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Debuting in 2007, and known for their eclectic style with songs, Celtic Thunder is as much a show as it is a group. Composed of five male soloists accompanied by the Celtic Concert Orchestra, Celtic Thunder pays homage to the musical culture of Ireland. Their live shows are known for their use of dramatic effects via lighting and choreography as well as a stage set resembling an ancient stone pathway, suggestive of those referenced in Celtic lore. The group performs both solo and ensemble numbers and their 2011 Heritage tour is a meld of new and traditional Celtic music.
I love to hear them talk. I love to hear them sing. I have their CD, Dvd and now tickets to see them in person. They are so good. Works do not begin to say how great they are. I'm a FAN!
I have three CD's in my car and they are all Celtic Thunder. After seeing their live show last year, I couldn't wait until their return to America to see them perform again. The music and musicians are amazing, the guys are all handsome and "can sing" with no gimmicks - just singing from the heart. It's not a "boy band" either and each have their own style. The girls are all beautiful too. Wonderful show!!!
Celtic Thunder is the best group of musical theater guys I have seen in a long time. They are so talented and very much bring back melodies of years gone by along w/today's happy tunes. Just an awesome 5 guys all from Ireland and Scotland. How refreshing to hear their music! George, Neil, Emmett, Keith and Damien...will so miss the other guys that were w/the group, Ryan Kelly and Paul Byrom...but will be looking for their albums to come along one of these days!
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