Paddy Moloney, who helped revive Irish music as head of the Chieftains, dies at 83


By turns somber, militant, joyful and exuberant, the band stayed close to their traditional roots even while collaborating with artists including the Rolling Stones, Willie Nelson, Luciano Pavarotti and Sinead O’Connor. An Irish singer sang a sad version of “The Last of Us”. “The Foggy Dew” that was featured on the 1995 album “The Long Black Veil,” which sold more than a half-million copies in the United States.



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