podcast Special Feature on Don’t Go Drinking With Hobbits

This week’s show is a special feature on Marc Gunn’s latest album Don’t Go Drinking With Hobbits. While you can enjoy the album in its entirety for free, I want to ask a special favor from you.

Don't Go Drinking With Hobbits

At noon CST on September 22, 2012, I want to push the title track “Don’t Go Drinking With Hobbits” to the Top of the Charts on Amazon and iTunes. I need your help. If you enjoy the album or the title track, please consider buying the single and/or the album on that day, at that time. Your simple purchase will help to push this single and album to the top of the charts and will also help promote Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit movie in December. All it takes is a mere 99 cents a little bit of time.

If you can’t remember to buy it on that date, then sign up to my personal Top the Charts mailing list (not the same as the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast Top the Charts list) at marcgunn.com/drinkingwithhobbits.

And whether you plan to buy the single or not, share the URL above with your friends. Anyone who loves the The Hobbit or fantasy music or sci fi conventions or Renaissance festivals will love this album. So share, share, share.

Your simple contribution will go a long way to helping me change the way you hear Celtic music.

Buy on iTunes
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Tracks

  1. A Working in the Garden
  2. Scouring the Shire
  3. Don’t Go Drinking With Hobbits
  4. Elves
  5. The Ring of Hope
  6. Prancing Pony
  7. Said the Horse to the Hobbit
  8. Let’s Get Drunk Tonite
  9. Everybody Needs a Drinking Song
  10. Rose
  11. We’ll Have a Pint of Stout
  12. The Shire Polkas
  13. A Well-Dressed Hobbit
  14. Hobbit Birthday Song
  15. Bilbo’s Farewell
  16. Wildflowers of Party Field
  17. Cat and Rat
  18. Do You Fancy a Drink?
  19. The Hobbit Journey Home
  20. Raise a Glass in Parting

Renaissance Festival Podcast #197 – Live from Convergence 2012

Music from The Dregs and The Laughing Hearts

Sponsor: The Luckless Prince

Today’s shows is brought to you by The Luckless Prince, a novel by Rie Sheridan Rose
Young Prince Roland is bored with castle life. When a chance comes to
go on a trade mission for his father, he leaps at it. With his
faithful squire Stefan at his side, he is swept up in a current of
intrigue and danger that will leave you breathless. Follow them forth
into fantasy adventure in The Luckless Prince by Rie Sheridan Rose,
available for Kindle and Nook, or in paperback from Amazon, Barnes and
Noble, or Zumaya Publications. Find out more at www.riewriter.com

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THIS WEEK:

“Gee-Eyed Megan McGee” by The Dregs
from Live from Convergence 2012

“I’ll Tell Me Ma” by The Dregs
from Live from Convergence 2012

“Swallowtail and Morrison’s Jig” by The Laughing Hearts
from Live from Convergence 2012

“Atholl Highlanders” by The Laughing Hearts
from Live from Convergence 2012

FEATURE – Storytelling by Matt Alex, Salsa, and Tim Wick

Renaissance Festival Podcast #196 – 7th Anniversary Drinking Show Special

Music from The Musical Blades, Marc Gunn, Joni Minstrel, Axel the Sot, Bounding Main, Iris and Rose, Bret Blackshear, The Lost Boys, Craig of Farrington, The Dregs, Blackjacks ‘N Blarney, and The Jolly Rogers

Sponsor: The Luckless Prince

Today’s shows is brought to you by The Luckless Prince, a novel by Rie Sheridan Rose
Young Prince Roland is bored with castle life. When a chance comes to
go on a trade mission for his father, he leaps at it. With his
faithful squire Stefan at his side, he is swept up in a current of
intrigue and danger that will leave you breathless. Follow them forth
into fantasy adventure in The Luckless Prince by Rie Sheridan Rose,
available for Kindle and Nook, or in paperback from Amazon, Barnes and
Noble, or Zumaya Publications. Find out more at www.riewriter.com

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THIS WEEK:

Renaissance festival Podcast is not responsible of any kind for the
drunkenness that may occur while listening to this, or partaking in
this show. Remember drink responsibly.

Renaissance Festival Podcast The Drinking Game. Take a drink when…

1. There is a stumble or screw up
2. Beer, Whiskey, Ale, Rum, or Mead is said
3. When Marc promotes himself
4. Marc plugs one of his other shows
5. When we make up some facts that are not true
6. For every time Marc, Matt, or Tony laugh
7. Take 2 shots if someone picks on Marc
8. When wench(es) or lass(es) are said, take bawdy shot off the person closest to you

“The Toasting Song” by The Musical Blades
from Full Frontal Piracy

“Beer, Beer, Beer” by Marc Gunn
from Kilted For Her Pleasure

“Whiskey and Beer” by Joni Minstrel
from Joni Minstrel Kicks the King

“Beer Is Better Than Women” by Axel the Sot
from Tales from the Tavern

“Pass the Mug” by Bounding Main
from Going Overboard

“Bring Me Some Whiskey” by Iris and Rose
from Bed Time Stories

“Drinking Stories” by Bret Blackshear
from Fingers, Frets, and Fire

“We Never Drink” by The Lost Boys
from The Lost Boys

“The 3 Song” by Craig of Farrington
from Blue upon blue

“The Night Pat Murphy Died” by The Dregs
From Angelina’s Farewell Concert

“Old Black Rum” by Blackjacks ‘N Blarney
from Renaissance Festival Podcast Compilation and Dancing the Hempin Jig

“One for the Road” by The Jolly Rogers
from X Marks the Spot

Renaissance Festival Podcast #195 – Interview with Paul Lafayette and Miss Anna

Music from The Gypsy Guerrilla Band, Captain John Stout, Dan Milner, TJ Hull and Jeff Ksiazek, Keelhaul, Crimson Pirates, Barleyjuice, The Lost Boys, Craig of Farrington, and Sarah Marie Mullen

Sponsor: The Luckless Prince

Today’s shows is brought to you by The Luckless Prince, a novel by Rie Sheridan Rose
Young Prince Roland is bored with castle life. When a chance comes to
go on a trade mission for his father, he leaps at it. With his
faithful squire Stefan at his side, he is swept up in a current of
intrigue and danger that will leave you breathless. Follow them forth
into fantasy adventure in The Luckless Prince by Rie Sheridan Rose,
available for Kindle and Nook, or in paperback from Amazon, Barnes and
Noble, or Zumaya Publications. Find out more at www.riewriter.com

NOTES:

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THIS WEEK:

“Kenny’s Penny” by The Gypsy Guerrilla Band
from Ernie’s Pot O’ Gold II

“Haul Away Joe” by Captain John Stout
from Songs from the Water’s Edge

“The Ballad of Ó Bruadair / Out on the Ocean” by Dan Milner
from Irish Pirate Ballads and Other Songs of the Sea

“Salamanca/ O’Dowd’s Favourite (reels)” by TJ Hull and Jeff Ksiazek
from Eist

“Whiskey in the Jar” by Keelhaul
from A Maritime Tradition

FEATURE – Interview with Paul Lafayette and Miss Anna

PROMO – Apropos of Nothing Podcast

“Black Velvet Band” by Crimson Pirates
from Putrid And Disgusting

“Donnie Scott” by Barleyjuice
from One Shilling

“We Never Drink” by The Lost Boys
from The Lost Boys

“Crayfish” by Craig of Farrington
from A Rhyme for Orange

“Gravel Walk” by Sarah Marie Mullen
from Harper’s Bizarre

Renaissance Festival Podcast #194 – Interview with Snicker Furfoot

Music from The Dregs, Empty Hats, Tania Opland and Mike Freeman, Axel the Sot, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Marc Gunn, Sligo Rags, The Limey Birds, Minstrel Woode, and Molly & the Tinker

Sponsor: The Luckless Prince

Today’s shows is brought to you by The Luckless Prince, a novel by Rie Sheridan Rose
Young Prince Roland is bored with castle life. When a chance comes to
go on a trade mission for his father, he leaps at it. With his
faithful squire Stefan at his side, he is swept up in a current of
intrigue and danger that will leave you breathless. Follow them forth
into fantasy adventure in The Luckless Prince by Rie Sheridan Rose,
available for Kindle and Nook, or in paperback from Amazon, Barnes and
Noble, or Zumaya Publications. Find out more at www.riewriter.com

NOTES:

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THIS WEEK:

“Irish Girl” by The Dregs
From Farewell Angelina

“Cyrus in the Moonlight” by Empty Hats
From the Hat Came Back

“When I was a Young Maid” by Tania Opland and Mike Freeman
From CHOICE FARE

“Beer is Better Then Woman” by Axel the Sot
From Tales from the Tavern

“Here’s to the Men” by The Merry Wives of Windsor
From Here’s to the Men

FEATURE – Interview with Snicker Furfoot at Sherwood Forest Faire

PROMO – Apropos of Nothing Podcast

“Liquid Sunshine ” By Marc Gunn
From The Bridge

“The Whiskey Never Lies” (Burns, ASCAP) by Sligo Rags
from The Whiskey Never Lies”

“Our Favourite Pet” by The Limey Birds
from TWEET!

“I’ll Be On My Way” by Minstrel Woode
From Driftwoode

“Tinker Rest” by Molly & the Tinker
From Triumphs, Tears and Treasures (The Best of Molly & the Tinker, Vol. 2)

Renaissance Festival Podcast #193 – Interview with BrouHaHa

Music from Abby Green, Iris and Rose, Circa Paleo, The Other Woman, Gwyneth Whistlewood the Feral Flute, Iron Hill Vagabonds, Captain John Stout, Molly & The Tinker, Zoe Alexander, and Trinket

Sponsor: The Luckless Prince

Today’s shows is brought to you by The Luckless Prince, a novel by Rie Sheridan Rose
Young Prince Roland is bored with castle life. When a chance comes to
go on a trade mission for his father, he leaps at it. With his
faithful squire Stefan at his side, he is swept up in a current of
intrigue and danger that will leave you breathless. Follow them forth
into fantasy adventure in The Luckless Prince by Rie Sheridan Rose,
available for Kindle and Nook, or in paperback from Amazon, Barnes and
Noble, or Zumaya Publications. Find out more at www.riewriter.com

NOTES:

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THIS WEEK:

“Beidh Aonach Amarach” by Abby Green
from Einini

“Deformed Farm” by Iris and Rose
from The Crass Menagerie

“Catharsis” by Circa Paleo
from Tideland

“Follow the Band” by The Other Woman
from I Want You For Fun and Frivolity and Then I’ll Give You Back

“Labyrinth-5th Loop-Weaving” by Gwyneth Whistlewood the Feral Flute
from Amaltheia’s Lullaby

FEATURE – Interview with BrouHaHa at Sherwood Forest Faire

“The Mermaid Song” by Iron Hill Vagabonds
from Whiskey & Promises

“The Ash Grove” by Captain John Stout
from Songs of Love & Loss

“Time To Come Home” by Molly & the Tinker
from Triumphs, Tears & Treasures – The Best Of Molly & The Tinker, Vol. 2

“It Was All For Our Rightful King” by Zoe Alexander
from BardSong

“The Dreadnaught” by Trinket
from Landlocked

Renaissance Festival Podcast #192 – Interview with Iron Wolf Forge

Music from Bounding Main, Howl-O, Marc Gunn & The Dubliners Tabby Cats, The Pirates of Rogues Cove, Iris and Rose, Bret Blackshear, Craig of Farrington, Brobdingnagian Bards, Phillip Hole the Singing Gravedigger, Pirate Comedy Show, Grey Aengus, and Wicked Tinkers

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THIS WEEK:

“Cape Cod Girls” by Bounding Main
from Lost at Sea – Sea Shanties and Nautical Ballads

“My Buccaneer Skullduggery” by Howl-O
from Where Legend Remains

“Danny Boy for Cat Lovers” by Marc Gunn & The Dubliners Tabby Cats
from Whiskers in the Jar

“Ten Thousand Miles Away” by The Pirates of Rogues Cove
from Setting Sail

“Before My Face” by Iris and Rose
from Two in the Bush

“Drinking Stories” by Bret Blackshear
from Fingers, Frets and Fire

FEATURE – Interview with Iron Wolf Forge

“Song for Ireland” by Craig of Farrington
from Lute Etoufee

“If I Had a Million Ducats” by Brobdingnagian Bards
from A Faire to Remember

“Old Rosin The Bow” by Phillip Hole The Singing Gravedigger
from The Singing Gravedigger

“Pirates that Prance” by Pirate Comedy Show
from Pirate Comedy Show Album

“Itsy Bitsy Kid song” by Grey Aengus
from Gaelic Soup

“Donald MacGillivray” by Wicked Tinkers
from Rant

Renaissance Festival Podcast #191

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FEATURE – Interview with David Arkenstone

THIS WEEK:

Roll Me Over in the Clover by Iris & Rose from Two in the Bush

Round Dance: Le Bastringue/St Anne’s Reel by Friends of Tradition from Dance!

Rivers by Queen’s Gambit from Fianchetto

Dispelling All Woes by Kindred Spirits from Dispelling All Woes

The Bonny Ship the Diamond by The Jolly Rogues from Privateers

FEATURE – Interview with David Arkenstone

The Shore Of Kinsale by David Arkenstone from Spirit of Ireland

The Wolf’s Head by David Arkenstone from Myths and Legends 1

Serenade For Siren by Tartanic from Unstoppable

Isn’t It Grant by 3 Pints Gone from One More Round

Harvest Home by Curtis & Loretta from Sit Down Beside Me

Mississippi Sawyer/The Maid Behind The Bar/The Mason’s Apron/The Devil’s Dream by Molly & The Tinker from Triumphs, Tears & Treasures – The Best Of Molly & The Tinker, Vol. 2

Health to the Company by The Pirate Shantyman from Faire Favorites and Songs of the Sea

Renaissance Festival Podcast #190

St. Patrick’s Day Special

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THIS WEEK:

Fiddler’s Green by Terry Griffith from Faire Play

Polka Set by Queen’s Gambit from Fianchetto

Johnny Jump Up by The Pirate Shantyman from Faire Favorites and Songs of the Sea

Planxty LadyBug by Kaade from Planxties for Pan

Arthur McBride by Scott Boswell from Jug of Punch

Twa Recruitin’ Sergeants by Rambling Sailors from Wanderlust

I Know My Love by Abby Green from Einini

All For Me Grog by Merry Mischief from Lusty Ditties

Jolly Beggarman by Captain John Stout from Songs of Love & Loss

Willie and the Brain by The Rogues from V.O.

The Parting Glass by Donal Hinely from Glass Stories

Renaissance Festival Podcast #189

Renaissance Festival Awards Show

Sponsor: Renaissance Magazine

Today’s show is brought to you by Renaissance Magazine, co-sponsor of the Renaissance Festival Awards.

THIS WEEK:

“30 Year Jig” by Circa Paleo
from Tidewood

“Drynk of Choice ext.” by Bocca Musica
from The Lusty Wench

“Dogger Bank” by Bounding Main
from Kraken Up

“Take Me Danny-O” by The Interpreters
from And We’re Back

“Serenade For Siren” by Tartanic
from Unstoppable

“Until They Meet Again” by Carl Asch of Empty Hats
from Songs of the Open Road

“Roll Me Hearties” by The Jolly Rogers
from Pirate’s Gold

“Where have you gone” by Cast In Bronze
from Spirit of the Bells

“Ramble To Cashel” by Sarah Marie Mullen
from We Brought The Summer With Us

“Carnivalito / Ramis” by Owain Phyfe
from Lagrimas de Sangria

“Cantiga 166 (In 11/8)” by Craig of Farrington
from Lute Etouffee

“Endearing Young Charms” by Hey Nunnie, Nunnie!
from Hey Nunnie, Nunnie!

“Cuckoo Nest” by Iris and Rose
from Missed Conceptions: Part “Whew!”

“Johnny Jump Up” by The Village Idiots
from Epic Win

Winners of the 7th Annual Renaissance Festival Awards of 2011

7th Annual Renaissance Festival Awards have been announced! Since its debut in 2005, the Awards have become a favorite activity of the Renaissance Festival Podcast. At its inception the Awards consisted of only two categories: Top 10 Music Performers and Top 10 Non-Music Performers. These are now approximately 25 categories. 3,111 votes were received this year. Renaissance Magazine and Celtic Music magazine sponsor the Awards.

These Awards were determined by popular vote. Voting starts annually on the 1st of September and continues through the 31st of December. Votes are submitted though the voting form at www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com/awards. The Awards also feature the Renaissance Festival Hall of Fame category, to highlight the efforts and achievement of outstanding members of the Renaissance Festival Community. Articles on the past Hall-of-Famers can be found on the website as will.

Conversation about the 8th Annual Renaissance Festival Awards for 2012 has begun. Fan may contribute their ideas and opinions through Renaissance Festival Music on Facebook. Fans involvement is the key to the Renaissance Festival Awards.

The Renaissance Festival Podcast is a free downloadable radio show. So listen at www.renaissancefestivalmusic.com or find us on iTunes. The Renaissance Festival podcast is produced by Marc Gunn, Kristen Roger, Joe Haydu, , Tony Artym and Matt Ledder.

Best Renaissance Festival:

1)  Bristol Renaissance Faire
2)  Texas Renaissance Festival
3)  Sterling Renaissance Festival
4)  Scarbrough Renaissance Festival
5)  Minnesota Renaissance Festival

Best New Renaissance Festival: (3 years or younger)

1) Sherwood Forest Faire
2) Midsummer Fantasy Renaissance Faire
3) Chippewa Valley Renaissance Festival
4) New Jersey Renaissance Faire
5) Connecticut Renaissance Faire Spring Robin Hood Faire

Best New CD Released in 2011:

1)  Circa Paleo – Roseland and Tideland
2)  Bocca Musica – The Lusty Wench
3)  Bounding Main – Kraken Up
4)  The Interpreters – And We’re Back
5)  Merry Wives of Windsor – Bottoms Up!!

Best Music Group:

1)  Tartanic
2)  Circa Paleo
3)  Empty Hats
4)  The Jolly Rogers
5)  Poxy Boggards

Best Music Solo Act:

1) Cast In Bronze
2) Sarah Marie Mullen
3) Owain Phyfe
4) Craig of Farrington
5) Abby Green

Best Non-Musical Group:

1) The Tortuga Twins
2) Barely Balanced
3) Don Juan and Miguel
4) MooNiE and Broon
5) London Broil Show

Best Non-Musical Solo Act:

1) Moonie the magnificent
2) Adam “Crack” Winrich: Fire Whip Show
3) Zilch The Torysteller
4) Ded Bob Show
5) Daniel GreenWolf

Best Comedy Musical Act:
(different from Best Music Group, primarily comedic music)

11) Hey, Nunnie, Nunnie!
2) iris-n-rose
3) Bocca Musica
4) The Village Idiots
5) Axel the Sot

Best Non-Musical Comedy Act:
(different from Best Non-Musical Group, primarily comedic entertainer)

1) Tortuga Twins
2) Moonie the Magnificent
3) Don Juan and Miguel
4) Ded Bob Show
5) Barely Balanced

Best Bawdy Act:
(Adult-Oriented musical or non-musical)

1) Tortuga Twins
2) Iris and Rose
3) Christope the Insultor
4) The Village Washer Wenches
5) Sound and Fury

Best Street Solo Act:
(A person, musical or non-musical on the streets and NOT on stage)

1) Twig The Fairy
2) Jane the Phoole
3) Gabriel Q
4) Hob The Troll
5) Looney Lucy

Best Street Group Performance:
(musical or non-musical, on the streets and NOT on stage)

1) The Sea Sirens
2) Thoren Grymm’s Pub Crawl
3) Fantastikals
4) Scarborough Celtic Troupe
5) Nickel Shakespeare Girls

Best Street Cast:
(Name of Renaissance Festival)

1) Bristol Renaissance Festival
2) Scarborough Renaissance Festival
3) Sterling Renaissance Festival
4) Pennsylvania Renaissance Festival
5) Minnesota Renaissance festival

Best Stage Combat Group:

1) Don Juan and Miguel
2) Fight School
3) Bawdily Harm Bawdily Harm
4) Hack and Slash
5) The Duelists

Best Jousting Troupe:

1) Noble Cause Productions
2) Hanlon-Lees Action Theatre
3) Knights of Mayhem
4) Paragon Jousting
5) Freelancers

Best Dance Troupe:

1) Masala Gypsy Dancers
2) Tribal de Luna
3) Country Garden Dancers
4) Gypsy Dance Theatre
5) Shunyata Bellydance

Best Children’s Act or Performance:
(musical or non-musical, on stage)

1) Foolhearty
2) Robin Hood/St. George and the Dragon
3) Alleyn Apprentice Players
4) Zilch the Torysteller
5) Noobler the Tinker Gnome

Best Opening Gate Show:
(A Renaissance Festival)

1) Scarborough Renaissance Festival
2) Bristol Renaissance Festival
3) Maryland Renaissance Festival
4) Minnesota Renaissance Festival
5) Texas Renaissance Festival

Best Royalty:
(Court name)

1) Scarborough Renaissance Festival Royal court
2) Bristol Renaissance Faire, Guild of St. George
3) Minnesota’s Royal Court
4) Sterling Renaissance Festival Royal Court
5) Pennsylvania‘s Royal Court

Best Shop Vendor:

1) Nomadic Dreams Boutique
2) Moresca Clothing
3) Revs Armour Werx
4) Lusty Leather
5) Pendragon

Best Food:

1) Turkey legs
2) Steak on a Stick
3) Scotch Eggs
4) Bread bowls
5) Cheese Fritters

Best Drink:

1)  Beer
2)  Wine
3)  Mead
4)  Tea
5) Soda

Best Faire Photography:

1)  Photography on the Run – Paul Stout
2)  Michael Ulrich Photography
3)  Kevin Hedgecock
4)  Gar Travis Photography
5)  Majikboxman

Best Faire Web Community:

1)  renaissancefestival.com
2)  PaRenFaire.net
3)  Sherwood Forest faire Facebook page
4)  MRFFriends
5)  Renaissance Enthusiasts on Facebook

Best Renaissance Festival Magazine:

1)  Renaissance Magazine
2)  Faerie Magazine
3)  Uproots
4)  The Buck and Mug
5)  Pyrates Way

YYRenaissance Festival Podcast #188 – Utterly Depressing Hangover Show

Music from Bocca Musica, Vince Conaway, Craig of Farrington, Brian Leo, NeidFyre, Gaelic Brass, Iron Hill Vagabonds, Donal Hinely, Darren Raleigh, and Merry Mischief

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THIS WEEK:

“Renaissance Math” by Bocca Musica
from The Lusty Wench

“Il Camerino” by Vince Conaway
from L’Inverno Italiano

“Si Beag, Si Mor” by Craig of Farrington
from Lute Etouffee

“Till The Clancy Brothers Died” by Brian Leo
from Down that Road

“The Stolen Child” by NeidFyre
from Anatidaephobia

FEATURE – Interview with Augustus the Elf

PROMO – Teknikal Diffikulties

“An Poc Ar Buile” by Gaelic Brass
from Gaelic Brass

“Tim Finnegan’s Wake” by Iron Hill Vagabonds
from Whiskey & Promises

“Lord of the Dance” by Donal Hinely
from Glass Stories

“Carolan’s Receipt for Drinking” by Darren Raleigh
from Silverwheel

“Next Market Day” by Merry Mischief
from Lusty Ditties

Renaissance Festival Podcast #187

Kristen’s Picks

The Moose by 3 Pints Gone from One More Round

Roll Me Over by The Limeybirds from TWEET

All the Lads in Town by The Merry Wives of Windsor from Here’s to the Men

Tony’s Picks

She’s a Whore by The Poxy Boggards from Liver Let Die

Do You Have What I Have? by The Dregs from Dreggnog

Professions by The Interpreters from Be Gentle

Marc’s Picks

The Mower by Marc Gunn from Kilted For Her Pleasure

The Bishop by Bedlam Bards & Andruss from Barnyard Bedlam: A Cock and Bull Story

Do Virgins Taste Better? by Bocca Musica from Drynk of Choice

Bawdy King Arthur Joke with A Round Table Knight by Fugli King Henry’s Desire by Craig of Farrington from Naughty

The Keyhole in the Door by In Our Cups from Foolish Pleasure

Angus by NeidFyre from Duck Feet Waddling

Maids of Amsterdam by The Other Woman from I Want You For Fun and Frivolity and Then I’ll Give You Back

Audience Requests

The Chandler’s Wife by Queen Anne’s Lace from Faire to Stormy Weather

The Hairs of Her Dickie Di Doh (LIVE) by Axel the Sot from Bottled Up!