Known for such 1960s and 1970s albums as Bridie Gallagher Sings Irish Requests and In THE GUTS of Donegal, this internationally-popular Irish singer was nicknamed “THE LADY from Donegal.” Her most well-known singles consist of “A Mother’s Love’s a Blessing” and “The Children From State Armagh.” A indigenous of Creeslough, State Donegal, Ireland, she afterwards resolved in Belfast, North Ireland, where she agreed upon using the Decca Information label. She kept an market attendance record for the concert at London, England’s Royal Albert Hall, where almost eight thousand people collected to listen to her sing. Her relationship to Bob Livingstone led to two sons: Peter and Jim. Unfortunately, Peter died within a visitors incident in his early twenties. She as well as the American crooner Bing Crosby both performed music with the Irish songwriter Dick Farrelly.