Coventry, West Midlands, England, United Kingdom (1943 – present)
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… read more
|1||Play on youtube||Indian Reservation||
|2||Play on youtube||I'm Alive||
|3||Play on youtube||Belfast Boy||
|4||I'm Alive - Marcus Rain Mix||
|5||I'm Alive - Ashley Beedle Re-Edit||
|6||New York City||
|7||I'm Alive - Ashley Beedle Radio Edit||
|8||Echoes Of The Cheers||
|9||Play on youtube||Hudson Bay||
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