Musician Charlie Sexton's 1985 debut album yielded "Beat's So Lonely," which became an unexpected hit and turned the blues guitar prodigy into a 17-year-old MTV heartthrob. It also made him the butt of critics' jokes and gave him the reputation of rock 'n' roll pretty boy, better known for his chiseled cheekbones than his songwriting skills.

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