Jonathan Edwards (born July 28, 1946, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA) is an artist, musician, folk singer, songwriter and performer, perhaps best known for his crossover folk singles "Sunshine" and "Shanty".
Nicolette Larson (July 17, 1952 – December 16, 1997) was an American singer best known for her cover version of Neil Young's "Lotta Love", which peaked at #8 on Billboard Magazine's Hot 100 chart in February 1979. She sang backing vocals on the Van Halen song "Could This Be Magic?" and on Neil Young's recording of Ian Tyson's folk classic "Four Strong Winds".
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1. An American pop band active in the 1970's
2. An alternative rock solo musician
3. A hard rock band from Australia
4. An electronica musician 1. Looking Glass was an American pop music group of the early 1970s that was part of the Jersey Shore sound. They are best remembered for their million selling 1972 song, "Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)".
There are 7 bands with the name "Gallery": 1) Gallery was a soft rock band of the 1970s. It was formed in Detroit, Michigan by Jim Gold. While Gallery did record a good amount of songs, they are most famous for their 1972 song called "(It's So) Nice to Be with You," released by Sussex Records, which earned the band a gold record for sales of one million copies.
From Wikipedia: "Bobby Sherman (born Robert Cabot Sherman, Jr., 22 July 1943, Santa Monica, California) is an American singer and actor, who became a very popular teen idol in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Atlanta Rhythm Section, sometimes abbreviated ARS, is an American rock band from the South The band unofficially formed in 1970 as former members of the Candymen and the Classics IV became the session band for the newly opened Studio One in Doraville, Georgia, near Atlanta.
Alan O'Day (October 3, 1940 – May 17, 2013) was an American singer-songwriter from Hollywood CA, whose best known for writing and singing "Undercover Angel," a number 1 pop hit in 1977 on Warner Brothers Music subsidiary Pacific Records.