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Irish Tenor Michael Daly: All Through the Night

Raised by Irish immigrant parents, the culture of Ireland always held sentimental value to Irish Tenor Michael Daly. As he was raised with a love of music, it was no surprise that tunes from the British isles made their way into Michael’s albums years later. On his album, Irish Tenor Michael Daly Sings Baby Lullaby…
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The Song Stylings of Michael Daly: Blue Heaven

Irish Tenor Michael Daly has a love for the classics. Michael has been performing since he was a child to two Irish Immigrants. This culture and history has shown through in his albums, starting with Ireland from Glen to Glen. In his album, Irish Tenor Michael Daly Sings Baby Lullaby Songs, he lends his beautiful…
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The Old Lamplighter Sung by Irish Tenor Michael Daly

“The Old Lamplighter” is a tune from 1946, with lyrics by Nat Simon, and lyrics by Charles Tobias. The song as performed by Sammy Kaye was popular in the 1940’s. The beautiful lyrics tell the soulful tale of a lamplighter going about his business: “He made the night a little brighter wherever he would go.…
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“Somewhere Over the Rainbow”, Performed by Michael Daly

“Somewhere Over the Rainbow” is nearly universally known. It has remained a staple in the ballad genre since The Wizard of Oz first premiered in 1939. Harold Arlen wrote the music and Yip Harburg wrote the lyrics. Both have received accolades for their contribution to the American canon. Judy Garland’s voice in the original was…
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