The canaries have long been a symbol of Irish pride and Irish identity.
But in recent times the song has been used to promote Irish tourism and the tourism industry in Ireland.
The Canaries have always been an important part of Irish culture, and this week will mark the 60th anniversary of their singing of the canaries song, said Anne O’Connor, director of the National Canaries Society.
The song is a symbol for the entire island of Ireland and Ireland’s independence, she said.
The canaries were created by a 16th-century Irish writer named Richard Hickey.
They were not particularly popular and they were often considered a bit of a joke, but it’s important to celebrate the canarian tradition, said O’Brien.
The Irish poet Thomas More said the canars song was “the most beautiful thing on earth”, and the singer was given the title “canary”.