Glen Hansard, Dermot Kennedy, Lisa Hannigan, Roisin O, Mundy, David Keenan and many more featured on the documentary.

'The Busk - A Decade on Grafton Street' was an RTÉ One special which broadcast on the Irish channel late yesterday evening. The one-off episode paid homage to the decade-long tradition which began with Glen Hansard in 2010.

The message of the documentary was simple - raise money for the Simon Community in order to combat homelessness in Ireland. Featuring special performances from some of the artists, as well as interviews and archive footage over the past decade, 'The Busk' captivated audiences with its wholesome, Christmas vibe. This is what Christmas is about.

Every performance was impressive, from Dermot Kennedy's 'Raglan Road', to Irish Women in Harmony's 'Hallelujah', the episode was also bookended by Dublin spoken word artist Natalya O'Flaherty, reminding us about why the Christmas Eve busk takes place each year.

There was also a special tribute to Phil Lynott with a fresh take on 'Old Town', which is a charity single available to download online right now.

Here's some of the positive reaction the RTÉ One special was receiving on Twitter last night.

If you missed it last night, you can catch 'The Busk - A Decade on Grafton Street' on the RTÉ Player.