I think it was 2003 that I first released a compilation CD called Coventina’s Well. It featured a bunch of awesome Celtic bands I found MP3.com. I paid royalties to the artists on the compilation for each album that sold. … Continue reading
One of my big goals in love is the support of non-profits and helping my community. Thus, my record label, Mage Records, in conjunction with the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast creates compilation CDs. A portion of the sale of … Continue reading
In 2002, I saw a Celtic band I loved was performing at a Sci Fi convention. It was Emerald Rose. I thought, “WTF! Why is a Celtic band playing at a Sci Fi convention. Well, if they can do … Continue reading
Every couple months, we update our list of the top 10 most-popular Celtic CDs Sold Online by Mage Records. This latest offering features the most-popular albums of 2010. Find more Celtic Music CD charts here. #1 Irish Drinking Songs For … Continue reading
Mage Records considers it important to donate a portion of CD sales to non-profit organizations. Typically, these donations come from compilation CDs. As of January 1, 2011, Mage Records has donated over $16,000 cash to non-profits since 2005. Celtic Non-Profits … Continue reading
Victims of Irish Music climbed to #90 on the Top 100 World Music albums on iTunes.
Reviews are pouring in for Marc Gunn’s new CD, Irish Drinking Songs: The Cat Lover’s Companion. People are meowing their praises for Gunn’s interpretation of Irish songs that he parodied on his 2005 release of Irish Drinking Songs for Cat … Continue reading