Special Guest Chlöe Agnew
Don’t miss Irish phenomenon Nathan Carter’s action-packed live 2019 tour! Backed by his stellar 6-piece band and with special guest Chloë Agnew (former star of Celtic Woman), Nathan’s live show is a unique blend of Celtic, country and pop favorites you won’t want to miss. With their Irish warmth and infectious energy, you’ll hear hits like “Caledonia”, “Wagon Wheel”, “The Rare Auld Times”, and “Jealous of the Angels”.
Nathan Carter is taking the music world by storm. He first catapulted into stardom in his native Ireland, charming audiences on guitar, piano, and accordion. Since his start at local venues, his career has become a national success story. With five number-one albums, two number-one singles, and three number-one live performance DVDs, Nathan is blazing a trail to worldwide success. Join Nathan, his band, and Chloë for this not-to-be-missed concert!
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Nathan Carter Lead vocals, accordion, piano
John Pettifer Lead & B guitar, vocals
Tom Sheerin Fiddle, mandolin
John Byrne Keyboard, sax, flute, whistle
Matt Curran Lead guitar, acoustic guitar, banjo, steel guitar, harmonica, vocals
Gareth Lowry Drums, percussion
Carl Harvey Bass
Ireland's #1 Entertainer
BORN FOR THE ROAD
Nathan Carter has become Ireland's biggest country music star. He is heralded by many as reviving the country music genre and bringing it into the mainstream. He has sold out venues across the UK and Ireland, has landed his own primetime show, and is loved and respected by legions of fans across Ireland. But how did a lad from Liverpool accomplish all this before the age of 27?
In his revealing and inspirational autobiography, Nathan reminisces about his music filled childhood, and growing up in Merseyside with his Liverpool-Irish family. From his first taste of show business at the tender age of four to his success on the north of England club circuit and his subsequent relocation to Donegal, Nathan explores the twists of fate that took him to chart success and to become Ireland's adopted poster boy for country music.