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Daryl Stuermer


Daryl Stuermer was born on November 27, 1952 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. He is an actor and composer, known for Phil Collins: One More Night (1985), Genesis: Man on the Corner (1982) and Phil Collins: Sussudio (1985). He is married to Michaela. See full bio »

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Known For

Phil Collins: One More Night Music Department
(1985)
(1982)
Phil Collins: Sussudio Daryl Stuermer
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 1991 Phil Collins: Who Said I Would, Live (Music Video)
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 1990 Phil Collins: Something Happened on the Way to Heaven (Music Video)
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 1985 Phil Collins: Sussudio (Music Video)
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 1982 Genesis: Man on the Corner (Music Video)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Played the guitar solo on the Tony Banks song "Island In the Darkness" from his "Strictly Inc." album See more »

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Spouse:

Michaela
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Personal Quote:

The first time I heard Genesis was in 1977 when Jean-Luc Ponty loaned me a cassette with two of their albums, 'A Trick of The Tail' and 'Wind and Wuthering'. I was instantly a fan. In 1978 when I was asked to audition for Genesis I was excited. I flew to New York to play for Mike Rutherford. After four songs he said, 'I think you're the one.' The rest is history.

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Recruited by Genesis for their live shows after the departure of former lead guitarist Steve Hackett in 1977. See more »

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