On Thursday’s Tipp Today we heard many tributes to the late Micheál Ó Suilleabháin who died on Wednesday evening.
The Clonmel native was 67.
The first tributes came from RTE Lyric broadcaster and Tipp native, Niall Carroll:
Pat Mernane was a student of Micheál’s and spoke to Fran about the legendary composer:
Tipperary TD Seamus Healy was a classmate and childhood friend of Micheál’s and recalled their time together:
Musician Jack Talty spent a lot of time with Micheál as part of his PhD studies at the World Academy of Music & Dance which he founded, and told Fran about his respect for Micheál.
Regular contributor to the show Mick O’Brien was a friend of Micheál’s when he was a child and had some great memories to share with Fran.
Micheál was made a freeman of Clonmel in 2015 and Mayor of the town, Cllr Richie Molloy was the last person to pay tribute to him on Thursday’s show.
Ar dheis de go raibh se.