An intermittent Celtic folk group, shaped within the 80s, the line-up comprised Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill (vocals/keyboards), Micheál Ó Domhnaill (b. 7 Oct 1952, Dublin, Eire, d. 8 July 2006, Dublin, Eire; vocals/acoustic guitar), Phil Cunningham (b. 27 January 1960, Edinburgh, Scotland; accordion) and Johnny Cunningham (b. 27 August 1957, Portobello, Edinburgh, Scotland, d. 15 Dec 2003, NY, USA; fiddle). The users from the quartet each experienced flourishing solo professions, but cross-fertilised their Irish Scots history with absorbing outcomes. A top collection draw in the united states, where three of these lived, their English debut was a coup for the tiny salt-town of Northwich, Cheshire, who offered them in a loaded marquee in the neighborhood recreation area. Their music designed a lively Celtic push with some elegant rock touches.