Celtic Woman continues new “Songs From the Heart” tour


Celtic Woman
Celtic Woman
With their marathon winter-spring U.S. concert tour expected to stretch into the summer, Irish Music phenomenon, Celtic Woman will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day on national TV tomorrow with a special visit to Regis Philbin and Kelly Ripa to perform on their hit morning show, Live with Regis & Kelly.

Celtic Woman will be performing one of their newest songs, “Níl Sé’n Lá,” (which means ‘Seize the Day’) for Regis and Kelly, while the group is in New York supporting their recent chart-topping CD/DVD, Songs from the Heart. After the show, Celtic Woman heads to the nation’s capital to continue their holiday celebration that evening with a concert performance at the Patriot Center in Fairfax, VA.

The group continues to delight live audiences with what critics are calling an “uplifting” and “beyond captivating” concert experience. The 60 city journey, which kicked off February 9th in Virginia, is confirmed through May 22 in Salt Lake City while additional dates are expected to be added this summer due to popular demand.

Songs From the Heart, (Manhattan Records) the group’s fifth CD and DVD debuted at #9 on Billboard Top 200 and #1 Billboard World Music Chart. In addition, the companion live concert DVD hit #1 on the Billboard Top Music DVD Chart. Musical director David Downes beautifully captures the pure essence of Celtic Woman showcasing the celestial sounds of vocalists Lisa Kelly, Chloë Agnew, Lynn Hilary and Alex Sharpe along with the dynamic inventiveness of Celtic Violinist Máiréad Nesbitt. The CD features studio recorded versions of songs performed during their PBS TV Special “Songs from the Heart- Live at Powerscourt House & Gardens.” The TV special began airing Nov 28th on PBS stations around the country as part of the network’s quarterly pledge drive and has immediately yielded outstanding viewership results.

Deemed a “phenomenon” by the Boston Globe, the group continues to enchant fans live – moving seamlessly between Irish classics, contemporary covers and original compositions. During the 2010 tour, fans have the opportunity to experience Celtic Woman’s most dazzling production yet, featuring renditions of Jimmy Webb’s “The Moon’s a Harsh Mistress,” Billy Joel’s “Goodnight My Angel,” “Amazing Grace,” with world champion bagpiper Anthony Byrne, and Irish classics “My Lagan Love,” “Galway Bay,” as well as a new favorite “Níl Sé’n Lá.” The tour also includes an original composition, “Songs from the Heart” written specifically for this for this and has not yet been recorded.

In just five short years, this unique all-female ensemble continues to have mainstream success without the aid of traditional sales drivers such as radio or video airplay. No other group of this particular adult contemporary genre can claim 5 million albums sold, two top 10 album debuts on the Billboard Top 200, 3 gold and platinum albums, 4 Top 5 Releases on the Billboard Top Video chart and a million concert tickets sold. They have succeeded by connecting directly to fans via their Public Television specials, their frequent touring and then having those fans share the experience with friends and loved ones.

As a testament to the group’s ability to cross musical and cultural boundaries, the group recently performed at the National Christmas Tree Lighting in Washington D.C and ABC’s Dancing With The Stars singing for millions of viewers while their PBS TV specials have dominated the broadcast airwaves over the past five years.

A true celebration of Ireland with an unforgettable signature style, don’t miss an “evening of spectacular entertainment” (Kalamazoo Gazette) when Celtic Woman comes to a town near you.


3/16 Hershey, PA GIANT Center

3/17 Fairfax, VA Patriots Center

3/19 Pittsburgh, PA Mellon Arena

3/20 Cleveland, OH State Theatre

3/21 South Bend, IN Morris PAC

3/23 Madison, WI Alliant Energy Center

3/24 St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center

3/25 Milwaukee, WI Milwaukee Theater

3/27 Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre

3/28 Cincinnati, OH Arnoff Center / 2 shows

3/30-31 St. Louis, MO Fabulous Fox Theatre

4/1 Ft. Wayne, IN Embassy Theatre

4/2-3 Louisville, KY Palace Theatre / 2 shows

4/6 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena

4/7 Detroit, MI Fox Theater

4/9-10 Rosemont, IL Rosemont Theatre

4/11 Peoria, IL Peoria Civic Center

4/13 Knoxville, TN Civic Auditorium

4/14 Birmingham, AL BJCC

4/16 Pensacola, FL Pensacola Civic Center

4/17 Jacksonville, FL Moran Theatre

4/18 St. Petersburg, FL Mahaffey Theater

4/20-21 West Palm Beach, FL Kravis Center

4/22 Orlando, FL Amway Arena

4/23 Tallahassee, FL Leon County Civic Center

4/24 Baton Rouge, LA Baton Rouge River Center

4/26-27 Memphis, TN Orpheum Theater

4/28 Little Rock, AR Robinson Center

4/30 Houston, TX Toyota Center

5/1 Grand Prairie, TX Nokia Theatre

5/2 San Antonio, TX Majestic Theater / 2 shows

5/5 Tempe, AZ Gammage Auditorium

5/6 Los Angeles, CA Gibson Amphitheater

5/7 San Diego, CA Civic Theatre

5/8 Ontario, CA CB Bank Arena

5/9 Sacramento, CA Memorial Auditorium

5/11-13 Seattle, WA Paramount Theater

5/15 Vancouver, BC General Motors Place

5/17 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place

5/18 Calgary, AB Stampede Corral

5/20 Spokane, WA INB Performing Arts Center

5/21 Boise, ID Morrison Center

5/22 Salt Lake City, UT Energy Solutions Arena

Summer dates to be announced

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