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American Pie Gallery (1972-??)

Photo Gallery - Band Lineups - Discography - Audio samples - Where Are They Now?

The Story

Ronnie Griffiths started his career as part of the Mighty Avons with Larry Cunningham. Ronnie left the Mighty Avons to be replaced by Gene Stuart and formed American Pie in late 1972. In late 1975, Ronnie changed the band's name to Driftwood.   

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Photo Gallery

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Ronnie Griffiths & American Pie - 1973 American Pie - late 1974 Ronnie Griffiths & American Pie - 1973 (DL) American Pie - 1974 (LR) American Pie - 1973 (DL)

American Pie - 1973

American Pie - 1973

American Pie - 1973

American Pie - 1974

American Pie (RF)
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Years Vocals Guitar Bass Drums Guitar Trombone Trumpet
1972 Ronnie
Griffiths
Francie
Lenehan
John
Lenehan
Billy
Kelly
Bobby
Moore
Martin
Campbell
Damien
Given
1974 Ronnie
Griffiths
Terry
Duffy
Unknown Sam
Connelly
Bobby
Moore
Martin
Campbell
Damien
Given
               
               
               

Discography

Singles:

The Last Time I Called Somebody Darling / Count O'Hanlon / Teach Your Children / Sleep Song (Our thanks to Paul Clarke)
Release Records - RL.660 - 1972
Dingle Bay Boat Song / Hello Walls / Ladies Love Outlaws- #12 Irish Charts
Release Records - RL.679 - May, 1973
My Heart Is Where The Shannon Flows / Love Is / Sea of Heartbreak
Release Records - RL.692 - October, 1973
I Can't Stop Loving You / Sidewalks of Chicago
Release Records - Unknown - 1974

Albums:

A Slice Of American Pie
Release Records - BRL.4087 - December, 1974
Country Freedom (as Driftwood)
Top Spin Records - TSLP.99 - December, 1978

 Audio Clips

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Where Are They Now?  

  Terry Duffy - RIP: Terry sadly passed away August 28, 2013 - Clare O'Brien
  Ronnie Griffiths:
  Francie Lenehan:
  John Lenehan:
  Billy Kelly:
  Damien Givens:
  Martin Campbell:
  Bobby Moore:

 

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