Fonda Rae  

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Fonda Rae (New York) is an American vocalist working in the disco and dance genres.

In 1981, Fonda became a member of the group Rainbow Brown, a studio project set up by Patrick Adams.

Her repertoire features the Leroy Burgess co-written 'Over Like A Fat Rat[1]', 1982) "Touch Me"[2], a Patrick Adams and Gregory Carmichael production). The latter was released in the UK by Streetwave Records where it reached the Top 50. In 1996, she recorded 'Living in Ecstasy' for Francois Kevorkian's Wave Records.

Another classic track is "Deputy of Love" (B side to Buddah 003/Don Armando's Second Avenue Rumba Band/I'm An IndianToo/1979), written by August Darnell, who also penned Machine's There But For The Grace Of God Go I[3].



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