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Album Review

With Ronan Tynan's exposure during the Red Sox/Yankees battle for the American League East 2004 title the Irish Tenors offer a two-minute-and-forty-two-second rendition of "God Bless America" as the bonus track on this 16-song collection entitled Heritage, though a shorter version closed out their 2001 release, Ellis Island. The trio are quite spirited here, taking on Celine Dion's Titanic film theme, "My Heart Will Go On," "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen" and other favorites, and giving their audience exactly what is expected of them. Though six of the titles have appeared on previous recordings, "Danny Boy" on Ellis Island, "Red Is the Rose" on Live in Belfast, just to name a couple, the fifty-five-minutes-plus will satisfy the trio's fans as Anthony Kearns, Finbar Wright and Tynan work their voices into the Arnie Roth conducted the London Symphony Orchestra. Recorded on location at the London Symphony Orchestra St. Luke's Centre in London, the material was taped by Abbey Road Studios Mobile. The "Dublin Medley" has exceptional charm, a combination of "Dublin Can Be Heaven" and "Rocky Road to Dublin" which contains few surprises, but will perpetually delight.


Formed: 1998

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

No mere green-shaded knock-offs of their more famous Mediterranean counterparts, the Irish Tenors comprise three vocalists with individually distinguished careers who came together for a concert at Ireland's giant Royal Dublin Society complex. The concert, accompanied by a sixty-piece orchestra, was well attended and was recorded for television. What cemented the three singers into a group, however, was the broadcast of the concert during the U.S. television PBS network's fundraiser in March of 1999....
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