On Good Friday nine years ago, Protestant and Catholic factions in Northern Ireland reached a deal to end three decades of sectarian violence known as the troubles. But the plan was never fully implemented. Then, two weeks ago, hardline Protestant leader Ian Paisley met with Gerry Adams, the leader of the Irish republican army’s political wing, for the first time. They agreed to a power sharing arrangement between the Protestant majority and Catholic minority. WFCR’s Av Harris reports on one Irish folk trio that has been chronicling the troubles in music for decades.