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Arvel Bird Returns to Scottish Roots with New Celtic Nation CD

10-23-2011 06:59 AM CET | Leisure, Entertainment, Miscellaneous

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Arvel Bird

Arvel Bird

NASHVILLE, TN (September 20, 2011) –Master fiddler Arvel Bird has returned to his Celtic folk rock roots for his latest album, Celtic Nation, featuring 11 riveting Celtic tunes. From lively tunes that will start your toes a’ tappin', to lyrical ballads, Arvel’s vocals and masterful violin make this a must have CD.

Continuing to blaze a new path in Indie music, Bird’s renditions of traditional Celtic tunes and his powerful self-penned tributes to Celtic folk rock music are a testament to his precise musicianship. This unique Celtic fusion that honors the heritage of his ancestors explodes with riveting musical hooks and additive melodies that leave audiences dancing in the aisles.

From traditional Celtic tunes like “Barnyard O’Delgaty” or “P Stands for Paddy” to original scores like “Many Clans, One Fire” and “Fire and Stone,” this vocal and instrumental album is lighthearted and powerful.

“My music is about blending cultures, blending instruments and blending sounds to create a fusion of instrumentation that is thoroughly Celtic, but with a twist,” said Arvel Bird. “On Celtic Nation, I put my own touch on some traditional Celtic tunes, and mixed them with music that I composed to create a journey through the British Isles through song.”

Since its September release, Celtic Nation is quickly becoming Bird’s best-selling album to date. To purchase or download Celtic Nation, visit www.amazon.com, or www.arvelbird.com.

About Arvel Bird:Award-winning Native American Flutist/Violinist Arvel Bird is known around the world for his dramatic connection between Native American and Celtic traditions, consistently playing to sell-out crowds. Dubbed "Lord of the Strings" by fans and music critics, his music evokes the soul of North American history and is thoroughly entertaining, but also enlightening and humanizing. Classically trained on the violin, Bird began his career touring with country legends Glen Campbell, Loretta Lynn, and Louise Mandrell before embarking on his solo career. He now tours 365 days a year, entertaining audiences around the world. Bird has release two new albums this year: Storyteller, which captures the captivating stories Arvel tells during live performances, and From the Heart of a Paiute, a flute album dedicated to the many Native American Flute Makers and their flutes. For more about Arvel Bird and how to purchase his albums, visit www.arvelbird.com, www.myspace.com/arvelbird, www.facebook.com/thearvelbird, or www.twitter.com/arvelbird.

Jody Roberts
Native Spirit PR & Entertainment
2447 South Taylor Road
Cleveland, OH 44118
jody@nativespiritpublicrelations.com

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