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  1. Bralkis Reply

    The Irish Rovers were one of the more popular folk-based singing groups to come out of Ireland in the mid-'60s, although they had to do it by way of Canada. As teenagers, founders George Millar (guitar, vocals, banjo) and Jimmy Ferguson (vocals) were former residents of Northern Ireland, living in Toronto, when they started singing together in , originally for cigarette and beer money.

  2. Dailmaran Reply

    The Irish Rovers in Australia is a album by the Irish-Canadian music group The Irish Rovers. Track listing. Side 1; South Australia; Orange And Green; Waltzing Matilda; The Unicorn; Come By The Hills; 10, Miles Away; Click Go the Shears; Queensland Drovers; Whiskey on a Sunday; The Overlanders; Side 2; A Pub with No Beer; Black Velvet.

  3. Morg Reply

    IRISH ROVERS Vinyl Records and CDs Canadian band comprised of Irish ex-pats formed in Toronto by George Millar and Jimmy Ferguson soon after emigrating to Canada with George's cousin Joe Millar. After a couple years they went out to Calgary to join with George's brother Will and officially launched as a full band there.

  4. Gardazuru Reply

    50 of The Rovers Greatest Hits! This box set was issued by Reader's Digest/Potato Records in in Canada only. 1st LP: Their Greatest Hits. 2nd LP: Salute to Australia/Here's to Ireland. 3rd LP: Showtime at the Pub. 4th LP: Tall Ships and High Seas/Pretty Ladies. 5th LP: Sing Along/Live in Concert. All the records look unplayed.

  5. Akigal Reply

    The Irish Rovers. George Millar; Jimmy Ferguson; Joe Millar; Will Millar; Wicil McDowell; Notes: The title suggests (to me) that this is a live album recorded in Australia. That's not the case; it is a studio album containing many Australian songs.

  6. Zulunris Reply

    The Irish Rovers. 26K likes. The Official Band Page for. THE IRISH ROVERS ldinsisinymemnamarmesuvastlerbman.coinfo

  7. Meztidal Reply

    The Irish Rovers is a group of Irish musicians which originated in Toronto, Canada. Formed in and named after the traditional song "The Irish Rover" they are best known for their international television series, contributing to the popularisation of Irish Music in North America, and for the songs "The Unicorn", "Drunken Sailor", "Wasn't That a Party", "The Orange and the Green", "Whiskey on a .

  8. Zuran Reply

    THE IRISH ROVERS: George Millar: (from Ballymena) A Rover all his life, band leader, vocalist and songwriter, George Millar (from Ballymena) first played as an Irish Rover when he and Jimmy Ferguson formed the band in As an award winning music producer and songwriter, he has seen the legendary band through their 50th anniversary and beyond.

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