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  2. The Doran brothers were brought up in Rathnew, Co Wicklow and were direct descendants of the great 19th century travelling Wexford piper John…

  3. Willie Clancy (1918-1973) was an Irish uilleann piper.

    Clancy was born into a musical family on 24th December 1918 in Miltown Malbay, County Clare. His…

  4. Renowned for their potent a cappella vocals and intricate close harmonies, Swan Arcade was a leading light of the British folk revival, drawing upon…

  5. Meredydd Evans (9 December 1919 – 21 February 2015) known colloquially as Merêd, was a collector, editor, historian and notable performer of folk…

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  7. A born musician, singer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, Jim Fidler lives on the north atlantic island of Newfoundland. In his childhood he studied…

  8. Folk group Plethyn were formed during the 70s and comprised Linda Healy (b. 11 May 1958, Welshpool, Powys, Wales), Roy Griffiths (b. 15 December…

  9. The meeting of Ceri Rhys Matthews and Julie Murphy at Art College in Maidstone was the starting point for Fernhill. Julie went back to Wales with…

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