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Sonny LeMaire

Sonny LeMaire

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Alfred William "Sonny" LeMaire (born September 16, 1947) is an American country music artist. LeMaire is best known as being the bass guitarist of the band Exile, a role that he first held in 1977. After lead singer J. P. Pennington quit the band in 1989, LeMaire alternated with Paul Martin on lead vocals, including the singles "Nobody's Talking" and "Yet". Following Exile's 1993 disbanding, LeMaire played bass for the band Burnin' Daylight between 1995 and 1997.

In addition to co-writing several of Exile's singles with Pennington, LeMaire wrote Restless Heart's 1992 hit "When She Cries", along with "What I Did Right" by Sons of the Desert, "Beautiful Mess" by Diamond Rio, "She Thinks She Needs Me" by Andy Griggs, and "Fall" by Clay Walker.

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