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The Cranberries

Merging the melodic jangle of post-Smiths indie guitar pop using the lilting, trance-inducing sonic textures of late-’80s fantasy pop and adding hook Celtic tint, the Cranberries became one of the most successful teams to emerge through the pre-Brit-pop U.K. indie picture of the first ’90s. Led by vocalist Dolores O’Riordan, …

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Aurora

Having worked well together for over a decade, duo Sacha Collinson and Simon Greenaway finally broke to the mainstream making use of their cover of Duran Duran’s “Regular Globe” in 2000. Featuring Irish vocalist Naimee Coleman, the track reached the very best Five within the U.K. and continued to become …

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Jane McDonald

Among the U.K.’s first effective reality TV saving artists, cabaret vocalist Jane McDonald became an overnight feeling after showing up in BBC docu-soap The Luxury cruise. Delivered in Wakefield in 1963, McDonald began her singing profession performing at different workingmen’s clubs over the North of Britain, employing her dad as …

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G4

A vocal quartet that took its name from the actual fact that four members attended the Guildhall School of Music and Crisis, G4 produced a national name for themselves within the U.K. by earning the runner-up i’m all over this the ITV tv reality talent display The X Element in …

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The Ploughman’s Lunch

Celtic folk-rock music group the Ploughman’s Lunch shaped from your ashes from the Pittsburgh punk music group Carsickness, assembling frontman Karl Mullen, bassist Michael Michalski, saxophonist Don Roehlich, and drummer Dennis Childers. The group debuted in 1993 using the cassette Whiskey From your Field, adopted a year afterwards by Sodom …

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Órla Fallon

Harpist/vocalist Órla Fallon (aka Órla) was created in the community of Knockananna, in State Wicklow, Ireland on August 24, 1974. Fallon released her debut record, WATER Can be Wide, in 2000, accompanied by multiple tasks with various people of Clannad, like the Duggans and Moya Brennan. In 2005, she became …

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Sarah Masen

From Royal Oak, MI, Sarah Masen takes on Celtic-inspired acoustic folk-pop, both on her behalf album The Holding and with the Artwork Institute, which released Visions of Grey.

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El Sueño de Morfeo

The initial incarnation of El Sueño de Morfeo was Xemá, a Spanish rock and roll group that formed in 2000 and included both singer Raquel Rosario and guitarist David Feito (Feito, actually, was the first choice). After launching an record with Xemá, in 2003 Feito and Rosario made a decision …

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Ewan MacColl

Ewan MacColl may have been probably the most influential person within the Uk folk track revival. From his early manhood until his loss of life in 1989, he continued to be passionately focused on folk, though not really specifically; he was also a poet, playwright, organizer, activist, songwriter, spouse, and …

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Bernard Fanning

Most widely known for his stint fronting the chart-topping Australian rockers Powderfinger, Bernard Fanning in addition has hit number 1 like a single artist. Fanning was created August 15, 1969, in Brisbane. He became a member of Powderfinger in the behest of St. Joseph’s University economics classmate Ian Haug, who …

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