Jules Mark Shear (born 1952) is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. He wrote the Cyndi Lauper hit single "All Through the Night" and The Bangles' hit "If She Knew What She Wants", and had a minor hit as a performer with "Steady", which reached number 57 on the US charts in 1985.
Shear was born in Pittsburgh in 1952. He attended the University of Pittsburgh. He had distinguished himself with the Pitt Glee Club where he led a special side ensemble called Wooden Music, which used acoustic instruments, in a foreshadowing of his "Unplugged" concept. One of his noted songs of the time, which he performed in concerts with the glee club, was "Always in the Morning." He left Pitt after three years in 1973, and headed to Los Angeles to pursue a music career.
Shear is married to singer/songwriter Pal Shazar...
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