Out Of The Box RSD 2019


Out Of The Box RSD 2019
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Dennis Quaid & The Sharks origins can be traced to a night when Quaid went to see actor Harry Dean Stanton and his longtime band perform in Los Angeles. Quaid was invited to join the band onstage. At fi rst reluctant, because of his decade-long layoff from music, Quaid fi nally acquiesced, and his performance sparked a musical kinship between Jamie James-guitar player in Stanton''s band and the Kingbees'' front man-and Quaid that led to them forming their own band. James quickly began recruiting others for the band and it wasn''t long before Dennis Quaid & The Sharks were performing on the L.A. club circuit. Quaid was certainly no stranger to either the recording studio or the stage being a seasoned actor and having cut songs for soundtracks to his movies dating back to the ''80s with contributions to soundtracks like The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia, Tough Enough, The Big Easy, and more. Music had always been important to Quaid, ''''As far back as I can remember, music has always been a big part of my life. My third cousin was Gene Autry, the original Western movie singing cowboy. My grandmother played piano and sang songs from the ''20s, songs from her youth. My dad played piano and crooned like Bing Crosby and looked a little like Dean Martin.'''' Among Quaid''s musical heroes you''ll fi nd Buddy Holly, Hank Williams, Willie & Waylon, Johnny Cash, The Beatles, The Doors, James Brown, and more
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