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Eagle-Eye Cherry
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Musician
    (May 7, 1968- )
    Born in Stockholm, Sweden
    Recorded the albums 'Desireless,' 'Living In the Present Future' and 'Sub Rosa'
    Songs include 'Save Tonight,' When Mermaids Cry,' 'Falling In Love Again,' 'Are You Still Having Fun?' and 'Long Way Around'
    Portrayed Vernon on the short-lived tv series 'South Beach'
    Had bit roles in the films 'Arthur 2: On the Rocks,' 'Born on the Fourth of July' and 'The Doors,' as well as on 'The Cosby Show'
    Half-brother of Neneh Cherry
    Son of Don Cherry, the jazz trumpeter
    What man would live with the name Eagle-Eye?
    To make matters worse, his middle name is Lanoo.
    He is a one-hit wonder in America for 'Save Tonight.'
    'Living in the Present Future,' his follow up to 'Desireless,' was remixed and given a different title in America, where it didn't even chart. On top of that, it was released in America much later than in the rest of the world.
    He got his name because the first time he saw his father, he did so with one open eye.
    He can play the drums, the keyboard and the guitar.
    He attended the New York School of Performing Arts to study acting as a teen.
    He had a song on Carlos Santana's multiplatnum-selling album 'Supernatural.'

Credit: whiff boy


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