Duncan Faure (b. December 16, 1956, Pretoria, South Africa) is a singer/songwriter and musician. He rose to fame in the mid-1970s as one of the lead singers for the South African rock band, ''Rabbitt''. In 1978, Faure stepped in as lead singer for the Scottish pop band, the ''Bay City Rollers'', and would record three albums with them. In 1987, Duncan Faure contributed to Madonna's ''Who's That Girl'' soundtrack, with a song titled "24 Hours". In 1997, he married Laurie McClain, who joined Faure's group, The First World Band, the previous year. The couple has two children and reside in Las Vegas. Still active in the music business, Duncan Faure continues to write songs, record and perform.
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