Substitute folk-rock musician Flynn was raised answering towards the name Martin Crotty in the tiny city of Greystones in Ireland’s Region Wicklow. However the youthful guitarist determined in the past due ’80s that emigrating to america was the ultimate way to make a name for himself in the rock and roll music market. Flynn setup store in Boston’s teeming music picture, joining vocalist Eric Sean Murphy, drummer Lex Lianos, and bassman Ira Nulton to discovered the Cliffs of Dooneen in 1991. The music group distributed its name having a Celtic folk track, but their alternate pop/rock and roll sound revealed hardly any Irish impact. Their first solitary, “Via an Open up Window,” strike the MTV airwaves and Billboard’s Contemporary Rock TOP and the music group became a significant presence within their hometown, garnering many Boston Music Honours. However the group’s two albums (YOUR DOG Went East & God Went Western and Undertow) didn’t produce some other main strikes before a life-threatening incident pressured Flynn to give up his music profession in 1999. A 35-feet fall from a ladder at his Boston house almost paralyzed the designer, and it required ten hours of medical procedures and two grueling many years of treatment before he could go back to music. Flynn finished his comeback using the launch of his 1st solo effort, ON THE WAY, in 2001. That recording gained him another Boston Music Honor for Exceptional Debut on an unbiased Label.