Maxine Nightingale | Lead Me On | 1979 | VIDEO

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Maxine NightingaleLead Me On

One of the three children of Guyanese-born comedian Benny Nightingale and his wife Iris (the couple had another daughter, Rosalind, and a son, Glen1), Maxine Nightingale began singing at age 16 with her school band.

She subsequently toured extensively on the British cabaret circuit and made her first records in 1969 vocalizing on the Pye singles “Talk to Me” and “Don’t Push Me Baby” which were released under the name Nighttime Flyer.[2] “Don’t Push Me Baby” was issued by Pye’s Australian distributor Astor in Nightingale’s own name; her first UK release as Maxine Nightingale was in 1971 with the Pye single “Love on Borrowed Time”.[3][4]

Also in 1969 Nightingale joined the cast of the West End production of Hair playing a supporting role and understudying the female lead role of Sheila. Her tenure with Hair lasted for roughly a year and a half after which Nightingale relocated to Germany, having formed a relationship with an actor from the German production of Hair whom she had met when he visited the London production.

In Germany, Nightingale continued her stage musical career in Hair (as Sheila), Jesus Christ Superstar and Godspell. She also began a relationship with Minoru Terada Domberger, the director of the German production of Hair, which led to marriage and a daughter, Langka Veva Domberger, born in 1973.[5]

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