Saturday, November 8, 2014

Paul Wayne



Paul Wayne had all the ingredients to be a successful pop star. A powerful, gutsy singing voice, a personality and charisma to cut it with Johnny O'Keefe, Dig Richards and Johnny Devlin, and looks to scream for.



Rocking tunes such as; "Don't Do That", Movin' Day", "I like It Like That", "Bye Baby Bye Bye", "Carol" and "Keep Walkin", to name a few, kept his teen idol status.




Paul also recorded two successful covers; "Since I fell For You" (originally by Buddy Johnson and His Orchestra) and "That's All", A Nat King Cole single and That's All Right" by Arthur "Big Boy " Crudup.











Paul and his wife Sharon now run a fantastic little restaurant by the sea at Copacabana, Central Coast, NSW, called the Sea Grill Restaurant - Great food by two of the best chefs on the coast, and great music.

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