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Name  Dean Daughtry

Role  Musician
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Music groups  Atlanta Rhythm Section (Since 1971), The Candymen (1965 – 1972)
Albums  Champagne Jam, Third Annual Pipe Dre, The Boys from Doraville, Back Up Against the Wall, Atlanta Rhythm Section '96
Similar People  Robert Nix, J R Cobb, Paul Goddard, Ronnie Hammond, Roy Yeager

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Dean Daughtry (born September 8, 1946, in Kinston, Alabama) is an American musician. He was the keyboard player with the Classics IV after Joe Wilson departed. They had a 1968 #3 US/#46 UK hit with "Spooky". He co-founded the Atlanta Rhythm Section in 1971, and is their sole constant member. They had a #7 US hit in 1977 with "So into You" and a #7 US hit in 1978 with "Imaginary Lover".

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