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Dwight Twilley (born June 6, 1951, Tulsa, Oklahoma) is an American pop / rock / powerpop singer-songwriter , best known for his group that he fronted, the Dwight Twilley Band , and their 1975 hit single " I'm on Fire ". Also having evergreen power pop tunes to his own name such as " Remedies ", Twilley and fellow singer-songwriter Phil Seymour met in 1967 at a theater where they had gone to see The Beatles ' 'A Hard Day's Night' film, and they… read more

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Five band members now operate five different recording studios in five different cities.
Ron Flynt - Jumping Dog Studio in Austin, Texas.
Steve Allen - Blue Planet Studio in Nashville, Tennessee. Currently plays with The Long Players band. [2]
Chris Silagyi - PlayBox Music Room in Pinon Pines, CA.
Bill Belknap - Long Branch Studio in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Joel Turrisi - VFG Productions/Panaview filters in West Hollywood CA.
Mike Gallo- recently (2008) started his own label, Two Moons Records, to release his catalog (previously unreleased 20/20, RadioMusic, Two Moons). He writes and records at home. Mike is currently focused on songwriting, his label and publishing.
Dean Korth - Currently plays with the band Catalina Scramblers in Santa Cruz, CA.

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We know about the date, roughly, because Pryor, and some of his guests on the show for the episode he was taping that day (it aired on October 20, 1984), Robin Williams and Rip Taylor, came over to the set of the Helix vid to watch the topless dancing. We’ve read on the interwebs that Robin Williams was quipping like crazy that day, saying things like “You can always tell what religion a women is by the clothes she wears,” and “ This is for all you Canadians that try to sneak into the United States, otherwise known as frostbacks,” and “God save the queen, wherever he may be!”


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