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The Indulgers

The Indulgers first appeared in 1999 when their debut album (In Like Flynn) premiered in 1999. Crafting Celtic rock and roll with a tiny dreamier part, the band started touring nationally and documented 2001’s Tan & Dark immediately after. Their third disk, Celtic Tiger, arrived in 2002 and included their …

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Colin Buchanan

b. 1964, Dublin, Eire. Buchanan’s family members emigrated to Australia in 1970 and resolved in Peakhurst, a southern suburb of Sydney. In the middle-80s Buchanan worked well within an outback Christian community and undertook rural labouring careers. He was found out by the Soaring Emus and authorized to ABC Nation, …

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Michael McGlynn

Irish composer Michael McGlynn has written both vocal and instrumental music and may be the founder of the favorite Irish choral ensemble Anúna. It might be difficult to split up McGlynn’s compositional profession from his actions along with his choral group: Anúna’s repertory is mainly comprised of McGlynn’s primary compositions …

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