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Joseph M. Joyce; captured the sound, spirit of Ireland on his accordion

Joseph M. Joyce died Sunday after a lifetime of singing and playing the accordion at impromptu sessions, weddings, and concerts throughout the Boston area.
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / July 27, 2007

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Joe Joyce, whose stories were as lilting as the Irish tunes he played and sang, liked to tell about the time he performed for James Michael Curley and the Boston mayor stiffed him. (Full article: 1155 words)

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