Let’s start with a bit of background. What musical path got you started and brought you to where you are today?

Ronan: I grew up in a house heavily drenched in music – everyone had their own musical tastes. On road trips, my dad would have Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson tapes on the tape player. At home, my mother would play records on the record player – Abba and Lynn Anderson’s “I Beg Your Pardon (I Never Promised You A Rose Garden).” My father and mother were both part-time guitar players – more in a hobbyist way than ever getting very serious – as well as playing other instruments: mandolin, for example, for my father, and tin whistle for my mother…

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