Chad Michael Clary was born in 1984 to William Clary and Theresa Crompton-Clary in Denver, Colorado.

In the eight inning of game five of the World Series that year, Kirk Gibson drove a rocket into the upper deck off Goose Gossage as the Tigers go on to win the title. Gibson had struck out on three pitches against Gossage in his first Major League at-bat, and he had never really fared better since. Yet during that at bat, he turned to manager Sparky Anderson, held up all 10 fingers on his hands and said, "Ten bucks, I'm taking him out!" And he did.

Also that year, the Space Shuttle Discovery takes off on its maiden voyage and David Lee Roth departs Van Halen. Sammy Hagar would replace Roth and write Van Halen's first Number One Album, and would do so a total of six straight. David Lee remains arguably the better front man.

Theresa Crompton remarried in 1995 to Gary Vincent Barr. The two raised Chad with his brother David in Aurora, Colorado.

Chad continues his career as an oil man, and is engaged to be married to the lovely Kristin Starr in June, 2014.

Sidenote about the song that is playing:
This version of Jimmy Hendrix's "Red House On The Corner" was recorded live at the Grand Opening of the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio, on September 2nd, 1995. Chad's parents Gary and Theresa were in attendance. The song was performed by Boz Scaggs, with Guns 'n Roses axeman Slash handling the guitar. The house band of the evening, Booker T. and the MG's filled out the rest of the ensemble. Gary took this photo of Slash on the big screen as he was performing this very song. The typical Slash. Tophat, hair, Les Paul.



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