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Tuesday 16 October, 2012

Column: Irish fans sing because it brings unity, and what else do we have?

The history of public singing in Ireland suggests it emerges as a response to troubled times, writes Denis Buckley.

Saturday 12 May, 2012

Column: When Bob Marley came to Dublin, things changed for me

Bob Marley’s 1980 concert at Dalymount Park shook up a conservative Ireland. Denis Buckley remembers his schoolboy trip to the gig, just months before Marley’s death.

Wednesday 21 September, 2011

From The Daily Edge Column: What is an artist for? Opinion

Column: What is an artist for?

Denis Buckley has been a doorman and a welder but now that he’s a poet, he’s trying to define what exactly that value that holds at this time…