Free Celtic CD

Every year for St. Patrick’s Day, I compile a new list of St Patrick’s Day MP3 downloads that are 100% free and legal.  Many of these artists are played regularly in the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.  And ALL of these artists were generous enough to offer their music for a brand compilation CD entitled the Best of the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast.

Sales of this compilation CD benefits the podcast as well as a variety of Celtic non-profits.  I’ve donated over $20,000 to Celtic non-profits around the United States.  So when you buy a CD, you support both this podcast and your fellow Celts.

However, you can download this album now FOR FREE.  This album is similar to one you will receive every month when you become a member of Song Henge.  Normally, you will receive 1-3 songs from 5-7 Celtic bands, plus the occasional free album like this one.

Download: “17 Celtic Music Downloads for St. Patrick’s Day” (64 MB)

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17 Free Irish & Celtic Music Downloads for St. Patrick’s Day

  1. “Sweeney’s Buttermilk” by FIMM
    from Roiboos e Disappunti
  2. “The Whiskey Never Lies” (Burns, ASCAP) by Sligo Rags
    from The Whiskey Never Lies
  3. “The Girls Set” by Banshee in the Kitchen
    from Live at Painted Sky
  4. “Star of the County Down”
    by Jed Marum with Hugh Morrison and Mason Brown
    from Sands of Aberdeen
  5. “Hot Days” (Siegl/Brabec/Trad.) by Poitin
    from Hot Days
  6. “Chi Mi Na Morbheanna/Sleepy Maggie” by MacTalla Mor
    from The New Colossus
  7. “Almost Irish” (Halloran) by Ceann
    from Almost Irish
  8. “Considine’s Grove” by Anne Roos
    from A Light in the Forest
  9. “Boys Of Tandragee/Tuesday Morning/Checkered Blanket” (Trad./Lewin-Tiarks) by Athas
    from Athas
  10. “Ye Jacobites By Name” (Burns) by Beth Patterson
    from Hybrid Vigor
  11. “Loch Lomond” by Jesse Ferguson
    from New Old Songs
  12. “The Mason’s Apron” by Rattle the Boards
    from The Parish Platform
  13. “Jig Jag” by Jamie Laval and Ashley Broder
    from Zephyr in the Confetti Factory
  14. “Rocks of Bawn” by Maidens IV
    from Emerald Fire
  15. “Auld Triangle” (Behan) by Patrick’s Head
    from Arse Biscuits
  16. “Ormond Sound/Liberty Joe’s/Broken” (O’Brien/Hurley/Trad.)
    by Pitch the Peat
    from Far From Home
  17. “Wild Mountain Thyme” (McPeake) by Marc Gunn
    from Slainte!

Well, I hope you have a brilliant St. Patrick’s Day. Drink responsibly and Slainte!


Marc Gunn, “The Celtfather” is an Irish and Scottish folk singer with a strange affinity for Celtic ballads, drinking songs and cats. He is also Celtic music podcaster and promoters as well as publisher of Celtic Music Magazine.