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Billy Squier

Billy Squier (born May 12, 1950, in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts) is a rock musician. He had a string of arena rock and power ballad type hits in the 80s. He's probably best known for the song "The Stroke", on his 1981 album 'Don't Say No'. Said album has been RIAA certified as triple-platinum. Other hits include "Lonely Is The Night", "Everybody Wants You", "In The Dark", "My Kinda Lover", and "Rock Me Tonite". Squier left the music industry in the mid-90s, due in part to issues with his label as well as changing musical trends. Read more on

Billy Squier has 9 songs that have been featured in movies like 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs, Let's Go to Prison, Hello I Must Be Going and Larry Crowne. What is your favorite song by Billy Squier?


Songs from Billy Squier

The Stroke
Everybody Wants You
In The Dark
Fast Times (The Best Years of Our Lives)
On Your Own
My Kinda Lover
99 Problems
Stroke Me