We have now solidly begun our fourth year of publication and it has been an interesting journey. At left you will find our 38th issue, our February 2015 "The Voyage" issue.
There are many great stories inside to read in this over-sized issue, with our theme bent and twisted in a variety of entertaining ways. The cover art is of the fateful Titanic, built in Belfast, Northern Ireland, one voyage that ended in disaster. Clicking on the cover image to your left will take you to the second issue for 2015. ALL earlier issues can be accessed using the tabs above.
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We began our fourth year with 62,381 website hits on our counter and have jumped to 64.204 hits as of this February upload. Also, we have well over 15,000 Facebook 'likes'!
Be sure to check out the music videos and song files from all over the world under our Free Music tab! The performers are listed in alphabetical order by country. We begin with songs from the new album "Hero" by Austria's Celtic music great, SEM (Sandra Elizabeth Mae). Her ten-song CD is available on iTunes and Amazon. We've recently added four songs from the band Phoenix, hailing from Romania! In anticipation of a March interview, we have added a few songs by the Harp Twins, who have performed internationally, and for heads of state. There are many other great Celtic musicians from around the world who have offered examples of their work, at no cost, to Celtic Guide readers.
Plus, we've had authors, photographers, and illustrators from the U.S., Canada, Scotland, Ireland, England, Wales, Portugal, Poland, Germany, Australia and New Zealand. With this, we are covering pretty much the entire Celtic World in some respect or another. We've also been helpful to people in South Africa, Chile, and Romania. In December, we've added Austria to the list! People from fifteen countries, in all, have participated in our little adventure called the Celtic Guide.
Our February issue is our 38th issue, helping kick off a whole new year for Celtic Guide – all of these issues celebrating Celtic heritage, and all available free using the tabs above. We certainly hope you enjoy our completely-volunteer efforts!