John Foster

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Jon Jon Foster (born 1961 in Basildon Essex) is a singer-songwriter who found fame when he joined the British synthpop trio Bronski Beat in 1985. The band's best known song during this period with Foster as vocalist was "Hit That Perfect Beat", which became a popular dance hit and reached number three in the UK Singles Chart. Foster remained with Bronski Beat for one album, Truthdare Doubledare released in 1986, but left in 1987 to join his next band, Us.

He is currently based in London and is still both producing new material and performing live.

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