Carson Wayne Newton is an American singer and actor. His signature song ‘Danke Schoen’ was notably used in the score for Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Newton is a supporter of President Reagan and a contributor to the Republican Party. He has been married to his wife of 40 years, Barbara, since 1986.
About Wayne Newton in brief
Carson Wayne Newton is an American singer and actor. He is known by the nicknames The Midnight Idol, Mr. Las Vegas and Mr. Entertainment. His well known songs include 1972’s \”Daddy, Don’t You Walk So Fast\” and his vocal version of ‘Red Roses for a Blue Lady’ His signature song ‘Danke Schoen’ was notably used in the score for Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Newton is a supporter of President Reagan and a contributor to the Republican Party. He was born in Norfolk, Virginia, to Patrick Newton, an auto mechanic, and his wife, Evelyn Marie \”Smith\”. He is of Irish, German, and Native American ancestry. He has a son, Jerry, who is also a singer and has appeared on numerous television shows, including “Bonanza” and “American Bandstand” He has been married to his wife of 40 years, Barbara, since 1986. He lives in Las Vegas, Nevada, with his wife and three children. He currently lives with his daughter and son-in-law in Scottsdale, Arizona, and has a daughter and a son with his ex-wife, Barbara. He also has a step-daughter, Jennifer, who lives in Los Angeles, California, with her husband and two children. The couple have a son and a daughter who live in Phoenix, Arizona. He and his son Jerry have a daughter, Jennifer Newton, who has been on numerous TV shows and is a member of the Rascals in Rhythm, a country music group. Newton has also appeared on “Larry King Live,” “The Larry King Show,” and “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” among other television shows.
His son Jerry Newton is also an actor, having appeared on the TV series “American Idol” and the movie “The Godfather” “Carson Newton Live” was broadcast as a pay-per-view event on May 23, 1989, but some members of the audience booed the live show. The show was not called Wayne Live or Wayne Live, as some people called it “The Wayne Newton Live Show” Newton has been involved in several political campaigns, including the Republican National Committee and the Democratic National Committee. He performed at the 1983 Independence Day celebration on the National Mall in Washington, D. C. The Beach Boys and The Grass Roots performed Independence Day concerts on the Mall in 1981 and 1982. In April 1983, President Ronald Reagan’s Secretary of Interior, James G. Watt, said that rock bands that used the Mall on Independence Day in 1982 had encouraged drug and alcoholism and had attracted any similar groups who would mug individuals and families who would attend future events in the future. Newton entered the stage on July 4, 1983, to mostly cheering members of a mostly cheering audience, mostly cheering Republican Party members. Newton’s hit ‘Daddy’ sold over one million copies and was awarded a gold disc by the R.I.A. A. in July 1972. In the early to mid-1960s, he also acted and sang as ‘Andy’ on the classic western TV series, Bonanza.