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Sunday Street playlist for 03/15/2015

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
Opening set
The ChieftainsThe Women of IrelandBarry Lyndon ST
Van Morrison & The ChieftainsCeltic RayAn Irish Heartbeat
The Chieftains & Nanci GriffithRed is the RoseAn Irish Evening
The Chieftains & Tom JonesThe Tennessee WaltzThe Long Black Veil
Set # 2
The Burns SistersFar From My HomeLooking Back*
Susan McKeown w/ James MaddockEverything We Had Was GoodBelong
James MaddockMaking MemoriesAnother Life
WoodLet Me FallSongs from Stamford Hill
Set # 3
Pine Hill ProjectSweetest ThingTomorrow You're Going*
SolasOn a Sea of Fleur De LisWaiting for an Echo
Antje DuvekotDiamond on Your HandBig Dream Boulevard
AltanWhite BirdsThe Widening Gyre*
Set # 4
Dayna KurtzYou're Not What I NeedRise and Fall*
Janis JoplinA Woman Left LonelyPearl
Dan PennZero WillpowerDo Right Man
Maura O'ConnellFirst You CryBlue is the Colour of Hope
Set # 5
Maura O'ConnellThe Rose of RoscraeThe Rose of Roscrea*
Tom RussellShe Talks to GodThe Rose of Roscrea*
Tom RussellIrish Medley/The StableThe Rose of Roscrea*
Set # 6
Jory NashKing In DenialThe Many Hats of Jory Nash*
John PrineIt's a Big Old Goofy WorldThe Missing Years
Chuck Brodsky2000 FriendsTell Tale Heart*
Set # 7
Black 47Queen of Coney IslandLast Call
Black 47Staten Island BabyNew York Town
Larry KirwanThe Only Living Boy in New YorkKilroy Was Here
Jez LoweChanging of the GuardsYounger Than That Now
Bob DylanArthur McBrideGood As I Been To You

Today's program highlighted the forthcoming Tom Russell epic, The Rose of Roscrae, a two CD "folk opera" of the old west. We'll be speaking with Tom about this latest project of his next week. Also new to our playlist, releases from The Burns Sisters, Dayna Kurtz, Jory Nash and Chuck Brodsky. With St. Patrick's Day ahead of us this week, our music mix had a distinct Celtic tint today.