IRISH TENOR Ronan Tynan was at George HW Bush's side during the final few hours of the former US President's life. The New York Times reports that Tynan sang poignant renditions of Silent Night and a Gaelic song for the 41st president of the United States at his home in Houston.
The Irish Tenors. Image caption Ronan Tynan is a classical singer from County Kilkenny in the Republic of Ireland. The Irishman who will sing at George HW Bush's funeral also visited him on his deathbed and sang to the former US president just hours before he died.
Before his robust performance at George H.W. Bush's funeral, Irish tenor Ronan Tynan performed for the president in his final hours. Before funeral performance, Ronan Tynan sang to George HW Bush in his final hours [Video]
Irish Ambassador to the United States, Dan Mulhall, was in attendance at today's service in the National Cathedral and Irish tenor Ronan Tynan was among those who sang in tribute. "I am honored, as Ambassador of Ireland to the USA, to attend the state funeral of former President George H.W. Bush to offer my sympathies on behalf of Ireland ...
Before his robust performance at George H.W. Bush's funeral, Irish tenor Ronan Tynan performed for the president in his final hours. The 41st president once shook hand of department store mannequin, asking for votes, according to presidential historian Jon Meacham.
Kilkenny tenor Ronan Tynan sang today at the funeral service for former US president, George HW Bush in Washington. The trained medical doctor from outside the village of Johnstown performed The Lord's Prayer and Last Full Measure of Devotion to spontaneous applause.
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Irish tenor Ronan Tynan sang to the former US President George HW Bush during his final hours. The tenor sang Silent Night and a Gaelic song, according to The New York Times. Mr. Bush, the 41st president of the United States died at his home in Houston on Friday night, aged 94.
In Bush's final hours, acclaimed Irish tenor Ronan Tynan also stopped by the Houston house, where he sang "Silent Night." As he sang "Silent Night," Mr. Baker said, "Believe it or not, the president was mouthing the words."
Ronan Tynan (born 14 May 1960) is an Irish tenor singer. ... Tynan has performed in several events President George W. Bush has attended. Some of them include: ... In 2004 he sang "New York City" at the Belmont Stakes where Smarty Jones failed in his attempt to win the Triple Crown.