The Slovenia Times

The Dubliners


Early September shows in Ljubljana have become a tradition for the Dubliners, who are returning to Kri┼żanke summer theatre after a few-year break in the 48th year of their long career. The Dubliners, active since 1962, are one of the world's longest-running bands. They made a name for themselves in 1967 with the song Seven Drunken Nights and are credited with pioneering and popularizing Irish folk music. With their original style and outstanding live performances they paved the path for later artists of the genre, such as Chieftains, The Pogues, Ossian and the Fureys.


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