John Ford Coley and Terry Sylvester
In the '70's the duo of John Ford Coley and England Dan recorded "I'd Really Love To See You Tonight" and "We'll Never Have To Say Good-bye Again" and "Love Is The Answer." After retiring that duo, Coley has been active in radio, music production and touring. He has worked with such well known artists as Vince Gill, Eddie Money, Tom Wurth and Lynn Bryant. He has written a book, “Backstage Pass” and is working on another. His down-home Texas style humor made the concert sparkle with laughter.
Terry Sylvester from Liverpool, UK, started things with his group "Escorts" sharing stages around Liverpool with the Beatles. Then in 1968 he joined the "Hollies" and recorded such songs as "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" and "The Air That I Breathe" and many others. The Hollies recording of “Long Cool Woman In a Black Dress” has been heard in several movie sound tracks including “Lovely Bones” and the Denzel Washington movie “Remember The Titans.” Sylvester has five platinum, nine gold and six silver records ...so far. He and the rest of the Hollies were inducted this year into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.