A selection of old and new images. Click images to enlarge.
Berlin Late 70′s
George & Davey tuning up 1979
Our bass player and great friend Derek McCormack who died in January 2004
On stage with the Eurythmics Dave Stewart at his wedding in Paris to Siobhan Fahey from Bananarama 1987
Eddie & Paul
George in the late 70′s
Paul Furey who died in June 2002
In studio early 80′s with Phil Coulter & Terry Bradford
In Australia 1999, Joe, Eddie, then Prime Minister John Howard, George, ambassador to Australa John O’Brien and Paul
Taken in O’Donoghues pub with owner Oliver Barden,
Eddie in front 2nd left with among other Billy Connolly (back left) and Gerry Rafferty (back 3rd left). From Ian McCalmans website
Eddie, George, Joe & Detser with Sir Alex
Goerge & Eddie with Lenie & Luit, our agents in Holland
A nice photo taken by Tara Nelson of George, Eddie & Davey
Eddie with Ireland footballers Andy Reid and Robbie Keane after a concert.
Photo taken with President of Ireland Michael D Higgins after a concert in the National Concert Hall, Dublin October 2012.
George & Eddie with Tony and Jill, our long time friends from Yorkshire.
Sue & Josh Moran, Phil Coulter, Eddie, Geraldine Coulter and George. Phil wrote ‘The Old Man’ for us when our Dad died. He has written many worldwide hits including Congratulations, Puppet on a string, My Boy (Elvis) and most of the Bay City Roller hits among others.
After appearing on the Late Late TV Show with Mundy, Declan O’Rourke, Paddy Casey and Damien Dempsey.
Photo of George, Davey & Eddie from 1978.
George & Detser with Luit, our agent in Holland in traditional dress.
Our mother Nora who was a great accordion player and with our Dad taught us music from an early age.
Our father Ted with another great family band the internationally famous Clannad.
A hairy looking Eddie on stage with Paul.
Eddie with Maureen O’Hara
Paul (left), Eddie (right) and our father Ted who was a great fiddle player in the centre.
Eddie pictured recently with long time friends Billy Connolly & Ralph McTell
Paul, George & Detser looking dangerous
Taken in the early 70′s, a hairy looking George on stage with his father Ted – one of Ireland’s finest fiddle players of his generation.