Don Fardon
Genres:
Pop/Rock, R&B
Meta styles:
British Invasion, Soul
Styles:
Blue-Eyed Soul, British Invasion

Don Fardon (born Donald Maughn, 19 August 1940, Coventry, Warwickshire) is a pop singer. His biggest success was his rendition of John D. Loudermilk's "Indian Reservation" (1970, UK: #3). Before that he was singer with The Sorrows. Fardon also released a cover version of "Running Bear". In 2006 he re-released his single, "Belfast Boy", in tribute following the death of George Best. It is believed that prior to becoming a singer he worked as a draughtsman for Albert Herberts Ltd in Coventry.

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Country To Country

Country To Country

Year:
2010
Tracks:
13
Bitrate:
320 kbps
I've Paid My Dues

I've Paid My Dues

Year:
1970
Tracks:
7
Bitrate:
256 kbps
Lament Of The Cherokee

Lament Of The Cherokee

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Year:
1968
Tracks:
12
Bitrate:
256 kbps