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25 songs in 25 days #21

One song per day along with an explanation of why you picked it. Day 21 – your favourite song

Gosh! That’s a tricky one – there are so many.

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60 SECOND MUSIC INTERVIEW WITH IRISH SINGER RORY GALLAGHER

Donegal singer songwriter Rory Gallagher is a familiar face in Irish music.  Prior to becoming a solo artist, he was the lead singer of one of Ireland hottest young Indie bands – The Revs. 506 more words

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Becoming a better teacher by listening to your students

I came across this interesting little article by Dorset language teacher Rory Gallagher entitled “Learning from learners: student feedback boosted my teaching skills” posted to the Guardian Teacher Blog by Rebecca Ratcliffe today (29/6/14) 1,006 more words

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Artful albums #7: Bill Dare - Rory Gallagher's "The Story so far"

I’ve not been able to find out anything about the illustrator for the cover of Rory Gallagher’s first compilation album from 1974. Suffice to say that his name was/is  23 more words

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Sunday Morning Blues Recap: Father's Day Edition

For Sunday Morning Blues show #754, we paid tribute to Rory Gallagher, as June 14th was the 19th anniversary of his death. The Irish blues guitar player was a natural, easily as good as Eric Clapton, but never able to achieve the same level of success. 299 more words

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Rory Gallagher R.I.P. at Today in Irish History

June 14: TODAY in Irish History:

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Snippets of Irish History by Conor Cunneen IrishmanSpeaks 

Conor is a Chicago based Motivational Humorous Business Speaker, Author and History buff. 531 more words

June 14

On this day in 1994, composer Henry Mancini died at age 70

Today in 1995, guitarist Rory Gallagher died after a chest infection set in following a liver transplant. 31 more words

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