Randy Quaid, Living in Canada After Legal Hassles in U.S., May Join Sheen Tour as It Heads North

Apr 12, 2011  •  Post A Comment

Randy Quaid, who escaped legal troubles in the U.S. by moving to Canada, is in talks to open Charlie Sheen’s tour when it shifts to Canada, reports the Globe and Mail.

Quaid’s record label, Maximum Music Group, is talking with Live Nation and says the idea was "favorably received" by the concert promoter, the article notes.

Quaid and his wife, Evi, claimed refugee status in Canada, saying they were targets of a murderous conspiracy of "star whackers."

The proposal to join Sheen’s tour would have Quaid performing two songs he’s recording for digital release later this month, a ballad called "Will We Be Together Then" and "Star Whackers,” which the article says is a "loud shouted-more-than-sung tune that starts with the idea of being arrested ‘just for being a celebrity’ and goes on to expand on their star whackers theory."

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