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Where ordinary thunder rages and rumbles across the sky, freighting timid woodland creatures and little children alike, there is one form of thunder that is literally music to ones ears. This thunder after sparking off some five years ago in Ireland has been unleashing its musical peals all across the globe. The Celtic Thunder Binghamton NY even will be a veritable testament to its melodious might.
True to its natural counterpart, Celtic Thunder started pervading the airways on streams of television signals courtesy PBS in 2007. The initial lineup consisted of Emmet Cahill, Neil Byrne, Paul Byrom, Ryan Kelly, Daniel Furlong, George Donaldson, Keith Harkin and Damian McGinty, who later took his resonating pearly whites all the way to the TV series Glee in 2011.
Celtic Thunder started gathering steam throughout the late 2000s, and exploded all across the world after being titled as 2009's "Top World Album Artist" by the Billboard Magazine. With their self-titled debut album being released in early 2008, their follow-up Act Two and Take Me Home broke into the top-ten slot of the World Albums Chart in late 2008 and 2009.
Celtic Thunder has been raining down their eclectic tunes since their inception. In their first year of existence, they undertook an ambitious 50-city tour of the US, and followed it up with another round of hectic touring the following year. They were also headliners at the Saint Patrick's Day Parade the same year, also performing at the White House. So claim some Celtic Thunder Binghamton NY tickets for being engulfed by some booming crooning.