There are at least three artists with this name: 1) Named for the final resting place of warriors, thinkers and great statesmen in Greek Mythology, the Sacramento, CA based Elysia create epic battle hymns for the Deathcore set. Excessively brutal but socially conscious, vocalist Zak Vargas espouses on society’s ills from a youthful viewpoint.
Enaid is a Celtic new age quartet formed by David Arkenstone (keyboards, guitar, mandolin, percussion), Diane Arkenstone (vocals, keyboards), Don Markese (flute, pennywhistle) and Joel Derouin (violin).
Davy Spillane is a player of the uilleann (Irish) pipes and the low whistle. Born in 1959, he began his musical career at the age of 16, but didn't begin releasing studio albums until 1988 with his debut album Atlantic Bridge.
An Irish duo comprising songwriter/producer Reg Keating and programmer/producer Phillip O'Reilly. They began working together at Owl studio in Dublin, Ireland during 1997 and quickly established a good musical partnership. Phillip plays keyboard and guitar while Reg plays keyboards and a selection of Irish flutes and whistles.
Hayley Dee Westenra (born 10 April 1987 in Christchurch, New Zealand) is a New Zealand soprano of Irish heritage. Her first internationally released album, Pure, reached #1 on the UK classical charts in 2003 and has sold more than two million copies worldwide. Westenra has received awards for her contribution to music, both in New Zealand and elsewhere.
Alan Stivell (born Alan Cochevelou January 6, 1944) is a world-renowned Breton musician, singer, recording artist and master of the Celtic harp. From the early 1970s Stivell revived global interest in the Celtic (specifically Breton) harp and Celtic music as part of world music.