The Fureys

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The Fureys, sometimes billed as The Fureys with Davey Arthur, are an Irish folk band who have been singing professionally since 1978. Originally a brother act, the singers teamed up with longtime family friend Davey Arthur and had some of their biggest hits with Arthur singing lead vocals.

The Furey's hit songs

  • The Green Fields of France - (correctly No Man's Land, by Eric Bogle, also called "Willie McBride")
  • When You Were Sweet Sixteen
  • My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose - (from a setting for A Red, Red Rose, poem by Robert Burns
  • Red Rose Cafe