Luke Kelly



Luke Kelly

Rating
Active
1960 to 1984
Born
November 17, 1940
Died
January 30, 1984
Location
Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Biography
Luke Kelly, (17 November 1940 - 30 January 1984) was an Irish singer and folk musician from Dublin, Ireland, most famous as a member of the band The Dubliners. Kelly was one of the best-known figures of the Irish folk music movement of the 1960s and 1970s. A Dubliner from the north inner city, he attended O'Connell's Schools before emigrating to Britain in 1958. There he first became involved in the growing international folk music scene in which Ewan MacColl was a central figure, as well as joining the Communist Party of Great Britain.

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The Best of Luke Kelly

The Best of Luke Kelly

Luke Kelly December 2, 2017

31 Tracks

The Performer

The Performer

Luke Kelly November 17, 2017

19 Tracks

Revival

Revival

Luke Kelly July 8, 2016

1 Tracks

World's Novelty Champions: Luke Kelly

World's Novelty Champions: Luke Kelly

Luke Kelly August 6, 2015

8 Tracks

Luke Kelly: You Never Heard Better!

Luke Kelly: You Never Heard Better!

Luke Kelly March 30, 2015

31 Tracks

The Best Of

The Best Of

Luke Kelly September 12, 2014

31 Tracks

The Collection

The Collection

Luke Kelly March 3, 2014

36 Tracks

The Definitive Collection

The Definitive Collection

Luke Kelly November 22, 2010

40 Tracks

Thank You For The Days

Thank You For The Days

Luke Kelly November 19, 2010

1 Tracks

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