Top 10 Irish Traditional Albums - September 2015

Detailed below are the Top 10 traditional Irish albums for September 2015.  Each month we feature the top 10 albums and write follow up articles and present sounds from all new releases. If you have a new album on release send us a copy to these contact details.

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​1. ​É​amon O’ Riordan &  Tony O’ Connell   -   Rooska Hill   
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​2. ​Bríd Harper   
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​3. ​Eddie Moloney   -   Traditional Irish Music from Ballinakill and East Galway   

​4. ​Mark Donnellan, John Canny and Michael Landers   -   Wednesday Night Live in Peppers  

​5. ​Liam Kelly & Philip Duffy ​ -  Sets in Stone  

​6. ​Bryan O’ Leary and Colm Guilfoyle   -   Where The Bog Is   
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7. ​Antóin MacGabhann with Charlie Lennon   -   Tunesmith   

​8. ​Séamus Begley   -   The Bold Kerryman   

​9. ​Tommy Peoples   -   From Time to Time   

​10. ​Steve Larkin and Mick Kinsella   

Top Ten provided by www.custysmusic.com

 

Don't forget that if you have an album on release check out our Download Centre where we connect artists with over 60 broadcasters across the world on launch day.

Here are our contact details if you wish to send us your music.

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