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Swept away by the sounds of Ireland's 'Celtic Woman'

A PBS special turned tour has taken America by storm

By Steve Morse
Globe Staff / July 24, 2005

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Sharon Browne had a vision. She had signed a number of young Irish women to her Dublin-based record label, Celtic Collections, but they were largely ignored by Ireland's radio and television stations. Feeling snubbed, Browne decided to make her own TV special -- pooling the talents of ''my girls," as she calls them, and targeting American audiences instead. (Full article: 1163 words)

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