Don Fardon (born Donald Maughn19 August Coventry1943) is an English pop singer.


Don Fardon began his career in the band The Sorrows, which was founded in 1963. He went solo a few years later on. In 1969 he recorded a cover version of "I'm Alive" by Tommy James & The Shondells. It was a modest hit and reached in the years after recording no place in the Dutch charts. In 2011, however, the number came in interest. Vodafone sent an advertisement from this number, which resulted in BR Music decided to release the song again. It reached the twelfth place in the Dutch Single Top 100 and the twentieth place in the Dutch Top 40 in March 2011.

His cover version of "Indian Reservation" by John d. Loudermilk was a hit (# 3 in the UK Singles Chart in 1970), of which more than one million copies have been sold.



Single with any chart positions (and)

in the Dutch Top 40

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Indian reservation 1968 02-01-1971 31 4 # 27 in the Single Top 100
I'm alive 1970 19-03-2011 20 7 # 12 in the Single Top 100

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