DruidCast – A Druid Podcast Episode 111 – CalderaFest Special

DruidCast – A Druid Podcast Episode 111 – CalderaFest Special

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Shownotes for DruidCast Episode 111
Gaia Lives – Ginger Doss – http://www.gingerdoss.com
Colour of the Wind – Brian Henke – http://www.brianhenkeguitarist.com
How can we believe that we own it all – Damh the Bard – http://www.paganmusic.co.uk
Green – Tuatha Dea – http://www.tuathadea.net
Porcelain Princess – Sharon Knight – http://www.sharonknight.net
1157 (til it’s over) – S J Tucker – http://sjtucker.com
Ganesh is Fresh – Ginger Doss – http://www.gingerdoss.com
The Green Album – http://www.thegreenalbum.net/home.html
The Rainforest Trust – https://www.rainforesttrust.org
DruidCast theme – Hills they are Hollow – Damh the Bard – http://www.paganmusic.co.uk
For further information about the Druid Tradition – http://www.druidry.org

3 responses to “DruidCast – A Druid Podcast Episode 111 – CalderaFest Special”

  1. I have been to many a concert.as a spectator as well as PR for ( unamed guitarist in the past )

    This is the ONLY one that had me vibrating 2 weeks later. The mere mention of Caldera takes me right back to GA.

    All of the entertainers giving forth their craft brought me to my knees more than once! ( no it was not due to the heat)

    Thank yous go to each and everyone of you for making this event MEMORABLE.

    • Hey Nivasi,
      See you very soon!
      I will be at Caldera 2017 in October too!!
      Hope you can make it to Sirius Rising too…..

      Brian

  2. Calderafest was hot, dry, dusty, and physically taxing on an overweight country boy like myself……but I loved every minute of it. The energy, music, and spirit that was there made it one of the best memories that I will ever have to carry me through the journey of my life. I have played the Green album so much that I am worried that I will actually wear it out. Everyone who loves music should experience an event like this one at least once in their lives.

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