Motley Crue and Morris Dancing

Around Lughnasadh this past Summer I was interviewed by Phil Widdows for the UK’s premier folk and acoustic music podcast Folkcast. Well, I am delighted to say that the interview has now been released as a Folkcast Special Edition. Me and Phil talk about my music, my path to Druidry, Motley Crue, glam rock, Morris Dancing, the Spirit of Albion movie and much more. So make a nice cuppa and have a listen.

You can find the link here

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Shownotes for DruidCast Episode 40

Shownotes for DruidCast Episode 40
Sky Tower – Shibaten – http://www.shibatenspirits.com
Interview with Jason Pitzl-Waters of the Wild hunt Blog – http://www.wildhunt.org/blog
Make a Chain across the World – Murphey’s Midnight Rounders – On Reverbnation
Interview with Arthur hinds – http://www.arthurhinds.com
Poetry of Wondeer – Arthur Hinds – http://www.arthurhinds.com
Finnean’s Dance – Coyote Run – http://www.coyoterun.com
Hunter – Shibaten – http://www.shibatenspirits.com
DruidCast Theme – Hills they are Hollow – Damh the Bard – http://www.paganmusic.co.uk
For further information on the Druid tradition – http://www.druidry.org
Direct download: http://c1.libsyn.com/media/18840/DruidCast_SHOW40_OBOD.mp3

DruidCast – A Druid Podcast Episode 38

Shownotes for DruidCast Episode 38

Under the Greenwood Tree – Kim Thompsett – www.myspace.com/kimthompsett
Bonny Black Hare – Damh the Bard – www.paganmusic.co.uk
Interview with Rae Beth – www.raebeth.com
The Greenman and the Willow – Kim Thompsett – www.myspace.com/kimthompsett
Pagan Folk Against Fascism CD – www.earthyfolk.org/paganfolk
Willo Fae – The Dolmen – www.thedolmen.com
DruidCast theme – Hills they are Hollow – Damh the Bard – www.paganmusic.co.uk
For further information on the Druid tradition – www.druidry.org

Direct download: DruidCast_SHOW38_OBOD.mp3

Have your say on the DruidCast podcast

DruidCast isn’t just our podcast, it’s your podcast!

druidcastartworkI’d love to have you on the show! Why not use the voicemail service on these links and tell me what Druidry means to you, how you celebrate the turning seasons, if you are solitary or work in a group, or just leave a comment about the podcast.

Click the ‘Record by Phone’ button, and then select the country you are calling from.

Alternatively, record an MP3 comment or story on your computer, and email it to druidcast@gmail.com – I’d love to hear from you!

You can leave your comments on the voicemail recorders either on the OBOD DruidCast page or the DruidCast MySpace page http://www.myspace.com/druidcast