Irish music sensation Celtic Thunder will be heading Down Under in May for their highly anticipated Australian Legacy tour that will see them performing to thousands of fans across capital city and regional markets from Albany in WA on May 5…concluding in Brisbane on May 27.
On St Patricks Day David Wood catches up with Neil Byrne to discuss the new Celtic Thunder CD titled “Legacy”
This unique musical ensemble has had the honour of performing for President Obama at the White House. Their exceptional talent and broad appeal continues to shine through impressive worldwide sales of over two million albums, more than a million concert tickets sold and over 77 million views on their official YouTube channel “Thunder Tube”.
Celtic Thunder’s Keith Harkin, Ryan Kelly, Emmet Cahill and Neil Byrne will be alongside special guest Damian McGinty and all five will perform popular solo and ensemble numbers. Classic favourites such as Emmet’s Danny Boy, Damian’s Buachaille on Eirne, Neil’s Noreen, Ryan’s Ride On, Keith’s The Mountains of Mourne, as well as contemporary classics Falling Slowly and Now We Are Free are guaranteed to have the audiences begging for more.
Celtic Thunder will be in Hobart Tuesday 10 May at Grand Chancellor Concert Hall and then Wednesday 11 May in Launceston at the Princess Theatre.