Toss The Feathers

Saturdays, 4pm - 6pm
  • Hosted by Anna Oscard

Host Anna Oscard brings you a wide spectrum of Celtic and Celtic-inspired music every Saturday. From traditional to trance, jigs to jazz, Toss the Feathers has something for everyone who loves the music of the British Isles.

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Northern Ireland's Beoga will join us Live From Studio A in advance of their show that night at The Newport with JOHNNYSWIM!  

Gaelic Storm
Geralyn McKay.

WCBE is looking forward to the return of Gaelic Storm to perform Live From Studio A during the Global Village!  

Their latest cd is "The Tracks We Leave".

Currently touring in support of that release, Tempest will perform the evening of the 21st at Byrne's Pub.

After they finish up playing shows in Ohio and Pennsylvania, they will head out west for more shows.

Listen in on an interview and live performance from Tempest, from studio A, on 90.5 FM and HD WCBE Columbus, 106.3 FM Newark, online at, and now on apple music.

WCBE is looking forward to the return of Gaelic Storm Live From Studio A

Tune in for a live session during the Global Village with one of Scotland ‘s premier traditional bands... the Tannahill Weavers!

That night you can catch them at Natalie's in Worthington!

Tune in for live music, conversation and a chance to win tickets to the show!

WCBE is excited to have the celtic rock group Black 47 back in the studio! 

WCBE is looking forward to the return of Celtic Rock group Tempest for a Live From Studio A session during the Global Village!

Jaula DeArdilla

Visit WCBE's Amazon page for sampling of our core playlist for 2013; we encourage you to use this list as a resource to find the quality music heard on WCBE this past year!

John Whelan

This seven time All Ireland accordion champion will be in Columbus to play at Natalie's Coal Fired Pizza in Worthington.

Currently on tour, he will be stopping by to perform live at wcbe as well.

That's John Whelan, on 90.5 WCBE FM and HD Columbus, 106.3 FM Newark, and online at

Richard Thompson started playing in "The British Byrds," Fairport Convention, when he was only 17.