Difference between revisions of "George Geronimo Gerkie"

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(New page: Country singer portrayed by Vincent D'Onofrio at several venues in New York City. According to his bio on [http://www.gothamjazz.com/evdb/E0-001-025740830-6 GothamJazz.com], Gerkie has cha...)
 
 
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Country singer portrayed by Vincent D'Onofrio at several venues in New York City. According to his bio on [http://www.gothamjazz.com/evdb/E0-001-025740830-6 GothamJazz.com], Gerkie has charted more than 130 country music hits, recorded 55 crossover duets, played Don Quixote on Broadway, starred in a Polanski flick, turned down Spielberg and ''Jaws'', played a 365-consecutive-night world tour, served as governor of Mississippi, married eight times, and done about a gazillion other things.
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Country singer portrayed by Vincent D'Onofrio at several venues in New York City in 2011. According to his bio on [https://web.archive.org/web/20111030231711/http://www.gothamjazz.com/evdb/E0-001-025740830-6 GothamJazz.com], Gerkie has charted more than 130 country music hits, recorded 55 crossover duets, played Don Quixote on Broadway, starred in a Polanski flick, turned down Spielberg and ''Jaws'', played a 365-consecutive-night world tour, served as governor of Mississippi, married eight times, and done about a gazillion other things.
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==External Links==
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*https://web.archive.org/web/20111030231711/http://www.gothamjazz.com/evdb/E0-001-025740830-6
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[[Category:2011|Gerkie, George Geronimo]]
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[[Category:Stage|Gerkie, George Geronimo]]
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[[Category:Country music|Gerkie, George Geronimo]]

Latest revision as of 21:20, 22 November 2018

Country singer portrayed by Vincent D'Onofrio at several venues in New York City in 2011. According to his bio on GothamJazz.com, Gerkie has charted more than 130 country music hits, recorded 55 crossover duets, played Don Quixote on Broadway, starred in a Polanski flick, turned down Spielberg and Jaws, played a 365-consecutive-night world tour, served as governor of Mississippi, married eight times, and done about a gazillion other things.

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