Donna Taggart

Donna Taggart

Donna Taggart

Singer-Songwriter

Donna Taggart is a singer-songwriter from Omagh, County Tyrone, in Northern Ireland. She is known for her beautiful and emotional renditions of Celtic, folk, and country songs. She has a distinctive voice that has been compared to Eva Cassidy, Alison Krauss, and Sinead O'Connor. Donna started singing at a young age and was influenced by her musical family. She released her debut album Celtic Lady Vol. 1 in 2011, which was praised by BBC Radio Ulster presenter Gerry Anderson. She followed it with Celtic Lady Vol. 2 in 2013, which featured her breakthrough hit Jealous of the Angels, a song written by Jenn Bostic about losing a loved one. The song went viral on social media in 2016, reaching over 150 million views and topping the charts in several countries. Donna has toured extensively across the UK and Ireland, performing to sold-out audiences and receiving rave reviews. She has also collaborated with other artists, such as Omagh Community Youth Choir on Guiding Light, a song dedicated to the victims of the Omagh bombing. Donna is currently working on new songs and projects for 2020. Donna is married to Colm McCaughey and they have four children: Grace, Micheal, Matthew, and James. Donna balances her music career with her family life and her previous work as a social worker and a therapist. Donna is passionate about helping others and using her music as a source of healing and inspiration. Donna Taggart is one of the most talented and popular singers in the Celtic and country genres
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