Celtic Woman Portland Tickets
Celtic Woman is one of the best ticket selling female groups in the world. They have garnered widespread critical acclaim for its music that is rooted deeply in Celtic and World music scene. The Irish girls debuted with a self-titled studio album in 2005. Since then, they have released over a dozen records. Most of their albums have charted among the Top 5 on the Billboard Top World Albums chart. Over the years, they have won numerous accolades including the prestigious European Border Breakers Award. Celtic Woman released two new albums in 2014. They are now out promoting these worldwide and will be stopping in Portland for a performance at the Merrill Auditorium. So grab Celtic Woman Portland tickets and enjoy their concert.
Celtic Woman is the beautiful creation of David Downes and Sharon Browne. Both of them gathered five talented female Irish music artists to form the group. The girls had had no experience of performing but when they came together as Celtic Woman, they clicked instantly. The group debuted in 2005 with a self-titled album. Since then, they’ve released a string of gold certified albums and chart-topping singles. These include hit numbers such as “Danny Boy,” “You Raise Me Up,” “She Move Through The Fair” and “Mo Ghile Mear.”
In 2014, Celtic Woman released two albums. The first one to hit the shelves was Celtic Woman: Emerald – Musical Gems early in the year. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard Top World Albums chart. Later in fall, they released a holiday album titled Celtic Woman: O Christmas Tree. The album has been well received by fans and critics. It is the fifth holiday album by the Irish girls behind their 2012 album Celtic Woman: Home for Christmas that reached number two on the Top Holiday Albums chart. The group is now out on their ‘Emerald Tour 2014’ and will be visiting major cities in Europe and North America. The tour is bringing them to Portland for a performance at the Merrill Auditorium. So grab Celtic Woman Portland tickets and get the chance to witness their brilliant performance.