Marc Gunn
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Marc Gunn

Birmingham, Alabama, United States | SELF

Birmingham, Alabama, United States | SELF
Band Folk Celtic


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Ichabod's Geography (1998)
October Sessions (1998)
Soul of a Harper (2004)
When Kitty Eyes Are Smiling (2005)
Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers (2005)
Irish Drinking Songs: A Cat Lover's Companion (2007)
A Tribute to Love (2008)
Whiskers in the Jar: Irish Songs for Cat Lovers (2008)
Going for Brogue: Irish Pub Songs and Sea Shanties with an Accent (2008)
What Color Is Your Dragon? Folk Music with Delusions of Grandeur (2008)
Heart's Ease: Instrumental Autoharp Music (2009)
Live at the Cactus Cafe (2009)
Happy Songs of Death (2009)
The Bridge (2010)
Kilted For Her Pleasure (2010)
Firefly Drinking Songs (2011)
Don't Go Drinking With Hobbits (2012)



Cats. Sci Fi. Renaissance Festivals. Irish drinking songs. Nowhere else but from the bizarre imagination of Marc Gunn would those four elements be so neatly integrated. Nicknamed “The Celtfather”, Marc Gunn is a champion of the Celtic MP3. He has given away over 10,000,000 MP3s since he began his Celtic music career in 1999. He allows fans to download and share his most-popular songs straight from his website for FREE!

Marc Gunn is an acoustic folk musician rooted in the American Celtic song tradition–-Celtic music, the Traditional and the Twisted. His musical instrument of choice-the autoharp-continues to surprise musical veterans and fans a like for it’s unique sound and spirited energy.

Marc Gunn is an Austinite now living in Birmingham, Alabama. His former band, the Brobdingnagian Bards, won Best Folk Band, Best Novelty Band and Best None of the Above Band in the Austin Music Awards before parting company in 2008.

His latest album combines drinking songs and fantasy music. “Don’t Go Drinking With Hobbits” is a “Lord of the Rings”-inspired album highlighting the hobbits’ love of eating, drinking and song.