Gavin sang the Disney songs ‘Chim Chim Che-ree’ and the ‘Siamese Cat Song’ at the Stay Awake Live concert at St Ann’s in New York on Wednesday. The New York Sun writes: “Gavin Friday gave a mournful, beautiful rendition of “Chim Chim Cheree” from Mary Poppins.” (Read the full review) Babette R’s got some lovely…

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Check out Michael Stipe’s new picture website, www.futurepicenter.com. Today and today only you can download a close up of Gavin – wearing Stipe’s specs – taken last week. There’s a new picture every day, once they are archived the high res version is no longer available, so get it while you can. Please check their…

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Gavin Friday is featured in VPRO television’s “R.A.M”, for a special series on artists and their city, this Sunday, February 20, at 7.13pm on Net3 (The Netherlands). Gavin will be discussing ‘Lypton Village’. The programme will be repeated on Saturday, february 26th at 1.40pm, and will be available for viewing online. Gavin’s item starts about…

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Gavin Friday, accompanied by Maurice Seezer, Des Moore and Gareth Hughes played to a captivated audience for RTE’s ‘Other Voices’ in St James Church, Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland on Wednesday. Starting the set with a stripped down version of ‘Shag Tobacco’ and the torch song turns vaudeville classic ‘Melancholy Baby’, Gavin belted out superb versions…

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Dubliners may have spotted Gavin on posters (pdf / Jpg) promoting ‘ReJoyce Dublin 2004’, the Bloomsday Centenary Festival, around their city. Rejoyce Dublin has asked Irish directors to film extracts from Ulysses. Director Shimmy Marcus (Headrush, Aidan Walsh – Master of the Universe) decided to focus on racism and anti-semitism. He filmed Gavin and Maurice…

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Gavin Friday, “I didn’t come up the Liffey in a bubble”, Spiegeltent 23rd Sept 2003 By Patrick Lynch The Boy in the Bubble If the best artists wear their hearts on their sleeves, then Gavin Friday laid his bare in his Dublin Fringe Festival show “I Didn’t Come Up The Liffey in A Bubble”. From…

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