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From the animated TV series ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096697/combined The Simpsons]'' (04/27/03). In the "Dude, Where's My Ranch?" episode, guest star David Byrne just happens to pass by and hear Homer's anti-Flanders song, which he then records and produces as a duet with Homer, and turns into a hit. It's so big a hit, the Simpsons go to a dude ranch just to get the hell away from it. Lisa develops a crush on one of the cowboys there. When they come back home, [[The Moe Syzlak Connection]] (really just Moe the bartender) has a hit—a parody version of the Andrea True Connection's "More, More, More."
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Main character dad from the ridiculously long-running Fox network animated TV series ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096697/combined The Simpsons]'' with a varied and storied musical career.
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In chronological order of appearance:
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=="Colonel Homer" (March 26, 1992)==
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Manager for country singer [[Lurleen Lumpkin]].
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=="Homer's Barbershop Quartet" (September 30, 1993)==
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Vocalist and songwriter for [[The Be Sharps]].
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=="Dude, Where's My Ranch?" (April 27, 2003)==
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In the this episode, guest star David Byrne just happens to pass by and hear Homer's anti-Flanders song, which he then records and produces as a duet with Homer, and turns into a hit. It's so big a hit, the Simpsons go to a dude ranch just to get the hell away from it. Lisa develops a crush on one of the cowboys there. When they come back home, [[The Moe Syzlak Connection]] (really just Moe the bartender) has a hit— a parody version of the Andrea True Connection's "More, More, More."
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=="A Star is Torn" (May 8, 2005)==
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Manager and songwriter for his daughter [[Lisa Simpson.
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=="That '90s Show" (January 27, 2008)==
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Vocalist and guitarist for [[Sadgasm]].
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=="Covercraft" (November 23, 2014)==
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Bassist for [[Covercraft]].
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==See also==
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*[[Covercraft]]
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*[[The Be Sharps]]
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*[[Sadgasm]]
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*[[Lurleen Lumpkin]]
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*[[The Moe Syzlak Connection]]
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*[[Lisa Simpson]]
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*[[Bart Simpson]]
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*[[Maggie Simpson]]
  
Homer was previously a member of bands [[The Be Sharps]] and [[Sadgasm]], as well as manager of country star [[Lurleen Lumpkin]] and his own preteen daughter [[Lisa Simpson]] when she appeared on the ''Krusty the Klown Li'l Starmaker Competition'' television series.
 
  
 
[[Category:The Simpsons|Simpson, Homer]]
 
[[Category:The Simpsons|Simpson, Homer]]
 
[[Category:2003|Simpson, Homer]]
 
[[Category:2003|Simpson, Homer]]
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[[Category:Fictional bassists|Simpson, Homer]]
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[[Category:Fictional songwriters|Simpson, Homer]]
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[[Category:Fictional singers|Simpson, Homer]]

Revision as of 11:01, 12 October 2020

Main character dad from the ridiculously long-running Fox network animated TV series The Simpsons with a varied and storied musical career.

In chronological order of appearance:

"Colonel Homer" (March 26, 1992)

Manager for country singer Lurleen Lumpkin.

"Homer's Barbershop Quartet" (September 30, 1993)

Vocalist and songwriter for The Be Sharps.

"Dude, Where's My Ranch?" (April 27, 2003)

In the this episode, guest star David Byrne just happens to pass by and hear Homer's anti-Flanders song, which he then records and produces as a duet with Homer, and turns into a hit. It's so big a hit, the Simpsons go to a dude ranch just to get the hell away from it. Lisa develops a crush on one of the cowboys there. When they come back home, The Moe Syzlak Connection (really just Moe the bartender) has a hit— a parody version of the Andrea True Connection's "More, More, More."

"A Star is Torn" (May 8, 2005)

Manager and songwriter for his daughter [[Lisa Simpson.

"That '90s Show" (January 27, 2008)

Vocalist and guitarist for Sadgasm.

"Covercraft" (November 23, 2014)

Bassist for Covercraft.


See also