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The Mary K Burke Radio Show on Celtic Music Radio Sunday's 7pm to 9pm www.celticmusicradio.net and 1530 MW Greater Glasgow Area

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The Mary K Burke Radio Show on Celtic Music Radio Sunday's 7pm to 9pm  www.celticmusicradio.net   and  1530 MW  Greater Glasgow Area

Mary Kathleen Burke

Mark Kathleen Burke

Mary K Burke is originally from Northern Ireland but has lived in Scotland since 1980.

Her debut album ‘A Song In Her Heart’ was released to critical acclaim in February 2008 on the Greentrax recording label.

Mary founded, organised and directed the ‘Neilston Live’ and ‘Barfest’ music festivals in East Renfrewshire, an area that is to the south of Glasgow.  Mary promoted local and international talent including Nashville’s Bob Cheevers.

Mary’s show on Celtic Music Radio 1530 AM covers an eclectic mix of up and coming and well established songwriters and performers from Scotland and around the world with a focus on Irish musicians and music.

Mary invites a wide variety of guests to contribute to the programme.

Mary is also keen to promote local talent and touring bands and artists are encouraged to send their CDs and brief bios for consideration to:

Mary K. Burke, Celtic Music Radio, Livingstone Tower, 26 Richmond Street, Glasgow G1 1XH

You can also contact Mary K by email at mary.k.burke@celticmusicradio.net and check out her websites at www.marykburke.net 

Website: https://www.facebook.com/groups/marykburkeshow/
Location: Glasgow Scotland
Members: 1
Latest Activity: Oct 9, 2013

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