Irish music stars died at age 80

Here are 21 famous musicians from Republic of Ireland died at 80:

Ruairí Ó Brádaigh

Ruairí Ó Brádaigh (October 2, 1932 Longford-June 5, 2013 Roscommon) also known as Ruairi O Bradaigh was an Irish personality.

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Tom Aherne

Tom Aherne (January 26, 1919 Limerick-December 30, 1999 Luton) was an Irish personality.

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Billy Behan

Billy Behan (August 8, 1911 Dublin-November 11, 1991) was an Irish personality.

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Jack Kirwan

Jack Kirwan (February 9, 1878 Dunlavin-January 9, 1959 London) was an Irish personality.

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Patrick McGoohan

Patrick McGoohan (March 19, 1928 Astoria-January 13, 2009 Santa Monica) also known as Patrick Joseph McGoohan, Paddy Fitz or Joseph Serf was an Irish actor, television director, television producer and screenwriter. He had three children, Catherine McGoohan, Frances McGoohan and Anne McGoohan.

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Francis Browne

Francis Browne (January 3, 1880 Cork-July 7, 1960 Dublin) also known as Francis Patrick Mary Browne or Frank Browne was an Irish photographer and priest.

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Robert Kane

Robert Kane (September 24, 1809 Dublin-February 16, 1890 Dublin) was an Irish chemist. He had one child, Henry Coey Kane.

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Dick Rowley

Dick Rowley (January 13, 1904 Enniskillen-April 18, 1984 Southampton) was an Irish personality.

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Frank Stockwell

Frank Stockwell (December 7, 1928 Tuam-March 9, 2009) was an Irish personality.

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David Lyner

David Lyner (January 9, 1893 Belfast-December 5, 1973 Belfast) was an Irish personality.

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Joe Kelly

Joe Kelly (March 13, 1913 Dublin-November 28, 1993) was an Irish race car driver.

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Columba McDyer

Columba McDyer (January 13, 1921 County Donegal-September 18, 2001) was an Irish personality.

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George Moore

George Moore (February 24, 1852 County Mayo-January 21, 1933 Pimlico) was an Irish writer, novelist, playwright, author and art critic.

He died caused by uremia.

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George Brent

George Brent (March 15, 1899 Roscommon-May 26, 1979 Solana Beach) also known as George Brendan Nolan or George Nolan was an Irish actor. He had two children, Barry Brent and Suzanne Brent.

He died in emphysema.

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Kevin McClory

Kevin McClory (June 8, 1926 Dublin-November 20, 2006 Dublin) also known as Kevin O'Donovan McClory was an Irish screenwriter, film producer and film director.

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Goddard Henry Orpen

Goddard Henry Orpen (May 8, 1852-May 15, 1932 Enniscorthy) was an Irish historian.

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Valentine Browne, 5th Earl of Kenmare

Valentine Browne, 5th Earl of Kenmare (December 1, 1860-November 14, 1941) was an Irish personality. He had one child, Valentine Browne, 6th Earl of Kenmare.

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Emmet Dalton

Emmet Dalton (March 4, 1898 United States of America-March 4, 1978 Dublin) also known as James Emmet Dalton was an Irish film producer and soldier. He had one child, Audrey Dalton.

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Thomas Grace

Thomas Grace (August 2, 1841 Wexford-December 27, 1921) was an Irish priest.

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Bernard Smith

Bernard Smith (September 12, 1812 County Cavan-December 11, 1892 Rome) was an Irish abbot.

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Henry Hugh Peter Deasy

Henry Hugh Peter Deasy (April 5, 1866 Dublin-February 1, 1947) was an Irish personality.

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