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Just a leave a quick "here". Wondering how many folks are stopping by.

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Hello, hello, is anybody out there?

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A tune said to come from the Little People -- The Gold Ring..

Fri Oct 22, 2010 11:28 am by fiddle4u

Me Playing a Jig,, mixed with Fairy Stories, I think it was Séamus Ennis, who said he got it from one of the '' Little People '' if he gave over his Gold Ring -- '' And he did , and here's the tune '' -- lol....
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Aoife Clancy & Robbie O'Connell - February 25, 2011

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Aoife Clancy & Robbie O'Connell - February 25, 2011

Post by Brian on Wed Aug 18, 2010 4:14 pm

Me & Thee Coffee House
28 Mugford Street
Marblehead, MA 01945-3449
(781) 631-8987
Directions

Aoife Clancy and Robbie O’Connell
February 25, 2010
$18 in advance/$20 at the door
Pre-purchased tickets held at door



Aoife Clancy ranges from traditional Irish songs to ballads to the best work of contemporary songwriters.

Born in the small town of Carrick-On-Suir in CO Tiperary, it is no mystery as to why her musical career started at an early age. Her father, Bobby Clancy, of the renowned Clancy Brothers, put a guitar in her hands at the age of ten and by fourteen she was out playing and singing with him in nearby pubs. She has performed at festivals and concerts, sharing the stage with some of Ireland’s greatest performers, such as Christy Moore, the Furey Brothers,the Clancy Brothers, and Paddy Noonan.

Aoife has also been the vocalist for the highly acclaimed group Cherish the Ladies which is one of the most sought after Irish American groups in history. She has been a featured soloist with orchestras such as the Boston Pops and the Cincinnati Pops. While performing as the vocalist with Cherish the Ladies she collaborated with the Boston Pops on their Grammy nominated Celtic Album.



Robbie O'Connell was born in Waterford, Ireland and grew up in Carrick-on-Suir, County Tipperary, where his parents had a small hotel. He began to play guitar and sing at age thirteen and soon became a regular performer at the hotel’s weekly folk concerts. He spent a year touring the folk clubs in England before enrolling at University College Dublin where he studied Literature and Philosophy. During school vacations Robbie worked as an Irish entertainer in the U.S.A. In 1977, he joined the Clancy Brothers with whom he has recorded 3 albums, and two years later he moved to Franklin, Massachusetts.

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