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Who was Barry Mohan?Irish folk musician

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Who was Barry Mohan?

He was a young musician from Aughnacloy in the Tyrone County.

He was only 28 years old at the time of his death.

Mohan was  a proud member of the “All Folk’d Up” band.

He was a guitarist with the popular country music band.

Mohan has been described as  someone with  “professionalism on and off stage, his love for music, and his drive and determination”.

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The All Folkd Up are a country music band who had an up-coming event in England, which has since been cancelled.

The band is reported to have residencies in Mandalay Bay Casino Resort in Las Vegas.

The famous band to which he was a member also had a “Cheltenham Festival under their belts”.

Mohan died when the Audi A3, the guitarist was driving in collided with a lorry on the Monaghan Road.

The accident happened near Middletown, County Armagh on Monday.

The unfortunate accident occurred shortly before 06:00 BST.

Tributes pour in for Barry Mohan

The band’s representatives Rising PR said: “We are deeply saddened and shocked to learn of the death this morning of Barry Mohan, guitarist and talented musician with All Folk’d Up, in a road traffic collision last night.

“Barry was an integral part of the band’s success and brother of lead singer Pauric.

“His energy and enthusiasm was always evident on stage and will be sadly missed on the local music scene.”

“We have worked with Barry over the last number of years, and it was apparent that his talent, his professionalism on and off stage, his love for music, and his drive and determination for the band was always there with a smile on his face.

“Barry was due to tour England this weekend with All Folk’d Up, but these four shows will now be cancelled.

“We extend our deepest sympathy to Pauric, his mother Marina, his daughter Céala Rose and fellow band members Ryan, Paddy and Szymon and his entire family circle.”

John Garrity, popular Belfast busker said: “Today I learned of the sad passing of a great friend, fellow musician and a true character. I was blessed to be able to call Barry a good friend, and he was always there to support any way he could. Jonathan and I were lucky enough to have him join us at gigs a few times on the banjo.

“I am in shock and totally devastated and all my prayers and thoughts are with his family and his daughter. I pray to god that Barry is in heaven after this tragic accident.”

By Robert

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