That is sad. I grew up with I'd Really Love To See You Tonight.
Dan Seals, the kid from Pleasant Grove who emerged as a country music star after performing as one-half of the top 40 hit machine known as England Dan & John Ford Coley, died Wednesday night from complications of lymphoma.
Dan Seals passed away March 25, 2009 following a valiant struggle with mantle cell lymphoma. He leaves behind thousands of fans, countless friends and a loving family. He enjoyed a musical career which spanned four decades and included hit records both as a member of pop duo England Dan and John Ford Coley, and as a solo country artist. In 1986 he won Country Music Association Awards for "Bop" and "Meet Me in Montana." He will forever be remembered for his gentle smile, easy going demeanor, his enduring faith and endless generosity.
I hadn't heard of his Passing. RIP.Linda Cannon-Mott said:...England Dan and John Ford Coley is some of my all time favorite music...
Thanks for posting this. I've loved this song since the first time I heard it, and it was great to hear it again.wilsondm2 said:A sad day indeed - Godspeed Dan - Thank you for your music....
My sentiments exactly - ditto - me too -Linda Cannon-Mott said:Dan Fogelberg another of my all time favorites. I cried when he died, so sad. Great musicians, what a loss. My iPod is filled with both of these guys music. One of my favorites from Fogelberg is The Wild Places, what an awesome song.
Talk about being out of touch! I had not heard this news at all! So sad...MichelleR said:That is sad. I grew up with I'd Really Love To See You Tonight.