Eamonn McCrystal and Chloe Agnew

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Biography

Eamonn McCrystal is a multi-Emmy® award winning Northern Irish pop-tenor and television producer. He has collaborated with an array of artists such as David Foster, Kristin Chenoweth, Nigel Wright, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Randy Travis, Dianne Warren, Guy Roche and Walter Afanasieff.

Chloë Agnew is a singer, songwriter and actress from Dublin, Ireland. Agnew gained fame for her integral part as one of the original (and youngest) members of the internationally acclaimed music group Celtic Woman.

On November 4, he released his tenth full length studio album, ‘And So It Goes’ which includes the single ‘Pray For Peace’ featuring Rita Wilson and Chloë Agnew (Celtic Woman). Recorded in Nashville, the album was co-produced by McCrystal and Casey Wood.

In 2015, Eamonn impressively took home four Emmy® Awards for the highly touted PBS Special ‘The Music of Northern Ireland with Eamonn McCrystal.”

Following his 15 city "coast to coast" concert tour of the US with Chloe Agnew, he will finish out the year filming a starring role for a feature-length Christmas movie due for release in 2017.

Eamonn has also appeared alongside Whoopi Goldberg, Patrick Wilson and Ashley Judd in the Adriana Trigiani film “Big Stone Gap” and most recently seen in “God’s Not Dead 2” alongside Melissa Joan Hart, Jesse Metcalfe and Ray Wise as an attorney for the ACLU.

In television Eamonn has created content for major companies including: BBC, Sky, ITV, Harpo/OWN and PBS.

Chloë Agnew is a singer, songwriter and actress from Dublin, Ireland. Agnew gained fame for her integral part as one of the original (and youngest) members of the internationally acclaimed music group Celtic Woman.

Born to Irish entertainer Adéle King and Irish oboist David Agnew, Chloë made her first television appearance at just four weeks old. Shortly after the success of her second album "Walking in the Air", Chloë was approached to become part of a new PBS production, “Celtic Woman”. Ten years later, Chloë held the dual title of being both one of the original members and the youngest performer of the group. At the age of 24, she was already a musical veteran and after an illustrious career with the famous ensemble; she embarked on a solo career that has seen her perform all over the world.

She has performed for the last three US Presidents, all before the age of 20. With Celtic Woman she spend #81 weeks at the top of the Billboard World Music chart. In her own right, she has starred in several the Tattoo festivals across the world- singing with over 3,000 military musicians, and most recently toured Europe with the "Sounds of Hollywood tour" with the Prague Philharmonic orchestra.

This December she is joining forces with Emmy Winner Eamonn McCrystal for a 15 city concert tour of the United States and also appears on McCrystal's latest album "And So It Goes."

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"For me, music is about emotion and I'll only sing a song if I think I can bring something of myself to it."

- EAMONN McCRYSTAL

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