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Monday | Canada.com

Concert preview: Music is about energy for Carlos Nunez

As anyone who saw him here at the 2013 Folk Fest knows, the smiling Spaniard Carlos NuA ez is a charismatic, high-energy musician. He's been dubbed "the Hendrix of the bagpipes" for his prowess on the gaita .

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Related Topix: Europe, Spain, World News, Celtic, Brazil,

Sat Sep 13, 2014

St. Albert Gazette

A Celtic fiesta opens Arden Theatre season

Carlos Nunez, a world grandmaster on the gaita drops by the Arden Theatre to present a snapshot of world Celtic culture. Carlos Nunez Wednesday, Sept.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Citronelle Call-News

Rigdon Passes for 5 TDS as Chickasaw Smokes Marengo, 46-16

Chandler Rigdon passed for five touchdowns, three to Keivonte Gallmon, to spark Chickasaw to a 46-16 win over Marengo Friday night. The surging Chieftains put together a second straight convincing league win a week after the first victory in school history, a 37-8 romp over McIntosh.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

The Georgia Straight

Red Chamber's Gathering is a beautiful journey

It might seem odd to compare the four stylish women of Red Chamber to Ireland's most beloved leprechauns, the Chieftains; after all, barring a sudden surge of interest in leather-elbowed tweed jackets, Paddy Moloney and crew aren't going to be gracing the cover of GQ anytime soon.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Hesperia Star

Celtic music coming to Book Oasisa concert series Saturday

The Emerald Isle may be far across the ocean, but its enchanting music is accessible right here in our own back yards through groups such as Celtic Women, the Chieftains and the Dubliners.

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Related Topix: Celtic, Folk, Dublin, CA, The Dubliners, Hesperia, CA

Mon Aug 18, 2014

The Session

Molly St George

Tip of the whistle trad, Paddy Moloney As played by The Chiftains on Chieftains 4 Attributed to OA Carolan by James Hardiman and to Thomas Conellan by Edward Bunting.

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