Added on Tuesday 21 Aug 2012
The Celtic Music Radiothon fundraising appeal has been running since Friday 3 August and we are all here at Celtic Music Radio grateful by the support from listeners.
This Saturday and Sunday we will be opening our phone lines for donations, requests and messages.
Please call on our studio phone-in number on 0141 548 4041 with your pledges. From outside the UK call access then 44 141 548 4041. If you have donated during the past week, it is appreciated. If you have still to make your donation, this weekend is when to do it! Celtic Music Radio is a charity registered with OSCR. Number SC041172.
Live from the Celtic Music Radio studios, the fundraising Radiothon continues with guests galore, interviews and live sessions and the all important personal giving. Presenters include, Ross Macfaden, Alex Jenkins, Gordon Hotchkiss. Regular monthly donations of £5 or what you can afford to keep the music flowing please donate here. Phone-in your donation or pledge on 0141 548 4041 or donate online at celticmusicradio.net
08:00 - Edmund McKay Sunday Breakfast
Edmund gets the last day of the Celtic Music Radiothon underway with a mix of relaxing and varied music and chat including the Sunday newspaper headlines and the weather forecast for the day ahead. Contact Edmund on his Facebook page or by email: email@example.com or at firstname.lastname@example.org
10:00 - On the Weekend Mike Marwick
with an eclectic mix of music featuring classic tracks to fine singer-songwriters, Cajun and Americana. Visit the On The Weekend Facebook page.
12:00 - Stewart Fenwick Celtic Country Show
Stewart presents the very best in Country music from here in Scotland and from around the world. Email: email@example.com
14:00 - Festival Fling Radiothon 2012
Liz Clark introduces live music recordings from recent 2012 festivals.
15:00 - Sunday Roast
With Sandy Pratt looking back at Friday night's Folk on the Boat plus today's Radiothon with special guests including Davy Lees and Haggerdash. Tune in at 3.00pm for the Wee Scottish Quiz with this week's prize being The Scottish Joke Book. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07588 15 1530 or visit Sandy's Facebook page or call 0141 548 4041.
17:00 - Ciaran Dorris Sunday Session - Radiothon Grande Finale Party Ciaran Dorris with a mix of folk, country and acoustic music and a host of guests to round up the end the very first Celtic Music Radiothon. Contact the programme via email at: email@example.com or call 0141 548 4041 or use the Ciaran Dorris Facebook page or via text on 07588 15 1530.
19:00 - The Mary K Burke Show
Mary K Burke presents a mix of Scottish and Irish singer-songer writer music and Americana with Mary winding-up the very first fundraising Celtic Music Radiothon. Call 0141 548 4041.
21.00 - Eddie Beggan and Martin McLaughlin
Glasgow singer-songwriter Eddie Beggan and Martin McLaughlin with their take on music and his quiz. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and Eddie's Facebook page.
22.00 - The Sunday Getherin' with Karin Ingram
From Galashiels in the Scottish Borders, Karin presents music and guests. A TD1 Radio Production.
00:00 - Celtic Chill
01:00 - Nightime Timeshift
Another chance to hear at 01:00 Stewart Fenwick Country Show and at 03:00 Ciaran Dorris. (Rpt).
The second Folk on the Boat fundraiser for Celtic Music Radio and the Maid of the Loch went ahead on 10th August. Watch the video at Celtic Music Radio
To acknowledge Glasgow's close ties and associations with American roots music and heritage, No Mean City will present 13 concerts performed across six of Glasgow's best loved live music venues.
No Mean City will take place at O2 ABC Glasgow, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow; Oran Mor at the top of Byres Road in the west-end; The Captain's Great Western Road at Woodlands Cross, SWG3 studio warehouse, Eastvale Street, Glasgow; Stereo, Renfield Lane in the city centre and the award winning King Tut's Wah Wah Hut in Bath Street.
Keep up to date with No Mean City on Celtic Music Radio 1530AM and online.
As part of the Celtic Music Radio Radiothon, the station has received many kind donations towards the fundraising Radiothon Appeal.
Visit our eBay Auction Page to view these items where you can make your bid and inturn support Celtic Music Radio.
Here are a few of items in the auction...
The Ubiquitous Chip Restaurant in Ashton Lane, Hillhead in the west end of Glasgow is offering a superb meal for two people at this award winning restaurant having won the 'Good Food Guide Readers' Restaurant of the Year for Scotland 2012.
Continually inspired by Scotland's larder, The Chip has grown to become something of a Glasgow icon. The courtyard dining room is one of the most endearing magical spaces in Glasgow. A fine dining menu is on offer in the restaurant throughout the year with menus dictated by the seasons.
The Ubiquitous Chip is supporting the Celtic Music Radiothon 2012 and you can too by bidding this fine dining experience.
Mary Kathleen Burke has kindly put herself up for auction to help our Radiothon Appeal. You could have Mary perform a Private House Concert in your own living room. The date and time to be agreed by the winning bidder and Mary. Mary Kathleen Burke is one of Scotland's best known Country/folk singer-songwriter recording artist and live music promoter. Her debut album 'A Song in her Heart' released on The Greentrax Label won worldwide critical acclaim and airplay.
How would you like Mary to come to your house and perform a private concert for you and your friends?
Here's your chance! Bid here.
For a young woman who has evidently beaten leukaemia into remission, it was going to take more than a mere throat infection for founder-member Doris Muramatsu to cancel Girlyman?s much-anticipated Glasgow gig. So the recently augmented quartet - bolstered now by drummer J J Jones (ex Po? Girl) at Stereo in Renfield Lane, Glasgow for Alan Hendry - turned in a memorable and extended set that showcased the band?s new album, Supernova, but also revisited earlier delights of the Everything?s Easy recording.
Memorable tunes allied to pensive, thoughtful lyrics have long been the hallmark of this Atlanta-based outfit?s collective style, with the icing on its musical cake being flawless, trademark soaring harmonies.
While generous with their talents on stage, the Girlyman members also proved very ready to mingle in the interval then meet and chat with their supporters, happily signing albums, concert flyers and even ticket stubs as cherished souvenirs of a musically super-cool evening on what was one of this summer?s hottest days.
A show, incidentally, opened by the entertaining and polished Seonaid Aitken Set, a trio outing on this occasion with the classically-trained Fife fiddler backed by Davy and Paul Dickson whose skills and style are neatly encapsulated in the Furious Floyd EP.
Texan Kimmie Rhodes was another visiting performer a - she talks to her audiences as if they?ve known each other all their lives.Perhaps, as a glance at some fellow members of the audience at the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow suggested, that really is the case.
The lady herself, accompanied on guitar in Glasgow by her instrumentalist/record producing son Gabriel - Gabe, as she calls him - was a couthy, low-key romp through her three decades of songwriting, leavened by some chatty insights (some might call it name dropping?) into encounters on and off stage with some giants of country-flavoured music making.
Her latest collection, discwise, is Dreams of Flying, produced at Sunbird Studios in Austin, Texas by Gabe but mixed and recorded by Kimmie?s late husband, Joe Gracey. A truly talented family.