Michelle Butler Ceramics
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Michelle Butler Ceramics

These are fantastic ceramics by Michelle Butler! When listening to Celtic music, why not embellish your coffee table with something lasting and beautiful as well? Michelle Butler Ceramics offers a unique way of looking at crafts. If you want something striking and personal then her designs are definitely something you should consider as gifts to … Continue reading

Jamie Smith:”I have been singing for many years.” (Interview)
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Jamie Smith:”I have been singing for many years.” (Interview)

Check out our column Huzzah! Featuring: Sue Aston, Leza Mesiah,  Carlos Nuñez and Solas. The phenomenal Welsh singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Jamie Smith talks to The Celtic Music Fan about recording, performing and singing for the first time in an album. Jamie Smith remained a mystery for years to the Celtic music circle. His accordion playing is electrifying. … Continue reading

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Things Cornwall

Cornish traditional music played by Dalla at the additional “Nos Lowen” event hosted by Asturia … fine food and well-poured cider too – cheers, :D The dance – Mr Martin’s Reel (collected by Mr Hedley Martin in a place called Morval, near Looe) – is well known across Cornwall, and was danced at family parties, … Continue reading

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Sue Aston: The Cornish Muse Talks About Her New Album

Between Worlds the new album by multi-instrumentalist composer  Sue Aston  now out! I love how the Cornish landscape is portrayed in the 1939 Hitchcock movie Rebecca. Corn wall embodies bandoned castles, windswept hillsides, moderate climate and so much more. But apart from these scenes, it’s the people  who make Cornwall the Celtic nation  that it … Continue reading