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Dion

Dion

Easily the suavest of New York City's late-1950s white teen idols, Dion DiMucci broke from that clean-cut pack with an engagingly cool, streetwise swagger epitomized by "The Wanderer." Through the years, he has boldly essayed new musical directions with mixed results, yet endured as an influence on rock singers ranging from Billy Joel to Lou Reed.

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