Declan Sinnott is an Irish musician and producer. Originally from Wexford, where his family ran a record shop in John Street, he came to Dublin in the late sixties. Around 1970 he was a member of the poetry-and-music group Tara Telephone, in which he composed, sang, and played guitar. He and poet/percussionist Eamon Carr left Tara Telephone to form the Celtic Rock band Horslips, which Declan left after two years. In the eighties he was a member of Moving Hearts. He then devoted himself to production work with both Mary Black and her sister Frances Black. His most recent work has been as lead guitarist for Christy Moore on tour in support of the 2006 release "Live at the Point". It is not uncommon for Sinnott to be asked to sing a song during a Christy Moore concert. At recent concerts Sinnott has performed "Corrina, Corrina" as well as "St. Louis Blues" and "Lord Franklin".