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ATL | 17:42 UK time, Thursday, 15 March 2012



As reported on ATL earlier, the BBC is asking YOU to help choose the soundtrack to the Great Northern Songbook concert on May 22nd as part of the Ulster Hall's 150th anniversary celebrations.


Here is the complete list that will hosted on the BBC Radio Ulster homepage from noon on March 16th for your vote. The top ten will be performed by the Ulster Orchestra and ten acts from NI including General Fiasco, The Answer, Brian Kennedy, Cara Dillon and Katharine Philippa. The remaining acts will be revealed next week and then the FREE tickets will be available through the BBC ticket unit. Choose wisely!

Rudi - ‘Big Time’/ The Undertones - ‘Teenage Kicks’/ Ash - ‘Shining Light’/ Brian Kennedy - ‘Captured’/ Stiff Little Fingers - ‘Alternative Ulster’/ Them - ‘Gloria’/ The Undertones - ‘My Perfect Cousin’/ Van Morrison - ‘Madame George’/ Two Door Cinema Club - ‘Something Good Can Work’/ Snow Patrol - ‘Run’/ Divine Comedy - ‘Tonight We Fly’/ Paul Brady - ‘The Island’/ Phil Coulter - ‘The Town I Loved So Well’/ Duke Special - ‘Freewheel’/ The Divine Comedy - ‘Songs Of Love’/ The Four Of Us - ‘Mary’/ The McPeakes - ‘Will You Go Lassie Go’/ David McWilliams – ‘Days Of Pearly Spencer’/ Bap Kennedy – ‘Moonlight Kiss’/ Jimmy Kennedy - ‘South of the Border’/ Van Morrison – ‘Moondance’/ Van Morrison – ‘Brown Eyed Girl’/ Henry McCullough – ‘Belfast to Boston’/ Clannad – ‘Theme from Harry’s Game’/ Jimmy Kennedy – ‘Red Sails In The Sunset’/ Snow Patrol – ‘Chasing Cars’/ Cara Dillon – ‘Hill of Thieves’/ Tommy Sands – ‘The County Down’/ Kieran Goss – ‘Brand New Star’/ Phil Coulter – ‘Scorn Not His Simplicity’/ Phil Coulter – ‘Congratulations’/ Jimmy Kennedy - ‘Harbor Lights’.


The Great Northern Songbook will be live on BBC Radio Ulster on May 22nd from 8pm hosted by Lynette Fay and Ralph McLean. You can apply for tickets from the BBC ticket unit once voting finishes.


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