Paddy Moloney, Founder Of The Chieftains And Hero Of Irish Folk Revival, Dead At 83


For nearly 60 years, playing his tin whistle and uilleann pipes, he and his supergroup brought Irish traditional music to the world, making nearly 40 albums, winning six Grammys, and selling many millions of concert tickets and records. – The Washington Post


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