Robert Tincher plays a nice version of this well known emigration song. Filmed on Sept. 27,2009 at the Lousville Irish Fest at Bellarmine University.
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There are a few more songs on which he plays the bouzouki.
This is what is written about him on his Profile:
Robert Tincher has been singing the ballads of Scotland and Northern Ireland since 1973 and has played with several well-known Celtic music groups in Kentucky and southern Ohio. The first, Mad Catherine and the Moondog Pirates, gave many fans their first taste of the music back in the early 1980's.
More recently, Robert was part of Pale, Stout and Amber, who Lexington Herald-Leader music writer Walter Tunis once called "the top local pick for Irish and Celtic music." Although they never widely toured, their 2004 Pale, Stout & Amber CD received international radio airplay and favorable reviews in Ireland and the United Kingdom.
In June, 2007, Atlanta's Southern Arts Federation selected Pale, Stout and Amber as one of two Spotlight Artists of the Month from a registry of 752 performers, writers, and visual and media artists from the southeastern United States who have been recognized for the outstanding quality of their work.
When Pale, Stout and Amber dissolved in September, 2008, Robert relaunched himself as a solo performer. In July, 2009, he was selected for artistic excellence to participate in the Peforming Arts Directory, a program of the Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, which is supported by state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.