Dan Hill is an internationally successful singer and songwriter credited with four #1 songs, 12 Top Ten records, one Grammy Award, five Juno Awards, four Platinum albums, and two Gold albums. His soulful 1977 album "Longer Fuse" and its smash single "Sometimes When We Touch" - co-written with Barry Mann - reached Platinum in the United States and gave Dan his third Canadian Gold album. The song was later recorded by Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Barry Manilow, Donny Osmond, Tammy Wynette, and many more. Dan was named "Top New Male Vocalist" in both Cashbox and Record World. He won Juno Awards for "Composer of the Year" and "Male Vocalist of the Year." Dan was honored to receive the Harold Moon Award, the highest honor given to a Canadian songwriter.
Celine Dion's album Falling Into You - which went 11 times platinum - featured Dan's song "Seduces Me," which she called her favorite song on the album in numerous concerts and interviews. She later performed "Seduces Me" every night during her five-year stint at Caesar's in Las Vegas and it was included in her 2008 DVD of her Caesar's show, which sold over a million copies.
Dan sang the song "It's a Long Road" on Sylvester Stallone's first Rambo film, First Blood. In 1988, Dan's "Never Thought (That I Could Love)" hit the top of the charts. In 1998 when Sammy Kershaw recorded Dan's "Love of My Life", Dan won ASCAP's award for one of the year's most played songs. Dan's work has also been recorded by George Benson ("In Your Eyes"), 98 Degrees ("I Do Cherish You"); Jeffrey Osborne ("In Your Eyes"), Jennifer Rush ("Healing Power of Love"), Reba McEntire ("Back Before The War"), Kathy Mattea ("I Have Always Loved You"), The Backstreet Boys ("Promise You"); Britney Spears ("When I Found You"); and Michael Bolton ("Slowly")
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