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Lunasa on Natalie Merchant album

The Irish trad band Lunasa feature on Natalie Merchant’s new album Leave Your Sleep

The Hot Press Newsdesk, 04 May 2010

The band are also due to release their own album La Nua which they will officially unveil at The Button Factory on May 27 as part of an extensive Irish and UK tour.

La Nua is Lunasa’s seventh album is their first studio album in four years and follows the releases of Se in 2006.


9 May 2010

Baltimore Fiddle Fair, West Cork

13 May 2010

Athlone Folk Club, The Palace Loft

14 May 2010

Last Inn, Oswestry, England

15 May 2010

Trades Club, Hebden Bridge, England

16 May 2010

Waterside Arts Centre, Sale, England

18 May 2010

Turner Sims Concert Hall, Southampton, England

19 May 2010

The Electric Theatre, Guildford, England

20 May 2010

Tyneside Irish Centre, Newcastle, England

21 May 2010

The Kirkgate Centre, Cockermouth, England

22 May 2010

Irish Cultural Centre, London

23 May 2010

Town Hall Theatre, Galway

26 May 2010

The Dock, Carrick on Shannon, Leitrim

27 May 2010

The Button Factory, Dublin

28 May 2010

Glór, Ennis, Clare

29 May 2010

Knockengorroch Festival, Knockengorragh, Scotland

4 Sep 2010

Gig n the Bann festival, Portglenone

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