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The Celtfather Presents

The Celtfather... 

Meet Marc Gunn, The Celtfather. He's a Celtic Geek who plays Sci F'Irish music. That's like Irish drinking songs fused together with science fiction and fantasy. It's a thing! 

The Celtfather loves music. He loves to travel. He loves his Celtic heritage and science fiction. Don your kilt and get inspired by exciting travels to Ireland, Scotland, and other Celtic adventures. Enjoy stories about music inspired by Star Wars, Star Trek, hobbits, Firefly, and even cats.

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Nov 25, 2014

I was at the post office today. When the attendant asked me how I got to music. And I discovered a nice revelation about how Elvis Presley's music affected me. Subscribe at  

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Nov 24, 2014

On my drive back to the Louisiana Renaissance Festival, I had a brainstorm about a new podcast that I hope to roll out in the next couple o'weeks. It's a new Celtic Christmas podcast highlighting my album Celtic Christmas Greetings which is now mostly in the mail. Find out what I love about podcasts and also how you can...

Nov 17, 2014

I'm trying to figure out how to promote my Celtic music show at the Louisiana Renaissance Festival. So I take a retrospective look at what is Celtic music and what is Celtic Geek?

Nov 17, 2014

I've been sharing the stage with the Dublin Harpers, a family of Celtic musicians from Dublin, Ohio. As the name says, they play harp music, but it's not like harp music you've heard before. There are at least two harpers, a bodhran player, and occasional other instruments mixed in by the whole family. The music is also...

Nov 17, 2014

I got to chat with Jared Billeaud, one of the drummers and singers with the Whiskey Bay Rovers. He also came up with the original idea for the song "Reavers, Malcolm, Reavers" that went on my CD, "Sci Fi Drinking Songs". We talked a wee bit about how he got started with music and the song.