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robertoreg.blogspot.com

That's Robert Nix, not Dean Daughtry (top center). >The cat with the hat is Little Bobby Peterson, who played keys with the band before >Dean Daughtry joined, and later joined "The McCoys", and was featured on the "Human Ball" album (1969). >The McCoys w/ Bobby later played a daytime show at the Farm Center and David Adkins an I met them back stage. Dean Daughtry isn't in the Candymen picture attached.It's Bobby Peterson who preceded Dean in the Candymen.


robertoreg.blogspot.com

Dean DaughtryThat's Robert Nix, not Dean Daughtry (top center).>Dean Daughtry joined, and later joined "The McCoys", and was featured on the "Human Ball" album (1969).Dean Daughtry isn't in the Candymen picture attached.It's Bobby Peterson who preceded Dean in the Candymen.


atlantarhythmsection.com [cached]

ARS's Dean Daughtry is a long-time contributor to Tim's studio efforts.


www.classicbands.com [cached]

James Cobb and Dean Daughtry, members of The Classics IV, who had five Top 30 hits in the late 1960s, including "Spooky" and "Traces Of Love", went on to form The Atlanta Rhythm Section.
The words "Everybody Loves Somebody" appear on Dean Martin's grave marker in Los Angeles. Artie Kornfeld, one of the main concert promoters of the 1969 Woodstock Festival, co-wrote Jan And Dean's "Dead Man's Curve" and The Cowsills' "The Rain, The Park And Other Things".


www.atlantarhythmsection.com [cached]

ARS's Dean Daughtry is a long-time contributor to Tim's studio efforts.


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