The Donegal born singer, who has sold over 70 million records worldwide, revealed that she is in discussion over performing a number of one-off shows.
"I know it's been 20 years,” Enya told a packed press conference yesterday, “but we're always talking about how exciting it would be to do a live performance of this music. But it has to be the right moment."
Enya's longstanding producer Nicky Ryan confirmed that a live show is in the pipeline – though it is by no means certain that it will go ahead.
"There are serious talks going on at the moment," he told Hot Press. "I think it would be a good idea. At this stage we either do it or we don't. We were talking to America on Wednesday about the possibility of doing a performance. Our preference would be to do it in Europe. It wouldn't be a tour, just a performance, and we would film it."
And Winter Came was originally destined to be a Christmas album, but now features 10 original tracks from Enya and two traditional hymns.
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