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    (June 13, 1927-September 19, 2003)
    Born in Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia
    Birth name is David Gordon Kirkpatrick
    Recorded the singles 'A Pub with No Beer,' 'Boomerang,' 'Lights on the Hill,' 'The Biggest Disappointment,' and 'Duncan'
    He was rarely seen without his Akubra (Australian cowboy hat) in public.
    He was a heavy smoker for much of his life.
    A handful of his songs are quite depressing.
    He appeared in a direct-to-video release of 'The Wiggles.'
    He was married to the same woman for over five decades until his death.
    He released more than a hundred albums, and earned several accolades.
    He performed the popular Australian folk song 'Waltzing Matilda' at the closing ceremonies for the 1984 VFL Grand Final (Australia's equivalent to the Super Bowl) and the 2000 Sydney Summer Olympics.
    He was Australia's answer to Gene Autry and Johnny Cash.

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