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Arty McGlynn (7 August 1944 – 18 December 2019) was an Irish guitarist born in Omagh, County Tyrone. In addition to his solo work, he collaborated with different notable groups such as Patrick Street, Planxty, Four Men and a Dog, De Dannan and the Van Morrison Band. He played guitar on the critically acclaimed 1989 Van Morrison album, Avalon Sunset. He also played duo performances and recordings with uilleann piper Liam O'Flynn, and his wife, fiddle player Nollaig Casey.
With Van MorrisonEdit
With Patrick StreetEdit
With Nollaig CaseyEdit
With Liam O'FlynnEdit
With Frankie Gavin & Aidan CoffeyEdit
With Alan KellyEdit
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