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Danny Quinn

Danny Quinn

    Musician

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CD Baby

YouTube

 Contribution to the Show

Danny, now sadly passed from us, graciously allowed us to play his wonderful rendition of Danny Boy on our Christmas 2008 Music Special, SP07. You can hear more of Danny's powerful vocals in The Minstrel Boy in our New Year Music Special, SP08.

 Biography

Danny Quinn passed away on October 30th after experiencing a sudden medical challenge. Danny was born in Suffern, NY on January 23, 1959, son of the late Mary Ellen (Earnshaw) and Richard Quinn. He spent his childhood living in the Eagle Valley area of Tuxedo, NY, and graduated from George F. Baker High School in Tuxedo.

Danny's life was always focused on music, both as a performer and as an avid listener of many diverse musical talents. As a youth, he was involved in numerous school productions, and performed with his first band, "Cellar" in high school. Danny was a performer of Irish & American folk music for over three decades, perfroming with his brother Tim as "The Mighty Quinn," in the bands "Stoutheart," "The Danny Quinn Band," and "The Uncle Brothersd," and touring nationally with legendary musician Tommy Makem. Danny was best known for his work as a solo musician and songwriter, gaining a wide fan base for both his original music and his renditions of traditional Irish and American folk classics.

[source] www.dannyquinn.com

 Albums

Danny has 7 albums available.

You Are Not Forgotten

You Are Not Forgotten

Tribute Album

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A Danny Quinn Christmas

A Danny Quinn Christmas

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Tis a Fine Soft Day

Tis a Fine Soft Day

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Danny Quinn Live In Concert

Danny Quinn Live In Concert

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For Family and Friends

For Family and Friends

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Overnight Success

Overnight Success

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Time For Change

Time For Change

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