Celtic Thunder Wearing Kilts: Photos and Video Performance. Nearly ten years later, we are updating this post to bring you photos of our singing Irish boys looking fabulous in their kilts. They look gorgeous and winsome as ever although there have been changes in the membership of the group the last time we blogged about them.
The current cast is composed of Ryan Kelly, Neil Byrne, Emmet Cahill, Michael O’Dwyer, and Damian McGinty while past members include Paul Byrom, George Donaldson, Daniel Furlong, Keith Harkin, Colm Keegan, and Emmett O’Hanlon.
The group continues to tour around the world although, given the coronavirus pandemic going on at this time, we’re pretty sure they are on self-quarantine for now. But, after this health crisis, you should check them out if ever and whenever they visit your neck of the woods and go see them perform in their kilts.
How cute is the pic below? It’s probably our favorite of these Celtic Thunder Wearing Kilts photos.
Irish Guys Dressed in Kilt – Celtic Thunder – Video (11 August 2009). We’ve already seen photos of hot men in kilt namely Gerard Butler, Ewan McGregor, Ilya Kovalchuk, and Ed Westwick. Now here’s a video of a band group called Celtic Thunder singing their song Caledonia while dressed in their awesome kilts. It’s a great song and the boys’ dressing in kilt adds a lot of spice to their performance. Way to go, Celtic Thunder!
Celtic Thunder, for those of you not familiar with the band, is an Irish group composed of five Celtic male soloists who perform both solo and ensemble numbers. It’s a fairly new group because it debuted in 2007 but it appears to be pretty successful. In fact they were invited to perform for the Obama’s at the White House during this year’s St. Patrick Day celebration. President Barack Obama, for those of you who don’t know yet, is part-Irish.
We know you fell in love with the song (and maybe the singers) so here’s the lyrics of Caledonia for those of you who’d like to sing along with these kilt-dressed cuties.
Celtic Thunder Wearing Kilts: Photos and Video Performance. Posted 11 August 2009. Last updated: March 18, 2020 at 8:03 am.