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Poor Paddy

- US New Oxford, PA Celtic / Irish / Traditional

About

Sounds Like: Kate Rusby, Cara Dillon, Lúnasa, Julie Fowlis

Label: independent

Manager: Dan Diviney

Bio: Poor Paddy plays traditional and contemporary Irish music with a tad of Scottish music thrown in. The band includes champion whistle player Francis Horner, lead vocalist Hillary Horner who also plays bodhran and harmonica, and Dan Diviney who plays whistle, bodhran and dabbles on guitar. The ba... See Full Bio

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Status

Reverbnation hits are skyrocketing. THANKS to everyone who enjoys this short-lived band. Hoping to get back together some day soon.

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“The compliments on your group's music still reverberate, thought the event is over. It was delightful working with you and also enjoying the music.”
—  Jim S., Life Enrichment Committee, Cross Keys Village
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Shows

  • 2011

    Jul 16


    Gettysburg, PA, US | 1:15pm

    Gettysburg, PA, US
    Sat Jul 16, 2011 1:15pm

    Details

    The Stone Jug Band will play the second set of this 4-band concert as a benefit for the Adams County Irish Festival

  • 2011

    Jul 15


    Fairfield, PA, US | 6:00pm

    Fairfield, PA, US
    Fri Jul 15, 2011 6:00pm

    Details

    Enjoy 3 hours of live music by Poor Paddy and fine food and drink at the historic Fairfield Inn. Just 8 miles west of Gettysburg. Reservations recommended (717) 642-5410. Poor Paddy is Irish whistle champion Francis Horner, Hillary Horner and Dan Diviney. This is their only appearance at The Fairfield Inn this year, so come on out and enjoy Hillary's fine soprano vocals, Francis's whistle and Dan's bodhran playing.

  • 2011

    Jul 9


    Carlisle, PA, US | 6:00pm
    Sat Jul 09, 2011 6:00pm

    Details

    Poor Paddy returns to the Carlisle Coffee & Smoothie Company, this time in full force with lead singer Hillary. If you like Kate Rusby, Kathy Jordan, Julie Fowlis, or Cara Dillon, you'll enjoy Hillary's singing without a doubt. We'll play 6-8:30pm or so. Hope to see you there.

  • 2011

    Jun 9


    New Oxford, PA, US | 7:00pm

    New Oxford, PA, US
    Thu Jun 09, 2011 7:00pm

    Details

    My Roots Music. Songs and tunes of Scotland and Ireland from 7-8pm with Dan Diviney. He may have a special guest performer or two.

  • 2011

    Jun 2


    New Oxford, PA, US | 7:00pm

    New Oxford, PA, US
    Thu Jun 02, 2011 7:00pm

    Details

    Dan will be joined by Francis & Hillary, members of Poor Paddy. Enjoy a variety of music from Ireland & Scotland from 7-8:30pm

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  • Justin Boerema (Artist) Justin Boerema
    Aloha,much LOVE and respect from the heart! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Justin-Boerema/239177629506592
  • Wolfgang Leng - Art, Music & More (Artist) Wolfgang Leng - Art,...
    Hello...Thx...I'm here to listening your great Music...I wish you a wonderful Weekend...PEACE & LOVE - Wolfgang
  • Friends of Poncho (Artist) Friends of Poncho
    Awesome Trakzz here.............
  • magic marker (Artist) magic marker
    im back for a long listen to your excellent music :) it seems like the right thing to do :)
  • Kevin McCormack (Artist) Kevin McCormack
    Sounds great folks!! Let me know if your ever playing in NYC, I'd love to come and see you
  • Connemara Stone Company (Artist) Connemara Stone Company
    Thanks for the nice message. As you can imagine I liked your music as well. All the best. Keith - CSC
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  • Song Plays 633 +1

  • Video Plays 92

  • Total Fans 317

  • ReverbNation Fans 249

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