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Celtfather Explores

Welcome to The Celtfather Podcast... I'll take good care of ye!

Explore the world of Celtic Geeks, the people who love all things Celtic and science fiction. That's a thing?! You betcha. Don your kilt and experience inspiration, exciting travels to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, Italy, Brittany and more. Enjoy stories and lessons about Irish music and drinking songs in a way you never before imagined, with Star Wars, Star Trek, hobbits, Firefly, and even cats. Join me a couple times a month as we celebrate the Celtic Geek Revolution!

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Sep 30, 2014

Every three years, much like Brigadoon, a small hobbit village arises from the mist in central Kentucky. I just got back and was able to snag an interview with one of the founders of ALEP, A Long Expected Party, the ultimate gathering of Lord of the Rings fans on the planet. Our very own Bilbo Baggins had...


Sep 29, 2014

I'm on the road to ALEP, The hobbit gathering in Central Kentucky. As I listen to some podcasts and CDs right, I got inspired to put out my own show and talk about some of the stuff that's happening.  Today's show is sponsored by Audible. Get a free audiobook and a 30-day free trial at


Sep 22, 2014

Last night, I had a very successful show of cat songs. About forty people showed up to celebrate our joint love of cats. I talk about that as well as some more riveting news that will have you on the edge of your seat anticipating cool new projects. Today's show is brought to you by Irish Drinking Songs for Cat...


Sep 15, 2014

Halfway to St. Patrick's Day may've once been associated with Arthur's Day, and getting drunk on Guinness. I like to think of it as another reminder that Celtic music, dance, art, and culture are alive and growing throughout the world. I hope you will join me in celebrating Halfway to St. Patrick's Day. Turn on...


Sep 12, 2014

I was looking at Google Trends today. I found that "Celtic music" has declined dramatically in popularity since 2008. So in today's podcast, I not only talk about what happened, but also how we can change the trend and create a spike in popularity. Today's show is sponsored by the Irish & Celtic Music Podcast....