Tennessee born singer-songwriter Dave Loggins has had his songs recorded by a long list of music stars such as Alabama, Reba McEntire, Toby Keith, Wynonna Judd and many others, earning himself recognition by the Nashville Songwriters' Hall Of Fame. His professional career began in the early 1970s, when he relocated to Nashville and signed a deal with MCA Music Publishing. In 1971, Loggins scored his first Top 10 hit on the Pop charts, when Three Dog Night recorded "Pieces Of April." The following year, Loggins signed his first recording deal with Vanguard Records. In 1972, he released his debut album, "Personal Belongings," which was followed in 1974 by "Apprentice in a Musical Workshop." The latter album included a moving sentimental ballad that would soon define his career. "Please Come To Boston" sailed up the Pop charts, earning Loggins a Grammy Nomination for best male vocal performance.
Dave Loggins, Keith Urban, and Little Big Town "We Got a Good Fire Going" Live.(Don Williams Tribute at 2011 ASCAP AWARDS.)