Traditional Irish Music
In tribute to Pecker Dunne who passed away this week aged 80. He was a banjo player, folk singer and storyteller. A member of the Traveller community he was born in Mayo in 1932. Probably best known for O' Sullivans John which was also recorded by the Dubliners and others.
Dunne became well known from his regular busking at GAA sporting fixtures, particularly in Munster. He performed alongside Richard Harris and Stephen Rea in the 1996 feature film Trojan Eddie. The attached documentary profiles his life and music
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