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  • Apr 5, 1976
    Pop duo England Dan & John Ford Coley, featuring future country star Dan Seals, record "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight" at the Studio By The Pond in Hendersonville, Tennessee
    Oct 12, 1976
    Future country singer Dan Seals picks up a gold single from the RIAA as a member of England Dan & John Ford Coley, with "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight"
    Dec 1, 1976
    Dan Seals receives a gold album from the RIAA for the first time, as one-half of the pop duo England Dan & John Ford Coley, in honor of "Nights Are Forever"
    Dec 15, 1976
    England Dan & John Ford Coley record the pop hit "Gone Too Far," with Dan Seals on lead vocals, at the Studio By The Pond in Hendersonville, Tennessee
    Dec 16, 1976
    England Dan & John Ford Coley record the pop hit "It's Sad To Belong," with Dan Seals on lead vocals, at the Studio By The Pond in Hendersonville, Tennessee
    Jul 11, 1977
    The pop and R&B hit "Angel In Your Arms," by Hot, is certified gold by the RIAA. Barbara Mandrell later remakes it for the country market
    Sep 6, 1977
    England Dan & John Ford Coley, including future country singer Dan Seals, record "We'll Never Have To Say Goodbye Again" during an afternoon session at the Studio By The Pond in Hendersonville, Tennessee

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