Mick Flavin

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Mick Flavin
Born Ballinamuck, County Longford, Ireland
Genres Country
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1976-present
Labels Prism Records
Website Mick Flavin.com

Mick Flavin is an Irish country singer. Flavin recorded his first album in Athlone in June, 1986. His first big hit being "I'm Gonna Make It After All". Flavin has also recorded "Someday You'll Love Me", from Conway Twitty's album Even Now. In 2005 he was nominated for the International Global Artist Award, at the Country Music Association Awards.

Personal life[edit]

Mick is married and has two sons.

Discography[edit]

Someday You'll Love Me
I'm Gonna Make It After All
Athlone
Dance With Me(One More Time)
Longford On My Mind
When I Lay Me Down
I'll Be There(If You Ever Want Me)
Streets of Bakersfield
The Lights of Home
Pretty Little Girl From Omagh
The Old School Yard
I Heard The Bluebird Sing, with Sandy Kelly
Home to Donegal
To Old To Die Young
Native Town Drumlish
Blue Hills of Breffni
Adalida
Travelling Light
The Legend and the Man
Jennifer Johnson and Me
Never Too Old
We'll Get Ahead Someday, with Philomena Begley
Just Between You and Me, with Philomena Begley
Sam's Place
Radio Lover
The Rarest Flowers
You Sure Make Cheatin Seem Easy
Light in The Church
Yours To Hurt Tomorrow
Lady, She's Right
Wild Flowers
Nobody's Darlin' But Mine, with Isla Grant
I'll Be There mary Dear

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