Celtic Woman have been nominated for a Grammy

It’s smiles all-around at the Celtic Woman HQ today as they’ve been nominated for a Grammy for their album, Destiny.

The Irish group is made up of three world class vocalists Mairéad Carlin, Susan McFadden and newest member Éabha McMahon with brilliant celtic violinist Máiréad Nesbitt accompanied by a group of equally talented musicians.

Celtic Woman have been nominated for a Grammy

Since their formation in 2005 they’ve sold over 10 million albums worldwide, and are also celebrating number one new entries in both the Billboard World Music Chart and Classical Chart with their brand new album Voices of Angels.

The Celtic Woman members said “There are no words to describe the excitement within the Celtic Woman camp upon hearing the news yesterday, that our album "Destiny" has been nominated for a Grammy Award.

“To say we are proud would be an absolute understatement. This is another milestone for Celtic Woman in what has been an incredible journey so far. We'd like to thank you all for your continued support over the last 12 years.”

Musical Director Gavin Murphy, who produced the album described it as “a huge honour to be nominated for such a prestigious award and we are extremely proud of the hugely talented Celtic Woman and this amazing achievement.”

Past members of the group include Chloe Agnew, Orla Fallon and Lisa Kelly.

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