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The Johnstons


The Johnstons rose to prominence in Dublin in the past due ’60s. Created by Luci, Adrienne, and Michael Johnston, the group presented harmony performing with acoustic guitar accompaniment. Ultimately, Michael remaining the group and was changed by Mick Moloney (vocals, mandolin, banjo) and Paul Brady (vocals, acoustic guitar). This four-piece music group became popular in Ireland and toured the entire world, starting the professions of both Moloney and Brady. Their albums are similarly divide between innovative remedies of traditional materials and pretty derivative addresses of American folk-pop.

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Music Songs The Lambs on the Green Hills, The Travelling People, The Flower of Northumberland, Ye Jacobites by Name, The Dublin Jack of All Trades, The Fenians From Cahirciveen, The Lark in the Morning, Colours of the Dawn, The Barleycorn, Spanish Lady, The Tunnel Tigers, The Coleraine Regatta, Bitter Green, The Rounding of Cape Horn, The Frog's Wedding, Give a Damn, They'll Never Get Their Man, Fuigfidh Mise 'n Baile Seo, Walking Out On Foggy Mornings, The Kilfenora Jig, Streets Of London, Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore, Continental Trailways Bus, What Put the Blood?, The Whistling Thief, December Windows, The Newry Highwayman, You Keep Going Your Way, The Nine Points Of Roguery / The Humours Of Tulla, Caillerch an Airgid, Funny In a Sad, Sad Way, Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye
Albums The Johnstons + Give A Damn + The Barley Corn, Give a Damn - The Folk-Rock Years, The Johnstons / The Barley Corn
Nominations Brit Award for British Male Solo Artist, GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Music Artist, NME Award for Best Solo Artist

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