Michael Coleman (1891-1945) of Killavil, Sligo state, Ireland, is among the seminal statistics in Irish and Irish-American traditional music. He found america in 1914 and became an effective performer of Irish music in vaudeville and range theaters across America. He resolved in NEW YORK, where Irish music is at great demand with the huge Irish inhabitants. Between 1921 and 1944 he documented many 78 rpm recordings of fiddle music that right now exert an excellent impact on players both in the us and Ireland. Coleman’s documented material is among the explanations why the Sligo fiddle design and tune repertoire predominates in very much Irish and Irish-American fiddling. A lot of Coleman’s traditional recordings have already been re-released on albums.