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American singer and singer who was part of the band, Sparks, later renamed Halfnelson, in 1971 with his older brother, Ron. The band’s song This Town Ain’t Big Enough for Both of Us peaked at number 2 on the U.K. SIngles Chart.
He studied Theater Arts and Filmmaking at UCLA in the late 1960s.
He is the co-founder of Lil’ Beethoven Records.
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"We can be a rock band if want to be. We can be an electronic group if we want to be. We can be more orchestral if we want to."
"There's a daily routine and we're pretty methodical about it. We have a work ethic. Ron shows up on time and well groomed."
"We had the project 'The Seduction of Ingmar Bergman' that we had done for the Swedish National Radio as a radio music drama. After we had done that, we thought it was really something worth pursuing as a movie project as well, so we went there to try to get meetings regarding that."
"A lot of the people who like Sparks, they feel like it's this well-kept secret that they're part of."
"People have always commented along the way that, 'You guys are always so visual in what you do.' The songs have always had a lot of visual imagery in them that's not necessarily orthodox subject matter or themes or the way those themes are treated are kind of unorthodox. They could be taken as little mini films without the visuals."