Top 10 Traditional Albums - September 2019

Detailed below are the Top 10 traditional Irish albums for April 2019.  Each month we feature the top 10 albums, write follow up articles and present sounds from all new releases. 

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TOP 10

1. Dylan Carlos, Cein Sweeney and John Mc Cartin - Irish Traditional Music 
2. John Doyle and Mike McGoldrick 
3. Dermot Byrne, Éamonn Coyne and John Doyle - Liag 
4. Elaine Hogan - In Three Minds 
5. The Shandrum Céilí Band - The Boss Murphy Musical Legacy 
6. Aoibheann and Pamela Queally - Beyond the Bellows and the Bow 
7. Yvonne Casey - Croí 
8. Damien O' Reilly - Dúchas 
9. Leonard Barry, Declan Folan and Shane McGowan - Hurry the Jug 
10.Mossie Martin - Humours of Derrycoosan 


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