Best Hornpipe podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Top 100 Fiddle/Celtic/Irish Songs banjo songs which Banjo Hangout members have uploaded to the website.
 
Boozhoo all.I'm Wetootwaag. My show is mainly Bagpiping by myself, and some others popping by now and again.
 
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Dr Sandman PhD
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Join Dave and Zakk on a weekly adventure to try and turn that dreaded phrase "I had the weirdest dream last night" into something you LONG to hear.
 
Top 100 Bluegrass (Scruggs) Songs banjo songs which Banjo Hangout members have uploaded to the website.
 
Top 100 Songs banjo songs which Banjo Hangout members have uploaded to the website.
 
Newest 100 Classical Songs banjo songs which Banjo Hangout members have uploaded to the website.
 
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Everything Folk
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A great podcast which is all about folk, we have a pick of folk music every week. The podcast covers all types of folk from modern folk to Traditional Irish Jigs.
 
Top 100 Celtic/Irish Songs fiddle songs which Fiddle Hangout members have uploaded to the website.
 
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This week's episode contains one (1) extra special editing snafu. Welcome back, my gentle dream lobsters. This episode brings you an important correction, all the information you'll ever need about Grover from Sesame Street's Digivolutions, and the still living severed upper torso of the WWE's favourite funerary ghoul.…
 
It has been a minute since we last brought you a bevvy of heavy dream based comedy, hasn't it? Well, we're back -- and this time, we discuss the true psychic might of Uri Geller, we accidentally namedrop an unmentionable sex-move, and we encourage a new movement of body positivity in the Greek style. Additional sounds this episode provided by K ...…
 
Tunaday #28 - In Sawmill tuning - (gDGCD).By rickhayes.
 
A Bill Emerson classic. Key of CBy Bill Emerson.
 
Welcome back to another episode of Dr Sandman PhD! This week, we find out who would win in a Battle Royale between various celebrity largem'n, and Zakk takes the absolute wildest tangent this, or any other podcast, has ever had the audacity to veer into. Additional sound work this episode provided by Daniel Simion, and Anthony Ferguson.…
 
This fun song is the old-time Tune of the Week for 2/1/19, a day before Groundhog Day.By JanetB.
 
We're back! It's the month of love, and in this week's episode we talk about how Zakk hasn't pissed himself since he was sixteen, Machine Gun Kelly's crippling brain disease, and Seth Rogan's collection of very expensive gis.
 
Tunaday #163 - G/D tuning (gDGAD)By rickhayes.
 
For TOTW, 1/18/2019. CH. Double C tuning. Wildwood.By Charlie Bowman.
 
It's been a minute, but we're back with more steamy dream action. This week, we ask truly important questions like: Is there a heaven for Ian Beales? What if the cast of the Inbetweeners were beaten into paste by the Beast King? And, perhaps most importantly of all, what if Hermann Goering was a polyglot?…
 
I've always had a soft spot for Marches, and this classic's up there with the best o'them I reckon. Thanks for steppin' up!. .... Don.By Allex Lithgow.
 
DEERING SMILE BRIDGE TEST OLD BRIDGEBy decorah818.
 
This week we explore the power of nominative determinism with the world's strongest half man/half lion/half jeep, and we get VERY distracted, again.
 
This week brings us to the very precipice, the bleeding edge of progressive rock, as we uncover King Crimson's lost album "In the Court of the Fungus King", and we throw a LOT of spaghetti at the wall as we dust off another dream from our level 9000 dream master.
 
In this week's episode, we confront an audio hellscape with the ghost of Amelia Earhart, and take a trip to Professor Xavier's Carnival for Wayward Ham Accidents. (Warning, may contain extra special T-shirt give away)
 
This week, we discuss the zaniest possible timeline, the cyclopean nature of Mr Bean and his four smol friends, and Zakk reveals some of the dark rituals of the cult of Yorkshire.
 
This week, we talk about how we're both secretly Dr Dolittle, we announce the most exciting line up Coachella has ever had, and we finally nail down what exactly is in a Full English. Sweet dreams!
 
It's been a grip, but our boys are back and Shrekker than ever. This time, we invent the Tony Tony Toe Tap Toe Tony Tony Torture, and speculate on what is truly the most unnecessarily ambitious crossover in this history of time.
 
Played thumb-lead two-finger style on a 1960s Paramount reso-tone. Key of G, tuned to gDGCD (sawmill tuning). TOTW for 27 July 2018By jack_beuthin.
 
Wildwood Flower in G. First crack at overdubbing. Open Back banjo with nylon strings, bari uke, shaker, and then some. Enjoy.By meritcooper.
 
Take a trip with us this week to sunny Costa del Sand, home of the haunting Üwawei bird, as we sing you the siren song of the shouty butcher man, discuss Desperate Dan's pie eating prowess, and introduce the hottest new hairstyle: the suicide skullet.
 
In this super special episode, we bring a full coven of dark dream sorcerers in to divine meaning from the entrails of your sleep shame. This week, we hear all about the WORST version of Splash Mountain humanly possible, and we write you out a prescription for some extra special medicine!
 
This week, we discuss what it would be like to start a cult in the field behind a Tescos, we ask who would win in a battle of wits between Pete Wentz and Abraham Lincoln, and we finally answer the age old question: "What is the most outrageous power move in American political history?"
 
Me on fretless banjo and Rory Robertie on fiddle. Even though we squared it up a bit from the original, it's still a very crooked tune.By John Salyer.
 
This week, Dave drops a tiny gong, Zakk invents a bicycle made of rats, and Kriss Akabusi gets a career relaunch.
 
This week, we discuss the Daimyo of Holmfirth, why you should NEVER bring children to a Phil Colins concert, and how to respect "the robots".
 
In this episode, the boys discuss living by the Micky Rourke 5% Lean Mince Meat diet, and the greatest superhero crossover event of all time.
 
Tunaday #14 - In Double C tuning (gCGCD).By rickhayes.
 
The O'Reilly's of 17th century Ireland were amongst Turlough O'Carolan's supportive patrons as the blind harpist traveled far and wide. When O'Carolan wrote a tune in their honor it was given the label "planxty." Unable to play for several weeks due to my broken shoulder, I offer something recorded previously on my clawhammer banjo.…
 
The O'Reilly's of 17th century Ireland were amongst Turlough O'Carolan's supportive patrons as the blind harpist traveled far and wide. When O'Carolan wrote a tune in their honor it was given the label "planxty." Unable to play for several weeks due to my broken shoulder, I offer something recorded previously on my clawhammer banjo.…
 
Cuje Bertram version of Blackbird Says to the Crow with Paul kirk and Stephen Rapp at jam.By Stephen Rapp.
 
For the old-time Tune of the Week, 6/1/18, with no real title. It may have been collected in Ireland and the title forgotten. The tune has a beautiful emotional quality I like. Thank you, Mary Z Cox for presenting another one of your outstanding repertoire pieces this week.By JanetB.
 
Tunaday #157 - Per Anita Kermode in Zepp's site, this is "Willie Moore G/D" tuning - gDGAD.By rickhayes.
 
Uploaded for the Old Time Tune of the Week for May 11, 2018. From the Mississippi Possum Hunters, whose 1930 recording was a sort of homage to Mississippi John Hurt.By Don Borchelt.
 
In gCGce. I've been obsessed with this tune played on the banjo, since playing with my friend Barbara last summer. I have played the tune on the fiddle, for years, but not on the banjo. Influenced by the recording of the Mississippi Possum Hunters https://www.slippery-hill.com/recording/last-shot-got-him…
 
For the old time Tune of the Week, 4/28/18, the first part of this medley comes from BHO member RG, learned (he thinks) from a wonderful friend, Larry Brown. The second part is how I think traditionally of Barlow Knife in three parts. My dad didn't have a barlow knife, but his boy scout knife reminded me of one.…
 
We had a fun jam with Dan Levenson this past weekend, here in Colorado. Sarah Armstrong's Tune got plenty of play time, and I got motivated to learn it rather than always faking it. Really fun to play this one on the banjo. My rendition is roughly based on playing along with the Red Mountain White Trash on the "Chickens Don't Roost Too High" al ...…
 
A Cab Calloway hit from the 1930's, that our 7 piece jazz band often played on a Sunday arvo' at the ''Story Bridge'' pub ... a very popular watering hole, here on the banks of the Brisbane river. \Key F, tuning CGBD ..... hope you enjoy this one on plectrum banjo.. ..... Don.By Don Lewers.
 
A multitrack recording of my slow and simple version of this Lynn Morris tune, where I'm playing clawhammer banjo (Enoch 12" Tradesman with Rickard Dobson tone ring, Double D), fiddle (low G tuned up to A), guitar (Martin HD-28), and bass. This version is more Old Time. As is always the case, better headphones/earbuds/speakers will do a better ...…
 
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