Dan Fogelberg

The late Dan Fogelberg (August 13, 1951, Peoria, Illinois – December 16, 2007, Deer Isle, Maine) was an American singer/songwriter who had several gold and platinum releases in the late 1970's and early 80's. During his solo career, under assistance of Eagles manager Irving Azoff, he rose to prominence and epitomized the soft rock 70s sound. He also voiced his concerns on social and ecological issues, including the No Nukes concerts, and worked in the studio with a diverse variety of musicians including Van Morrison Read more on Last.fm
The First Christmas Morning
Bell Fantasy/ Hark the Herald Angels Sing
At Christmas Time
The First Christmas Morning
This Endris Night
Feast of Fools
I Saw Three Ships
In the Bleak Midwinter
Yule Dance
What Child Is This?
O, Tannenbaum
We Three Kings
Christ, The King
No Resemblance Whatsoever
County Clare
Forever Jung
Todos Santos
Isle Au Haut
The Face Of Love
Is This Magic
The Wild Places
Aurora Nova
The Wild Places
Song of the Sea
Anastasia's Eyes
Blind to the Truth
Lovers in a Dangerous Time
Rhythm of the Rain
Bones in the Sky
The Spirit Trail
Ever On
What You're Doing
Lonely in Love
Seeing You Again
She Don't Look Back
Hearts in Decline
It Doesn't Matter
Our Last Farewell
Beyond the Edge
Windows and Walls
The Language of Love
Windows and Walls
The Loving Cup
Tucson, Arizona (Gazette)
Let Her Go
Sweet Magnolia (And the Traveling Salesman)
Gone Too Far
Twin Sons of Different Mothers
Twins Theme
Lazy Susan
Guitar Etude No. 3
Lahaina Luna
Paris Nocturne
Since You've Asked
The Power of Gold