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Frankie Gavin


Frankie Gavin originates from Connemara, among the Irish-speaking regions of Ireland. He’s most widely known as De Dannan’s fiddle participant, but he also has the flute and information solo records.

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Full Name Frankie Gavin
Height 1.77 m
Weight 66 kg
Profession Professional Boxer
Nationality British
Music Groups De Dannan
Music Songs Sweet Forget-Me-Not, The Call and the Answer, My Irish Molly O, Hard Times, The Pride of Petravore, Ramblin' Irishman, Coleraine Jig, Alice's Reel, Paddy's Lamentation, If You Love Me, Diglake Fields, The Broken Pledge / Jenny's Welcome to Charlie, Wild Irishmen, Carolan's Draught, The Banks of Red Roses, Love Will You Marry Me, Maid of Mount Cisco, Mr. O'Connor, The Flowers of Spring, The Cottage in the Grove / Seán Ryan's Reel, Máire Mhór, The Log Cabin / Bean a' Ti Ar Lar, Johnny Leary's Polka, The Jewels of the Ocean, A Jacket of Batteries, Seamaisin, Donegal Reels, Teddy O'Neill, Eleanor Neary's, The Mystery Reel, Barbara Allen, The Rose & The Briar
Albums Fierce Traditional, Frankie Goes to Town, Jigs, Reels & Rock n' Roll, Ómós Do Joe Cooley, Shamrocks & Holly: An Irish Christmas Celebration, Jiggin The Blues, Ireland's Harvest, The Master’s Return: A Tribute to Paddy Killoran, Tunes, Croch Suas E: Up and Away, Hibernian Rhapsody, Ireland’s Harvest: A Tribute to the Golden Years of Music in Irish America

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An Irish Christmas: A Musical Celebration 1988 Video Performer
The Irish R.M. 1983 TV Series Leader of the Band



The Late Late Show 2003-2005 TV Series Himself

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