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 . Philomena Begley
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 . Sean Wilson
 . Shawn Cuddy
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Robert Mizzell Mama's Rocking Chair CD

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Robert Mizzell Mama's Rocking Chair CD.

Robert Mizzell was born 21st July in Louisiana, USA. Spending his childhood days around the shores of Lake Bistineau, Robert often dreamed of being a country music star. After graduating from Doyline High School, Robert served in the US Army, and after several jobs, event's in Robert's life took him to Ireland. Once there he decided to pursue his dream to be a country music star.

Robert has made his home in Ireland for over a decade. He served his apprenticeship in Country Music since he first arrived here and is now one of the top Country artists in Ireland.

01. Cajun Dance
02. Mamaís Rocking Chair
03. Will You Visit Me On Sunday
04. Paddy
05. Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight
06. The Orphan Train
07. Sick, Sober & Sorry
08. Things Have Gone To Pieces
09. Rosie Bokay
10. Grandpa Was A Carpenter
11. What We Donít Have
12. Can You Hear Me Now?
13. I Ainít Falliní For That