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Celtic Concert with Cherish the Ladies.

Siobhan Egan and Eileen Ivers, fiddle players who perform with "Cherish the Ladies," a touring ensemble of top Irish musicians. Both are American-born, and both emigrated to Ireland to pursue their musical education. Ivers earned All-Ireland fiddle champion honors for seven years in a row. They will perform a reel and a jig, accompanied on guitar by Mick Moloney.

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Other segments from the episode on November 13, 1987

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, November 13, 1987: Interview with Terry Jones; Interview with Siobhan Egan, Eileen Ivers, and Mick Moloney; Interview with August Darnell; Review of the television show …

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