The group’s fourth album, Celtic Woman:The Greatest Journey, was released in 2008.
Their fifth album, Celtic Woman: Songs from the Heart reached No 48 on the ARIA Top 50 Albums chart in 2010.
They toured the Songs From the Heart album in 2010-11 with a set that included new music as well as classic songs such as Spanish Lady, Danny Boy, Fields of Gold and Have I Told You Lately That I Love You.
They also recorded a PBS special concert at the Powerscourt House & Gardens. They were joined by a 27-member film orchestra, 12-member Aontas Choir, 11-piece bag pipe ensemble, 10-member Extreme Rhythm Drummers and the Discovery Gospel choir.
Current band member, Lisa Lambe joined the group for the Songs From the Heart tour. Lambe took over from Lynne Hilary, who had previously joined the group in 2007, when Ní Mhaolchatha left to persue a solo career.
What next for Celtic Woman
Their sixth album was called Lullaby and was available through the QVC shopping website or PBS pledge. It was later released as a limited edition through major retailers and it reached No 1 on the Billboard World Music Charts.
They are set to go a tour of America and Europe in 2012 although Lisa Kelly will not be joining her band mates as she is pregnant with her fourth child. She will be replaced for the tour by latest group member, Susan McFadden, sister of Westlife’s Brian.
The line up of the group has often changed throughout the years with members wanting to spend more time with their families but there have been no fallings out in the band.
Chloë Agnew said: “I think people are always looking for a ‘Desperate Housewives’ story, that they all hate each other and nobody actually gets along. It’s all for show. And the truth of the matter is, it’s not. The reality is we do all get along. The five of us are like sisters, best friends.”