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Dean Daughtry

The Mc Coys

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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.


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Michelle LaRose talks with Andy Anderson & Dean Daughtry of Atlanta Rhythm Section for Ink 19
Michelle LaRose talks with Andy Anderson & Dean Daughtry of Atlanta Rhythm Section for Road To Jacksonville


phantomphotography.com [cached]

RTJ: You were saying Dean Daughtry's in the band.
I'm good friends with ARS (Atlanta Rhythm Section). Artimus: We want Dean to be there! He's had to have some Doctor stuff. RTJ: Yes he did. I was talking to Andy Anderson who said Dean is doing great!


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Michelle LaRose talks with Andy Anderson & Dean Daughtry for Road To Jacksonville
Having only one original member remaining [Dean Daughtry], The Boys From Doraville forge ahead with no intentions of retiring any time soon. We were able to catch up with founder Dean Daughtry and lead vocalist Andy Anderson to find out what the future holds for ARS and what the fishing's like in Alabama. Dean: That's Alan Acardi. Dean: Yeah! Very happy. He sings good and plays good. RTJ: If Dean Daughtry leaves the band, will Atlanta Rhythm Section continue? Andy: Well I would have to get with all the owners because Dean and Barry and Buddy still own the name and we would have to sit down and discuss that and see if they wanted us to continue. Dean: No. Not right now. Dean: I didn't even know we were recording one! [All laugh] Dean: I like it ok I thought it sounded good. Dean: Nobody told me. but I like it! Dean: Eufaula is a little fishing town that's almost becoming a city now. Dean: ... and write and fish, fish, fish and write! RTJ: What kind of fish were you getting? Dean: Well, all kinds. Dean: J.R. Cobb was the only one that ever caught anything that I ever saw. Dean: Bob Alou. Dean: We're working on that. Dean: Thank you.


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