1997 to 2002
Irish girl group
B*Witched are a girl group from Dublin, Ireland who were wildly popular in Europe in the late 1990s and enjoyed mild success in the United States. They were unique for their ability to mix Irish folk music with mainstream pop. After more than a ten year hiatus B*Witched reformed in 2013. Their members were twin sisters Edele and Keavy Lynch (younger sisters of Boyzone's Shane Lynch), Sinéad O'Carroll, and Lindsay Armaou (now in band Clayton) Shane Lynch, Edele and Keavy's brother and a member of Boyzone, helped in finding them a manager who got them signed to Glowworm Records, a subsidiary of Epic Records.