Renaissance Festival Podcast #233

Dragons vs. Pirates by Marc Gunn

Playford Dances by Brizeus from Brizeus

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Tony Artym

Joe Haydu

Marc Gunn

Sonya Reiland

David Reiland

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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

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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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Joe Haydu

Marc Gunn

Angelica Agoes

Sonya Reiland

David Reiland

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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

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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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Tony Artym

Joe Haydu

Marc Gunn

Angelica Agoes

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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

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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

 

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

 

A MINUTE IN HISTORY WITH HEATHER

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THE TOWER WITH ANGELICA AGOES

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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!