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Finding and Selecting Local Performers

If you are looking for existing performances, check out our online Calendar,, but sometimes we want to hire someone to perform at a party and are looking for samples of their work or maybe just checking out a particular artist’s style. For these times, AmeriCeltic maintains the AmeriCeltic YouTube Channel. On the AmeriCeltic YouTube Channel you will find hundreds of videos organized into playlists for dozens of West Coast Celtic artists and Bands and a description and contact point for each.

These bands and individuals are actively performing LIVE at our regional venues and festivals, and almost all are available for special events. CHECK IT OUT! The AmeriCeltic YouTube Channel.

Resources for Music Performers

If you are a musician looking to learn some Celtic songs and/or tunes, here are some downloadable resources for you!
Collections of Celtic Tunes and Songs
The King Street Sessions Tunebook This legendary work contains music scores and chords for 1006 Celtic, Old Time, and other Traditional tunes and songs. Thank Mike D. Long, mike(at) Legendary Scottish fiddler John Taylor’s collection of his lifework of 58 compositions. 60 pages in PDF format, with accompanying MP3 recordings and abc files. Thank John Taylor,
MostlyCelticTunebook.pdf Music scores and chords for 150 Celtic, Old Time, and other Traditional tunes. Thank Dave Barton, fiddlerdave(at)

Lyrics and chords in Nashville notation for 150 songs. Thanks to Jim Raymond, now deceased.
The Kings Head Tunebook Music scores and chords for 101 Traditional Celtic tunes. Thank Paul Magnussen, majjick(at)

If your printer can do it, these books are designed to be printed double-sided, if not, you will just get twice as many pages. You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print the document. If you don’t already have it, you can download it free from the Acrobat Reader link on the
Adobe Website.