Skip to main content

Music Saves My Soul


This week I have another Irish influenced band that I wanted to share for St. Patrick's day. This is one of my favorite bands to see each year at Milwaukee's Irish Fest.


I apologize for the sound quality. I had a hard time finding a video to post.






I just stumbled across this and had to add it.





If you would like to play along, link up your song at Marcea's blog.

Comments

Lisa aka Myran said…
Lovely new tunes Cheryl :)
Marcea said…
fab irish influenced music again hunny - love your choices .... always do :o)
xxx
Wendy Colledge said…
Brilliant songs Cheryl!
Hugs from Ireland
xx
lis-m said…
Can't beat the irish for music.. but i guess I had to say that , with my surname!
went and saw Altan.. Dont know if you've heard of them?
I little fella got up in the audience , boy could he dance !!
great tunes.
hugs xx
Karin said…
Love the Irish pick this week...Love the fiddle in the second song...Is the first group local to the area? They are fantastic :)
silverchimes said…
You sent me that Seven Nations mp3 back in 2008. Such a great song!
Emily Leiphart said…
I LOVE Ashley MacIsaac!! Thanks for sharing!
We are not familiar with St. Patricksday but I love Ireland and her music!! TFS

I'm very curious what you think of my choice this week (a little late). They started out liked by all the young girls but their mothers picked them up as well...I bet that's not because of their high standerd songs :D This song sounds very happy and was their biggest hit for so far.

XOXO Renata
Sande said…
Cheryl

I think I just added Seven Nations to my favorite band list. I'm new to "Music Saves My Soul Saturday" and ironically just discovered by accident that I my paternal great mother and her parents were born in Ireland. Imagine that surprise at age 62. Needless to say there will be much celebrating on St. Patty's Day. Thanks for posting...they are super.

Popular posts from this blog

Berry the Snowman

Okay, Berry the Snowman doesn’t have the same ring as Frosty, but I think his cuteness totally makes up for it.  This is another one of the images that I colored during my crafting day with a friend before Thanksgiving.  I’m happy I had the chance to get him on a card.    Have a great week!  Thank you for stopping by!Supplies:Stamps:  Berry from Stacy Yacula Studio at Purple Onion DesignsInks:  Memento Tuxedo Black Papers:  Neenah Classic Craft Solar White CS, Papertrey kraft CS, Carta Bella Winter Fun paper pad 6x6 Tools:  Sewing machine, Big Shot, Papertrey Doily details die, Stampin’ Up corner punch, Copic markers Embellishments:  May Arts Burlap twine, Tattered Angels glimmer mist, button Challenges:Clear It Out 2W, 3E, Must use stash item - Challenge: Anything Goes Stash Item:Anything Goes (Twine, button, die cut – had it cut and sitting in a bin since last Xmas)Loves Rubber Stamps W - #82 Anything Goes ChristmasOldie But A Goodie Challenge 2W, must use something at least 6mts ol…

Catered Crop–Washi Tape

Hello!  Linda has another new and fun recipe challenge at the Catered Crop.  The new challenge is to use washi tape on your creation.For my washi tape creation, I decided to go make a Christmas card.  I dug into my stash of coffee sleeves to make these fun banners.  The letter and edge die cuts are all covered with washi tape. Linda has curated a board on Pinterest loaded with washi tape inspiration.    You can click on the photo below to be taken directly to her Pinterest board: Washi Tape.Don’t forget to stop by the Catered Crop to link your Washi Tape creation.Thank you for looking!   Have a great day!Supplies:Stamps: Snowflake Serenade by Papertrey Ink Inks: Papertrey kraft dye ink Tools:  Big Shot, Papertrey Banner Builder die, Papertrey Block Alpha Upper die collection, Die-namics Simply Scallop edge die, Sewing machine Papers:  Papertrey white CS, Stampin’Up Real Red CS, Starbucks coffee sleeve Embellishments:  Washi tape, Baker’s twine
Challenges:613 Avenue Create - W - 

Catered Crop–Seeing Red

Hello!  I’m back. I’m sorry I have been gone so long.  Things have been so hectic that I haven’t had the chance to spend time in my craft room for months.  I was able to sneak away to my craft room for a while this weekend and hope to make it a regular event.I decided to use the Catered Crop’s Seeing Red recipe swap and take the opportunity to cook up some note cards to give to my mother in-law.  Although I only had time to make 4 cards, it was great to spend time in my craft room again.As always, Linda cooked up a fabulous Pinterest board to help get our creative mojo flowing.   Click on the photo below to go to her Seeing Red inspiration board.Don’t forget to link up your Seeing Red creations at the Catered Crop.Thank you for stopping by!Supplies:Stamps:  Fancy Flourishes & Little Labels from Papertrey Ink Inks:  Close To My Heart Hollyhock & Papertrey Ink Kraft inks Papers:  Papertrey white CS, My Mind’s Eye Miss Caroline Dolled Up 6x6 paper pad, misc. scrap red CS, Starbuc…