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RELEASES “DANNY BOY” VIDEO FROM “1 MIC, 1 TAKE” SERIES

Grammy-Nominated Group to Perform Songs from their #1 Billboard Album, VOICES OF ANGELS During 91 City U.S. Tour

Syracuse, NY (2017) – Multi-platinum international music sensation, Celtic Woman, supports its newest album, Voices of Angels, with a world tour thatcelebrates the music of the Emerald Isle with beauty and grace” (News & Observer).   Receiving standing ovations with every performance, they are accompanied by an ensemble that includes Irish dancers, bagpipers and a full band playing an array of traditional Irish instruments.  

Celtic Woman performs in SYRACUSE at The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater on Wednesday, June 21 at 7:00 pm. Tickets starting at $39 (plus applicable fees) may be purchased in person at the Solvay Bank Box Office at The Oncenter (760 S. State Street), by phone (1-800-745-3000) or online via Ticketmaster.com.

To view tour promo video, click here.

CELTIC WOMAN has recorded a stunning new version of the classic Celtic ballad, “Danny Boy.” Recorded at Capitol Records’ Studio A utilizing Frank Sinatra’s microphone and Nat King Cole’s piano, it was taped when the group was in Los Angeles for the Grammy Awards. The video is the latest in the 1 mic 1 take series recorded at Studio A, described as “what happens when you take one artist, one mic, one iconic recording studio and give them one chance to show their raw talent.”

To view “Danny Boy” video  click here

The release comes as Celtic Woman are out on the North American leg of the Voices of Angels tour which visits 91 cities and runs March through the end of June. The tour set list includes the aforementioned “Danny Boy,” popular favorites “Amazing Grace,” “Mo Ghile Mear,” plus the live debuts of “My Heart Will Go On” (Titanic), and “Time To Say Goodbye” (Romeo and Juliet) from the Voices of Angels album.

Celtic Woman has a remarkable 12-year-legacy of introducing the most talented singers and musicians from Ireland onto the world stage.  The current group features an exciting line-up of vocalists Susan McFadden, Mairéad Carlin, Éabha McMahon and new Celtic violinist Tara McNeill. 

The Voices of Angels album, released in November (Manhattan/Caroline), contains some of the most popular songs from the Celtic Woman repertoire, along with several previously unrecorded tracks, all with stunning new orchestral arrangements recorded with the 72-piece Orchestra of Ireland. The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard World Music chart and was the group’s first album to reach #1 on the Billboard Classical chart.

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