A singer in the classical Irish style, Ronan Tynan is a modern "Renaissance Man." He has sung at many auspicious occasions, including George H.W. Bush's birthday, the Belmont Stakes, and dozens of Yankee Stadium events. Born with a lower limb disability, both legs were amputated below the knee at age 20, yet he went on to win 18 Gold Medals and set 14 World Records in the Paralympics. Then he became a full-fledged medical doctor. He started voice lessons at age 33 and within a year won three major voice competitions. Introduced to the world as one of the Irish Tenors, his 2004 solo album debuted at #2 on the charts. His new PBS special is More Than Magic, and his latest CD, All Kinds of Everything, includes riveting performances of "Amazing Grace," "Isle of Hope, Isle of Tears," "Ave Maria," and other classics.