Top 10 Traditional Albums - June 2017

Detailed below are the Top 10 traditional Irish albums for June 2017.  Each month we feature the top 10 albums, write follow up articles and present sounds from all new releases. 

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1. Liam O' Brien - The Lane

2. The Shandrum Ceilí Band - The Dawn


3. Liam O' Connor - The Loom  


4. Cormac Begley - Self-Titled

5. Andrew Mac Namara & Karen Ryan with Pete Quinn - From Camden To Tulla

6. Fergus McGorman - Sweeping The Cobwebs Out Of The Sky  

7. Bernadette Nic Gabhann - Here To Play  

8. Dan Brouder & Angelina Carberry - A Waltz For Joy  

9. Nathan Gourley & Joey Abarta - Copley Street

10. Mary MacNamara & Sorcha Costello - The Lady's Cup Of Tea  



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