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SAT, OCT 30, 2004
Dublin balladeer Danny Doyle performs songs written by Kavanagh and other key Irish poets.This performance is part of a two-day centenary conference on the legacy of Patrick Kavanagh, a pivotal and popular figure in modern Irish poetry. A member of the Irish folk revival movement, Doyle began recording music in 1966. Doyle is introduced by Ann Morrison Spinney of Boston College’s music department and Irish studies program.
BIO: Danny Doyle
Danny Doyle has been bringing the ballads, history and stories of Ireland to audiences around the world for nearly four decades.
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