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Lead singer and rhythm guitarist for the rock band Cheap Trick, the band known for songs like “I Want You to Want Me.”
Inspired by The Beatles’ performances on The Ed Sullivan Show, he picked up a guitar and started learning.
He and his bandmates made a cameo appearance in the 2003 comedy Daddy Day Care.
He inherited his love of music via his father’s jazz band and his sister’s records.
Rick Nielsen, the leader of Cheap Trick, offered him the lead singing job after the group’s original lead singer, Randy “Xeno” Hogan, left.
Body Measurements Table
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|Height||173 cm, 5′8″ (feet & inches)|
|Shoe Size (US)||N/A|
I think maybe we were just a little bit overdone. It was saturated. People may have gotten tired of us. We were everywhere, all the time.
I could do James Taylor, Neil Young, and sound just like them.
My father was indeed a musician, but he was a weekend warrior. He was a welder, actually, and worked all his life at the Ironworks in Beloit Wisconsin, and he played in a swing band on weekends.
I’ve completely embraced life in Florida after growing up in the Midwest. This is home for me.
We’re from Rockford, Illinois, but we’ve always thought international.