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Moya Brennan
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Moya Brennan

Máire Ní Bhraonáin, better known as Máire Brennan (born August 4, 1952), is a Celtic folk singer, best known for her work with the band Clannad.

Brennan released her first solo album in 1992, Maire, on Atlantic Records. Misty Eyed Adventures on BGM followed three years later.

In 1998, Brennan signed with Word Records and released Perfect Time. Whisper to the Wild Water followed a year later. The album was nominated in the 2001 Grammy Awards for Best New Age Album.

In 2000, she wrote an autobiography called The Other Side of The Raimbow, which was translated in German.

Today she is known as Moya Brennan (a spelling more closely resembling the phonetic pronunciation of her name for those not familiar with Irish), and released an album called "Two Horizons" in 2003 under her new label, Universal.

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