Tara Dougherty

Tara Dougherty
Tara Dougherty

Tara joined the Irish America team as an editorial assistant in 2008 and has been the advertising and events coordinator since January 2011. A writer and musician, Tara is also the Music Editor at Irish America and has interviewed such music legends as Paddy Moloney (The Chieftains) and Martin Hayes, as well as newcomers Julie Feeney and James Vincent McMorrow. A graduate of New York University with degrees in history and creative writing, Tara is a native New Yorker with roots in Roscommon. To hear Tara’s music click here.

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