Tommy Tutone

Tommy Tutone is a power pop band, best known for its 1981 hit "867-5309/Jenny", which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.wikipedia
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867-5309/Jenny

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Tommy Tutone is a power pop band, best known for its 1981 hit "867-5309/Jenny", which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. John Cowsill of The Cowsills played percussion (and sang) on "867-5309/Jenny."
"867-5309/Jenny" is a 1981 song written by Alex Call and Jim Keller and performed by Tommy Tutone that was released on the album Tommy Tutone 2, on the Columbia Records label.

Jimmy James (musician)

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However, Lyons was soon replaced by Greg Sutton, later Pete Costello, and more recently Jimmy James.
Jimmy originally played the bass with Tommy Tutone, later switching to guitar and drums and performing the role of band leader.

Sammy Hagar

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Mona Gnader, the bassist in Sammy Hagar's Waborita band, played with the band as well.
In 1999, he formed a long-term band, called The Waboritas: David Lauser returned on drums, as did Jesse Harms on keyboards, and new to the mix was former The Bus Boys guitarist Vic Johnson, and former Tommy Tutone bassist Mona Gnader.

Clover (band)

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Original drummer Mickey Shine (Clover and drummer on the first Elvis Costello album) was replaced by Victor Carberry for the band's second album.
Alex Call recorded as a solo artist and wrote hits for Huey Lewis and many other artists, including Tommy Tutone's "867-5309/Jenny".

John Cowsill

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John Cowsill of The Cowsills played percussion (and sang) on "867-5309/Jenny."
In the early 1980s, he recorded with the one hit wonder band Tommy Tutone, playing percussion and singing back-up vocals on the band's hit, "867-5309/Jenny", although he did not appear in the video.

The Cowsills

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John Cowsill of The Cowsills played percussion (and sang) on "867-5309/Jenny."
In the early 1980s, he was briefly a member of the band Tommy Tutone and his backing vocals and percussion can be heard on their hit "Jenny (867-5309)."

Tommy Tutone 2

Tommy Tutone 2 is the second album by rock band Tommy Tutone, released in 1981.

Tommy Heath

Thomas Allen "Tommy" Heath (born March 31, 1947) is the lead singer, rhythm guitarist, and occasional keyboardist of Tommy Tutone, a 1980s rock band most famous for their top 5 hit, "867-5309/Jenny."

Jim Keller

Tommy Heath and Jim Keller founded the band in 1978, with Heath acting as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, also playing keyboards on occasion; Keller playing lead guitar and supporting vocals.
Jim Keller is an American musician who was the co-founder, lead guitarist, and supporting vocalist for the American rock band Tommy Tutone based in San Francisco, California, and was co-writer of that band's most famous single, 867-5309/Jenny.

Power pop

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Tommy Tutone is a power pop band, best known for its 1981 hit "867-5309/Jenny", which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Musical ensemble

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Tommy Tutone is a power pop band, best known for its 1981 hit "867-5309/Jenny", which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Hit song

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Tommy Tutone is a power pop band, best known for its 1981 hit "867-5309/Jenny", which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Billboard Hot 100

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Tommy Tutone is a power pop band, best known for its 1981 hit "867-5309/Jenny", which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Rhythm guitar

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Tommy Heath and Jim Keller founded the band in 1978, with Heath acting as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, also playing keyboards on occasion; Keller playing lead guitar and supporting vocals.

Keyboard instrument

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Tommy Heath and Jim Keller founded the band in 1978, with Heath acting as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, also playing keyboards on occasion; Keller playing lead guitar and supporting vocals.

Lead guitar

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Tommy Heath and Jim Keller founded the band in 1978, with Heath acting as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, also playing keyboards on occasion; Keller playing lead guitar and supporting vocals.

Bassist

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Heath and Keller were the only constant members of Tommy Tutone during the band's heyday, and the lineup featured a rotating membership of bassists and drummers.

Drummer

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Original drummer Mickey Shine (Clover and drummer on the first Elvis Costello album) was replaced by Victor Carberry for the band's second album. Heath and Keller were the only constant members of Tommy Tutone during the band's heyday, and the lineup featured a rotating membership of bassists and drummers.

Elvis Costello

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Original drummer Mickey Shine (Clover and drummer on the first Elvis Costello album) was replaced by Victor Carberry for the band's second album.

Portland, Oregon

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Tommy Heath became a computer analyst and software engineer and moved to Portland, Oregon.

Recording contract

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In 2007, the band signed a recording contract with Spectra Records.