The sister of singer Sheila O'Shea, Irish vocalist and harpist -ine Minogue began performing at the age of 14 as a member of the Galway Mercy Convent's renowned 114-piece orchestra. After a tenure with the Bunratty Castle Singers, Minogue relocated to the U.S., settling in Boston and teaming with the Irish tenor Sean O'Shea in the duo Legacy. While simultaneously teaching at Boston College's Irish Studies Program, she also began performing extensively in the company of artists including Johnny Cunningham, STamus Connolly, and STamus Egan, all of whom joined her on her debut release, 1994's Were You at the Rock. In 1996, Minogue returned with a pair of LPs, Mysts of Time and To Warm Winter's Night, followed in 1997 by Between Worlds. Circle of the Sun appeared in 1998, followed a year later by Celtic Spirit. ~ Jason Ankeny, RoviPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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