Dwight Twilley


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About Dwight Twilley

Though he's a cult hero and an underground icon of power pop, Dwight Twilley never quite broke through to the mainstream. In the mid-1970s, along with musical partner Phil Seymour, he led the Dwight Twilley Band to the Top 40 with “I'm On Fire,” but was subsequently mired in a sea of music-business catastrophes that threw his career off course. Twilley became a full-fledged solo artist in '79, and scored one more hit with 1984's “Girls” before falling below the radar again, but he continued writing and recording for years to come.

Tulsa, OK, United States of America
June 6, 1951

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