Richie Kavanagh

”IRMA award winning Singer Songwriter”

I am an Irish entertainer who writes and performs my own songs.
 Best known for the hit songs……. Aon Focal Eile,,  The Mobile Phone,,  Mickeys Buckin Ass,,  Stay Wut Her Johnny,,  Chicken Talk,,

I’m always delighted to hear from you, so feel free to visit my online Shop where you can buy my CDs or DVDs or you can download some songs’ look up the Latest News, browse through my photos or visit my up-coming events page and see where you can catch me in the coming months for a night of‘’Craic, Humour and Song’’.

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New Album Release  September 2014

Richie Kavanagh ”The Greatest Hits Album”
Featuring the New single ‘The Water Meter Song’
Available on ITunes NOW……..
It also features his latest Hit Song
‘The Ballad Of Lidl And Aldi’
”The Greatest Hits” Album NOW ON SALE .
VISIT MY ONLINE SHOP.

”THE RICHIE KAVANAGH SHOW”

‘’Craic, Humour and Song’’.
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Richie Kavanagh New DVD Out Now

‘14 Best Farming Songs’

Extra Bonus track ‘The Ballad Of Lidl and Aldi

Here’s a great collection of farming songs from IRMA award winning entertainer Singer, Songwriter Richie Kavanagh. Its a DVD that parents and grandparents will be happy for youngsters to watch again and again, keeping all the family entertained for hours.

The DVD has 14 original farming songs depicting all kinds of work on a farm from ploughing, cutting silage, baling hay, trashing, sowing beet, milking cows, shoeing horses to making a scarecrow.
Some of the songs are true story’s from Richie’s own memories of life in the Irish countryside. ‘The Lanz Bulldog Tractor’ for example is a true story of a neighbour of Richie’s who bought a new Lanz Bulldog Tractor in March 1953. There was a seat fitted on the mudguard of the Lanz tractor which Richie spent many happy days sitting there, as he depicts in his song.
‘A Lovely great big field of beet’ is a song showing how farmers used to grow the beet for the Sugar factory. ‘A Little Ferguson Tractor’, ‘Making a Scarecrow’ and ‘How To Milk A Cow’ all depict the way things used to be in the Irish countryside.
‘When it comes to songwriters there is none better then
Richie Kavanagh.
I think he is fantastic.
Daniel O’Donnell’ Sunday World.

”Belting out the hits and keeping the fans happy”

The Irish Star.

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