File 2012-023, Reel 909 - Untitled : [sound recordings by Frank MacKay]

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Untitled : [sound recordings by Frank MacKay]

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2012-023, Reel 909

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  • 1989 (Creation)
    MacKay, Frank

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1 audio reel : stereo ; 1/4 in.

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Frank MacKay was the lead singer of The Lincolns, an R&B band formed in Truro, Nova Scotia in 1961. Fellow band members included Layne Francis, Lee Taylor, Rod Norrie, and Brain Chrisholm whom MacKay had met at school at age fifteen. He was mentored by Murray Dorrington. MacKay started pursuing a solo career around 1970 while still performing with The Lincolns which became known as one of Nova Scotia's most popular dance bands of the 60's. Frank MacKay passed away in May of 2019 following surgery.

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File is an audio reel containing five songs performed by Frank MacKay made in 1989.

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