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Dónal Lunny (IE)

Dónal Lunny (born 10 March 1947 in Tullamore, County Offaly) is an accomplished Irish traditional musician. For more than thirty-five years Lunny has been at the cutting edge of the evolution of Irish music and is generally regarded as having been central to the renaissance of traditional Irish music in that time period. He was a co-founder not only of the legendary Planxty, but also of The Bothy Band and Moving Hearts.

Born in Tullamore, then moved to Newbridge, County Kildare, as a teenager Lunny joined a band called Rakes of Kildare, with Christy Moore. Lunny’s Emmet Folk Group and Michael and Brian Byrne’s Spiceland Folk Group joined forces to form The Emmet Spiceland. Their debut album ‘The First’ was released in 1968. Th...

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Paddy Glackin (IE)

Paddy Glackin (b 1954) is an Irish fiddler from Dublin. His father Tom Glackin was from Donegal and Paddy's fiddle style reflects his family's Donegal roots. Glackin is considered one of the leading Irish fiddlers in the late 20th/early 21st centuries. He became fiddle champion at the All-Ireland Fleadh Cheoil in 1973. Glackin's primary influence came from Donegal fiddlers, most prominently John Doherty the legendary travelling fiddler whom Glackin always sites as his main influence. His influences are not limited to Donegal however, he also cites fiddlers such as John Kelly, Tommy Potts and Padraig O'Keeffe as important in shaping his overall approach.

Paddy was an original member of the legendary The Bothy Band when they wer...

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