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Stan Wayne Band

For more than 30 years Stan Wayne has been entertaining and delighting audiences across the United States and other parts of the world. Born in Philadelphia, Pa., a fan of The American Bandstand, Gamble and Huff sound, Stan played local clubs in the 70's and was picked up by the then oldies group The Platters. While on tour with them Stan played some of the most prestigious nightclubs in the country. The Peppermint Lounge in New York, The Newport in Miami, The Aladdin in Las Vegas, The Paradise Island in the Bahamas and The Barbary Coast in Montreal, Canada.

After two years, Stan put his own act together, Crazy Rhythm. Which, played nightclubs from New York, along the east coast to Miami, into the southern states and over to the Virgin Isles. Stan then joined a Rock-n-Roll fifties show, Gold Fever, that was voted the best new lounge act in the state of Nevada '80-'81. From there Stan went to New York, where he recorded an album with hit making producer Stan Vincent (John Lennon, George Benson, Areosmith). In the nineties he moved to Miami and recorded for Tuff Gong records and worked with producers Carl Peterson (Third World, Robert Palmer) and Eric Mercury (Donny Hathaway, Brenda Russell). Hurricane Andrew put a stop to the recording and the label. Stan returned to performing. Opening all the new casinos in Memphis, New Orleans and the gulf coast, where he became a main stay with his own production show HEART&SOUL. An eight-year run was halted when hurricane Katrina took its toll on everyone including Stan Wayne and family. With everything lost he moved to his wife's hometown of San Antonio, Texas.

" With all the bad luck weather, I am blessed to be alive and thriving here in Texas," Stan says.

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Stan Wayne Band
Thats Life
Gimmie Some Lovin