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Dave Loggins

Loggins wrote for MCA Music in New York before recording on the Vanguard label in 1972. His fifteen minutes of fame came in 1974 with "Please Come to Boston." He is the second cousin of Kenny Loggins. ~ Bil Carpenter, Rovi
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I saw Dave Loggins in concert around 1979. He played with another man on accompanied acoustic guitar. In my 58 years of life, seeing almost everyone in concert at sometime in my life, this particular concert with Dave Loggins, two men, two acoustic guitars, two microphones tops my list. To this very day I am still amazed. The best!
Dave Loggins had two albums that I know, Apprentice in a Musical Workshop and one other I do not recall right now. If you can find them,
well........ . . l i s t e n .
What a beautiful song.
sanchopaz
Pieces of April- a great song was a big hit for Three Dog Night
Totally love this song. One of my favs back in the day and really now. I'll have to check him out again.
He was great in the late 80's. !!
rjfl99
I didn't know he wrote You've Got Me To Hold On To, performed by Tanya Tucker. He does it himself on Please Come to Boston.
Love this song, love his voice
WOW so GOOD........ . .
He's depressing
I love this song. Reminds me of lonesome days in my youth when I was bored with my small town.
210854265
why cant i lissen to dave loggins
Hey everyone, Kenny couldn't show up tonight but....
killer tune
wow
Correction.. . A p p r e n t i c e in a Musical Workshop
Apprentice in a workshop..is one of the best Albums ever
I love this song,I saw Dave Loggins in Colorado, a looong time ago, in the 70's. great song..
Love this song. Always have. Always will
I'm friends with his son who is equally amazing in his own right. This is one of my all time favorite songs. Simply beautiful.
Wow great bio! FAIL
jondilorenzo
great talent great controled vocals great songs luv u pandora great work
fans of dave loggins: did you know dave wrote the musical theme to the masters golf tournament heard this time of year---fanta s t i c !
Renata said it perfectly
tcampbel9
I love this song!!
I always have loved this song for it's deep, haunting, longing feel. Dave's voice is so beautiful... just wish he stayed around longer making music.
robinsnestx1 5 h o m e
'One way ticket to paradise' is one of the best country rock albums of all time.
I saw David in a small venue concert in 1977 in Danville, VA - a big group band played as his lead they were OK then David came out with 2 other acoustic guitarists - they blew the house away. One of best memories and still a great musician!
David Allen Dave Loggins (born November 10, 1947 in Mountain City, Tennessee) is a singer, songwriter and musician. He is widely remembered for his 1974 composition Please Come to Boston, which was a top-10 hit in the U.S. for him, and was subsequently covered by numerous other artists. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1995.
Loggins also wrote Pieces of April for Three Dog Night, which became a top-20 hit in 1973. He has written material for Restless Heart, Wy
kbmcpm
Three Dog Nights highly harmonic version of Pieces of April is also fabulous- worth a listen!
robinsnestx1 5 h o m e
ne Way Ticket to Paradise is one of my favorite albums of all time.
Awesome talent, haunting voice, great arrangements . . . this man is totally underappreci a t e d , much like my other song-writer hero, Dan Hill
wseelnc
Great song when drivig or anywhere for that matter.
suzanne.han5
Please Come to Boston is one of my Top 10 songs of all time! I'm also a fan of his other work, especially Sunset Woman (the album version). I agree...this artist is definitely underrated.
What a tremendous talent. Wish he had written and recorded more of his own music.
I have loved Dave Loggins music for many years..I still play his album Apprentice in a Musical Workshop"..h a d to go out and buy a record player. The music is so fine.
joe7995
I just watched Kenny Loggings 2 weeks ago and this dude is not even close to the talent level of Kenny. Debbie I think you have it the other way around. Kenny blows away his cuz!!!!!

debbie.baird says: 08-20-2010 I've loved Dave Loggins since I first heard him. His "One Way Ticket To Paradise" album is incredible. His voice is so beautiful it makes me cry. Kenny Loggins doesn't hold a candle to his cousin Dave!
What is he doing on that yellow album cover?
By the way, did anyone tell you hot hot you looked back then? I didn't know you then, but I did love your music. I'm just thankful for when I met you, because your constructive words, saved me from singing, without the children hearing me. I know you know, what I mean. Muah!!!
Janice
I love you Dave!! I will always have Gatlinburg, with you and Allen. I think of you often. You're an amazing man. Love you so much.
Janice
debbie.baird
I've loved Dave Loggins since I first heard him. His "One Way Ticket To Paradise" album is incredible. His voice is so beautiful it makes me cry. Kenny Loggins doesn't hold a candle to his cousin Dave!
Fist time Pandora has played this on any of my stations, I think. I love the song.
cjohannes4
Is "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do" sung with Ann Murray?
Yes, Dave Loggins is under-apprec i a t e d . Surprisingly , Andy Williams did an amazing cover of Dave's "Pieces of April" in 1972, singing the chorus in soaring, three-part harmony.
I've listened to Dave Loggins for three decades. Like Skip Ewing, he has been one of the most under-apprec i a t e d and unrewarded singer/songw r i t e r s in recent american history. Like Gary, I would appreciate a more thoroughly comprehensiv e biography.
Give him a listen and expect a lot more than you might from this very poor "Biography." - Great singer / song writer - "Pieces of Apri" and so many more - Pandora, you really missed on this one!
t_heath
What a great song!!!!
I'll have to check out some other albums because I liked one way ticket
The album "Apprentice in a Musical Workshop" is a great album to listen to. It has Please Come To Boston but the other songs are just as good.
Whatever happened to Davids album "One Way Ticket to Paridise" ?????
If you loved "please come to boston" you'll be hypnotized by his album "country suite". Just like "..boston", you actually envision every story as you listen.
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