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The Dubliners were the folk group in Ireland who helped put Irish ballads at the heart of the Sixties folk revival. They were founded in 1962 by vocalists Luke Kelly and Ronnie Drew, Barney McKenna (banjo, mandolin and melodeon) and Aaran Bourke (guitar, tin whistle). There have been many changes to the lineup - the most lasting the addition of John Sheehan (fiddle). Their most famous song Seven Drunken Nights combining humor and great music epitomizes the bands unique contribution to Irish culture. A mark of their lasting impact was their collaboration with the Irish punk legends The Pogues on the song The Irish Rover.
The Dubliners titles on CD and DVD:
Related Irish music artists: Luke Kelly
LUKE KELLY with THE DUBLINERS
Luke Kelly - The Collection
New remastered collection of 36 Luke Kelly classic recordings, many of theThe Dubliners' best.
CHC 1041 Double-CD $20