(1939 – present)
Tony MacMahon (b. 1939) is an Irish button-accordion player and radio and television broadcaster.
Born in Ennis, County Clare, Ireland, MacMahon's chief early inspiration, accordionist Joe Cooley, was a frequent caller at the family home from 1949 until 1954, when Cooley emigrated to the USA. Other influences from the locality were piper Willie Clancy and fiddler Bobby Casey.
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