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Jukebox hero revisited

(Judy Miller Bailey)
By Kathleen Pierce
Globe Correspondent / November 25, 2011
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Who: Billy Squier What: He ruled the ’80s airwaves with “Everybody Wants You,’’ “Rock Me Tonite,’’ and the evocative “The Stroke.’’ Before growing big hair and shimmying into skintight jeans, Squier was a clean-cut jock who grew up in Wellesley. Forty-three years after graduating from Wellesley High School, the former glee club member returns to the school this weekend to perform at the sold-out Turn out the Lights Celebration.

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WHO
Billy Squier
WHAT
He ruled the ’80s airwaves with “Everybody Wants You,’’ “Rock Me Tonite,’’ and the evocative “The Stroke.’’ Before growing big hair and shimmying into skintight jeans, Squier was a clean-cut jock who grew up in Wellesley. Forty-three years after graduating from Wellesley High School, the former glee club member returns to the school tomorrow to perform at the sold-out Turn out the Lights Celebration.