The music career of Dave Loggins.
“Pieces of April,” a song Loggins wrote for Three Dog Night, reached #6 on the US charts in 1973. He also wrote songs for Wynonna Blake, Restless Heart (“Wheels,” “Fast Movin’ Trains”), Gary Morris (“I’ll Never Stop Loving You”), Reba McEntire (“Lookin’ For A New Love Story”), Alabama, Don Williams (“Just As Long But I Have You,” “We’ve Got A Good Fire Goin’,” “Maggie’s Dream”), Toby Keith (“Pick ‘Em Up And Lay ‘Em Down”) The single went to a number yet another for a week and appeared on the US home nation chart for a total of ten weeks.
When Loggins released “Please Come to Boston” in 1974, it was becoming his most famous song, reaching #5 on the US chart.
“Nobody Loves Us a Like You Do” was a duet that Loggins and Anne Murray recorded in 1984. It was a big hit in the country, reaching number one on Billboard’s Hot 100 National Singles chart. The song also won a number of awards, including Greatest Country Single at the Big Country Awards & Vocal Duo of the Year at the Country Music Association Awards in 1985.
After that, Loggins wrote a lot of music. He wrote the song “Augusta,” which is used as the theme music for The Master’s World Championship. It was later added to a record called The New Course Record, which had songs about golf. The Nashville Recording artists Hall of Fame made him a member.
Dave Loggins’ singles.
“Think of You” was on the 1972 album Personal Belongings.
“Please Come to Boston” (In a Musical Workshop on The Apprentice, 1974)
Apprentice (1974, In a Musical Workshop)
“Girl From Knoxville” (1974, from “Apprentice: In a Musical Workshop”)
“I’m Going Country” (Country Suite,1976)
“So Much For Our Dreams” is from the Our Winning Season OST from 1978.
David Loggins wrote “The Fool in Me” in 1979.
David Loggins wrote “Pieces of April” in 1979.