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Dan Donovan (b. 1901 in Grangetown, Cardiff), popular British singer, with [a=Debroy Somers And His Orchestra], [a=Henry Hall] in the 1930's. Although he played baritone saxophone, he is most remembered for his vocals on about 200 records made between April 1930 and August 1934.
Dan continued singing until aged 70. He suffered a stroke in 1976, when he was 75, and lived to the age of 85.