Celtic Ozark Music


The communities that make up the Ozarks are full of celtic ozark music. The tradition of Ozark “hillbilly” folks music finds its roots in the music of the Ulster-Irish, as well as other Celtic peoples. So, we like to keep up with current events in Missouri for lovers of Celtic Ozark music.

Irish music sessions in Columbia

Tonight 7 – 10 p.m
and the first and third Thursdays of every month (Dec. 1, Dec. 15, Jan. 5, Jan. 19 )
Traditional music session at Stone 44 Public House,
3910 Peachtree Dr. (Near the intersection of Nifong and Providence, behind Sophia’s restaurant)
44 Stone is a “British Isles Gastro Pub,” thier menu emphasizing the best foods from the UK and Ireland, and a huge (really huge!)selection of beers, ales, ciders and whiskey.
Vox article about 44 Stone Pub:

Celtic Music on the Radio:

Strike the Gay Harp Celtic music radio show with Carol Goodnick
Every Sunday, 3 – 5 p.m.on KOPN, 89.5 FM Columbia

Celtic Connections radio show, every Sunday on KBIA 91.3FM, 7 – 8 p.m.

The Gold Ring Radio Show – Now 29 years old. Lee Worman has been the Ozarks’ prime source for celtic ozark music on the radio for a long time. Catch his show every Saturday night from 9p until 10p on KSMU 91.1 fm, from Springfield Missouri.

Live Stream Listen Here

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