Sunday, February 14, 2016

Bonaduce and Railsback get married

The WYSP morning man and his longtime fiancee do the deed in Hawaii.

Bonaduce and Railsback get married

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Danny Bonaduce and Amy Railsback with a family album from his TV past at a welcome-to-Philadelphia celebration in 2008. (Photo: HUGHE DILLON / PhillyChitChat.com)
Danny Bonaduce and Amy Railsback with a family album from his TV past at a welcome-to-Philadelphia celebration in 2008. (Photo: HUGHE DILLON / PhillyChitChat.com) HUGHE DILLON / For The Inquirer

WYSP morning man Danny Bonaduce and his long-suffering fiancee, Amy Railsback, got married Monday in Hawaii, she told me from Maui.

It was a private ceremony of just the two of them, plus the Rev. Roland Nono, at the Four Seasons.

It's the third marriage for Bonaduce, 51, who had a starter marriage in his mid-20s and was married for 15 years to Gretchen, the mother of his two kids. (He and Gretchen were married on the very day they met.)

This is marriage No. 1 for Railsback, 28, a former teacher who moved to Philly with him in 2008 from California. She's his manager.

After spending a few days in Oahu, the couple will be back in Philly Friday.

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