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Ricky Ross with live highlights from Celtic Connections including Olivia Newton John, Lewis and Leigh, Seth Lakeman and Laura Marling and Blue Rose Code.

Ricky Ross with a one-stop shop to hear the highlights from the Celtic Connections Festival 2017 in Glasgow. Featuring live music from BBC programmes across Radio 2, Radio 3 and BBC Scotland - you'll hear Olivia Newton-John, Beth Neilson Chapman and Amy Sky, Seth Lakeman, Laura Marling with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Irish folk band Four Men and a Dog, bluegrass from Ben Hunter, Joe Seamons and Phil Wiggins and Tift Merritt.

57 minutes

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Tue 3 Oct 2017 22:00

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Music Played

  • Olivia Newton John, Beth Neilson Chapman, Amy Sky

    Stone in My Pocket (Live At Celtic Connections 2017)

  • Blue Rose Code

    Grateful (Live At Celtic Connections 2017)

  • Breabach

    Good Drying (Live At Celtic Connections 2017)

  • Eddi Reader

    Charlie Is My Darling (Live At Celtic Connections 2017)

  • Eddi Reader

    Harp on the Willow (Live At Celtic Connections 2017)

  • Seth Lakeman & Wildwood Kin

    Meet Me In the Twilight (Live At Celtic Connections 2017)

  • Laura Marling with The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra

    Goodbye England (Live At Celtic Connections 2017)

  • Darlingside

    My Gal, My Guy (Live At Celtic Connections 2017)

  • Tift Merritt

    Wait For Me (Live At Celtic Connections 2017)

  • Ben Hunter, Joe Seamons & Phil Wiggins

    Shanghai Rooster (Live At Celtic Connections 2017)

  • Lewis & Leigh

    4:19 (Live At Celtic Connections 2017)

  • Four Men and a Dog

    Lucy Campbell's (Live At Celtic Connections 2017)

  • Olivia Newton John, Beth Neilson Chapman, Amy Sky

    Sand And Water (Live At Celtic Connections 2017)

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