b. Downpatrick, Co. Down, North Ireland. Breen 1st became a member of a pop music group at college and was leading Ann And THE UNITED STATES Band when just 16 years of age. She performed the cabaret circuit but held her full-time time work for seven years. A revival of ‘Pal Of My Cradle Times’ was an enormous achievement in Ireland and a turntable strike in the united kingdom, making the low reaches from the graph. Breen recorded other ‘mom’ music including ‘What A PAL WE’VE In Mom’, ‘Medals For Mom’ and ‘A Mom’s Love Is certainly A Blessing’. By method of range, she also documented a tune for fathers, ‘In Your Center’. Breen’s albums combine Irish music, American country music, old-time music and middle-of-the-road strikes. An effort at different things – the disco one ‘Domino’ – was ill-advised. Breen’s gentle Irish brogue and likeable character make her a favorite concert appeal. Of her music, she’s stated, ‘Many of the music that I’ve recorded aren’t the true, sloppy wet music but are sentimental music which have been around for a long time and you will be around for most even more.’ In the mid-00s Breen made a decision to retire from touring to focus on saving.