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Rembrandts

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About Rembrandts
The Rembrandts are best known for their song "I'll Be There For You", which was the main theme for the hit television show Friends. Their signature, almost Beatles-esque sound, coupled with ringing guitar and fresh harmonies, rocketed them to stardom in the 90s, and their third album LP went platinum as a result. Despite that they are remembered primarily as a one-hit wonder, The Rembrandts had a fairly long history before "Friends" made them a household name. Lead vocalist Danny Wilde began his musical career as the lead singer of The Quick, an L.A.-based punk/power-pop combo briefly popular in the late 1970s due to their song "Pretty Please Me." The duo--Danny Wilde and Phil Solem--had roots in an early 1980s new wave/power pop band called Great Buildings, who released a single critically-lauded album on Columbia in 1981, spawning minor hits in "Hold On To Something" and "Maybe It's You". After they disbanded, Wilde released a series of slick '80s solo albums before rejoining wi ... Read More

Career Started: 1989
Official Website: http://www.therembrandts.net
Tags: rock, los angeles, duo, pop, classic,

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