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Birthday: September 17, 1950
Birthplace: Omaha, Nebraska

Birthname: John Waybill

Biography from 1989 Excellent Adventure Press Kit

Waybill is best known as the lead singer of the outrageous rock group, The Tubes.  Infamous for his wild stage antics, he initially made his mark with the hit "White Punks on Dope" and then later with the songs "She?s a Beauty" and "Don?t Touch Me There."  He made his film debut in "Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains . . . " and also appeared with The Tubes in "Xanadu."

Updated Biography

The Tubes have etched a unique place in the history of rock music . . . Fee Waybill was formerly the San Francisco group's roadie until 1972 when he was recruited to be the band's front man and singer.  Garnering a cult following, The Tubes became prominent in the 80's with their wildly imaginative videos like She's a Beauty and their surreal live shows.  The group disbanded in the late 80's but regrouped in 1993 and are still performing to this day.

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