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This British band is regarded as one of the most important and influential of the UK folk revival outfits, and have been cited by numerous artists, such as Anne Briggs, as being responsible for the development of unaccompanied harmony singing. They were originally called the Mariners, then the Folksons, before using their family name. The essential group, with occasional later
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This mid-60s Irish close harmony group enjoyed immense success in their homeland. The original line-up, which used to play in the family pub in Slane, consisted of Adrienne Johnston (vocals), her sister Luci (vocals), and brother Michael (guitar). Their debut single, a cover version of Ewan MacColls The Travelling People, reached number 1 in the Irish charts.
1927, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. An accomplished tenor, McKellar first achieved fame as an interpreter of Scottish songs, notably those by poet Robert Burns. Although later work encompassed light opera, sacred songs and popular material, he remained associated with the heritage of his homeland and was an endemic part of the countrys entertainment industry. Despit