Gene Eugene

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Gene Eugene
Birth nameGene Andrusco
Born(1961-04-06)April 6, 1961
Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada [1]
Died(2000-03-20)March 20, 2000 (aged 38)
Huntington Beach, California, U.S.
Genres Rock, alternative rock, funk rock
Occupation(s)Record producer, singer, songwriter
Instrument(s)Vocals, guitar, keyboards
Years active1982–2000

Gene Andrusco (April 6, 1961 – March 20, 2000), better known as Gene Eugene, was a Canadian-born actor, record producer, engineer, composer and musician. [2] Andrusco was best known as the leader of the alternative rock band Adam Again, [3] a member of The Swirling Eddies (credited as Prickly Disco), and as a founding member of the supergroup Lost Dogs. [4]

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  2. "The Cross Rhythms Website is off line for maintenance".
  3. "Gene Eugene Biography, Songs, & Albums". AllMusic .
  4. "Gene Eugene Albums and Discography". AllMusic .