Wayne Marshall (singer)

Wayne Marshall is a British singer. He scored several chart hits in the UK during the 1990s, including the slow jam "Ooh Aah (G Spot)" which was his biggest hit, reaching No. 29 in 1994. He featured on Pauline Henry's 1996 version of "Never Knew Love Like This" which was also a top 40 hit.

Wayne Marshall
OriginUnited Kingdom
GenresR&B, reggae
Occupation(s)Singer
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1993–present
LabelsSoultown
WebsiteWayneMarshall.net

In 2017, Marshall was one of the acts who performed at the opening of new nightclub Unity in Dunstable.[1]

DiscographyEdit

AlbumsEdit

  • Ninety Degrees & Rising (1994), Soultown
  • Censored! (1995), Soultown
  • Double-X-Posure (2 CD combination of both albums including extra tracks)

SinglesEdit

  • "Miss Goodie Goody" (1993), United Soul
  • "'Ooh Aah' (G-Spot)" (1994), Soultown - UK #29[2]
  • Menage a Trois (The EP) (1994), Soultown
  • "Spirit" (1995), Soultown - UK #58[2]
  • "A Taste of 96" - "Sex in the Morn"/"Everything" (1995), Soultown
  • "Never Knew Love Like This" (Pauline Henry featuring Wayne Marshall) (1996), Sony Soho Square - UK #40[2]
  • "G Spot" (1996), Inter Action/MBA Records - UK #50[2]
  • "Sensual Advance" (2018), Cougar Records

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Wayne Marshall to perform his 90s hit as Unity launches in Dunstable". Dunstable Today.
  2. ^ a b c d "WAYNE MARSHALL | full Official Chart History | Official Charts Company". Officialcharts.com.

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