A local band known as The Meadows has been selected to tour the GB with Celtic singing sensation Kristyn Murphy of the United States. The 8 show tour of the show Celtic Journey will feature three performances in Wales including: Friday 14 July at Queens Hall in Narberth at 7:00pm; Saturday 15 July at Miners' Theatre in Ammanford at 7:30pm; Sunday 16 July at Acapela Studio in Cardiff at 8:00pm.

The Celtic Journey show features music, dance, and story that celebrates the Celtic nations. A mixture of beloved ballads, upbeat jigs, and humour filled tales promise for an exciting evening, fit for the entire family. Also guest starring will be award winning Welsh Clog dancers Ava Walters and Noah Potter and fiddler Eifion Price (Ammanford) and dancers from Seren Irish Dance (Narberth).

Murphy, whose golden voice has been attracting audiences around the world for several years now, captivates audiences with her musical storytelling and top notch vocals. Boasting a mixture of Welsh and Scottish heritage, she is thrilled to be visiting her ancestral homelands during the Celtic Journey tour.

“Celtic Journey focuses on the idea of ‘home’ and the ties that bind a people together regardless of place or distance between” says Murphy, “it is meant to be a celebration of the Celtic cultures, as well as a way to highlight the different cultures and the idea that each culture is each unique."

Don't miss this rare opportunity to see Carmarthen's own perform in this vibrant show. The Meadows, local rising stars, have been performing together for a number of years attracting audiences with their rich musicality and professionalism.

“Celtic Journey has a real storytelling feel, combining the different elements of the Celtic world,” the band explains, “Working with Kristyn has been amazing. We grew up listening to folk music from artists such as Clannad who really inspire us and having grown up in Wales, the countryside, history and legends have also been hugely inspirational.”

For more information, visit www.celticjourneyshow.com