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Reply Donnie C. Brannen
12:01 PM on July 11, 2019 
Could you please send me the lyrics for "Touch of Pennsylvania"? Thanks!
Reply Greg Burns
12:31 PM on June 24, 2019 
Hello Kyle,

Wanted to check with you to see if Mr. Loggins could be available at any time this week for a brief telephone interview with THE EAGLE.FM as part of weekly countdown show that will be airing on Saturday June 29, 2019.

The specific feature is called ŠThe Billboard Top 20 Countdown. It?s a weekly Billboard countdown show, which counts down the top 20 songs on the charts for the current week of a new year each week.

This Saturday, the countdown is for the week of June 29, 1974, in which ?Please come to Boston? was climbing the charts. It would be a quick interview to chat about the song, ,stories behind the songs, and his amazing career and talk about some upcoming projects & tour date.

Listenership levels on THE EAGLE.FM range from 25,000+ adult consumers weekly who range between 35-64 years of age. We see most of our activity here in the US, however, we also have an impressive following in the UK, Canada, South America and other countries. We?ve recently interviewed other artists such as Kevin Cronin-REO Speedwagon, Paul Rodgers-Bad Company, Pat Simmons,-Doobie Brothers, Don Barnes-38 Special, Anne Murray, Randy Bachman, BJ Thomas, America, Foreigner, Styx, Toto, Rupert Holmes, Earth, Wind & Fire, Leo Sayer, Stephen Bishop and many others who have been guests on the show.

We are open to times and days this week and can be flexible. Please let me know if this would be possible and what time and day would works best.

ABOUT THE EAGLE.FM

THE EAGLE.FM is a worldwide streaming station that plays Nonstop 70s Hits and More. The station is heard in over 200 countries and territories worldwide through all Alexa Devices, Apps for all Apple and Android devices and through the on-line stream at www.theeagle.fm The Eagle.FM was launched in 2016 and steams commercial free.


Many thanks!

Greg Davis



Greg Davis
VP Operations
THE EAGLE.FM
www.theeagle.fm
Reply William L Barrineau
1:09 PM on June 18, 2019 
I kept digging and found an ad for the venue. It was back at a place called "The Down Under" on FSU campus back on October 11, 1976. The performer was Gregg Russell. I even found an ad crediting him with the song. Anyway.
Reply William L Barrineau
1:07 PM on June 18, 2019 
Lee Barrineau says...
I have a question for you that has been nagging me:
Back in college at Florida State University around 1978, at a small venue on campus called "The Rathskeller" I heard an artist who I swear claimed that he authored the song, "Please come to Boston," which was then recorded by Dave Loggins (I distinctly remember someone from the audience yelling out, "you mean Kenny Loggins" to which he replied, "dude, I should know who recorded my song."

He then told a story about how he contributed to the song "Take it Easy" by the Eagles.

But now, decades later, I can't find any credit for either of these songs to his name (which I can't remember). This was long before internet, and no one ever thought that he might have been making all this up...so my question is... was he? : )

I'd be fascinated to gain any light. Love your music!!

And Thanks
Reply Lee Barrineau
1:09 PM on June 11, 2019 
I have a question for you that has been nagging me:
Back in college at Florida State University around 1978, at a small venue on campus called "The Rathskeller" I heard an artist who I swear claimed that he authored the song, "Please come to Boston," which was then recorded by Dave Loggins (I distinctly remember someone from the audience yelling out, "you mean Kenny Loggins" to which he replied, "dude, I should know who recorded my song."

He then told a story about how he contributed to the song "Take it Easy" by the Eagles.

But now, decades later, I can't find any credit for either of these songs to his name (which I can't remember). This was long before internet, and no one ever thought that he might have been making all this up...so my question is... was he? : )

I'd be fascinated to gain any light. Love your music!!

And Thanks
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Reply Chris Maxwell
10:04 PM on June 3, 2019 
Does Dave ever perform? We would love to have him at our venue in Baton Rouge.
Reply Adrienne Durso
9:52 PM on June 2, 2019 
Please Come to Boston - haunting lyrics and one of the most true and sad songs I've ever known. Truly gifted writing.
Reply Mark Hopper
9:12 PM on May 24, 2019 
I have always loved "Apprentice in a Musical Workshop." Every song is about as perfect as a song can be.
Reply Joe Doyle
8:44 AM on May 5, 2019 
Thanks for all the inspiration through your incredible catalog of songs.
Health and happiness to you, Sir!

JD