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    Daughtry, Dean (8th September 1946-Present)

    He is a keyboard player and songwriter born in Kinston, Alabama.   He was a member of The Candymen and touring with Roy Orbison in the 1960s and when 1970 came around he joined the group Atlanta Rhythm Section, co-writing many of their songs.  He left them briefly in the mid 1980s but returned to the band in 1989.  He has also performed with Tom Wilson, Al Kooper, Newsong, Sea Hags, Michael Dyke, Frankie & Johnny and Mylon LeFevre. 

     

    Atlantic Rhythm Section recordings

    I'm Not Going to Let It Bother Me Tonight (Buddy Buie/Robert Nix/Dean Daughtry)

    The Ballad of Lois Malone (Buddy Buie/Robert Nix/Dean Daughtry/Barry Bailey)

                 

    Sources:

    1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlanta_Rhythm_Section
    2. www.atlantarhythmsection.com/arsStory07.htm

     

     

     

     

     



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