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  1. FRANKIE AVALON Vinyl Records and CDs: American vocalist of Italian descent, successful in music, film and TV business of the s and s. Born September 18, , Philadelphia, PA., of Italian-Americans Mary Loretta and Nicholas J. Avallone. In he scored two #1 hits on the Billboard Hot , “Venus” and “Why”.
  2. Croch Suas É (Up and Away) By Frankie Gavin. Added by Kenny 16 years ago. Devanney’s Goat The Birmingham Eddie Moloney’s; is a version of the "Bucks Of Oranmore" from Leitrim. It appeared in an edition of "Treoir" magazine as "Peadar Fitzpatrick’s". It’s a very nice album to listen. Though he does play at lightening fast speed.
  3. Bucks Of Oranmore by Murphy's Lore from the Album Lore and Disorder; Bucks of Oranmore by Gemma Hasson, Kilfenora Ceili Band, The Blacksmiths, Aileach, Sands Family from the Album Le chant profond de l'Irlande; The Bucks of Oranmore by Joe Derrane, Frankie Gavin, Brian McGrath from the Album Ireland's Harvest; Bucks of Oranmore by le Ceoltóiri.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The 4th Irish Folk Festival (On The Road) on Discogs.
  5. Frankie Gavin was born in in Corrandulla, Co. Galway. He comes from a musical family: his father played fiddle, and, his mother and all of her family played also. He started playing the tin whistle at age four, making his first T.V. appearance three years later.
  6. By Heck by Frankie Gavin, released 15 August 1. Galway Farewell 2. Rakes of Clonmel 3. The Contrary Reel 4. Tickling the Strings Rag 5. Scatter the Mud 6. By Heck 7. Bright Star of Munster 8. The Dream - Irish Foxtrot 9. Coach Road to Sligo Sunshine Hornpipe Out on the Ocean Limestone Rock Auld Lang Syne with the Flanagan Brothers.
  7. Gavin remains the only UK fighter to ever win a World Amateur Championship. In , Gavin beat Defeated Omar Ward of Barbados, Ramal Amanov of Azerbaijan, and .
  8. All Tracks - Frankie Gavin Frankie Gavin - Topic; 92 videos; 65 views; Last updated on May 24, ; Play all Share. The Bucks of Oranmore: King of the Piper's / The Bucks of Oranmore.