The By-Road to Glenroe was released as a single in Ireland in 1990.
One of Ireland's best known actors, Mick Lally, has died at the age of 64.
He passed away peacefully this morning after a short stay in hospital.
Born in Tourmakeady, Co Mayo, Lally began his career as a teacher and secured a part in the premiere of Brian Friel's play Translations in 1980 while a member of the Field Day Theatre Company.
Along with Gary Hynes and Marie Mullen, Lally was a founder member of the Druid Theatre Company, which worked closely with many Irish playwrights.
His work on television in the RTÉ series Bracken and later his role as Miley in Glenroe made him a household name.
He also starred in the BBC television series, Ballykissangel, and in the award-winning Ballroom of Romance.
Lally's versatility as an actor extended to the cinema where he appeared in Irish language films. He was a fluent Irish speaker and an advocate of the language.
Lally also starred in Hollywood-funded films including Alexander, directed by Oliver Stone, and provided the voice in the animated film The Secret of Kells.