Celtic Brothers in Concert

 

Claremorris Town Hall Theatre Presents:

Celtic Brothers

with Special Guest:

Christopher King (Ireland’s Got Talent)

Date TBC

Doors: 7.00pm | Show: 8.00pm

 

‘Celtic Brothers’ is the exciting new act born of the very successful and popular group known as the ‘The Willoughby Brothers’. They have entertained and endeared audiences for the past number of years and are delighted to bring their newly evolved show to their loyal and valued followers. Their unique and recognisable sound includes a repertoire featuring a blend of Irish ballads, popular classics and contemporary songs that take their audience on an emotive musical journey.
They have made a big impression on the national and international music scene with appearances on a number of TV and Radio shows and are regularly play listed on RTE Radio 1. In 2013 they performed the title song at the Rose of Tralee International Festival before a live TV audience of 1.2 million and have also made appearances on RTE’s ‘Up For The Match’, the ‘Derek Mooney Show’ and the ‘John Murray Show’ on Radio 1. They have had the honour of performing at Arás an Uachtaráin by invitation of President Michael D. Higgins and at the home of the GAA in Croke Park at the All-Ireland Hurling Final. They have toured extensively in Ireland, the U.S. and the UK.
Their passion for singing and performing, combined with a genuine closeness, stems from a childhood filled with music and singing, a love they carried with them throughout the years and into adulthood. This new act is fresh, talented and has universal appeal.

Limerick born Christopher King grew up on a staple diet of country music at home with country legends like Keith Whitley and Dolly Parton on regular rotation, developing the love he has for country music. In 2018 King appeared on the TV show “Ireland’s Got Talent” where he wowed the judges with his performance and earned himself a place in the semi-finals.

 

 

 

 

 

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