John Ford Coley and Terry Sylvester



Singer, musician, actor and author John Ford Coley continues to play for a worldwide audience. Most famous for his work as half of the grammy-nominated duo "England Dan and John Ford Coley", where he's received double platinum and gold records, John also did teen films and a few TV roles in the 1980s, has written songs for films, and continues to produce other artists. Terry Sylvester's first single with the Hollies "Sorry Suzanne" reached number 3 in the UK charts and established the group once again as a top ten hit making act. Terry's first album "Hollies Sing Dylan" went even further, all the way to number 1. Soon after they recorded "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother", with the then unknown session man Elton John playing piano. The song became a world wide hit, and remains to this day an anthem for those who choose to help people less fortunate than themselves.

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