Tommy Fleming in concert.

New album from one of the west's best performers makes a splash

West of Ireland-based singer-songwriter Tommy Fleming is celebrating a number three position in the Irish charts with his newest album, All These Years.

The album is a mixture of old and new music from Sligo native Tommy, who is currently on a tour that will continue until April 2022.

All These Years is Tommy’s seventh studio album and marks his 30th year on stage as he celebrates three decades performing professionally.

Speaking about the success of the new album, Tommy said: “The success of All These Years is like an early Christmas present for me! I am beyond thrilled that it is being received so well.

“I recorded the album in lockdown last summer, collaborating with some big names like Elaine Paige, Mirusia Louwerse and Diarmuid McGee. The feedback has been unbelievable – people seem to love the mix of classics and new songs. I hope to be able to meet many of my fantastic fans at my concerts over the next few months.”

This compilation mixes nostalgia, passion, hope, history, love, friendship and respect channelled through a variety of tracks, which include popular favourites like ‘Isle of Innisfree’, ‘Come What May’, 'I Dreamed a Dream’, ‘Raglan Road’, ‘Sweet 16’, ‘Old Clothes’ and ‘Scorn Not His Simplicity.’ Here is a man who has never forgotten his roots.

Tommy will take to the stage in several venues around Ireland over the next few months, including Claremorris Town Hall Theatre on February 18 and Sligo's Radisson Hotel on February 19, performing live with an orchestra with his own unique style.

All These Years is available on, as are tickets to all concerts on Tommy's 30th anniversary tour.