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Submitted photo Paddy Keenan is often regarded as the most accomplished uilleann piper still performing today.

'King of the Pipers'; Irish music legend Paddy Keenan to perform at cultural center

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Enjoy a musical odyssey to Old Ireland with a Paddy Keenan concert on Saturday, Nov. 17 at the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center.

Keenan plays the uilleann pipes, the Irish bellows-blown bagpipes. This is one of the oldest of Irish musical instruments, and is quite different from the well-known Scottish Highland Pipes, which are mouth blown and meant to be played outdoors.

Keenan will be performing with Celtic guitarist Eugene Durkee.

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