1987 Flashback: Just Don't Want to Be Lonely - Freddie McGregor22:52 - Thursday 21 June 2012 - In Categories UK Entertainment, Memory Bank
On 27 June, reggae legend Freddie McGregor celebrates his 56th birthday.
On the same day in 1987, Freddie reached number nine in the UK charts with Just Don’t Want to Be Lonely.
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