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What Is Your Irish Country Singer Name?

Because you have friends in low places.

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First up, pick a pair of boots to wear to Garth when he finally plays in Ireland...
And now, a novelty tshirt...
And finally... if you had to, choose a country song you'd belt out at karaoke...
Dolly Parton - Jolene
Marty Mone - Hit The Diff

Billy Ray Cyrus - Achy Breaky Heart
Tammy Wynette - Stand By Your Man
Answer all the questions to see your result!
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Larry Kilbane
"Are You Lonesome In Leitrim?" got your career off to a flying start in 1996 - coming in at number 32 in the singles chart. You followed it up with "I'm Not For Turning, But I Will Dance!" in 1997 and returned to the big time in 2005 with the instant classic "You've Come Down With An Awful Dose".
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Josephine Moynagh
You toured the trad scene with your family's band back as a young 'un in Cavan, but struck out on your own in 1994 with your hit single "The Conman of Cootehill". You released a follow up, "The Conman of Cootehill Rides Again" in 2001.
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Hugo McGonagle
Your debut album "Keep On Truckin'" burst onto the country scene in 1997, and it brought you all the way to Memphis. You're best known for your standout single "This Is Our Hayday, Baby" from 1999. You've been US-based since, but you've still got a huge fanbase back in your native Monaghan. Hai.
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Philomena Taggart
You're from a small town in County Tyrone and you've been touring the land for 47 years. You hit the top of the Irish charts in 1991 with your track "I Left That Man In Cookstown" and you haven't looked back since. Other hits include "The Ardstraw That Broke The Camel's Back" and "Let Me Take The Wheel".
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Jackie 'The Jackal' Flanagan
You were born in 1942 in Tullow, Carlow and grew up playing any instrument you could find. In 1984 you released two singles: "Cowboys, Drifters And Shifters" as well as "The Beauty of Ballynunnery". You followed it up with a platinum album titled "The Jackal Rides Again" in 1985. You're retired now but appear at the odd town show in the summer.
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Síle McAloon and the McAloon Family Band
You've led out the McAloon Family Band since 1999, taking them to number four in the singles charts with "Won't You Buy Me A Drink, Good Lookin'?" in 2001. You struck out with a solo album in 2004 titled "It's Happy Hour And The Drinks Are On Me" which was a critical and commercial flop.
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Eileen McBride
Your hit singles include: "A Good Man And Some Good Land", "I Live In Boston But My Heart's In Bearna" and your number 17 smash "The Road To My Heart Has Too Many Potholes".
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Eugene 'The Tractor' Tuohy
"In Tulsa or Togher, You're Still My Girl" established you on the scene in 1982. You followed that up with three massive albums throughout the '80s: "Make Hay When The Sun Shines", "A Kiss One Night In Killybegs" and "You Had Me At Howaya".
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