| George Spanos|
Redbone (Since 1970)
Rock music, Pop music
| Looks Like Trouble, The Very Best of Redbone, Wovoka, Message from a Drum, Passion in the Dark|
Tony Bellamy, Peter DePoe, Lolly Vasquez, Pat Vegas
Danny Spanos Wikipedia
Danny Spanos (also known as George Spanos) is best known for his 1983 Rock and Roll EP "Passion In The Dark" which produced the top 40 hit single "Hot Cherie" in Mainstream Rock chart and received big airplay on radio stations nationwide in the summer of 1983. He also had songs on the soundtracks of 2 movies in 1983-84, Up the Creek used his song "Passion in the Dark", and the Tom Cruise movie All the Right Moves used his song "This Could Be Our Last Chance".
Danny Spanos was arrested in 1984. He also released "Looks Like Trouble" in 1984, which had disappointing sales, and the only single released "I'd Lie to you for Your Love" received little airplay, and was later turned into a country hit by The Bellamy Brothers.
He had a video for the song "Excuse Me" from "Passion in the Dark" which made it into the MTV video rotation in early 1983.
Born and raised in South Lyon, Michigan, he was known as George Spanos, and went on to play drums under his given name with several groups, including Redbone, known best for their hit song "Come and Get Your Love" in the 1970s. He also played drums on the theme music for the 1970s TV series Starsky and Hutch.