Tag Archives: Mick Moloney

25th Annual Irish Concert With Mick Moloney and Friends

The concert benefited what has been called a “beacon of hope”: St. Malachy’s Mission School in North Philadelphia.

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Another Successful Benefit for St. Malachy’s

Mick Moloney brought his musical friends for the 23rd time to help raise money for this parish school in North Philadelphia that has strong Irish ties.

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Irish Music for a Sacred Cause

Musician and folklorist Mick Moloney brought a group of his friends to St. Malachy Church on Sunday to raise funds for the North Central Philadelphia parish’s school. We have pics and lots of videos.

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Traveling with the Irish Down Tin Pan Alley

Musician and folklorist Mick Moloney appeared at Villanova this week to relate the curious story of how the Irish and the Jews became fellow travelers on the road to making popular music. You may be surprised to learn who really wrote “Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?”

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Christmas Comes Early to the Shanachie

Mick Moloney and friends play to a packed house at the Ambler pub, an early holiday present. Story, pictures, AND video. Almost like being there, but without the Smithwicks on tap.

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Another Year of Joyful Noise

St. Malachy’s School marks more than 20 years of music-making (and fund-raising) by Mick Moloney and friends.

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Musicians Rally for One of Their Own

Before they headed for a benefit in the city, Mick Moloney and his pals performed to raise money for a fallen comrade, balladeer Danny Doyle, at the Shanachie Pub.

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Joyful Noise

Once again, Mick Moloney and friends come to the aid of St. Malachy’s—“Philadelphia’s island of grace.” We have video!

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