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Postcards from Ireland / board photo
« on: April 12, 2021, 09:22:15 PM »
Anyone find a better and more square photo i will change this one out


Eabha News / Wildflower: Eabha's new CD is out for pre order
« on: March 22, 2021, 01:38:31 PM »
The beautiful Éabha McMahon (AVA) has launched her new debut album 'Wildflower', which you can preorder today at https://www.avaworldmusic.com/shop for this St. Patrick's Day. Congratulations Éabha, we cannot wait to hear the album! get your fast i heard Eabha say it was limited

General Discussion / Merry Christmas and a happy New Years
« on: December 26, 2020, 08:40:28 PM »
Everyone i  am a little late with this but

I hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas and will have a very happy New Years.

Thanks for all you all do for the Forum

Celtic Woman / Celtic woman released a new video
« on: December 05, 2020, 11:24:49 AM »
CW released a new Christmas video Friday 12-4-2020 and wow what a video it is to. If you haven't seen it you need to it's really great

This link is to CW YouTube channel

This link is to my paid Vimeo account


Auctions and Fund raisers / No fund raiser this year
« on: November 23, 2020, 12:21:07 AM »
Guys and Gals im not going to do a fund raiser for the forum this year. I just can't do one there are just to many people out there that are hurting and need what money they have. I myself is better off this year then  i have ever been so i am not in need of help to fund the forum. Plus im out of gifts other then photos. I am just going to ask the ones of you that would normally give to the forum Please use that money to help a food pantry or toys for tots. I myself have spent over $100.00 for toys for tots in my area

Thanks all have great Holidays


General Discussion / CW mech (Manhead Merch)
« on: July 14, 2020, 02:39:00 PM »
I ordered a program book from them and they charged me $12.41 shipping to ship it from Nashville Tn. to Wisconsin which the post office says the charge is $8.00 for the way they shipped it and then when it got here the book was damaged. I contacted them about the damage to the book and they gave 2 options 1 was a 25% refund 2nd was send it back and they would send me another book and shipping was on me to return the book well i took the only one that i thought was the way to go i took the 25% refund and if i had returned the book it cost me $12.41 to get the book and then another $8.00 to return it for a total of $20.41 for a 10.00 book. I told them i would wait and buy a good book when i seen the show next year and they didn't care. I just think it wasn't a good handleing of the problem. I was thinking they would tell me to throw the book away and they would send me another one but that didn't happen so watch what you order from them

Eabha News / Eabha/AVA new releases
« on: July 03, 2020, 07:42:14 PM »
Eabha has just released her new single Loud and wow is it really great everyone needs a copy and over at amazon music it's only .69 cents USD

Lisa L News / Lisa asked me to post this
« on: April 16, 2020, 10:54:30 AM »
Hi everyone, I hope you’re all doing OK and keeping safe and well.  I wanted to reach you all here with a little request ; for all my updates please go to my website http://lisalambe.ie and sign up to my mailing list!
I am announcing and sharing a couple of exclusive things very soon via the mailing list and I want you all to be part of it ! Sign up if you can

Stay safe and stay well ,
Love Lisa x

Forum Questions & Comments / Down time
« on: April 12, 2020, 11:10:03 AM »
Sorry the forum was off line from around 11:00 PM last night till about 11:00 AM this morning. It was a problem with the server for some reason one file in the forum the Settings file went from 2662 bytes to 0 this has happened once before and the host has no idea as to why this happens but all should be back to normal. Hope ya all have a happy easter

Eabha News / Eabha and John tested +
« on: March 26, 2020, 04:12:27 PM »
By reading Eabha's Instagram storie her and her husband both tested positive for the virus but now out of the hospital and at home resting for 14 days. She says they are on the mends and getting better now. So lets give Eabha and John our prayers and some love for a fast recovery

General Discussion / COVID-19
« on: March 24, 2020, 06:13:48 PM »
I myself want to say i hope you all take the advice of your local governments and stay in while this virus runs it's course. I am going to stay in with my family thats here and stay as safe as we can. So I hope you all stay well and stay safe if you need alittle push to staying safe listen to this doctor that called into the bbc radio it's 30 mins long but it will change your mind about staying in


Stay safe

Celebration's on Tour / Master list of links to show video's
« on: March 13, 2020, 02:44:54 PM »
Ok here are the video's you all have found or myself all in one spot but you will have to click on the link to view them as they are all unlisted And i will keep adding to the list as i upload them to this youtube channel

Post any other videos you find on the other post of tour video's and i will get a copy of it and post it with these and after awhile i will move them to the forum youtube channel

My It Be   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tcgQ5eu8OA&feature=youtu.be

Teir Abhaile Riu   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Er-rEX8mBng&feature=youtu.be

Across the World   https://youtu.be/oSacGYoaYCY

The Kesh Inn small clip   https://youtu.be/6-e2jdNWx3Q

May It Be with Susan      https://youtu.be/8anu8ZN4PdU

Danny Boy                    https://youtu.be/SynHVAZNMEo

Teir Abhaile Riu Tar        https://youtu.be/2WSffVUv8ro

The Kesh Inn                  https://youtu.be/899C0fsg48M

Orinoco Flow                  https://youtu.be/K01olfD2OpQ

General Discussion / Running a humidifier helps
« on: March 04, 2020, 02:05:28 PM »
I have read that using a Humidifier in your home helps fight the flu Virus and maybe the same for the new Crona virus a dry house the virus can live on stuff for 24+ hours but a house that has above 45% humidity levels the virus can only live about a hour. It also makes your home feel warmer with more humidity in it so maybe you can turn down the heat and save some money. This is why all these virus's come out in the winter is because of lack of humidity and the best type of humidifier to use is a Evaporative Humidifier  The Mist ones leave a white dust all over your home and it's nasty as it settles on everything windows and all even inside your cabinets I learned this first hand. Hope this little bit of info will help some stay healthy

This is a study by the National Institution for Occupation Safety and Health (NIOSH)

When humidity levels were at 23%, 70 to 77% of flu virus particles were still able to cause an infection an hour after coughing. Raising humidity levels to 43% caused only 14% of flu particles to be able to cause an infection.

Additionally, high humidity was just as effective on small flu particles as large ones. That’s key because small flu particles tend to hang in the air for a longer time, while large particles fall to the ground.

Using a humidifier during the winter months can raise the humidity level in your home and combat the risk of a flu outbreak. Keep reading below for some tips and tricks on how to monitor and improve your indoor humidity.

Forum Questions & Comments / Forum tshirts
« on: January 17, 2020, 08:38:17 PM »
Im posting a code for 10% off thru Sunday the 19th. You can see the tshirts in the members only section

10% sitewide through this Sunday winter10 is the code

I think the shirts look good

David Downes / Let's meet David
« on: January 13, 2020, 11:28:12 PM »
David Downes (born 9 June 1975) is a composer, pianist, producer, and musical director who is best known for being the co-founder and musical director of the all-female Irish ensemble Celtic Woman


David Downes was born in Dublin, Ireland. He graduated from Trinity College, Dublin where he studied Music and Composition. He has performed at venues around the world, including Boston Symphony Hall, Carnegie Hall and Wembley Arena, appearing with soloists James Galway and Alan Stivell, the group Boyzone, and the Washington Symphony, Moravian Philharmonic, Hollywood Studio Symphony and National Symphony orchestras. He has made recordings with Moya Brennan, Clannad, Michael Crawford, Michael W. Smith and Bill Whelan. He has acted as orchestrator for Riverdance on Broadway and Secret Garden most notably.

He joined Riverdance where he was Music Director on Broadway, as well as for the American and European touring companies. Later he and Sharon Browne formed 'Celtic Woman', which has toured across the world with platinum recordings in the USA, Australia, Japan, South Africa, and major following in Asia, Europe and South America.

He acted as musical director for Irish President Mary McAleese's Inauguration in 2004. He has performed for U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama


Original songs

Downes has written many original songs for Celtic Woman, including: The Soft Goodbye, Send Me a Song, One World, The Sky and the Dawn and the Sun, At the Céili, Sing Out!, Granuaile's Dance, The Lost Rose Fantasia, The Blessing, The Call, Green the Whole Year Round, Walking The Night and Tabhair Dom Do Lamh. The lyricists with whom he has collaborated most are Caitríona Ní Dhúill, Barry McCrea, Shay Healy and Brendan Graham.

Television, film and theatre

His credits include Thou Shalt Not Kill, The Enemy Within, The Hunt For Red Willie at the Peacock Theatre, Jeff Daniels's Escanaba in da Moonlight and The Shaughraun at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin. He produced opening and closing songs, as well as acting as choral arranger for the Disney movie Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure. Also, he has been working on a drama, which is based on the Easter Rising of 1916, featuring Lisa Lambe and Malcolm Sinclair, known as The Bloody Irish!

Work with other artists

In 2007, Downes helped former Celtic Woman member Hayley Westenra to record The Last Rose of Summer for her album Treasure. The song was sung as a duet by Westenra and another member of Celtic Woman, Méav Ní Mhaolchatha, while Downes led the orchestra.


Celtic Woman albums have been credited platinum in many countries, and the DVDs of their TV concerts multi-platinum, in some cases, with notable popularity in the United States, Canada, Australia, Japan, Germany, France, Austria and South Africa.

In 2010 Downes was nominated for an EMMY award for Outstanding Musical Direction for a televised musical event. Other nominees included The Olympic Games-Opening Ceremonies (which won the EMMY), In Concert at the White House, The Kennedy Center Honours, and Andrea Bocelli and David Foster in concert.

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