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The High Kings - Grace & Glory (2016)

19-05-2016, 13:46
Folk | Celtic | iTunes

Title: Grace & Glory
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Celtic Collections
Genre: Folk, Celtic
Quality: AAC 256 Kbps
Total Time: 49:02 min
Total Size: 102 MB


1. Hand Me Down My Bible
2. Schooldays Over
3. Spancil Hill
4. Follow Me up to Carlow
5. Grace
6. Kelly the Boy from Killane
7. Goodnight Irene
8. Ride On
9. Green Fields of France
10. Nancy Spain
11. Early Morning Rain
12. Boys Are Back in Town
13. Ireland’s Call

Essentially the male version of Celtic Woman, the High Kings are a mass-marketed contemporary Celtic quartet under the musical direction of David Downes of Riverdance fame. Debuted in 2008, the High Kings are a supergroup comprised of Irish natives Finbarr Clancy (born in Carrick-an-Suir, County Tipperary; formerly of the Clancy Brothers), Martin Furey (born in Dunmore East, County Waterford; formerly of the group Bohinta), Brian Dunphy (born in Dublin; formerly a cast member of Riverdance), and Darren Holden (born in County Kilkenny; formerly a cast member of Riverdance, among other Broadway productions, and a successful solo artist as well). Their debut album, The High Kings, sold very well in the United States for world music (peaking at number 150 on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart and number two on the world music albums chart), thanks in significant part to a PBS television special (also released on DVD) broadcast nationally in commemoration of the St. Patrick's Day holiday. The High Kings subsequently toured their homeland. ~ Jason Birchmeier.

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