Monday, July 14, 2008

Boys Club

Boys Club was a short-lived pop/R&B duo that consisted of Joe Pasquele and Gene Hunt (also known as Eugene Wolfgramm from the Jets).

The duo was formed after Eugene left the Jets in 1988. They were featured on the "License to Drive" movie soundtrack with the track "Time Starts Now."  
During that same year, they released their self-titled debut album, which peaked at #93 on the Billboard 200 chart.
They scored their only hit with "I Remember Holding You" which peaked at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #4 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary Tracks chart.
Two more singles: "Danglin' on a String" and "The Loneliest Heart" were released, but didn't make the charts at all. Eugene returned to the Jets by 1990 and is still active in his musical family.
In 1991, Joe released his solo album, "Prey" which didn't appear to make the charts. After that, he worked as a songwriter and played in various bands before leaving music in 1994 to join an Internet startup, working in technology.

According to Joe's official MySpace page, he lives in Nashville with his wife, still working on his music.

To see Joe's official MySpace page, go to:

To see the music video for "I Remember Holding You," go to:

To see the music video for "The Loneliest Heart," go to:

[updated on 02/26/13]

1 comment:

bomitoni said...

thanks for the info on joe!!! i actually have his solo album he did on MCA in 1991. it was pretty good. he had a single called "this could take all night" and featured martika on background vocals amongst others...glad to see he's still around!!!