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About Billy Squier

Billy Squier plays wonderfully ridiculous and triumphantly indulgent stadium rock. His Nigel Tufnel-esque guitar solos will leave you asking yourself, "What's wrong with being sexy?" He pulls it off singing with a gritty rock 'n' roll rasp that's reminiscent of a young, Faces-era Rod Stewart. Squier is (in)famous for his stadium singalongs and microphone placement into the audience during his own choruses.

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Listen toBilly Squieron Rhapsody

Billy Squier plays wonderfully ridiculous and triumphantly indulgent stadium rock. His Nigel Tufnel-esque guitar solos will leave you asking yourself, "What's wrong with being sexy?" He pulls it off singing with a gritty rock 'n' roll rasp that's reminiscent of a young, Faces-era Rod Stewart. Squier is (in)famous for his stadium singalongs and microphone placement into the audience during his own choruses.

About Billy Squier

Billy Squier plays wonderfully ridiculous and triumphantly indulgent stadium rock. His Nigel Tufnel-esque guitar solos will leave you asking yourself, "What's wrong with being sexy?" He pulls it off singing with a gritty rock 'n' roll rasp that's reminiscent of a young, Faces-era Rod Stewart. Squier is (in)famous for his stadium singalongs and microphone placement into the audience during his own choruses.

About Billy Squier

Billy Squier plays wonderfully ridiculous and triumphantly indulgent stadium rock. His Nigel Tufnel-esque guitar solos will leave you asking yourself, "What's wrong with being sexy?" He pulls it off singing with a gritty rock 'n' roll rasp that's reminiscent of a young, Faces-era Rod Stewart. Squier is (in)famous for his stadium singalongs and microphone placement into the audience during his own choruses.