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 John Park, 32 the Loaning, Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, Strathclyde, Scotland, U.K. ML1 3HE

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Val Doonican

With his patterned knits and voice as smooth a s Guinness, the title of his only UK no. one album said it all: 'Rocks But Gently'  Yet generations of Brits cherished him for his cosiness, and the singer who died aged 88 was a national TV Institution for more than 25 years. Daughter Sarah revealed yesterday that he had passed away peacefully at a nursing home in Buckinghamshire on Wednesday evening. She added 'it was just old age', I'm afraid -- the batteries ran out. Until 87 he was as fit as a flea. As  well as the long-running Saturday night Val Doonican Show, which began in 1964, the crooner recorded about 25 Xmas specials which drew audiences of around 19 million. His telly career spanned the years of the Beatles, the Stones, punk, glam Rock and the new romantics. But throughout all the change, Val remained true tom his jumpers, his guitar, the rocking chair in which he would sing the final number of every show. And while fellow crooner Tom Jones received knickers in the post, Val was sent knitting patterns. He boasted he never wore the same jumper twice.   Michael Valentine "Val" Doonican was born on February 3rd 1927, in Waterford Ireland. He started his career in Dublin Dance Bands before touring the UK music halls for ten years.  He wed dancer Lynnette Rae in 1962, and the next year he got his big break when he appeared in the BBC's Sunday night at the London Palladium. That led to his own series, which ran for two decades until 1986. Val brought a touch of whimsy to the variety show format, with novelty songs including Paddy McGinty's Goat and Delaneys Donkey.     But his biggest singles included   Walk Tall, Memories are made of this and Elusive Butterfly, while 1968's Val Doonican Rocks. But gently knocked Sgt Pepper off the number one spot. He eventually retired in 2009 and the following year said: 'I was never dizzy with stardom and didn't take it too seriously. I still receive occasional fan mail, though.' Val is survived by his  wife Lynnette and their two daughters Sarah and Fiona.


Val Doonican is no more but his beloved fancy knitwear will live on, writes Sun Stylist Gabrielle Dirvanauskas. Val's signature gear is bang on trend, with the seventies look flooding cat walks and high streets for the last few seasons. 

Rest in peace, Marvellous Val                              

How sad to hear of the death of Irish entertainer Val Doonican. At 88, he'd had a good innings, as they say, but I'm still very upset to hear of his passing. In fact, I still often listen to his music, a it reminds me of my parents, who are both deceased. There's one song in particular, Marvellous Toy, complete with it's funny sound effects, that I listen to fondly. My parents were fans of Val and it passed on to us as kids, too. Call me a cynic, but the entertainers of today just aren't in the same league as Val. I doubt that people will know who who Justin Bieber is when he hits his 80's. With Val, however, he will be sadly missed by many. Rest in peace Mr. Doonican.


Michael Holliday

Michael and Val had a lot in common, of course, both smooth easy-listening chaps, both influenced by Bing Crosby to the extent that both did whole albums in tribute to him.  Michael and his rocking chair were famed with his relax with Michael Holliday Show, and when he died in 1963, his chair was passed on to his friend Val. He of course, also used it on every show and like Michael, wore similar nice jumpers, though we assume those weren't handed down!. That chair would also appear on Top Of The Pops, when Clive Dunn had a No. 1 hit with Grandad, and he was seen rocking it gently. It pooped up again in sketches in the Morecambe and Wise Show, and was later presented to Michael's son, Michael junior. He reported that every time he sat in it, he couldn't help but start a song.