John Easdale

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John Easdale (born September 20, 1961[1] in Wayne, New Jersey) is the lead singer and songwriter for the American band Dramarama.

Easdale grew up in Wayne, New Jersey, and graduated from Wayne Hills High School.[2]

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  1. ^ Birth of John Easdale [1] Accessed March 28, 2009 on the internet.
  2. ^ Agnish, Jai. "Dramarama", The Montclair Times, November 28, 2005. Accessed October 6, 2007. "The journey began in Wayne, where Easdale and the original bandmates - Mark “Mr. E Boy” Englert, Peter Wood, and Chris Carter -- grew up. It takes them through the hallways of Wayne Hills High School and rehearsals in the basement of the Sound Exchange record store on Route 23 in Wayne."

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