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Liam Clancy - Biography
... he was in 1935 as one of eleven children of Robert Joseph Clancy and Joanna McGrath ... He received a Christian Brothers education before taking a job as an insurance man in Dublin ... During her 1955 trip to Keady, Clancy encountered Tommy Makem for the first time ...
The Clancy Brothers - History - Clancy Brothers & Eddie Dillon, and Clancy, O'Connell & Clancy
... Paddy and Bobby continued touring as the Clancy Brothers, with Bobby's son Finbarr Clancy becoming an official member of the group ... The quartet was known as the Clancy Brothers and Eddie Dillon ... is the only American ever to perform with the Clancy Brothers ...
Tradition Records
... Its first president and director was Patrick "Paddy" Clancy, who was soon to join his brothers and Tommy Makem, as part of the new Irish folk group, The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem ... exercise, but once popular artists and groups like The Clancy Brothers, Odetta, and Jean Ritchie recorded on the Tradition Label, it began to generate profits ... When The Clancy Brothers signed with Columbia Records in 1961, the label ceased to be viable, and the catalogue was sold to "Everest Records" ...
Bobby Clancy - Solo Discography/Guest Appearances
1962 – So Early in the Morning - Tradition LP/Rykodisc CD 1963 – Peg Bobby Clancy Songs From Ireland - Tradition LP/Collectables CD 1964 - As We ...
Bobby Clancy - Biography
... his future partner as a fellow member of the Clancy Brothers even wrote a song about it, "Bobby's Britches Gone off in the Tide," recorded on O'Connell's 1982 solo album ... Still traveling, he joined his older brothers Paddy Clancy and Tom Clancy where they were actors in New York City ... sing, informally beginning the group later known as The Clancy Brothers ...

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