Colm & Laura Keegan

Glasgow, Scotland

Irish singer-songwriter Colm Keegan and his wife, Scottish Cellist Laura Durrant, are best known as principal performers in the world-renowned singing group Celtic Thunder. Joining the group in 2011, they have featured on three Celtic Thunder DVDs and four CDs, the CDs repeatedly rocketing to #1 on the Billboard World Music Chart. He has performed with the group on many of the world’s most prominent stages in the United States, Canada, and Australia, as well as on two Celtic Thunder cruises. With the group, he opened the Chicago St. Patrick’s Day Parade, and he was featured in a private show at the Pentagon, where Celtic Thunder was invited to perform by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

In August 2014, while still performing with the group, he teamed with Celtic Thunder cellist Laura Durrant to embark on his first solo tour, doing shows up and down the east coast of the United States. He also won the 2014 Irish Music Association “Best New Irish Artist.” In late 2016, he released his first solo CD, “I’ll Never Be Alone,” which topped the Amazon and iTunes World Music Charts. To date, Colm and Laura have completed four tours in the United States, performing in Irish Centers, theatres and Irish and Celtic festivals.

Colm & Laura now live in Glasgow, Scotland, with their three young children balancing family life and careers in music, culture and teaching. Before joining Celtic Thunder, Colm spent a year touring with Celtic Woman, completing two European tours, an Asian Tour, and a five-month North American Tour. With their recent release of their LIVE FROM DUBLIN CD they look back at the last decade, it’s filled with incredible memories of touring with Celtic Thunder, touring as a duo, and beginning our family together. This album is about trying to celebrate all that magic, performing our favorite songs from those years in front of an audience of family and friends.

Colm & Laura Keegan – Website

Colm & Laura Keegan – YouTube

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