(1948 – 2018)
Tommy Peoples (20 September 1948 - 4 August 2018) was an Irish fiddler who played in the Donegal fiddle tradition.
Tommy Peoples born near St. Johnston, County Donegal, in Ireland was a member of well-known traditional Irish music groups, including Sixteen ninety-one aka 1691 and The Bothy Band, as well as performing solo since the late 1960s. He played in the unique fiddle style of East Donegal.
After moving to Dublin in the 1960s, where he was employed as a policeman… read more
|1||The Oak Tree, The Pinch Of Snuff||
|2||The Jug of the Punch, John Stewart||
|4||Jigs: The Frieze Breeches / The Lark in the Morning||
|5||Sunny Brogan's Favorite; Drunken Landlady||
|7||Reels: The Colliers / Bob McQuillen's / The Spike Island Lassies||
|8||Tom Billy's; Out On The Ocean||
|9||Jigs: John Blessing's Delight /Australian Waters / Kit O'Mahony's||
|10||The Kid On The Mountain, O'Farrell's Welcome To Limerick||
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