Henry McCullough on the BP Fallon Orchestra

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20 years after they performed together in Sweeney’s Men, Johnny Moynihan (vocals, bouzouki, fiddle, tin whistle) , Terry Woods (vocals, banjo, guitar) and Henry McCullough (guitar) reconvened in the RTE Studios for a very special edition of the BP Fallon Orchestra. Henry McCullough started out as a member of The People and Eire Apparent before joining Sweeney’s Men. He later joined Joe Cocker & The Grease Band and Wings with Paul & Linda McCartney followed by a long list of appearances. Henry suffered a serious heart attack in 2012 from which he never fully recovered. There will be a benefit gig in The Half Moon in Putney, London on St Patrick’s Day to raise funds for Henry’s care.

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Sweeney’s Men on the BPFO (198?)

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One Response to “Henry McCullough on the BP Fallon Orchestra”

  1. John Dundon Says:

    hear it’s already a sell out which is proper order for the hero that is Henry

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