Marc Gunn Celtic Music

Marc Gunn Celtic Music


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Songs for those who like to LOL! Marc Gunn riotously combines Renaissance festival fanaticism with Irish drinking and Sci Fi fandom into a satirical jam session between Jonathan Coulton and The Clancy Brothers.

"Marc has a brilliant selection of both the merry and the somber to suit whatever your current mood, whether you need some cheering up or had rather drown in your own sorrow. Go ahead and draw a tub of water, light a few candles, prepare to relax and soak up some autoharp." (Celtophilia)

Marc Gunn is an award-winning acoustic folk musician rooted in the American Celtic song tradition-Celtic music, the Traditional and the Twisted. His musical instrument of choice-the autoharp-continues to surprise musical veterans and fans a like for it’s unique sound and spirited energy.

"[he] has the ability to generate many moods, both with his lyrics and the music. From thought provoking to jubilant" (Sixty Seven Music)

Dubbed "The Celtfather" by Celtic music fans, Gunn is a champion of indie Celtic music. He has given away over ten million MP3s through his music and podcasts since he began his Celtic music career in 1999. His Irish & Celtic Music Podcast has won two awards for "Best Podsafe Music" in the annual Podcast Awards and is one of the most-popular music podcasts on iTunes.

"Marc is a tireless supporter of Festival music, Celtic music and a wide array of musicians…You sir, are the Chuck Norris of Renaissance Festival Musicians" (Modern Bard)

Good food, good drink and good company. Folk ballads, Irish drinking songs, fantasy, Sci Fi, and cats on the autoharp. Let Marc Gunn fill you with fun, happiness, and beauty while connecting you to your Celtic heritage through songs, sing-alongs, stories, lyrics, and podcasts. Embrace independent Celtic music!

For more information about Marc Gunn, please see his site at


The Marc Gunn Celtic Music app showcases some of Marc's music videos, including "Won't You Come With Me?". Marc's music is best appreciated when watching him perform.

The videos require the YouTube™ player to play.

Blogs, Podcasts, and More...

The Marc Gunn Celtic Music app gives you easy on-the-go access to Marc's music videos, blog, show times, Celtic MP3 Music Magazine, and, of course, the Irish & Celtic Music, Pub Songs, and Renaissance Festival Podcasts.

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Recently changed in this version

Added Renaissance Festival Podcast
We will no longer support Android SDK Level 1.5
Removed the Carousel.
Updated the Look and Feel of the lists.
In portrait mode, when viewing the lists, you can swipe left or right to view the next list, without having to go back to the main page.

There is one known issue with the new UI at this time. While in portrait mode and viewing the listings of podcasts, blogs, etc., the focus while scrolling with the dpad or trackball can be on non-visible pages.

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Comments and ratings for Marc Gunn Celtic Music
  • (40 stars)

    by Karen Lorentz on 21/01/2014

    Sometimes my husband and I are cracking up and replay songs like 'Dont go drinking with hobbits' and it makes my day! Keep up the awesomeness!

  • (40 stars)

    by David Petterson on 18/11/2013

    Is the site down. Nothing will play

  • (40 stars)

    by Tony Harrison on 31/10/2013

    I thought I could actually listen to music with this app which you cannot. Instead it has links that redirects you to web pages.

  • (40 stars)

    by Cody Holtzclaw on 27/10/2013

    I am a big fan of the podcast this is an easy way for me to download them

  • (40 stars)

    by Binky Death on 02/06/2013

    What is this "American Celtic" bollocks?? There are 6 types of Celts & none are American. I'm sick of Americans claiming they "want to learn Gaelic" because they've heard an American band "sing in Gaelic" - but wouldn't have a problem with that if the musicians said WHICH Gaelic language they were singing in. No American claiming to really be a Celt is a Celt to a real Celt. Don't drown what's lef