Boston Dawn (born Dawn Deegan) was a female freestyle\pop singer from the late 80′s\early 90′s. Not much information is given about her, but she was signed to the Outpost Entertainment Company record label.
In 1988, she released her first single, “We Can Have it All” under her real name. It’s unknown how or if the single ever charted.
A year later, she released the single, “I Hope it Breaks Your Heart” under her stage name which managed to have some local chart impact. In 1990, Boston Dawn released her third single, “Playboy” (which was recorded by another singer, Carmin). The song didn’t appear to make any impact on the charts. The fourth single, “Something Serious” didn’t make any impact either.
In 1991, Boston Dawn released her only album, “Something Serious” on American Sound Records. It’s unknown how or if the album ever charted.
The last single Boston Dawn released was a slowed-down cover version of the Shirelles’ song, “Soldier Boy” (which was a tribute to the soldiers who fought in the Gulf War) failed to chart.
After that, it seemed as if Boston Dawn had faded into obscurity, but according to the Isle of Deserted Pop Stars, she currently works as a real estate agent in Florida.
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