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This is Carmel Quinn's personal chronicle, told by her in the same appealing way she presents those fanciful and lovely stories and songs in her appearances all over the United States that have won her the hearts of millions. She is joined by celebrity author Richard Grudens. This is the charming story of her entry into American radio and television via the legendary Arthur Godfrey, who created the catalyst for her lifetime career that included twenty-five consecutive sold-out appearances at New York's premier venue, Carnegie Hall, where she performed refreshing, original songs of her native Ireland and told magical stories of her childhood in Dublin city. Sit back and enjoy this pleasant story of this wonderful girl who came to America from Ireland and, in little time, won its lasting affection. She hass appeared in The Boy Friend, Finian's Rainbow, & The Sound of Music, and won an Emmy nomination for her CD Patrick Muldoon and His Magic Balloon.
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Ms. Quinn was born and grew up in Dublin, Ireland. She toured with the Ambrose Band and other musical organizations. Shortly after her entrance into the U.S. in the early 1950s she joined the Arthur Godfrey family of entertainers on both radio and television. She is married to with four children and resides in Leonia, New Jersey.
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