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About Don Fardon

Don Fardon's first band was an obscure group of English mods in the mid- '60s known as the Sorrows. They were an English freakbeat band similar to the Pretty Things or John's Children. Following the demise of the group, Don Fardon took his graveled gritty voice out West and tried his hand at country music. Although his songs have given Fardon room to grow into a more soulful singer, the majority of Country Rock songs he chose to record are very similar to one another and predictable in formula.

Listen toDon Fardonon Rhapsody

Don Fardon's first band was an obscure group of English mods in the mid- '60s known as the Sorrows. They were an English freakbeat band similar to the Pretty Things or John's Children. Following the demise of the group, Don Fardon took his graveled gritty voice out West and tried his hand at country music. Although his songs have given Fardon room to grow into a more soulful singer, the majority of Country Rock songs he chose to record are very similar to one another and predictable in formula.

About Don Fardon

Don Fardon's first band was an obscure group of English mods in the mid- '60s known as the Sorrows. They were an English freakbeat band similar to the Pretty Things or John's Children. Following the demise of the group, Don Fardon took his graveled gritty voice out West and tried his hand at country music. Although his songs have given Fardon room to grow into a more soulful singer, the majority of Country Rock songs he chose to record are very similar to one another and predictable in formula.

About Don Fardon

Don Fardon's first band was an obscure group of English mods in the mid- '60s known as the Sorrows. They were an English freakbeat band similar to the Pretty Things or John's Children. Following the demise of the group, Don Fardon took his graveled gritty voice out West and tried his hand at country music. Although his songs have given Fardon room to grow into a more soulful singer, the majority of Country Rock songs he chose to record are very similar to one another and predictable in formula.