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LONNIE DONEGAN


LONNIE DONEGAN
 
Lonnie Donegan in the 1970s


SUMMARY
 
Full Name: Anthony James Donegan
 
Description: Vocalist, Composer, UK
Known For: MY OLD MANS A DUSTMAN
 
Instruments: Voice, Guitar, Banjo
Music Styles: Skiffle, Rock, Easy Listening
 
Location: United Kingdom
 
Web Site: http://www.lonniedoneganinc.com/
 
Date Born: 29th April 1931
Location Born: Glasgow, United Kingdom
 
Date Died: 4th November 2002
Location Died: Peterborough, United Kingdom
Cause Of Death: Heart attack
 
Summary: Donegan adopted the name Lonnie from his idol Lonnie Johnson. He wrote "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" for Tom Jones in 1969), and he began to play on the American cabaret circuit.
 
 
 
 
 

 
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