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Ronan Tynan wiki: Ronan Tynan born 14 May 1960 is an Irish tenor singer. He is most notable as a member of The Irish Tenors re-joining in 2011 while continuing to pursue his solo career since May 2004. In the United States, audiences have come to know and appreciate him for his involvement with that vocal group and for his renditions of “God Bless America.” Ronan Tynan is also known for participating in the 1984 and 1988 Summer Paralympics.

Ronan Tynan Life and career

Ronan Tynan was born in Dublin, Ireland. His family home is in Johnstown, County Kilkenny, Ireland. Ronan Tynan was born with phocomelia, causing both of his lower legs to be underdeveloped; his legs were unusually short (Ronan Tynan is now 6-foot 4), his feet were splayed outward, and Ronan Tynan  had three toes on each foot. Ronan Tynan was one of a set of twins, but his twin brother Edmond died at 11 months old. At age 20, he had his legs amputated below the knee, after a back injury from a car accident; the injury to his back made it impossible for him to continue using prosthetic legs without the amputation. Within weeks of the accident, Ronan Tynan was climbing stairs at his college dormitory on artificial legs. Within a year, Tynan was winning in the international competitions in track and field athletics. He represented Ireland in the 1984 and 1988 Summer Paralympics, winning a total of four golds, two silvers, and one bronze medal. Between 1981 and 1984, Ronan Tynan won 18 gold medals from various competitions and set 14 world records.

In the following years, Tynan became the first person with a disability to be admitted to the National College of Physical Education, in Limerick. Ronan Tynan worked for about two years in the prosthetics industry, then went on to Trinity College, became a physician specializing in Orthopedic Sports Injuries, and graduated in 1993.

Encouraged to also study voice by his father Edmund, Tynan won a series of voice competition awards and joined the Irish Tenors.

A devout Roman Catholic, Tynan has appeared on Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN). At the invitation of New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan, Ronan Tynan sang at the Archbishop’s installation Mass in St. Patrick’s Cathedral on 15 April 2009.

Tynan has often sung “God Bless America” at various sporting event venues, such as Yankee Stadium (during New York Yankees home Major League Baseball games, including Opening Day, nationally televised games, the last game at the old Yankee Stadium, and playoff games) and on several occasions prior to games involving the National Hockey League’s Buffalo Sabres including a performance before 71,217 fans at the AMP Energy NHL Winter Classic along with Sabres anthem singer Doug Allen, who performed the Canadian national anthem, on 1 January 2008, when the Sabres played the Pittsburgh Penguins. Although Tynan has not performed for the Sabres since Terrence Pegula purchased the team in 2011, his renditions have always been well received and appreciated by those in attendance. Most recently, he sang Eagles Wings at the 2017 Memorial Day Concert.

Ronan Tynan Other Great Performances

In 2004 Ronan Tynan sang Theme from New York, New York at the Belmont Stakes where Smarty Jones failed in his attempt to win the Triple Crown. and less than a week later Ronan Tynan was at the Washington National Cathedral for former United States President Ronald Reagan’s state funeral, where he sang “Amazing Grace” and Franz Schubert’s “Ave Maria”.

Tynan sang for George H. W. Bush at Bush’s Houston home on the day of the president’s death on November 30, 2018. The first song was Silent Night, while the second was a Gaelic song. Bush’s friend and former aide James Baker said that while Tynan was singing Silent Night, “believe it or not, the president was mouthing the words.”

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