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Roger Voudouris

Roger Voudouris

Roger Voudouris


Roger Voudouris (12/29/54 - 8/3/2003) was an American singer/songwriter best known for his 1979 hit, "Get Used To It", which peaked at #21 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Voudouris was born in Sacramento, CA, and formed Roger Voudouris Loud as Hell Rockers while still in high school. That band would later enjoy small success as an opening act for The Doobie Brothers, Stephen Stills, and John Mayall. In 1978, he released his self-titled debut album which received very little radio play. Read more on Last.fm
Roger Voudouris (12/29/54 - 8/3/2003) was an American singer/songwriter best known for his 1979 hit, "Get Used To It", which peaked at #21 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Voudouris was born in Sacramento, CA, and formed Roger Voudouris Loud as Hell Rockers while still in high school. That band would later enjoy small success as an opening act for The Doobie Brothers, Stephen Stills, and John Mayall. In 1978, he released his self-titled debut album which received very little radio play. It was his 2nd album, "Radio Dream", which contained his only charted hit single, "Get Used To It". Voudouris released 2 more albums, 1980's "A Guy Like Me" and 1981's "On The Heels Of Love". He achieved a large amount of success in Japan and became a small cult-figure in Australia due to his appearance the popular music TV program "Countdown". He later returned to writing music and lyrics for various projects including the Pia Zadora-starred film "The Lonely Lady" and a documentary on the life of Elvis Presley. Voudouris died in 2003 due to liver disease.

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