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Byrne and Kelly are back out on the road for an extensive tour in support of their Echoes album. The full list of cities, dates and ticketing information can be found at:
Neil and Ryan begin this tour with their new Byrne and Kelly album “Echoes” Launch Tour in March and continue on until the end of April. Then in July, they return to Canada to begin their Summer leg of tour dates. This continues down the West Coast of America and concludes in LA until the end of July. They will then perform at the Ohio Celtic Festival from August 12th – 14th.
More details and tickets information available from:
In addition to the 12 shows in Canada, Neil and Ryan will be performing across America from August 15th to October 6th. Locations include Seattle, Portland, Boise, Linclon, Des Moines, Kansas City, Little Rock, San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans, Cocoa Beach, Jacksonville, Atlanta, Charlotte, Rocky Mount, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Yonkers, Boston, Buffalo, Cleveland, Chicago, Bloomington, Minneapolis and more to be confirmed! This is by far the biggest “Byrne and Kelly” tour to date!
For more details and ticketing information, check out:
Best New Album
“Neil Byrne and Ryan Kelly – Acoustically Irish”
Neil Byrne and Ryan Kelly
Best Duo in a Pub, Festival, Concert
Thank you to everybody who voted and helped share the message – these two awards are very much appreciated!
The new album “Neil Byrne and Ryan Kelly – Acoustically Irish” has entered the US Billboard World Albums Chart at #1!
Thank you all for supporting Neil and Ryan and helping them to achieve this!
Find out more about the album here:
Celtic Thunder Webstore
Tickets still available for Celtic Thunder shows all across North America www.celticthunder.ie/tour
April showers is right… it’s lashing rain, another good day to work on some up and coming “Pale blue Jak” compositions… now is the time because come May 6th myself and Ryan will make our way to Dublin airport to fly to the Big Apple to start another of our acoustic tours. It has been an exciting time putting together our own travel plans, venues, hotels etc even though a bit stressful sometimes. Everybody has been so helpful posting up and emailing venue recommendations, thank you so much for that, it has helped no end…
The only problem myself and Ryan have been left with is that we cannot get to every place that has been suggested. We will be starting our venture and finishing on the East Coast of America due to some promotional interviews. We have made provisional plans to tour the West and South US and also Canada between CT tours, plus we would really like to take in some parts of Europe and even Australia if possible. We really want to give everyone a chance to get to a gig.
Last night I sat up late reading letters and cards sent from all over the world to my PO Box. I can’t begin to tell you all how appreciative I am of your support… because of the large volume of mail it is pretty impossible to write back with the time given but just to let you know that I do read everything and I know the rest of the guys do too.
Mr John will be uploading more post box videos as we go.
Well guys, it has stopped raining, the sun has come out, I think I’ll get a stroll in the park before getting back to the recording, I can always hear things much clearer on my return, but sure isn’t that the same for everything
Cant wait to see you all soon, its going to be such an exciting tour.
Thank you for all of your support.
Hey everyone, hope you are all doing great.
Not quite sure where to start this time…. It has been quite an
exciting and somewhat surprising past couple of months…. even though days have been long there never seems to be enough time for everything and everyone. I have been working so hard on new tracks for my album. I’m trying to make time for other projects too, such as writing for other artists and performing live with various acts and some session work along the way. When I am home from tour or from doing promos for CT, I always look forward to spending time with my family and friends. I always seem to have deadlines to meet and my social time suffers, I am certainly not complaining, with the present economical climate at such a low I count myself lucky to be so busy.
Preparation seemed to going quite smoothly for our 2011 Fall Tour with CT until another bomb-shell was dropped. I received the call to tell me that Ryan had decided to go his own way. I have to say i really didn’t see that one coming. Just as is Paul, Ryan is such a big part of CT in character and spirit. Off stage, I always enjoy having a chat and a good laugh with Ryan, I will miss that too. With a talent like Ryan’s, he can only do great things and I wish him all the best.
When Sharon asked me to come forward as one of the 5 singers, it was not a straight forward decision. For one, I was trying to get my head around Ryan’s exit and two, I have been very comfortable with my role in the show as guitarist and singer which is what I am and what I always have been. I guess I was concerned about losing my identity. Having said that… to be asked to front and sell the show as a
principal is a very positive thing and I am very proud to be flying the flag with the guys a little more than before.
I have been reading loads of the comments on the various websites and would like to thank all of you guys for your amazing encouragement and kind words. I hope you realize how much your positivity helps us all to perform and to be stronger in what we do.
I am really looking forward to sharing my new album with you all. Its coming down to details and which songs will make the cut. Time is of the essence but I will get there and when I do you will be the first to know.
For now, I had better get back to work and will be counting the days till I am packing the cases, tuning the guitars and heading to America and Canada for the first performances of Fall Tour 2011, meeting you guys and seeing your smiling faces once again.
Take good care.