Irish Songstress, TV And Concert Star Was 95 – Deadline

Quinn was famous for her songs and tales of the auld sod, with a snappy patter of anecdotes about her relatives and life. Quinn became a Carnegie Hall regular beginning in 1955. She gave sold-out benefit performances each St. Patrick’s Day for more than two decades, later joined by such genre staples as the Clancy Brothers and the Chieftains.

In addition to television and concerts, she starred in several musicals on the road and in summer stock, including The Sound of Music, Finian’s Rainbow and The Boy Friend. She also presented revues of her own work at the Irish Repertory Theater in Manhattan.

Quinn is survived by daughters Jane and Terry Fuller, and a son, Sean Fuller; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Another son, Michael, died of a heart problem in 1988.

Source: Deadline

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