Bringing It All Back Home: The Influence Of Irish Music

There's a saying in the pubs of Dublin that there are only two kinds of musician—the Irish, and those who wish they were. The likes of Emmylou Harris, John Prine, Richard Thompson and the Everly Brothers prove it by lining up alongside some of Ireland's finest in 20 performances designed to showcase the global influence of Celtic music.

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There’s a saying in the pubs of Dublin that there are only two kinds of musician?the Irish, and those who wish they were. The likes of Emmylou Harris, John Prine, Richard Thompson and the Everly Brothers prove it by lining up alongside some of Ireland’s finest in 20 performances designed to showcase the global influence of Celtic music.

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