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The Dublin Legends have over 60 years of performing withThe Dubliners between them and will continue to play all the classics such as Whiskey in The Jar, Dirty Old Town, The Wild Rover, The Irish Rover, Black Velvet Band and many more.
President Michael D Higgins led tributes yesterday, saying: "It is with great sadness that I have learned of the death of Eamonn Campbell, much-loved musician and member of the The Dubliners.
It was agreed that The Dubliners, as a touring band, would come to an end.
Drew founded the then-Ronnie Drew Group in 1962 which later came to be known as The Dubliners. The group included fellow Irish music legends Luke Kelly, Ciaran Bourke and Barney McKenna.
The Dubliners played a key role in the revival of interest in Irish music and many still hold a strong bond of affection for their strong vocals and instrumental work.
Dubliners seems a most apt choice for a text against which to read ideas of sympathy.
Murphy rather sensibly restricts herself to the period 1904-1914, from Joyce's first sighting of the lovely Nora, through the ups and downs of their intensely passionate affair, and his agonising eight-year battle to see Dubliners published, aided by his brother, Stanislaus.
After the dinner and an auction - at which a portrait of Istabraq fetched pounds 3,500 and a Manchester United shirt once worn by Eric Cantona pounds 2,500 - The Dubliners took centre stage to send the evening into top gear.
Joyce used three stories published under the pseudonym Stephen Dedalus as the basis for Dubliners.
Several of the characters introduced in Dubliners reappear in Ulysses.
THORNABY Dubliners made it 13 goals in two matches with a thumping 8-1 win at bottom club Nunthorpe Athletic in the North Riding Football League premier division.