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JOHN FORD COLEY ("I'D REALLY LOVE TO SEE YOU TONIGHT) PLAYING THE BROWARD CENTER ON FEBRUARY 14

JOHN FORD COLEY, ALONG WITH AMBROSIA, STEPHEN BISHOP & PETER BECKETT OF PLAYER TO PLAY THE BROWARD CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS ON VALENTINES DAY 2020 FOR THE

YACHT ROCK VALENTINES FLING





*****FREE TICKET GIVEAWAY*****


Four amazing contributers to the music of the 70's & 80's are coming to our backyard for a once in a lifetime performance of the songs that we all grew up listening to on the radio before CD's and digital downloads. Bring your sweetheart and have the time of your life with a memorable Valentines Day performance.


John Ford Coley took time out of his busy touring schedule to talk with Rockbandreviews.com. This interview was done a few months ago for a performance he was doing in Floridea. We thought it would be great to run it once again in advance of this performance. To hear the interview, click on the YouTube box below and enjoy.


Rockbandreviews.com will be giving away a FREE pair of tickets (on behalf of John Ford Coley) to one lucky winner. To qualify for the giveaway, like & share this interview on your social media.



JOHN FORD COLEY

In the meantime, here is a brief bio about John Ford Coley...


John is best known as half of the Grammy nominated duo England Dan & John Ford Coley.   Active throughout the 1970s, they released 11 albums and nine singles in their career and are best known for their 1976 single, "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight", a No. 2 pop hit and No. 1 Adult Contemporary hit.


They had six Top 40 singles between 1976 and 1979. Among their classic hits are "Love Is the Answer,” "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight,” "Nights Are Forever Without You,” "It's Sad to Belong,” and "We'll Never Have to Say Goodbye Again.”


After the duo disbanded, John began an acting career, making several television and film appearances in the 1980s.   He returned to an active touring schedule in the 1990s, along with serving as co-producer for artists such as Eddie Money.


He has also written his autobiography, entitled Backstage Pass, which tells fascinating tales of his many years in the music business.


He still undertakes a busy tour schedule, performing to devoted audiences worldwide.







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