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    O’Neill Brothers’ Piano Music Re-enters the Billboard Charts

    Best selling wedding CD makes Billboard chart debut

     

    NEW PRAGUE, MN (June 9, 2008) – After hitting the #1 spot on Amazon’s best selling list of wedding CDs, The O’Neill Brothers, "A Day to Remember vol I" wedding CD hit the Billboard’s New Age Catalog chart. This is the seventh O’Neill Brothers’ CD to hit the charts, sharing space this week with the music of Enya, Celtic Woman and Jim Brickman.


    NEW PRAGUE, MN (May 13, 2005) — For the second time in 2005, The O’Neill Brothers’ 3-CD collection of romantic piano music has hit the charts.

    From the Heart, the O’Neill Brothers’ three-CD collection sold via their popular appearances on QVC, re-entered Billboard’s Pop Album catalog chart on May 14th at #31. (Billboard’s catalog charts measure sales of reissues of albums or CDs first released two years ago or earlier. From the Heart was originally released in 2000.)
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    “We’re thrilled to have made the Billboard charts, ” says Tim O’Neill. “And we’re especially excited that our growing number of fans now includes the thousands of QVC viewers who have recently discovered our music. They’re the ones who helped us reach this really exciting milestone in our career.”

     Previously, The O’Neill Brothers have appeared twice on Billboard’s album charts. “From the Heart” ranked 30th on the February 19, 2005 Pop Catalog Chart, and they debuted on the charts in August 2004 when their Holiday CD collection ranked 95th on the Billboard Comprehensive Album Chart.

      From the Heart features solo piano versions of 49 well-known and original romantic tunes including Music Box Dancer, Candle in the Wind, and My Heart Will Go On from Titanic.

    Tim and Ryan O’Neill have sold more than one million CDs — without being associated with a major record label. Along the way, the brothers have written and performed music for HBO (including music for “Sex and the City”), NBC and ESPN; and performed for President George H.W. Bush.