Irish music stars died at age 73

Here are 28 famous musicians from Republic of Ireland died at 73:

Noel Cantwell

Noel Cantwell (February 28, 1932 Cork-September 8, 2005) was an Irish personality.

He died as a result of cancer.

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Paddy Ambrose

Paddy Ambrose (October 17, 1928 Clontarf, Dublin-February 22, 2002 Clontarf, Dublin) was an Irish personality.

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Tommy Traynor

Tommy Traynor (July 22, 1933 Dundalk-September 20, 2006 Southampton) was an Irish personality.

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Neil Blaney

Neil Blaney (October 1, 1922 Fanad-November 8, 1995 Dublin) was an Irish politician.

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Thomas Carter

Thomas Carter (April 5, 1690 Dublin-September 3, 1763 Trim, County Meath) was an Irish personality.

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Thomas Kelly

Thomas Kelly (September 13, 1868-April 20, 1942) was an Irish personality.

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William Stokes

William Stokes (October 1, 1804 Dublin-January 10, 1878 Dublin) a.k.a. Dr. William Stokes was an Irish physician. His child is called William Stokes.

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Ray Ferris

Ray Ferris (September 22, 1920 Newry-February 1, 1994 Manchester) was an Irish personality.

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Henry Grattan

Henry Grattan (July 3, 1746 Dublin-June 6, 1820 London) was an Irish politician.

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Erwin Schrödinger

Erwin Schrödinger (August 12, 1887 Vienna-January 4, 1961 Vienna) otherwise known as Erwin Schrodinger, Erwin Schrödinger or Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander Schrödinger was an Irish physicist.

He died caused by tuberculosis.

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W. B. Yeats

W. B. Yeats (June 13, 1865 Sandymount-January 28, 1939 Menton) also known as W.B. Yeats, W. B. Yeats, W. B. (William Butler) Yeats, Yeats, William Butler, B. W Yeats or William Butler Yeats was an Irish poet, writer and playwright. He had two children, Anne Yeats and Michael Yeats.

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Charlie Gallogly

Charlie Gallogly (June 16, 1919 County Down-April 5, 1993) was an Irish personality.

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Mike McTigue

Mike McTigue (November 26, 1892 County Clare-August 12, 1966) was an Irish personality.

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Phil Kelly

Phil Kelly (July 10, 1939 Dublin-August 16, 2012 Norwich) was an Irish personality.

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John B. Keane

John B. Keane (July 21, 1928 Listowel-May 30, 2002 Listowel) a.k.a. John Keane was an Irish novelist and playwright.

He died in prostate cancer.

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Denis O'Dea

Denis O'Dea (April 26, 1905 Dublin-November 5, 1978 Dublin) also known as Dennis O'Dea was an Irish actor. His child is called Donnacha O'Dea.

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Gerard Victory

Gerard Victory (December 24, 1921 Dublin-March 14, 1995 Dublin) a.k.a. Gerrard Victory, Gerard Alan Loraine Victory, Thomas Gerard Joseph Victory or Victory, Gerard was an Irish composer and film score composer. He had one child, Fiona Victory.

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Thomas Bodkin

Thomas Bodkin (July 21, 1887 Dublin-April 24, 1961) was an Irish curator and lawyer.

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Ronnie Drew

Ronnie Drew (September 16, 1934 Dún Laoghaire-August 16, 2008 Dublin) also known as Joseph Ronald Drew or The Dubliners was an Irish singer, songwriter, actor and guitarist. His children are Phelim Drew and Cliodhna Drew.

Discography: A Couple More Years, A New World, There's Life in the Old Dog Yet, El Amor de Mi Vida, An Evening with Ronnie Drew, The Humour Is on Me Now, Dirty Rotten Shame, Guaranteed, Ronnie Drew and Pearls. Genres he performed: Folk music of Ireland and Music of Ireland.

He died as a result of throat cancer.

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Leonard Steinberg, Baron Steinberg

Leonard Steinberg, Baron Steinberg (August 1, 1936 Belfast-November 2, 2009 London) also known as Leonard Steinberg or Lord Leonard Steinberg was an Irish businessperson, entrepreneur and politician.

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Charles Henry Hamilton Wright

Charles Henry Hamilton Wright (March 9, 1836 Dublin-March 22, 1909) was an Irish personality.

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Seán Moore

Seán Moore (May 19, 1913 Dublin-October 1, 1986) otherwise known as Sean Moore was an Irish businessperson.

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Donald O'Brien

Donald O'Brien (September 15, 1930 Pau, Pyrénées-Atlantiques-November 29, 2003 Pau, Pyrénées-Atlantiques) also known as Donal O'Brien, Donald O'Brian, Donal O'Brian or Donal "Donald" O'Brien was an Irish actor.

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Jack Fitzgerald

Jack Fitzgerald (April 3, 1930 Waterford-November 23, 2003) was an Irish soccer player.

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Patrick Lyons

Patrick Lyons (May 21, 1875-April 27, 1949) was an Irish priest.

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Elizabeth Bowen

Elizabeth Bowen (June 7, 1899 Dublin-February 22, 1973 London) a.k.a. Elizabeth Dorothea Cole Bowen or Elizabeth Dorothea Cole was an Irish writer and novelist.

She died in cancer.

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George Crothers

George Crothers (January 30, 1909 Belfast-February 5, 1982 Lisburn) was an Irish cricketer.

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Peter Williams

Peter Williams (July 10, 1897 Dublin-April 1, 1971 Auckland) was an Irish athlete and cricketer.

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