Video: Celtic music stars Clannad heading to Scunthorpe
THE original stars of Celtic music will bring both traditional and modern music to Scunthorpe.
Clannad, who have a career spanning four decades, will perform at The Baths Hall on Tuesday, March 12.
The group has sold more than 15 million records worldwide with their haunting songs, mesmerizing vocals, and captivating sound.
Clannad has won many prestigious awards over the years, including Billboard’s World Song Of The Year in 1992, a Grammy for Best New Age Album in 1999, and they have been the recipients of two Lifetime Achievement Awards at home in Ireland.
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The acclaimed Irish group consists of family members, who began by drawing inspiration from their home in the remote northwest coast of Ireland.
Sister Enya Brennan played keyboards on two of their early albums, before leaving to pursue her own highly successful solo career.
The Theme from Harry’s Game was their first big break, topping the charts in Europe and also being used in an American advertising campaign for Volkswagen.
They also created the music for the highly popular television series Robin Of Sherwood, and had music featured in movies such as Last Of The Mohicans and Patriot Games.
Tickets cost £28.50 and doors open at 7pm. Call, 0844 8542776.