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The phenomenal Celtic Woman, about to embark on yet another world tour, is this year celebrating 12 years of success, with over 10 million albums and 3 million tickets sold worldwide. It was broadcast on PBS in March 2005 in the United States.One winter’s night in Dublin, Ireland in 2004, an idea was conceived to create a musical ensemble featuring a selection of exceptional classically and traditionally trained Irish female musicians. “The show is a joyful fusion of all things Celtic - from bagpipes and bouzouki to Irish dances. Within weeks, their eponymous debut album, Celtic Woman, reached No.
It’s yesterday, today and tomorrow.” – Dave Kavanagh (Executive Producer).1 on Billboard's World Music chart & held the top position for 81 weeks, selling over 1 million copies.The spirit of Celtic Woman captivated audiences and this led to another PBS Special, recorded at Slane Castle in Co.Meath in Ireland, which took their stage show to new levels.The group has since featured in numerous PBS specials, and has released 12 albums to date: ‘Celtic Woman’, ‘A Christmas Celebration’, ‘A New Journey’, ‘The Greatest Journey’, ‘Songs from the Heart’, ‘Lullaby’, ‘Believe’, ‘Home for Christmas’, ‘Emerald Musical Gems’, ' Solo', ' Decade', and ‘Destiny’.Celtic Woman has undertaken a number of world tours, largely across the U. and Europe, and has toured Australia, China, Japan, South Africa, and many other places.
They have played for three different US Presidents (Clinton, Bush & Obama), as well as a special performance at the Pentagon in Washington.
Cumulatively, Celtic Woman has sold over 10 million albums & DVDs worldwide, and they have been at the top of the Billboard charts for world music several times.
Celtic Woman is a living legend — they draw you into a culture, and share a heritage that is every bit as enchanting as the women themselves.
Born in Derry, in the north of Ireland, Mairead Carlin’s life has been immersed in music since her early days, coming from a family whose love of song was passed down to her generation.
“Derry, my hometown, is a very cultured and very musical place, wherever you turn there’s always music,” she enthuses. We’d just sit around the fire, sing and drink tea – there was no alcohol involved, despite what people always think about the Irish!
” After finishing her studies at Trinity College of Music in London, Mairead was signed to Decca Records and has recorded her debut album, ‘Songbook’, due for release in 2014.