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Year: 2016

Runtime: 01:05:48

Heritage sees Celtic Thunder return to their distinct Irish roots with this inspired collection of songs, which includes the toe-tapping ensemble "A Place In The Choir" and Keith Harkin’s version of the romantic ballad "The Dutchman."

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