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slàinte mhath

(ˌslɑːndʒə ˈva) ,

slàinte

or

sláinte mhaith

interj
a drinking toast; cheers
[Gaelic: good health]
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Rather than doing the predictable run through the full album in its original order like most do these days, Fish took a slightly different route at Newcastle's O2 Academy, opening with Slainte Mhath, which in all honesty is a more natural opener than Hotel Hobbies from the original album.
For our final drink that cold afternoon, Tan led the toast to the whisky with history with Gaelic cheers: 'Slainte mhath!'
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Slainte Mhath combine the traditions of Celtic and Acadian music, mix in some step-dancing, and pull in any modern style that takes their fancy.
HEADLINING tonight's main marquee concert at the Warwick Folk Festival is Slainte Mhath, the young Cape Breton band making a huge international impact.
And from Novia Scotia come more exciting arrangements of Celtic music tinged with influences of pop, performed by Slainte Mhath.
Guests include Tarras, Roy Bailey, Joe O'Donnell's Shkayla, Steve Tilston, Colum Sands, Nova Scotian band Slainte Mhath and from New York, The Johnson Girls.