Shot along with "In The Dark" and "My Kinda Lover", "The Stroke" is one of Billy's signature performance videos from "Don't Say No."
Jul 24, 2022 · And while the world more than likely thought that the overplayed success of “The Stroke” from Don’t Say No was as loud as it could get for Billy, with “Everybody Wants You”, Squier turned his second single from Emotions In Motion into even more rock and pop culture fame. Enough to at least keep him afloat until he danced his way to ...
"The Stroke" is a song written and recorded by American rock artist Billy Squier. It was released in 1981 as the debut single from his 3× Platinum album Don't Say No. This was Squier's first single to chart, reaching No. 17 on the US Billboard Hot 100. It was a bigger hit on rock radio, reaching No. 3 on the Top Tracks chart.
The Stroke Fingerstyle - Billy Squier. Shout Fingerstyle - Tears For Fears. Snake Eater Fingerstyle - Norihiko Hibino. Summer Breeze Fingerstyle - Seals And Crofts. Scar Tissue Fingerstyle - Red Hot Chili Peppers. Super Mario Bros. Theme Fingerstyle - Koji Kondo. Sad But True Fingerstyle - Metallica. The Safety Dance Fingerstyle - Men Without Hats
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Jun 20, 1981 · The Stroke Billy Squier 44 40 6 44 40 6 Credits Share. Producer(s): M.Squier, B.Squier, Not Listed. Imprint/Promotion Label: Capitol/Unknown.
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