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Nathan Carter Tour Stops in Cleveland November 16

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Top Irish Performer Nathan Carter U.S. Tour
Stops in Cleveland  

Irish phenom Nathan Carter performs at the West Side Irish American Club on Wednesday, November 16th.   Backed by his stellar 6-piece band, the Nathan Carter show is a musical journey for all ages, bringing a unique blend of Celtic, Irish, Classic Country and Contemporary favorites.

Featuring stellar musicianship, Irish warmth and infectious energy, concert attendees will enjoy a diverse and entertaining set list with hits such as “Caledonia”, “Wagon Wheel”, “The Rare Auld Times”, and “The Irish Rover.”

Carter won the RTÉ Irish Country Music Awards for Live Act of The Year and All Time Favorite Country Song categories. His Beautiful Life Album went 4-times Platinum in Ireland and his single Wagon Wheel remained on the Irish Charts for 77 consecutive weeks. He has spurred a jive-dance renaissance in Ireland and the UK, performed for Pope Francis in Croke Park in Dublin and has brought his signature blend of instrumental talents, beautiful vocals, and raw energy to audiences across Europe, the US and to PBS with his television specials, Celtic Roots and Celtic Country.

Carter first catapulted into stardom in his native Ireland, charming audiences on guitar, piano, and accordion. Since his start at local venues, his career has become a national success story. With five number-one albums, two number-one singles, and three number-one live performance DVDs, Nathan is now Ireland’s #1 Live Act.

Doors open at 6:30, Show 7:30. Tickets are on sale now at or Helen 216-251-4075 or in**@ws*******.org

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