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When the band hit the peak of its popularity in the 1970s, he was well known for his strange appearance, often remaining motionless over his keyboard which was a sharp contrast between Russell's animated and hyperactive frontman antics.
Ron's conservative clothes and unfashionable, Charlie Chaplin-esque toothbrush moustache attracted much attention, as does his current pencil moustache.
Onstage, Ron alternates between playing the keyboard and engaging in comic mime routines, often in connection with projections on backdrop.
The pair appeared as themselves in the 1977 disaster film Rollercoaster, performing live.
One of their first tracks was entitled "Collaborations Don't Work".
The supergroup was interviewed on BBC Radio 6 Music on April 27, 2015 and announced they would be appearing on Later...
The broader Mc Ternan family background: In John O'Hart's first book, "Families in Ireland from the 11th century to the end of the 16th century" he list a Mc Tiernan family from Co Fermanagh and a Lord Mc Tiernan from Co Cavan.
: "Every parent in Los Angeles sees their child as a potential movie star; when success eluded us in that field, piano lessons for me and violin lessons for Russell followed".
is born October 5, 1953, in Santa Monica, but according to real birthdates could be 19.
There has been a lot of rumours about the alleged "Day" surname instead of Mael : In the early 70's, Joseph Fleury (later Sparks manager) once printed an interview in the Fan Club magazine, in which the Maels claimed they were the sons of Doris Day.
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If you like him, just say it: I Ain't Ashamed of My Man Crush.