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Jermaine Stewart (September 7, 1957 – March 17, 1997) was an American singer, best known for his androgynous image as well as his twin hits: "The Word Is Out", from his 1984 debut album of the same name, and "We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off", from 1986's 'Frantic Romantic'. Born in Columbus, Ohio to parents Ethel M. Stewart and Eugene Stewart, Jermaine always enjoyed dancing and, in school, he would… read more

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  • Pure 80's!!! :-)
  • Amazing music!
  • Great artist. RIP.
  • Great Singer RIP
  • This is the best pic in there: should be voted up
  • Happy birthday Jermaine! RIP
  • MUSICAL YOUTH 'Pass The Dutchie' will headline a show at New Cross Inn in London NEXT SATURDAY, 8th September! Supporting them will be...CHAINSKA BRASSICA + ONE JAH + One more support to be announced. Tickets are £10 in advance: Facebook event:
  • I am listening to this man almost for the first time in life tonight...this artist had a damned impressive voice. May he rest in peace. I did not realize he was dead...and damn, it's been 15 years!!!
  • mythical
  • The word is out!!

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