As seen on The Late Late Show features more than 40 Irish and International acts and has the most amazing one-off live tracks taken directly from RTÉ's archives from the last ten years. Is anyone else mentally adding this to their Christmas shopping list?

The first CD is an Irish affair with acts such as Walking on Cars and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, Christy Moore, Damien Rice with the Dublin Gospel Choir, Gavin James, Daniel O'Donnell, Nathan Carter, The Three Amigos, Imelda May and many other popular Irish musicians who have come together to support St. Vincent de Paul.

The second disk has some of the biggest international acts that have graced The Late Late Show's stage. Included in the line-up are Michael Bublé, Robbie Williams, Ellie Goulding, Josh Groban, Ed Sheeran and of course Irish acts like U2, One Direction and The Script!

If CDs aren't your thang you can download the album and be treated to bonus tracks from Finbar Furey, RTÉ Cor na nÓg and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra's sublime Christmas cover of Little Drummer Boy. Don't worry though, if you have to have that song on in the car, you can buy it as a charity single in December!

We attended the event to watch Tubs get giddy around stars like Mary Black, Finbar Furey, Danny from The Coronas and many more musical stars. 

We asked Ryan why St. Vincent de Paul was the charity of choice for the As Seen on The Late Late Show album. Ryan says that the charity has been on his radar since he was a schoolboy and that they were an obvious choice for a Christmas charity to give to.

"They bring hope and light into dark corners, homes that are empty, and to people who are feeling left out, forgotten and unheard. If we can sell enough copies of this album, all the profits go to St. Vincent de Paul, and hopefully that will help them make a difference to families, particularly at Christmas, but they are an organisation that are extraordinary."

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