Wayne Fontana

Oct 28, 1945 – Aug 6, 2020 (Age 74)


October 28, 1945
August 6, 2020


Wayne Fontana was a singer with the Mindbenders known for their 1965 No. 1 hit, "The Game of Love." For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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Even though still a fairly big star in the middle 70s he had no problem going for a pint and a game of darts with a young kid that was going out with one of his wifes younger sisters. A genuine nice guy with a great voice

Wayne and Eric walked myself and my friend home, he had a radio to his ear wanting to know if his first record had hit the charts, whenever we met he always asked when we were having a party at my parents' house which was quite large. Wished we had kept in touch, did he ever buy the Blue Dodge?

Sing with the angels now Wayne/Glyn. Proud to have known you. We will miss you. Thanks for leaving us the legacy of your lovely music. Sleep tight dear friend. Condolences to Sue. xxx

Loved the song, The Game of Love, it was popular in 1965 when I went on a blind date and met my future husband....still married 55 years later...sympathy to his family and friends..

Sorry to hear you have passed remember you and the group from the sixties brought up in the same area went to see you perform at many a disco even before you all made the highlights Rest in Peace Glyn hope you are going to sing for everybody up there.

Our deepest condolences to the family. We pray that God continues to strengthen and comfort you all during this difficult period.

My condolences.

RIP Taken too soon