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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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The Faire is Over by Lorella Loftus

The Dungeon by Tony Artym

Joe on the Road by Joe Haydu

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

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

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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