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The Shanty Show

Pressgang Mutiny
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The podcast that the Maritime Music Directory International calls "certainly one of the best features of the contemporary maritime music community."This is the show about sea shanties, showcasing the singers and stories behind the songs. Hosted by Pressgang Mutiny and featuring guests and discussion about all things shanty and sea music. NOW WITH MORE SINGING!


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Latest Episodes

Jack Coutts is a member of the legendary shanty group Stormalong John. We sat down with Jack and his daughter Hannah aboard the Pilgrim at the worlds largest sea music festival in Paimpol, Brittany for a chat and a sing in between sets. We discuss th... more

4 months ago

As part of our European tour, we stopped in at Whitby Folk Week to do a few concerts and sit down with our favourite shanty singer, Jim Mageean, or “Shanty Jim”. In a wide-ranging chat with plenty of singing and a wonderful live audience, we discuss ... more

5 months ago

Were back with another special live episode, recorded in front of an audience at St. Johns Church as part of the Connecticut Sea Music Festival. Our guests this time are David Jones and Joseph Morneault. more

8 months ago


5 out of 5 stars from 4 ratings
  • Great podcast

    Best episode yet! Love it more

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada3 years ago
  • A great listen for shanty fans!

    What an awesome find for those who enjoy sea music and sea shanties. The hosts really know their stuff, and the guests bring surprising twists that I'd never considered. They cover the latest shanty craze, of course, but really dig deep into the history and tradition of the genre, and the personalities of those who've kept it alive for so long. Thoughtful, funny, enthusiastic, and well-produced to boot. Can't wait to hear more!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago

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