Tuesday, December 14, 2010

TBN Makes a Song and Dance Over All Things Celtic

"Contact: Susan Zahn, WDC Media PR, 877-862-3600, szoffice@wdcmedia.com; Greg Robbins, 412-855-1330, greg@upliftingentertainment.com

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 10, 2010 /Christian Newswire/ -- Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) – the world’s largest religious broadcaster and a favorite with millions of viewers across six continents – is proud to feature programming complete with all the bells and whistles, and Uilleann pipes and Irish drums, as it goes Celtic this Christmas with its special airing of A Celtic Christmas, beginning Sunday.

A hauntingly beautiful celebration of Christmas, A Celtic Christmas is a one-hour program showcasing Irish music and dance going back to the 12th century as well as the most modern Celtic innovations such as River Dance and Lord of the Dance. Thrilling pieces featuring the Uilleann pipes, Irish whistle, Celtic fiddles, Irish drums, along with keyboard and percussion performed by the world-renowned Irish music group The Celts are sure to leave viewers breathless.

Special guest performances include a roster of the world's best Irish musicians including Dublin piper Ivan Goff, Altan singer and Donegal fiddler Mauread Ni Mhaonaigh, The Gael String Orchestra, The Nashville Irish Step Dancers, and the Celtic Christmas Children's Choir."

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