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Eamonn McCrystal, Chloe Agnew to visit AETN studios Aug. 23 to promote upcoming concert
Posted 18 Aug 2016
Eamonn McCrystal and Chloe Agnew will be live in the Arkansas Educational Television Network studios for the broadcast of 'The Music of Northern Ireland With Eamonn McCrystal' Tuesday, Aug. 23, at 7 p.m.
McCrystal, a renowned adult contemporary vocalist, TV personality and radio host, was born in Cookstown, Northern Ireland, and recorded his first album at 13. He has collaborated with major artists/producers including Walter Afanasieff, Kristin Chenoweth and Randy Travis. Now, the Emmy Award winning Irish tenor joins forces with Celtic woman favorite Agnew for an exclusive North American tour celebrating Irish culture, great music and Christmas.
The tour will be making a stop at the Walton Arts Center, 495 West Dickson Street, Fayetteville, Thursday, Dec. 8, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the performance are available exclusively through the AETN Foundation for a donation of $50 per ticket. Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis. Additional information and ticket reservation forms are available at aetnfoundation.org/boxoffice or by calling 1-800-662-2386.
These tickets are a fundraiser for the AETN Foundation, and all proceeds will support programming on AETN, Arkansas's PBS affiliate and only statewide public service media network.
Viewers may preview the concert in 'The Music of Northern Ireland.' Shot before a live audience at the historic Grand Opera House in Belfast, the special stars McCrystal and features performances by singer-songwriter Brian Kennedy, Broadway star Rachel Tucker, and singers-songwriters Keith and Kristyn Getty, all of whom hail from Northern Ireland. The concert celebrates a wide array of music and artists originating from the country, including Van Morrison ('Moondance,' 'Brown Eyed Girl') and Jimmy Kennedy ('Red Sails in the Sunset,' 'South of the Border'), along with haunting, traditional pieces like 'Carrickfergus,' 'Danny Boy' and more. An orchestra led by musical director Nigel Wright, producer for Andrew Lloyd Webber and Simon Cowell, accompanies the performance.
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