Dan Seals

seals1February 8, 1948 – March 25, 2009

Dan Seals was a popular music and country artist who, like his big brother Jim (of Seals & Crofts fame) scored a number of hits throughout his career. His biggest hit was as a member of the soft rock duo England  Dan and John Ford Coley. Their “I’d Really Love To See You Tonight” reached as high as #2 on the Billboard pop chart. After England Dan (a childhood nickname given to him by Jim) and Coley parted ways, Seals embarked on a pretty successful solo country career. Recording more than a dozen albums and scoring a few modest hits, Dan was a fixture on the country scene for the better part of two decades. After undergoing a number of procedures to battle lymphoma, Dan Seals died at the age of 61.

Burial

Woodlawn Memorial Park – Nashville, TN

Specific Location

Sunset A; In the extreme southeast corner of the park, about three rows in from the eastern edge.

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