Celtic Thunder’s George Donaldson talks about how different St. Patrick’s Day is in NYC.
Are Celtic Thunder coming back to New York and when?
I love you guys, especially you George, When are you coming back to New York for another concert
I am also curious why there is no show for New York City. I can’t believe I am going to miss out this time around.
laura why are the guys not having a show in new york city this fall,please talk to sharon and phil to add a show in manhattan like the beacon or radio city music hall or the roseland.pleaes ask them please please please…thank you loved wliw
Well, I sure missed the guys in their kilts in the subway….that would have been great fun to see them singing Danny Boy in the subway – but then New Yorkers are used to all sorts of things like Halloween – everyone on the subway dressed in wild outfits. It’s funny to hear George recount this.
IS KEITH GOING TO SING “DONEGAL” IN BOSTON IN OCTOBER. HE DOES SUCH A “FAN”TASTIC JOB ON THAT SONG. WOW CAN HE HIT THOSE NOTES PERFECT!!
I just found ut yesterday that Celtic Thunder will be appearing in Pittsburgh thi Tuesday – I rushed to by tickets! I cannot believe I will actually be seeng these wonderful young men! We all know what e love about them!(EVERYTHING!!) Can hardly wait!
Elizabeth, Monroeville PA
It’s me again (Sorry!) I really can spell – was apalled at the way had spelled everythig – lets just put it down to excitement!
Elizabeth Lovic, Monroeville, PA
hey u guys were great tonite but, i’ve been on the blog and forms what am i doing wrong i seem to get a hold of everyone i even email sharon she didn’t answer me either don’t any one like me. i’ll will be watching on wed. at 9pm i know i have a sinus infection but, is know whay to avoid me. ryan on one song i thought u might be getting a little horse. maybe getting Damian cold they he came with.
ps i have 3 dvd’s now looking forward to hearing the next 2 cd out going to be out on dvd’s too.
This Celtic TI hunder is the best of them sll.I will have to have a copy of the CD and the DVD. I love each of you amd Ican say that truthfully because I,m 75 years old with great grandchildren Looking forward to the next production on PBS You all are great. Jo Smith
I saw all you guys for the first time on WLIW and on QVC the same day. Best of luck to all of you. I am hoping to get tickets to your show at Radio City Music Hall on Oct. 1st. 2010. It’s a pleasure to hear REAL singing for a change. Good Luck to all.
Well said Rick. I too try to do some shopping in local steors and buy Irish as much as possible (though as we speak I’m sitting in M S jeans, oh the shame a Dunnes top though!)However, while I do support the idea of shopping locally, sometimes, particularly for families on a lower income, its simply cheaper to shop in the larger chain steors and supermarkets. And if you’re claiming benefits, then they’re really your only option.Most smaller shops, for example smaller supermarkets or food shops, can charge a fortune for their products (I once paid more than six euro for the tiniest box of cereal in a mini-supermarket) so for some, it’s not feasible to shop there regularly.Perhaps if small shop owners considered lowering their prices by establishing a no frills’ policy like say Aldi or Lidl (ie spending more on the products than on what the store actually looks like) then more of us could shop much more regularly locally? This would also increase competition among small shop owners, improving choice, which as you said is a good thing. Perhaps a Government run business course for sole traders and shop owners would help as well, offering help, advice and training as to how to make the most out of your business and still survive?I also must point out that the big shops and chains do provide much needed employment, with many providing training and education facilities for their staff, which can only be a good thing.However, all that said (phew, I almost sounded like I was disagreeing with you there!) those of us who can afford the bit extra to shop locally should do so frequently.