Hi everyone I hope you are all well. We've just finished two amazing nights in Radio City Music Hall. What a fantastic time we had. Apart from the snow, that stopped a few people getting to the show on Friday night, it all went incredibly well. We were so extremely lucky to have the PS22 school choir join us for two numbers. They helped us out with You Raise Me Up and then lifted all our spirits with their rendition of Spanish Lady. What very special talented children. I've never met a nicer bunch of kids. They performed under the guidance of their choral leader Gregg, who was just an inspiration himself. He had a unique ability to bring out the best in these kids by such kind, gentle words of encouragement. It was definitely the highlight of my time with Celtic Woman. We were sad to see them go! We've been to Wilkes Barre, Erie, Baltimore, Charlottesville, Charlotte, Atlanta, Greenville, Durham and Roanoke and haven't escaped the snow once!!! Bring on Florida. But the cold outside hasn't affected the warmth of our audiences. We have had such a wonderful response to our Songs From the Heart tour. It's such an enjoyable show for all of us and we really are having a ball. There is such a lovely mix of songs. I won't give it away to any of you holding out for your first viewing. Thank you so much for all the cards and gifts of encouragement. Special thanks to Annie who sent me a huge Tinkerbell embroidered picture. It must have taken her months. Looking forward to seeing some of you in the upcoming weeks Love and best wishes Lisaxxxxxx
Hope this blog finds you all well and happy and getting settled in to the New Year. We are just about ready to hit the road with out first Songs From The Heart Tour. We are really looking forward to it and can't wait to see what you all think.
I had a wonderful break over the Christmas. It was such a lovely time. The children were ecstatic on Christmas Day when they woke to find their gifts. We then spent the day with my family in Dublin. New Years Eve was particularly memorable this year as we had really heavy snowfall. Quite rare in Dublin. New Year's Eve is also our wedding anniversary so it was particularly picturesque and romantic. The snow lasted on and off for nearly 10 days after that. Our country came to a complete standstill as we are not equipped to deal with the snow. However, the kids all had a blast. Schools were closed for an extra few days too which made them all the merrier.
So here we are about to embark on the new tour. We have lots of interviews to do in NY and Canada next week so we are all looking forward to that and then it is off to Roanoke, VA.
We hope to see many of you in the audience over the coming months and I promise to try to keep you all updated as much as I can