Which artist and singer is behind the smile lyrics?
People remember him for his music, but behind the scenes he was always smiling: Ask anyone who knew the late Sam “Lugar” Rawhauser what they remember most about him and you’re bound to get one common answer. It’s not his crazy onstage antics as the frontman and guitarist for the midstate ‘80s new wave band the Sharks. It’s not his tousled blond mullet or tight acid-wash jeans. It’s not his vocals or lyrics on the MTV competition-winning single “On My Own.” It’s his smile. “He always had a smile on his face — the most real smile you could imagine,” said Shea Quinn, the bass player and singer for the Sharks. Rawhauser, 55, died Oct. 8 of complications from lung cancer, leaving behind the memory of a talented musician, gentle soul and genuine friend. “I’ll always remember Sam’s engaging spirit — the way he connected with people onstage and off,” said the band’s keyboardist, Mark Showers. “He was liked by everybody.” Rawhauser’s knack for befriending the people he encountered led to the fo
It’s not his vocals or lyrics on the MTV competition-winning single “On My Own.” It’s his smile. “He always had a smile on his face — the most real smile … Sources: http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&ct2=us%2F0_0_s_1_0_t&usg=AFQjCNFN_NPTC3Ebgt3IDLHLwtwHu_EA7A&sig2=F5SVzUx6u5GdUwBjuH8xmQ&cid=1452846280&ei=NxjaStijMIGo9ATomZCqAQ&rt=SEARCH&vm=STANDARD&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.pennlive.com%2Fmidstate%2Findex.ssf%2F2009%2F10%2Fsharks_frontman_sam_lugar_rawh.