The leader of the R&B/soul cover band, Granny’s Intention in the past due ’60s, Johnny Duhan turned his focus to songwriting within the ’70s and ’80s, penning tunes included in Christy Moore, Mary Dark, Dolores Keane, the Dubliners as well as the Irish Tenors. His tune, “The Voyage,” has turned into a classic of modern Irish music, frequently heard at wedding ceremonies and anniversary festivities. Duhan’s self-titled single debut record, released in 1982, was accompanied by the similarly impressive tune collections, YET ANOTHER City, Don Quixote, Fire, and Tree. His autobiography, There’s a Period, was released by Brandon Books, while Walton Posting released The Voyage — A Johnny Duhan Songbook. Delivered and elevated in Limerick, Ireland, Duhan may be the son of the sailor who journeyed between your docks of Limerick as well as the slots of Britain and European countries. He presently resides in Galway. His genealogy continues to supply inspiration for most of his music.