We're back with Black 47's Larry Kirwan. Check with IrishCentral every second Sunday as we cover the history of the iconic band album by album. You can find the whole series here.
The "Only Time" and "Orinoco Flow" singer was born as Eithne Pádraigín Ní Bhraonáin in Gweedore, County Donegal, on May 17, 1961.
Sing along to hits like “Caledonia,” “Wagon Wheel,”, “The Rare Auld Times,” and “Jealous of the Angels” at Nathan Carter's Celtic Country Show.
Sisters Patrice and Clodagh, who went viral for their version of 'The Rattlin Bog,' are set to perform in the US this month at the Irish Fest in the Barn in Wisconsin.
Ireland's Got Talent contestant becomes and ambassadress for Irish Travellers and makes a nation reconsider the prejudice against the ancient Irish people and their way of life
The little-known story behind the author of the song, "Lovely Leitrim," one of Ireland's finest ballads, which was a huge international hit when sung by the late great Larry Cunningham.
Happy birthday to Dublin's own Bono, a global charity voice and frontman of Ireland's biggest band.
Andy Cooney's Cruise of Irish Stars cruise will feature big names like Ronan Tynan, The New York Tenors, and Dee Reilly.
Tickets are now on sale for the musical show on the Irish famine, “Fáinne Óir,” which will open on Broadway in 2019.
Enter IrishCentral’s competition and be in with the chance to win a trip for two to Milwaukee Irish Fest this August and experience the world’s largest celebration of Celtic music and culture
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