Celtic Wind blows into Campbell’s Scott Theater on St. Patty’s Day

Buies Creek, NC. –Celtic Wind is a band that takes audiences back to a simpler, more romantic time through the Celtic music of Ireland Scotland, Wales and England.  The virtuoso traditional Irish band will perform as part of Campbell University’s Saint Patrick’s Day celebration on Thursday, March 17 at 8 p.m. in Scott Concert Hall of the Taylor Bott Rogers Fine Arts Center. Tickets are $15 general admission with members of the Cape Fear Friends of the Fine Arts admitted free.

Playing jigs, reels, marches, ballads and other typical Celtic musical forms, the band’s instruments include the traditional Irish Penny Whistle, the Bohran, an Irish frame drum, guitar, banjo, fiddle and piano. Songs such as “McNabs Hornpipe,” “Rakes of Mallow,” “What do You do with a Drunken Sailor” and “Danny Boy,” round out the program which also features the the music of young fiddle sensation Ashley Martin.

Also known for their skillful renditions of traditional bluegrass music, Celtic Wind has performed at festivals, fairs, special concerts and for international folk societies throughout the U.S. They recently returned from a highly successful tour of Ireland.

For more information, contact the Taylor Bott Rogers Fine Arts Center at 910.893.1495.


Photo Copt: Celtic Wind, a genuine Irish band, will perform in concert at Campbell University on Saint Patrick’s Day.