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Name  Alex Briley
Movies  Can't Stop the Music
Music group  Village People

Education  University of Hartford
Role  Singer
Siblings  Jonathan Briley
Randy Jones, Victor Willis, Glenn Hughes, David Hodo, Felipe Rose, and Alex-Briley of the band Village People posing with wacky faces


Albums  The Best of Village People, Sex Over the Phone, San Francisco / Macho M, Live and Sleazy, Greatest Hits Remix
Similar People  Felipe Rose, David Hodo, Ray Simpson, Eric Anzalone, Glenn Hughes

Alex briley village people supports operation smile


Alexander "Alex" Briley (born April 12, 1947) is an American singer, who performs the "G.I." role in the disco music group Village People. Briley was born and raised in Harlem, New York, and later Mount Vernon, New York. A minister's son, he sang in church from an early age and studied voice at the University of Hartford.

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Alex Briley at the front speaking and wearing beige long sleeves and a beige hat together with four other members of the band Village People

Briley was introduced to producer/composer Jacques Morali by Village People member Victor Willis.. He originally performed in jeans and a T-shirt, but he took the role of a soldier for the album Cruisin' in 1978 and when the group recorded "In the Navy" in 1979 he appeared as a sailor.

Alex Briley at the right with the Village People singing at Asbury Park, New Jersey while wearing a beige cap and beige long sleeves

In 2005, Briley's brother Jonathan was identified by several people as The Falling Man – the figure depicted in the iconic photo of a man falling from the World Trade Center during the September 11 attacks.

Alex briley village people signing autographs team derek


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Alex Briley Wikipedia