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Hugh McLean, singer, songwriter and multi instramentalist. First band at age 18 was the William Ponsonby dance band, very busy band 1963. Then the Blueglows showband till 1972. Recorded two singles. Tonight Carmen and the Finn Harps song written by myself and Fergus Cleary. Then Evelyn and the Envoys.recorded a few singles and an LP with Evelyn. Then the Mighty Avons for six years.recorded a lot of singles and LPs,.had a big hit with a song called the Leprechaun.got a gold disc. Left the Avons in 1980 and toured both solo and with different musicians. U.S.A. England.Holland.Scotland etc. wrote and recorded a song called The Hitchhiker. Sold over 100,000 records.another gold disc. Became one of the first pilots in Donegal.got full license in 1978. Studied biology with the open university in the 80s. Graduated with a Bachelor of science degree in 1987. Still writing and recording music and enjoying his retirement.  He loves Keltic Radio and mixlr chatroom friends and the interaction

Elliott Redeker is a songwriter who, along with his wife and daughter call Calgary, Alberta home. A member of both the Association of Country Music in Alberta and the Canadian Country Music Association, Elliott has a passion for country music and the people who make it.  Elliott’s favorite thing about being a songwriter is seeing the emotion in someone’s face when a song he wrote makes a personal connection.​

The Keoster from Studio 5 in Moville, Co. Donegal with the best of movie theme songs and the biggest hits of all times. The Keoster is on every Monday ,Thursday  and Friday evenings. Ciarans an actor and singer also he has been in 5 films made in the Derry area and has done numerous Theatre roles ....his music has included 3 charity cover albums with Rock n roll songs his big influences are Elvis , Meatloaf ,De niro and Travolta hes also on YouTube  channel  called CKTV where he has a big mix of videos but he Vlogs about his WLS /vsg journey

Geoff Dorsett from the UK playing  60s, 70s, and 80s

Dave Watkins from the UK bringing us The Country Mile

Mustang Mitch and his cousin Floyd F-150 are a couple country boys from the middle of nowhere, Tennessee. Before getting into radio, Mitch worked every job under the sun from shining shoes, to driving a truck. Through his many jobs he's had a couple brushes with superstardom. He once shined Keith Whitley's boots at an airport in New Mexico, he plowed a garden for George Jones, worked as a roadie for the Oak Ridge Boys, and was even punched in the face by Burt Reynolds. 

Floyd on the other hand has never held a job, and many wonder how Floyd has been able to support himself over the years. 

Mitch has been homeless, and has slept several nights in rest stop bathrooms all across the United States. He draws from these experiences to deliver stories to his audience that no one else can. Mitch prides himself on being a world class entertainer. When he isn't on the radio hosting the Mustang Mitch Show, he enjoys working on his car Trigger, fishin', writing love letters to Shania Twain, going to flea markets, watching game shows, and touring with his band.

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Déaglán O'Callaghan with Country Folk playing Irish, country, folk and Australian When Declan O’Callaghan was attending school at St. Laurence O’Tool in Dublin’s Sheriff Street in his early years, the music tastes of all the students was invariably the all pervasive pop/rock of English and American artists. Irish music of any sort rarely got a look in. For Declan, and for the youth of Ireland, all’s changed utterly. Now Irish music is no longer considered old-fashioned and out off date. The Irish youth now appreciate their culture, music and openly embrace and enjoy all Irish music. Declan stresses he likes to play all types of music on his program, however his own personal favourites are such as Bill Whelan, Frances and Mary Black, Christy Moore, Kieran Goss, Jim Mc Cann, Dubliners, Paddy Reilly and many more. Declan also loves giving new artists air play. Declan has spent many years on Australian radio, producing and presenting the longest running Irish three hour show. During this time, Declan introduced many Irish artists to his large Australian listeners. Now living back in Ireland. Declan is reconnecting with his love of music and radio

Dee Brown, the founder of Keltic Radio hails from Co. Donegal, Ireland broadcasting  from Studio 1 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. A fast paced light hearted country & Irish show. Requests and dedications are always welcome

Joe Singleton from the UK bringing two shows, Big Blues Bonanza and Red Rose Country

Buddy Gale presents The Cowboy Way, taking us on a journey through his life on the ranch and all things western from Alberta over the last 90 years

Bill Black with Classic Country. A country music aficionado, Bill is a very talented and experienced broadcaster who has brought listeners in Scotland the best in country music for many years.
Bill has presented Country music radio shows for the last 43 years in West Central Scotland.


 

Paul McClay from Lifford, Co.Donegal playing Pauls Favourites

David Marks from Glasgow in Scotland with his recorded Sounds Irish show

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Paddy Kelly from Derry Northern Ireland specialises in classic trance and house with big basslines and eurphoric old skool club sound that will get you amped up for weekend

Patricia Fraser whos been on radio for many years. Celt in a Twist is Canada's contemporary Celtic hour. Tune in  every week for the best of Celtic music from around the globe.

Donie Tarrant 
From Cork moved to Dublin in 1982.
Monday to Friday work as producer and presenter on Near FM's current affairs program, "NORTHSIDE TODAY"
Sunday from 2 - 4 is reserved for my passion in COUNTRY MUSIC. Loves the connection with Keltic Radio, music from coast to coast

If you think youve got what it takes to be one of the Keltic Radio team get in touch and you could appear here!

 

Don started singing and playing guitar at the age of seven and has grown up performing all styles of music. Today he sings in the Acappella group Standing Room Only and is lead vocalist and guitarist in the band Trio Avenue. Since 2000 Don owns and operates Encore Recording a Recording studio in Calgary Alberta

Seamus McCarron from Carndonagh Co. Donegal with the Melting Pot Live every Thursday at 9pm GMT and 2pm MDT with the best in music from classic to contemporary featuring a variety of Genres such as rock, jazz, soul, reggae, folk, blues from local, Irish and international artists.

Jims Jukebox every Monday from Studio 4 in Co. Tyrone plays the best of golden oldies, love songs and much more

Denis Peoples from studio 14 in Kilmacrennan in Co. Donegal known as The Outlaw plays the best of country, both Irish and American

Peter Englefield from Leeds in the UK a recorded show. Englefields Country Roots

Marc James and all round entertainer from Norwich in the UK playing the best of country, oldies and everything inbetween

Declan, I will be doing a Show once a week providing you the very best in Irish music.  I will be playing some traditional Irish music as well as some of your Irish country and Irish folk music. Once in a while I will give you a chance to win some CD albums on the show from time to time. Most of the music i will be playing will come from Ireland I will also be playing music from other countries but the song or Artist must have some connection to Ireland.

Award wining Irish & Celtic music podcast brought to you by Marc Gunn

Chris Jensen Wireless Programme

Chris has been involved in broadcasting on and off since he was 16 years of age, having worked on closed circuit radio, medium-wave, fm and short-wave.
Today Chris produces a weekly syndicated golden oldies programme 

Joe  Bollard was born in Dublin, he lost his sight at the age of two, and attended a school for the blind in Dublin until the age of six, it was at that point the family moved to Liverpool England, Joe attended a school for the blind in Liverpool where he got his first music lesson and was smitten with the music bug, from that first music lesson Joe had only one thing on his mind, he was going to be a musician,Joe missed Ireland and made up his mind he would go back there one day, after leaving school Joe endeavoured to make a musical  career for himself in and around the city of Liverpool, when Joe was 22 he answered an advertisement in the newspaper a band in the west of Ireland was looking for a piano player, Joe jumped at the chance to get back to Ireland, he got the job and moved to Ballina County Mayo where he played piano and did vocals with the Jack Ruane band, he stayed with the band for seven years, he married a girl from Dublin and after their second son arrived Joe felt that it was time to move on, he moved to Dublin and once again started to try to make a name for himself on the music scene, he moved to Bray County Wicklow and became a well known musician in that area, he now trains his local church choir, plays the organ in the church, does lots of solo gigs around the County Wicklow area, he has been involved in radio for many years, and for a long time hosted a programme especially for people with sight losss on the national radio station   in Ireland, he worked for many years on his local radio station in Bray, and still does radio work mainly on the internet, Joe is a big sports fan, and an ardent reader, he reads braille and audio books, love going for long walks by the sea  with his guide dog York he loves every type of music, from classical big band good country and Irish music, and has a  great happy outlook on life.