Once the fame has gone, what do performers do when they leave the music industry?
Name & Band
Comments & Submittor Name
|Gentrys, Jimmy Hart||Pro Wrestling Manager||The Gentrys were best known for their 1965 hit "Keep On Dancin'". Hart, known as "The Mouth of the South", would be known for managing such pro wrestling stars as Hulk Hogan, Bret "The Hitman" Hart, and Greg "The Hammer" Valentine. - Todd W. Zimmerman|
|George Murphy, George Murphy||U.S. Senator||Once a song-and-dance man in 1930s and 1940s movie musicals, he vied for one of California's seats in the U.S. Senate in 1964 and won. This surprising career shift was satirized by Tom Lehrer. Mr. Murphy left office after only one term and has since passed away. - Raphael|
|Gerardo, Gerardo||He's an executive with a record company.||- Tim Kramar|
|Green Day, John Kiffmeyer/Al Sobrante||Coaching Baseball||He left just 2 years they shot to the top of the charts. Smart move... NOT - Josh|
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