|Birth: ||Dec. 8, 1950|
|Death: ||Mar. 22, 1994|
Singer, Songwriter, Musician. Born Daniel Earl Hartman, he joined his first band at the age of 13, played keyboards and wrote much of the band's music. In 1972, he joined the Edgar Winter Group, played bass on three of their albums and wrote the band's second biggest pop hit "Free Ride". He launched a solo career in 1976 and wrote the song "Instant Replay" which hit number 1 on the disco charts. His other hits included "Heart of the Beat", "We Are The Young", "Second Nature", "Why Should I Worry?" and "I Can Dream About You", which was used in the film "Streets of Fire" (1984). He also re-recorded a version of "Free Ride" which used in the film "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie" (1995). (bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith)
Cause of death: Complications from AIDS
Cremated, Location of ashes is unknown.
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Record added: Jul 27, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 11276
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Added: Aug. 11, 2016
hi dan stoppin buy to say hello brother miss u so much love u forver u will always be my role model forver still play yur music rip brother love u so much|
Added: Aug. 7, 2016
hi dan rip miss u so much brother love u u well always be my role model forver|
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