Links for “net radio”

  • Kaleis Session’s

    Fondé en 2017, Kaleis Session’s est un collectif de musiciens installés à Calais et centré sur la musique traditionnelle (Folk ou Celtique). Il a pour objectif de se rencontrer dans diffèrent lieu de manifestation (PUB, Café, Estaminet, Restaurant, Fête & Festival, Scène libre) en organisant des sessions musicales.

    Le site WEB = BLOG permet de diffuser l’actualité du groupe mais pas que. C’est aussi un espace de partage d’information très utile pour tous les passionnés de musique trad. Ou simplement les curieux qui désirent découvrir le mouvement folk.

    Vous y trouverez tous les liens pour écouter les radios Folk/Celtic en DIRECT et aussi des cartes sur les manifestations ( Fête et Festival ), Lieux de session, Lieux de Stage …

    En cours de développement la carte de FRANCE pour la Saint Patrick Day 2019

    Vous pouvez y participer en nous contactant par mail sur

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  • Down the Back Lane

    Weekly radio show of Irish Traditional Music airing every Sunday from 4 to 6 PM (Central time, USA) hosted by Bill Verdier on WXNA, Nashville, TN. 101.5 FM and live streaming at

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    A curated collection of high quality videos of Celtic music, broadly construed.

    # Added by JonHall .
  • Ryan’s Fancy Documentary: Curraghs, Minstrels, Rocks & Whiskey

    Documentary on Newstalk presents a new documentary Produced by Ciaran Ryan, telling the story of Folk Band Ryan’s Fancy.
    In‘Curraghs, Rocks, Minstrels and Whiskey’, producer Ciarán Ryan travels to the East Coast of Canada to find out the history of the folk band Ryan’s Fancy who became households names in the 1970’s and early eighties.
    Comprising of three Irish immigrants – two from Dublin and one from Tipperary (and also the uncle of the producer) – Ryan’s Fancy played every village and town in Atlantic Canada in a twelve year career that saw the release of twelve albums and numerous television programmes from CBC (the Canadian Broadcasting Corportaion) and other networks. They were equally at home playing in town halls, the infamous Strand Lounge in St John’s, Newfoundland, or larger audtioriums, and their audiences included everyone from students to farmers to prison inmates to even Ronald Reagan!

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  • Gaitas De Fora / De Galway até Bragança

    Radio show on Radio Torre de Moncorvo in Portugal (see blog for schedule). Playing traditional/folk Portuguese, Irish and world music. Also available as a Podcast.

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  • ULFM - ‘A Rock To Cling To’ Every Wednesday 7-8pm GMT

    This is a college radio show which can be listened to online. It is hosted by four students from University of Limerick’s BA Irish Music & Dance course: Michael Perigoe, Gary Weldon, Stephen Heffernan and Paddy Cummins.

    The show includes a lot of music (not just trad but a healthy line up of trad too) and also discussion on topics in the I.T.M. world.

    Tune in every Wednesday from 7-8pm and ‘like’ our page on Facebook.!/pages/A-Rock-to-Cling-To-UL-FM/262228823847627

    You can also post requests on the Facebook page in the days running up to the show (must be in by early Tuesday evening though).

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  • Irish Punk

    Celtic Punk radio station and more.

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  • The Rocky Road to Dublin

    Website for weekly half-hour celtic music radio show from Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada. Includes links to live streaming and podcast pages.

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  • BLAS BBC Radio Ulster

    As you all know, Lynette Fay’s Friday night music programme Blas is a great source to what goes on on the Irish music scene today - Tomorrow night she talks to Marianne Green about her album "Dear Irish Boy" and how she started working with Irish music. Friday the 9th of July at 7 pm (Irish time)

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    Accuradio is a free Internet Station providing huge number of music categories. I’ve just posted the address for the Celtic channel.

    Here’s a link for Trad Irish.

    There are lots more to discover on the website

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