Ronnie Drew

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Ronnie Drew

Joseph Ronald "Ronnie" Drew (16 September 193416 August 2008) was an Irish singer, songwriter, and guitarist who achieved international fame during a fifty year career recording with The Dubliners

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Ronnie (2008, posthumous)[edit]

Ronnie Drew. Ronnie. Penguin UK, 3 sep. 2009

  • A song is communicating with people. Entertainment is a different area.
    • p. 72
  • I've always considered myself a failure: I feel I've never done anything wholly right. [...] Everybody will tell you, "Oh no, how can you say that, because ten thousand people clap you on a night?" But part of that is reflex action and part of it is because you're reasonably good. But if you're great, that's a different thing.
    • p. 88
  • I wouldn't call myself an actor or a singer for that matter, just a journeyman. [...] I feel I must have a talent somewhere for doing something but I'm still not terribly sure what it is. I suppose it's a talent for being myself.
    • p. 196; Quoting from Sunday Times, June 2000

Quotes about Ronnie Drew[edit]

  • Ronnie is like the King of Ireland, and we are his subjects.
    • Bono, Irish Independent (January 18, 2008)

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