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Ronnie Drew: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Drew died in St. Vincent's Hospital, Dublin on 16 August 2008, following his long illness and was buried three days later in Redford Cemetery in ________.
EnniskerryKilcooleGreystonesBray

Question 2: She died just a day before Ronnie was due to return to performing after his battle with cancer, at the Legends of Irish Folk concert with Johnny McEvoy, ________ and Finbar Furey.
DonovanEnglandUnited KingdomRalph McTell

Question 3: The Tossers, a ________ based celtic punk band, dedicated their album On a Fine Spring Evening to his memory.
Blue Island, IllinoisChicagoBurr Ridge, IllinoisElmhurst, Illinois

Question 4: When he returned to ________, he performed in the Gate Theatre with John Molloy and soon after, went into the music business full-time.
Northern IrelandWalesIrelandIrish people

Question 5: These shows consisted of stories about people such as ________, Patrick Kavanagh and Seán O'Casey, as well as Ronnie singing their songs.
Dominic BehanIrelandBrian O'NolanBrendan Behan

Question 6: Despite his ailing health, Drew featured on an album entitled Pearls produced by Niall Austin with work Drew did with ________.
Bill LaswellPublic Image Ltd.Jah WobbleJohn Lydon

Question 7: Ronnie appeared on Ireland's The Late Late Show on the 15 December 2006 along with ________, where he discussed his recent health scares.
You're a StarLinda MartinPhil CoulterYou're a Star (series 5)

Question 8: Interviewed in September Song are his son Phelim, daughter Cliodhna, and friends and fans such as Bono, ________ and Damien Dempsey.
Billy ConnollyBilly Connolly Bites Yer Bum!Transatlantic YearsThe Secret Policeman's Balls

Question 9: He recorded with many artists, including ________, The Pogues, Antonio Breschi, Dropkick Murphys, Eleanor Shanley and others.
PlanxtyChristy MooreDónal LunnyAndy Irvine (musician)

Question 10: He also narrated the stories of Oscar Wilde in his distinctive voice in a series released on CD by the ________ newspaper.
The TimesThe Sun (newspaper)News of the WorldThe Sunday Times
















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