Author Topic: Wayne Fontana  (Read 128 times)

celeste

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Wayne Fontana
« on: 14:05:10, 03/09/20 »
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayne_Fontana


Glyn Geoffrey Ellis (28 October 1945 6 August 2020[1]), known professionally as Wayne Fontana, was an English rock and pop singer,

 best known for the 1965 hit "The Game of Love" with the Mindbenders.











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Mike Ede

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Re: Wayne Fontana
« Reply #1 on: 22:49:45, 17/09/20 »
I saw Wayne Fontana on numerous occasions, mostly at  the Oasis. On one particular occasion he was appearing at a marquee in Heaton Park,we had a quick drink in the Turf,Bury Old Road,Prestwich, went to the marquee and paid our entrance fee,being a bit early we got a pass out and headed back to the Turf where they refused to serve us,we explained we had been drinking in  there 15 minutes earlier but we were given the excuse we didn't look 18 despite us being in our early 20s.Could it have been because we had shoulder length hair and beards,I don't think so do you.😁
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celeste

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Re: Wayne Fontana
« Reply #2 on: Yesterday at 08:33:22 »
They didn't want you back for some reason hahaha
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