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Celtic Roots Live with Nathan Carter

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Airs Wednesday, June 7 at 8p, Thursday June 8th at 1a & 2p, Sunday, June 11 at 3:30p, Saturday, June 24 at 3:30p on WVIA-TV

Irish singer Nathan Carter makes his U.S. premiere with the concert special CELTIC ROOTS LIVE WITH NATHAN CARTER. In this concert spectacular recorded in the heart of Dublin, Ireland, Nathan wows audiences with his wide vocal range and musical talents. Joining him on stage is a stellar line up including the Nathan Carter Band, a string quartet, a choir, and former Celtic Woman vocalist Chloe Agnew.Nathan also plays his accordion for a number of songs, highlighting his high energy showmanship on the stage. Even when Nathan sits down at the piano, the slower tempo songs keep audience members delighted and singing along. Singing a variety of classic Celtic tunes, including "Whiskey in the Jar," as well a few classic American ballads, such as "Bridge Over Troubled Water," this concert is one for the ages.

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