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Fionn Regan performed on Mountain Stage.
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March 8, 2011 Rock group Bell X1, vocalist Mary Black and singer-songwriter Fionn Regan exhibit the range of contemporary Irish music on West Virginia's most famous stage.
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August 20, 2008 A master of soft, poignant folk songs, the Irish crooner has created a repertoire full of poetic lyrics backed by formidable fingerpicking. He performs at what he calls the "biggest jewelry box in the world" on Mountain Stage.
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October 10, 2007 Fionn Regan's "Put a Penny in the Slot" has to be one of the most shyly nonchalant songs ever written from the perspective of a clinging ex-lover. Along the way, he casually slips in his underlying meaning: "I can't help from crying / I wish you were mine."
August 21, 2007 Citing Bob Dylan and Neil Young as influences, the 26-year-old Irish singer is a master of simple folk songs that focus on his gentle voice and guitar. Regan was raised in a family of musicians, who instilled in him a love of early folk and blues that continues to pervade his music.
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