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Faith’s Song (Live From Johnstown Castle, Wexford, Ireland/2018)

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Faith’s Song (Live From Johnstown Castle, Wexford, Ireland/2018)

In 2018 Celtic Woman released a stunning performance of their single titled “Faith’s Song.” The beautiful acoustic rendition of the song was recorded live from Johnstown Castle in Wexford released their new music video “Faith’s Song (Live From Johnstown Castle, Wexford, Ireland/2018)” that was filmed at the beautiful Johnstown Castle in Wexford,Ireland.

The performance of “Faith’s Song” has a soft, dreamy atmosphere that captures the lush beauty of Johnstown Castle. The beautiful melodies and harmonies of ther women create a mesmerizing atmosphere that is both calming and inspiring. The song’s lyrics also offer words of faith, hope, and encouragement which are so needed in today’s world.

About Celtic Woman

Celtic Woman has been performing its sonically and visually stunning concerts in front of capacity crowds around the world for fifteen years, having racked up cumulative ticket sales of over four million and performing for adoring audiences in 23 countries on six continents. Named Celtic Woman to represent the essence of a Celtic female performer, the group made its American debut in early 2005 with a self-titled PBS concert special, which captured a sold-out performance at the Helix in Dublin.

Immediately thereafter, Celtic Woman’s eponymous debut CD reached no. 1 on Billboard’s World Music Chart and occupied the top slot for an unprecedented 81 weeks. It remained there until the release of Celtic Woman’s second albu

The group was then seen by 23 million viewers when performing on ABC-TV’s Dancing with the Stars, and gained considerable attention for appearances in multiple episodes of the daytime drama The Bold and the Beautiful, as well appearing on numerous other television shows in the U.S. and internationally. Furthermore, Celtic Woman has performed for three U.S. Presidents and appeared twice at the White House, including the 2009 National Christmas Tree Lighting.

Their album Ancient Land – the first new studio album of brand new songs since the Grammy-nominated Destiny – was recorded in the famous Real World Studios in the UK, and was released in the fall of 2018. To coincide with this, Celtic Woman returned home to Ireland to film a spectacular live show in the grounds of the beautiful Johnstown Castle in Wexford, which was recorded for PBS, as well as a DVD release in 2019. In Spring 2019 Celtic Woman returned to North America to perform in over 70 cities from March through June, as part of their Ancient Land Tour.

Then came a brand new studio album The Magic of Christmas, before the group marked its 15 year anniversary in 2020. Celebration – 15 years of Music & Magic was released on CD & DVD to coincide with the Celebration Tour which kicked off in North America in March 2020, but sadly had to be rescheduled after only a few shows. This year Celtic Woman released a brand new PBS Special Postcards from Ireland, followed by a CD and DVD release and they are returning to touring in 2022 for the Postcards from Ireland Tour.

Celtic Woman continues to captivate audiences across national and cultural boundaries to celebrate the timeless emotion of Ireland’s centuries-old heritage. As a one-of-a-kind live act, Celtic Woman combines the country’s finest musical talents with epic stage production to present a uniquely inspiring live experience. Postcards from Ireland perfectly captures this chapter of their extraordinary musical journey.

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Johnstown Castle 

Johnstown Castle is a vivial castle located in County Wexford, Ireland. The first castle built on the estate was a tower house built in the late 12th century by the Esmonde family, Normans who came to southeast Ireland from Lincolnshire in the 1170s after the Norman invasion of Ireland. Oliver Cromwell spent a night on the estate in 1649, prior to the October 1649 Sack of Wexford. The Esmondes were expelled during the Cromwellian years.

The castle was subsequently bought by the Grogan family in 1692. Cornelius Grogan, owner of the castle, was hanged for his part in the 1798 Rebellion, and the estate was restored to his brother John Knox Grogan. With his son Hamilton Knox Grogan-Morgan, they created Johnstown Castle as it stands today, on the “bones” of the Norman tower house. Daniel Robertson designed the Gothic Revival castle and parts of the surrounding land.

By 1863, the demesne was divided in two, with a deer park in the north and the castle, pleasure grounds, farm, and two artificial lakes to the south. Lady Maurice FitzGerald (née Lady Adelaide Jane Frances Forbes), wife of Lord Maurice FitzGerald (son of Charles FitzGerald, 4th Duke of Leinster) was the last owner to live in the house.

During World War I, Royal Naval Air Service airships were based at Johnstown Castle and primarily used to deal with the U-boat threat, although with limited success. Following the death of Lady Maurice in November 1942, the Johnstown Estate was inherited by her grandson, Maurice Victor Lakin. The castle and Estate were formally handed over to the State by the family in lieu of death duties.

The castle was taken over by the Department of Agriculture (later An Foras Talúntais from 1959 and Teagasc from 1988) and used for research into soils with laboratories created in the castle. It opened to the public in 2019 following a period of renovation and is managed by the Irish Heritage Trust under Curator Matt Wheeler. Work on conserving and restoring the building continues.

Johnstown Castle is now a popular tourist attraction, offering guided tours and educational activities for all ages. It is also home to an impressive collection of plants and trees that attract wildlife such as otters and bats. Visitors can explore the walled garden, lakeside walks, woodland trails, and formal gardens. The castle grounds are also used for private events, weddings and corporate events.

Why You Need The Ultimate Ireland Travel Guide (it’s Free)

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The Ultimate Ireland Travel Guide

Why You Need The Ultimate Ireland Travel Guide (it’s Free)

Are you planning a trip to Ireland? If so, then the Ultimate Ireland Travel Guide is an essential resource. From money and travel documents to facts about Ireland and Irish customs, this guide will give you all the information you need for your trip.

In which province of Ireland is County Wexford located?

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In which province of Ireland is County Wexford located?

In which province of Ireland is County Wexford located? – County Wexford is located in the province of Leinster in Ireland. The county borders onto the Irish Sea, and its proximity to it gives it a mild climate with plenty of sunshine throughout the year. 

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Last updated May 29, 2023


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