Celtic Thunder Returns to Duluth this Fall
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Celtic Thunder's latest musical special encores on WDSE WRPT this August, just months before the group's return to Duluth this October.
Celtic Thunder's latest special, Voyage, continues to pay homage to the musical culture of Ireland, from old and traditional standards such as Lagan Love to more contemporary Irish songs, Past the Point of Rescue, and All Day Long, while exploring the musical journey each soloist has undertaken since the beginning of Celtic Thunder four years ago. Lively ensembles include Galway Girl and the Clancy Brother Medley. Voyage also offers soulful ballads and love songs such as Black is the Color and the Maid of Culmore.
Celtic Thunder: Voyage
- 8.11 at 4pm on 2nd Chance
- 8.12 at 8:30pm on PBS North
- 8.13 at 7pm on 2nd Chance
- 8.19 at 2:30pm on 2nd Chance & 5pm on PBS North
Celtic Thunder returns to Duluth's Symphony Hall this fall with Voyage. Get ready for all the fun, excitement and entertainment during Celtic Thunder's 2012 North American Tour. Be sure to clear your schedule for October 23, 2012; secure your tickets with WDSE•WRPT. Pledge your support for public TV and get your seat today by calling 877-307-8762!
You can also get program DVDs and CDs by pledging online.
The musical phenomenon, Celtic Thunder have just been hailed as Billboard's Top World Music Artist, along with Top World Music Imprint and Top World Album of 2011. Former members Damian McGinty and Paul Byrom have moved on - McGinty’s star continues to rise after securing a reoccurring role on FOX’s hit show GLEE (a result of winning last year’s “The GLEE Project”), while Paul Byrom launches his own solo career as well. Keith Harkin is also working on a solo project while maintaining his integral role in Celtic Thunder. He is the first artist signed to the newly helmed David Foster Verve Music Group, and is readying his forthcoming solo debut wildly anticipated by “Thunder Heads” everywhere. The rest of the ensemble including Keith Harkin, Ryan Kelly, Neil Byrne, George Donaldson and Emmet Cahill welcome 13-year-old Daniel Furlong to the fold as a guest artist on this recording.