A St. Patty’s Day Present from LHJ: Celtic Woman

March 17, 2010 at 3:43 pm , by

celticwoman Let me tell you ladies, these five women know how to get down. I saw the group perform live (with special guest PS 22) while they were in New York City on their Songs From the Heart Tour, and their energy and talent was exhilarating and inspiring. Their repertoire ranges from heartbreakingly beautiful ballads (like “Fields of Gold” and “Amazing Graze”) to feisty fiddle solos (courtesy of Máiréad Nesbitt) and traditional Irish tunes.

I sat down with them while they were in the Big Apple to chat a bit about their most exciting experience so far as a band and why they think their music is hitting such a nerve right now with audiences around the world. Check out our talk…PLUS a special, live performace with the ladies below. Cheers!

8 Responses to “A St. Patty’s Day Present from LHJ: Celtic Woman”

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  2. Wow, that would be an amazing performance. I will have to check out their CD! Happy St. Patty’s!!

  3. Wonderful. These woman are so talented, and i really enjoyed seeing this story. thanks so much.
    Karina, Sydney

  4. Thanks for a great interview with Celtic Woman! Can’t wait to see them April 9th in Chicago!!

  5. I love the music! Really helped set the mood for St. Patrick’s Day!

  6. i saw ye in powercourt and wrote my english leaving cert pre on a review of ye got me an A1. thanks

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