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Gallery was a soft rock band based in Detroit that centered on the talents of lead singer/guitarist/songwriter Jim Gold. Also featuring bassist/vocalist Dennis Kovarik and steel guitarist Cal Freeman, Gallery signed with the Sussex label and issued their debut album, Nice to Be With You, in 1972; it was co-produced by Dennis Coffey of "Scorpio" fame. The sweet title cut became a Top Five smash and the follow-ups -- Mac Davis' "I Believe in Music" and "Big City Miss Ruth Ann" -- both reached the Top 40. For their 1973 follow-up album, Gallery began billing Jim Gold out front and titled the record eponymously; they also fleshed out their studio musician-augmented lineup into an official band, with drummer Danny Brucato and second guitarist Fred DiCenso. However, the album didn't produce any further hits for the group; after one last one-off single, "Love Every Little Thing About You," Gallery disbanded and Gold embarked on a solo career that produced a couple of albums in the late '70s. ~ Steve Huey
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Stations Featuring
Gallery

    Super '70s

    Super '70s
    2 songs

Albums by
Gallery

Top Songs by
Gallery

  1.   Song
    Popularity
  2.   Nice to Be With You
  3.   I Believe in Music
  4.   There's An Island
  5.   Gee Wiz
  6.   You're Always On My Mind
  7.   Lady Luck
  8.   Nice To Be With You
  9.   Maybe Baby
  10.   Gee Whiz
  11.   Wonderful World
  12.   Louisiana Line
  13.   Big City Miss Ruth Ann
  14.   Nice to Be With
  15.   Riverboat Captain
  16.   Rest In Peace
  17.   Friends
  18.   Ginger Haired Man
  19.   He Will Break Your Heart
  20.   John McGuinn
  21.   Love Every Little Thing About You
  22.   Someone
  23.   Love Is You
  24.   Mystery Woman
  25.   River Boat Captian
  26.   Lover's Hideaway

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