Celtic Pride 1996

The National Basketball Association play-offs are taking place, and the Boston Celtics are facing the Utah Jazz in a crucial series. This is also the last year that any games will be played in the Boston Garden, which is going to be torn down after the end of the season. Mike and Jimmy, two die-hard sports fans who will risk anything for the Celtics to win, are really getting into the games...

Celtic Woman 2005

Celtic Woman is an all-female Irish musical ensemble. This album "Celtic Woman" was recorded live on 15 September 2004 at The Helix, Dublin, Ireland and was to be the first of many albums.

Celtic Woman Believe 2011

Performers in Believe are three vocalists Chloë Agnew, Lisa Kelly, Lisa Lambe, and fiddler Máiréad Nesbitt All songs on this album are re-releases from their previous albums. Their only new song, entitled 'Princess Toyotomi', is featured in the film of the same name. This is the first album where nine members (both current and previous) appear together. Another album of the same title was released on January 24, 2012 Both this album and DVD (live performance from the Fox Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia) feature new music from Agnew, Kelly, Lambe and Nesbitt. The performance was broadcast on PBS stations in December 2011 Some of the songs performed but not available on the CD are A Tribute To Broadway, sung by Agnew, Lambe and Kelly, and Mná na hÉireann, played by Nesbitt. European and North American dates for the 2012 Believe tour have already been set, but Lisa Kelly will not join this tour due to her pregnancy, and will be replaced by Susan McFadden.

Celtic Woman: Destiny 2016

The heart of Ireland beats strongly throughout The Destiny Tour, which features an entirely new production with many songs from Destiny. As the country commemorates the events of 100 years ago that led to the nation's independence, Celtic Woman offers a rousing version of "Óró sé do bheatha 'bhaile," an anthem closely connected with the 1916 uprising. The all female ensemble also delivers other timeless traditional Irish songs such as "Bean Pháidín" and "Siúil A Run" highlighting the beauty of Ireland's heritage and its Gaelic language. Alongside newer songs such as "Walk Beside Me" and "The Whole Of The Moon," the show also features reimagined renditions of audience favorites "Amazing Grace" and "You Raise Me Up."

Celtic Thunder: Christmas 2010

Track listing: 1. Christmas Overture, 2. It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas, 3. Winter Wonderland, 4. Christmas Morning, Donegal, 5. Amazing Grace, 6. Let It Snow, Let It Snow, 7. Last Christmas, 8. When You Wish Upon A Star, 9. Silent Night, 10. Going Home For Christmas, 11. Our First Christmas Together, 12. Christmas 1915, 13. Baby, It's Cold Outside, 14. Ave Maria, 15. Hallelujah, 16. All I Want For Christmas Is You, 17. I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day, 18. The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year/We Wish You A Merry Christmas

Celtic Soul 2016

This utterly enjoyable and globe-spanning jaunt follows Canadian actor and comedian Jay Baruchel (Knocked Up, How to Train Your Dragon) on an epic road trip through Canada, Ireland and Scotland with his new friend, well-known Irish soccer journalist Eoin O’Callaghan. It’s a story that stretches over 200 years of colorful history and that takes the duo eastward from Montreal to Westport, Ireland—where Jay’s ancestors set sail for Canada, like so many others—and finally Glasgow, where Jay will fulfill a lifelong dream: to watch a match at Celtic Park, one of the wildest and most hallowed grounds in world football.

Celtic Edge

As one of the most renowned Canadian roots musicians of all time, Ashley MacIsaac has received significant international acclaim. He plays the fiddle in a direct, traditional Cape-Breton style, adding his own unique treatment, mixing genres and making contemporary Celtic music appeal to a wide spectrum of fans. In Celtic Edge, Ashley performs with fellow fiddler Shannon Quinn and DJ/composer Jay Andrews in a concert that explores the relationship between the younger generation of Celtic musicians inspired by Ashley as Ashley discusses his relationship to the older generation of fiddlers who inspired him.

Celtic Thunder: Take Me Home 2009

Celtic Thunder presents Take Me Home, an all new show, as seen on PBS. The DVD with a running time of almost 2 hours long features 13 new Celtic Thunder performances! After the smash success of the first Celtic Thunder production in 2008, producers Sharon Browne and Phil Coulter have developed an all-new Irish-music showcase. The sharply dressed male vocalists who starred in the first show have returned, and each performer gets a chance to show off his pop sensibility. The energetic set includes traditional Celtic tunes as well as rock covers and original compositions by Coulter.

Celtic Thunder - Mythology 2013

Celtic Thunder have chosen to return to their roots in order to film this musical odyssey back to the heart of the Celt. The core theme of Mythology is found in the opening number "Voices call from the old days, Voices tell from the past, Ancient laws and ancient old ways to recast." It's the story of the Celts in Ireland, their legends, their history and their stories. It's the lifeblood of modern day Ireland and it's influences from our Celtic past, which are still carried in each one of us as part of who we are and where we come from.

The Celtic Legacy 2011

The Celtic Legacy offers a trip back in time, from the Megalithic to Romanization of the Iberian Peninsula to discover the singular culture of the Castros in Galicia. Hair-rising landscapes, burial mounds, petroglyphs, fortified cities, lithic sculptures and exquisite jewels will define an era lost in time. The audience’s eye will be guided from the ancient Galicia to other places in Europe during those days: Brittany, Scotland, Ireland… where the Celtic culture left deep marks that persisted until today.

Celtic Thunder: The Show 2008

The group features five Celtic male vocalists from Ireland and Scotland, ranging in age from 16 to 40: Paul Byrom, George Donaldson, Keith Harkin, Ryan Kelly and Damian McGinty. From rousing ensemble numbers to solos showcasing each members' vocal style and personality, Celtic Thunder performs powerful ballads, popular hits, and heartwarming songs of love and loss from across the Celtic music spectrum-Irish, Scottish, traditional and contemporary.

Celtic Thunder: Storm 2011

In this concert, Keith, Paul, George, Ryan, Damien and Neil perform the following songs: 1. Storm Overture / 2. New Day Dawning / 3. Outside Looking In / 4. When You Are 18 / 5. Life In The Old Dog Yet / 6. Not The One / 7. Stand and Deliver / 8. The Highwayman / 9. Lagan Love / 10. Midnight Well / 11. Shadows Dancing / 12. Harry's Game / 13. Tender Is The Night / 14. This Was My Life / 15. Look At Me / 16. Hail The Hero (Mo Ghile Mear)

Michael Flatley, Celtic Tiger 2005

Michael Flatley is the internationally acclaimed master of dance. In 2005 his unrivalled skill and artistry combined in an epic that fused the spirit and history of Ireland with dance and music. The result was a masterpiece, showcasing Irish dance as a dynamic, powerful art form. Says Michael, "Celtic Tiger portrays the oppression of a people. The tiger itself symbolizes the awakening of their spirit in the struggle for freedom. The show itself is a 90 minute spectacular. It is very fast moving, powerful and hard-hitting and I think that it is something that you have never seen before."

Celtic Thunder: Heritage 2011

In this concert recorded live in Poughkeepsie, New York, Keith, Paul, George, Ryan, Damien, and Neil perform the following songs: 1/ Heartland, 2/ Buachaill ón Eirne, 3/ The Dutchman, 4/ Black Is The Color, 5/ Working Man, 6/ Home From The Sea, 7/ Just A Song At Twilight, 8/ Belfast Polka, 9/ Gold & Silver Days, 10/ Noreen, 11/ Steal Away, 12/ Skye Boat Song, 13/ Whiskey In The Jar, 14/ My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose, 15/ Ireland's Call, 16/ A Place In The Choir.

Celtic Thunder: Voyage 2012

VOYAGE continues to pay homage to the musical culture of Ireland, while exploring the musical journey each soloist has undertaken since the beginning of Celtic Thunder four years ago. This time the ensemble including Keith Harkin, Ryan Kelly, Neil Byrne, George Donaldson and Emmet Cahill welcome 13-year-old Daniel Furlong to the fold as a guest artist on this recording. The group performances highlight the diversity of Irish music and song; from the powerful rendition of "Dulaman" to the love song "Maid of Culmore," the collection also features a rousing performance of "Galway Girl" and beloved Irish party song "My Irish Molly-O."

Celtic Thunder X 2018

CELTIC THUNDER X, a brand new show to celebrate 10 Years of Celtic Thunder with a fantastic mix of both traditional and contemporary Irish Songs, Classic Hits, Love Songs, Nostalgic Songs and Fun Retro Songs from the soundtracks of viewers lives. With 26 new songs producer Sharon Browne has bought back the magic that turned Celtic Thunder into a household name in 2008.

Celtic Legends: Scottish Legends 1999

Exploring Scotland's legends, this edition of the documentary series presents some of the most intriguing tales from the Highlands, Central Lowlands and the Borders, including King James IV and the ghost of Flodden Field, Rob Roy and William Wallace. Among the other captivating stories passed down through generations is that of Robert the Bruce and the legend of the spider, a staple of Scottish lore.

Celtic Woman: Fan Favorites 2015

Celebrate 10 years of Celtic Woman with a festival of Fan Favorites. Remember the first time you were swept away by the spell-binding songs, the mesmerizing voices, and the dazzling dances. Join us for a celebration of classic Celtic Woman performances. Revisit the Emerald Isle and relive the most magical moments that have touched your hearts and lifted your spirits for the last 10 years in Celtic Woman: Fan Favorites.

A Celtic Awakening

This amazing musical journey begins in New York City, onstage in a concert hall, when vocalist and stage performer Faith Marion Robinson mystically transports her audience to Ireland through visuals and song.