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Gerald Emerick

About Gerald Emerick: Gerald Emerick is a musician, actor, writer, and director. He was born in Philadelphia and grew up playing in bands in New Jersey. He gained notoriety as a punk/new wave rocker playing regularly at CBGBs on NYC's Lower Eastside with the band Quincy in the late 1970s. He recorded a single called Can't Live In A Dream with Quincy on CBGB Records then signed with Columbia Records to the biggest record deal ever for a new band up until that time. After recording several albums on the Columbia Records label, Emerick moved on. He formed Lulu Temple and later PTL Sound Club creating satirical "performance" alternative music. This led to various acting and theatrical endeavors. Emerick has since moved to Los Angeles where he has recorded music and appeared in numerous films, television shows, and commercials. Among his work is a short film he wrote and directed that featured Gary Oldman. He has recently been working on developing an idea for a television series about a band and also writing a multi media stage play/musical.

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