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Donald Scott Smith (13 February 1955 – 30 November 2000), born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, was the original bassist for the Canadian rock band Loverboy, best known for their hit singles "Working for the Weekend" and "Turn Me Loose", although their U.S. Top Ten hits were "Lovin' Every Minute of It" in 1985 and "This Could Be the Night" in 1986. Smith originally studied guitar, and at the age of twelve moved to bass. He was majoring in English at the University of Manitoba when he received a call from Paul Dean in Vancouver inviting him to join the band known today as Loverboy. On November 30, 2000, he was sailing with two friends off the coast of San Francisco near the Golden Gate Bridge, when ... Continue Bio >>


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