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  • Wow! Who turned on the time machine. Many great nights at Frog Pond, Terry's, Old College, the Sigma Chi house or wherever Dirk & Tony were playing.  Good fun, Great music!! Still love seeing Dirk around A town.  Fred L.  8/5/10

  • Wow, what a great "blast from the past" to hear "Lost Between Two Worlds"! Saw Tony here in Columbia TN last summer and Dirk will always be a brother to me!
    Peggy J.  2/13/10

  • Dirk & Tony are so fabulous! I remember them at the Holiday Inn and also at Terry's. These two great songs were prominently featured on every jukebox on fraternity row (and I still treasure my 45!)Thanks, guys! J.R.   8/11/09

  • How fun! I remember those days so
       well and miss them. Anybody
       remember the front and back? It
       was a Tony invented dance.
Hope H F - 7/11/09

  • You (Dirk and Tony) are one of my fondest memories of UGA!!!!!  My best friend and I STILL sing, "Silly Little Girl" when we are on road trips together!  Deb Mc.  6/23/09

  • That really was a blast from the past!  The last time I saw Dirk and Tony perform was at Jon Tuck’s graduation party in the mid seventies.  What a party!  Love the photo.  And we all thought we looked so cute back then – foolish folks!  Thanks for the memory.  Leslie  P. 3/20/09

  • I have the songs on my Ipod now in the car...............cruisin' in the afternoon just got better!
L.D.  3/20/09

  • Great site!! I really appreciate Dirk and Tony spotlight.They've entertained multitudes when they worked together and still are today on their own.
R. Jenkins  3/20/09

  • Thank you, thank you, Larry!  I always enjoy the music you select but this (Dirk and Tony) is the best yet!!  Talk about memories!
  Melody P.  3/20/09

  • "Oh yeah - played this many times today.  I sent it on to a few folks who are not on the list.  The pictures almost made me sad - too much time has flown by.  Loved hearing the song again.  So glad you were able to get it on there.   I think I played it 3 times at least."  Betsy K.  3/20/09

  • Dirk, Looking GOOD my brutha!! I love the earlier pics of you and Tony.  I hope to get to Athens again one of these days, soon, and hear you sing. You are a treasure! Bobby D.
3/20/09

  • Awesome!!  Debbie G.  3/20/09

  • Loved hearing this song again!!!  When will y'all be playing together again?   Gilbert M.  3/20/09

  • Good morning & Happy first day of Spring!!!! What a great way to start my morning, Dirk and Tony!
Patti  W. 3/20/09

  • You did a wonderful job on this week!!!!  Dirk and Tony takes ya back a long way to some good times!!!
Thanks, Rhonda  T. 3/20/09

  • Tina R. shared this and it was great fun.  Thanks from Oregon. 03/13/09

  • Great to see you bashing the drums in the group video that your mum sent, we spotted her dancing. Also enjoyed the music played by the group. Uncle Jack & Aunt Carole in the U.K. 02/19/09

  • Thanks bsh69r, I missed that.  Two heads or more are better than one.
  02/17/09   friday@fridayinathens.com

  • Correction: The song that's played here was done by Scott McKenzie and is called "San Francisco".  The MP3 is mistitled. Aside from that, I love your site...absolutely a great site and will keep revisiting it.  :-)                 bsh69r         02/16/09

  • Really enjoying the site.  Love the featured act (The Zombies) and their music.  Great work you do.
     A service.  Barry H.  02/06/09

  • This ("Ain't That Peculiar") used to be the song back then!  Heidi R. 01/29/09

  • One of my all time favorite groups "The Intruders", doing one of their best!  I play this one on my home system at least once a week.  Your buddy, Dirk H.         12/05/08

  • You’ve created something wonderful with your Friday website.  Something positive to look forward to each week. Can’t wait to see what’s on the plate for this week.  Leslie P. 11/17/08

  • Thanks for the wonderful music I enjoy it... Great site   Connie  9/11/08

  • Larry,  Live for "Fridays"....I even get up and put on my tornado red shoes and tap along to the songs!!!
A.P.    7/11/2008

  • Growing up as an "old school" listener, I love this kind of music. Thanks so much for putting real music on so we all can hear what it was like back then. This music is NOT DEAD, it's still alive; and people like "us", the listeners keep it alive!
Babedoll  7/9/2008

  • This "Private Number" was always a great song.  Too bad they did not have more hits.  I loved this song.  Harper  7/9/2008

  • Don and Juan were one of the great Doo-Wop singing Duo's out there.  Love 'em!  "All That's Missing Is You" is one of their rarest records!  Northern Soul! Brian Y.  7/2/2008

  • Larry; What would Friday's be without you and Friday is Always coming in Athens? Jimmy J      6/30/2008

  • Thank you for this site, I'm french and
  I have 40 years. I am a collector of
  vinyl and American music oldies, soul,
  funk.  Il are very few in my french
  cas.Je this site is fantastic because I
  found some artist American and that
  I discovered the other, bravo and
  keep this site.      5/20/2008

  • Hey! I haven't heard this song since I was visiting LLC in the summer of 1972. I was crazy about her... wow! Thanks for sharing this song with the public! MSH    5/19/2008

  • The words to this song (Expressway to Your Heart) are quite interesting. Larry keep the tunes coming.  
  TC jJ     5/19/2008

  • First timer for me.  I love your terrific format and exciting info.  I feel like I'm back in Athens.  ES   5/14/2008

  • IT DOESN'T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS----THIS IS THE BEST!!!!    Unknown    5/9/2008

  • I love it. I am learning about all of these singers and I'm only
  16 years old.    Unknown     5/8/2008

  • Hey you,
  I LOVE that song by the Casinos
  this week.  I think it's
  one of the prettiest "pop" songs ever
  written and a great slow dance song.
  :) I keep getting a flash back of a
  girl/boy party in 6th or 7th grade.
  I remember slow dancing with
  someone - maybe Kevin.  I can
  almost see the room (someone's
  basement/ rumpus room) and I
  know the guy had on a sweater but I
  can't quite see the
  face.  I'll keep you posted.  Anyway -
  thanks for playing it for me.  
  Take care.    B.  -  4/25/2008

  • Larry - Thanks so much for Otis!
  Can you find "Then You Can Say
  Goodbye" by The Casino's?   Thanks!
  Betsy     4/18/2008

  • Thanks for sharing the one hit wonder.
  I'm surprised this only made it to #7
  as its played quite often as an oldie.
  Keep the sounds coming.
  JJ    4/13/2008

  • Lovin the tunes, Larry.See ya in June. Randy R.  3/21/2008

  • Mr. Larry; Thanks for all you do for us little people.
Sincerely JJ    3/7/2008

  • Thanks Larry!  Nothing like a Dirty Old Woman!  Betsy
3/3/2008

  • This is very cool.My kind of music. Thanks.  George S.
   2/29/2008

  • Larry,  Does anyone remember the days at Legion Field with POCO & Pure Prairie League and the music park behind the pool and all the good times concerts concerts?
Bill M.    2/29/2008

  • Mr. Green sure does have a smooth voice. I'm surprised he didn't do even better.  JJ     2/18/2008

  • Hey Larry - Ever heard of "Dirty Old Woman" by Denise La Salle?   You make my Fridays.  Betsy
2/15/2008

  • Enjoyed Joe Cocker. Thanks folks. - Jim  2/8/2008

  • This is a great song. Larry keep the tunes coming.
TC YF JJ  2/8/2008

  • A WONDERFUL site-  Thanks for keeping GOOD MUSIC- Alive. - Big Doc-Bdge, GA  2/8/2008

  • Greetings to all at FIA!
  I've been longing to hear "The Bus' by
  the late, great Billy Preston. Any
  chance you got that in your vaults?
  Here's to a soulful 2008!
  Carlos - Cleveland, OH  1/29/2008

  • Hey Larry, I just read about Miles and Jimi being friends. How about some Hendrix soon.
Love the website, Joy  1/18/2008

  • Great to get the Twelve Days of Christmas.
  Thanks, Pat M. 12/28/07

  • A great way to enjoy the history of music and the  beautiful sounds of the blues.  Robert B.  12/7/2007

  • Enjoyed your special on the Rolling Stones. I would like to see more on Blues Artist old and young. Keep it Groovin.  Robert B.  11/28/2007

  • Larry, Johnny Guitar Watson really brings back some wasted brain cells!  Wore out the grooves in that album the year it came out.  Thanks David L.  11/9/07

  • Watson is the man!!!   Your Bro. Young Robert!  11/9/07

  • OMG, This song (Humble Pie - Thirty Days In The Hole) so reminds me of you Larry and 1972! LOL  Andrie - 10/5/07

  • I love this website, I have to listen to this each and every day.  Thank you very much.  I will share this with all my
  co-workers and friends. Nate  9/30/07

  • Love this site! I call it "Continuing Music Education"! I know the songs, but I didn't know all the stories behind the people who performed them.   Andrie - 9/23/07

  • Can you dig up Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel by Tavares?  Thanks! D. - Cleveland OH   8/17/07

  • The site is wonderful Larry and the music is just awesome!!!  I love visiting It's Friday In Athens!!!!  Please keep this going forever!!!! - Dierdra L. - President/CEO, Getan Records, THE LIGHTHOUSE GOSPELETTES!!! Athens, GA  7/29/07

  • It's Friday? How about "Don't Roll Your Bloodshot Eyes at Me" for a little local flavor?  Mark B. 7/27/07

  • Consider the Manhattans on Friday’s!  Frank P.  7/27/07

  • Larry!!!! You MADE my day with "Build Me Up"! I'm on vacation in Santa Barbara and sent it to my co-workers with the threat that I can now play it anytime I want! Psych! Hello Don M in the bay area and to Betsy! Everyone raves about your site, Larry! It's awesome! Gratefully yours, Scotty  7/20/07

  • Hey Larry,  Before the summer's over we need something from the summer of love for its 40th anniversary. It's for us in the bay area.  Don M.  7/13/07

  • Hey Larry The music is just great.Would also like to hear'The Horse' by Cliff Nobles. Thanks.  Double Divine 7/6/07

  • Hey Larry,  Remember those instrumentals that played before the top of the hour on AM Radio?  How about "The Horse" by Cliff Nobles or "Soul Finger".
Thanks!  Betsy K.  6/30/07

  • Larry, If I ever need a D.J. Guess what,You The Man!!! Thanx: Corndog  6/22/07

  • Yes! it's Friday and I'm up here jammin' in Cleveland, OH. How about some Soul Generation - Body & Soul (That's the Way It's Got to Be) Ya'll remember that one?  Have a great weekend!  losplus 6/22/07

  • How about Earth, Wind and Fire?  Angie G.  6/6/07

  • Hooray for Friday!!   Mary A. 6/1/07

  • This group (The Four Tops) is great. Thanks VM Jimmy J. - 5/25/07

  • Thanks for a Friday of Dusty Springfield, The Look of Love. Erica from Red Lobster, thanks for the look. - F.L. 4/5/07

  • I love this site! Any chance I could hear "Coldest Days Of My Life" by the Chi-Lites?  -  4/4/07

  • I would love to hear "Unchained Melody" by the Righteous
Brothers or "Fats" Domino's
"Ain't That a Shame" or
"Blueberry Hill."  Thanks,
Patrick - 3/30/07

  • Hey Larry! You are amazing! I have my whole office dancing to these! Just great! Can you do a BeeGees for my boss and slip in Build Me Up Buttercup? I sing it anyway at work, may as well have the music to go along with it (the more to torture my co-workers with! Looking forward to all the Fridays-with-Larry! :) Scotty - 3/30/07

  • Oh, my goodness, you found "Black Pearl."  I nearly fainted this am, when I opened the site.  Thank you sooooo much.  Blessings  P.W. Smith - 3/30/07

  • Please add "Black Pearl" by The Checkmates...not sure what year, but thinking mid 60's.  Thanks sooooooo much.
P. Smith - 3/23/07

  • This is a great website.  My mom always listened to the "Oldies" station here, and I wanted to be just like my Mom, so I started listening to it and I loved it, and this website has some of my favorites.   M. Pierce - 3/22/07

  • Hey, I love the t-shirt.  I have had it on
  since I got home from Arizona.  You
  did a good job. That was a great
  song last Friday (Wang Dang Doodle)
  - didn't know it but who ever
  requested it is someone I
      would like to hang with. And then
  today we had
  The Zombies....that took me back to
  8th grade and one of my first boy/girl
  parties. They were always held in
  someone's basement and the lights
  would go off by 9:00.
  That song always seem to bring on
  lots of smooching.  I will
  not be naming names....  ;)
  Thanks again,
  Betsy

  • This is awesome!!! Thanks for the great site and fabulous music!! WooHoo!! Jen B. - 2/18/07

  • I could not have picked a better artist. Thanks, Pat M.

  • Thank you Larry - You have made my day! Betsy K.

  • Mr. Larry, I really enjoyed Roy Head-Hey Hey. YF
Jim J. - 2/5/07

  • This always gets my Friday off to a great start!  Love it!
  Debbie - 1/26/07

  • Every once in a while my mornings are worth rising for, this has been one of them with Tina Turner.
  Thanks Bill S. - 1/19/07

  • Keep up the good work. JJ - 1/19/07

  • Wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year 2007!  I remember at this time in 1969 we were really gettng into Abbey Road!  But oh, how I love the sweet soul music of the 60's and 70's as well.  Thanks for your work in keeping this music alive.  And keep on sending it, Brother!    Dennis M. - 12/29/06

  • Moonchild Diva in Motown - found the site by looking for Billy Stewart!  I think you answered my question...who played bass on Billy's recordings?  SO THANK YOU for clearing up the mystery! - 12/11/06

  • Billy Stewart , alright, one of my favorites.   Also, Jerry Butler, Major Lance, Willy Tee....
Your friend, Dirk H.

  • Thanks for Billy Stewart Larry - You have made
my day!  Betsy K. - 12/8/07

  • I look forward to Friday's email.  This is great.
Linda L. - 12/8/07

  • Wow! From your personal E-Mail account. I forward "Its Friday in Athens!!!" on to my friends often. The folks here at work are trying to figure me out. Their 56 year old C.E.O. sits in his office every Friday morning booming out R&B. Though it works for me, its not the type of behavior they  expect from someone in my position. BLUES BANKER!
  T. Turgeon -

  • Thanks for Joe T. Luv'd it! Roy Head and the Traits?
Hope you had a good Turkey Day.
  T. Turgeon - 11/27/07

  • I keep waiting for Jackie Wilson and Billy Stewart....I have
  decided that like me, you have an
  older brother or sister who had you
  listening to this music as a kid.
    Hope all is well your way.
    Betsy K. - 11/25/06

  • How about a little Joe Tex?  T. Turgeon

  • Thanks, "I LOVE IT! Makes my day! M.N. - 9/29/06

  • WOW WOW WOW AN OUTSTANDING REVIEW OF THE real STYLE OF MUSIC - Atlanta Cooking - 9/23/06

  • In my time, this is the most fascinating music I have ever heard.  **86 - 8/17/06

  • Keep up the great and extremely important work. We met I believe at Michael Guthrie's house a few weeks ago at the HVARII Reunion. I am a great lover of our R&B and it's great to see someone who truly cares about it. Ole!
T. Turgeon - 8/2/06

  • Again, the "It's Friday" series is great - I love it every week and have sent it on to so many folks -
      thanks again.  Betsy K.

  • Aretha is my personal favorite so far!  Peggy M.

  • LOVE THIS...I NEED SOMETHNG TO GET ME THROUGH THE DAY !!!!  C. Lady - 6/3/07

  • Great! Perfect! Dance Music I Love It!!!  Laine L.

  • I think you missed your calling as a DJ!   Nicki S.

  • Keep 'em coming!!   I really enjoy listening to "my kind of music". Thank you.  Mary M.

  • I like getting your email every Friday, keep it coming!
       Carlas A.

  • DON'T FORGET THE 'QUEEN OF SOUL'........ ARETHA!!!!! YOUR MAKING MY FRIDAYS.    RONK

  • MY FRIENDS REALLY LIKE FRIDAY IN ATHENS! ONE IS SENDING EVERYONE AT THE COURTHOUSE AN  EMAIL.   Ron H.

  • THANKS SO MUCH EACH WEEK!  Nancy W.

  • This makes me smile!  Ray C.

  • Great job, keep up the good work.  Terry T.

  • I SAVE UNTIL FRI AFTERNOON, BY 5:00 P.M. I'M REVVVVED!!!   RONK - 5/19/06

  • Thanks for this humanitarian service to get us crunk for district wide planning.  Wilson Pickett reminds us to put a “spotlight on Otis Redding y’all”.  Yeah,yeah, oh yeah. Fa-fa-fa-fa-fa-fa-fa-Faaa!  Karl S.

  • Thanks. What a pleasant surprise to get to work and open this e-mail- glad I started with yours first.  Melanie B.

  • Thanks for the Friday emails Larry!!  I really enjoy them.
Kim S.

  • Thanks for the sound of good music. I really do love my oldies but goodies. E. Luke - 5/19/06

  • Thanks!!!  This is great! Jane B.

  • Great site!  How about some Sam Cooke??? - 5/19/06

  • Thanks for the music!  Steve P.

  • I love this! Thanks.   Dianne M.

  • I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your Friday emails.  Thanks for including me!  Betsy K.

  • I appreciate the link – good stuff!
Jon W.

  • I LIKE IT!!!!!!  Thanks and HAPPY FRIDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!  Barbara S.

  • THIS IS GREAT!!!!!!  Susan R.

  • So in your spare time you try to cheer up everyone?   Thanks, Lori R.

  • I love these songs. Thanks. Terri S.

  • Awesome……Thanks for doing this, we all look forward to it every week.  I’ve sent it to everyone I know!
Debi D.

  • I needed this today! Thanks. Susan S.
Good selection for this fabulous
Friday!!!!!

  • Thanks for the Music this morning. I think I could listen to this all day, if people didn't think I was crazy for MOVING in my chair. Have a great weekend.  Joyce G.

  • This is awesome!   Thanks,  Debi D.
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About The Artists
 
A big part of the scene in the 1970's was the popular duo "Dirk and Tony". Dirk Howell and Tony Brown were both students at the University of Georgia's business school. Dirk was studying finance and Tony was studying personnel management. They began singing together in 1973 and soon became a favorite of both the university students and the permanent residents of Athens. Their fun style of "Beach music" was a perfect fit for fraternity and sorority parties, and they played for every house on campus. They also could be found singing in several clubs in Athens. The
first club they played was the
Acropolis Lounge at the Holiday Inn. Word spread quickly about the duo and the Acropolis Lounge was packed every night they appeared. So packed, the Holiday Inn built a larger venue, the Inn Place, to accommodate their fans. As their popularity grew, they began to write some of their own material and recorded a couple of songs, "Lost Between Two Worlds" and "Just To Know", that got air play on the local radio stations in the North Georgia area, including WRFC in Athens. They also recorded another record in Columbia, SC that included the "Beach music" hits, "I Dig You Baby" and "Sitting in the Park". "Dirk and Tony" also performed for many high profile private functions throughout the 70's. They were even asked to play a private party at the home of Vince Dooley, head football coach of the University of Georgia Bulldogs. They continued to play parties and clubs in Athens, Atlanta and other cities. It was once noted in the Daytona Beach newspaper that "Dirk and Tony" drew 10,000 students to a beachside concert during spring break of 1975. In 1976, they decided to go their separate ways. Dirk finished his degree in Finance with honors at UGA. He still resides in Athens and travels extensively with his band, "The Dirk Howell Band", performing for corporate events, festivals, fundraisers and wedding receptions throughout the southeast. Just recently, The Georgia Music Hall of Fame, in Macon, constructed a display of Dirk's musical past, including the guitar, suit, and recordings from the "Dirk and Tony" years. Tony relocated to Nashville in 1982 and began his successful country music recording career as "T. Graham Brown". He has recorded over ten "top ten" country songs, including several #1s. He has a CMA award and a long list of national radio and TV ads to his credit.

DIRK HOWELL
“Apparently no one ever told Dirk Howell that you can’t please all of the people all of the time!”
Dirk Howell is the kind of magnetic singer that people just can’t seem to categorize. They love his voice. They love the way he entertains…they love him and have for years. He possess a unique style, one derived from his fluid, rangy and powerful voice - one with just enough grit mixed in. Born in Rochester, PA, Howell moved to Athens, GA with his family at the age of 3. Singing together as a family was a practice in the Howell household and an appreciation for music developed early. At the age of 11, Howell acquired his first guitar and immediately began performing for school functions as a soloist and as a member of local dance bands. Howell’s earliest influences came from such legendary soulmen as Sam Cooke, James Brown, Curtis Mayfield and Jerry Butler. The soul sounds of Motown and Philadelphia held an attraction for him that is still evident today in his singing style. While attending the University of Georgia, he became close friends with former high school classmate, Tony Brown. Subsequently, the singing partnership of “Dirk & Tony” was formed. The duo performed to packed houses in Athens and drew such large crowds that the Holiday Inn was forced to enlarge the lounge in order to accommodate their legions of fans. After years of success together, the duo parted ways amicably to pursue their respective interests.  Brown headed to Nashville in search of country music stardom and is now known as T. Graham Brown.

www.dirkhowell.com


TONY BROWN
T. Graham Brown rose to country stardom through the uniquely Southern phenomenon of beach music, a party-ready mix of old-time rock & roll, R&B, country, and blues. Born in Arabi, GA (his real first name is Anthony), he got his start performing while attending the University of Georgia, as part of the beach-music duo Dirk & Tony. He then joined the outlaw country band Reo Diamond, and retooled his image as a hairy, tattooed wildman in a ten-gallon hat. Moving on in 1979, Brown formed his own R&B band, Rack of Spam, and officially settled on T. Graham Brown as his stage name. He moved to Nashville three years later, where with the help of Harlan Howard he found work singing demos and commercial jingles. In 1983, he signed with CBS as a staff songwriter, and went on to join the Tree International publishing firm in the same capacity. Meanwhile, he also landed a deal as a recording artist with Capitol, and released his debut album, I Tell It Like It Used to Be, in 1986. Partly recorded at Alabama's legendary Muscle Shoals studios, the record spawned a number one country single in "Hell or High Water," and both the title track and "I Wish That I Could Hurt That Way Again" went Top Ten. 1987's Brilliant Conversationalist gave Brown a second number one in "Don't Go to Strangers," and two more Top Tens with "She Couldn't Love Me Anymore" and the title cut. Meanwhile, he made appearances in the 1987 films Greased Lightning and Cursed, and the following year he and his backing group, the Hardtops, played Elvis' band in Heartbreak Hotel. 1988's Come as You Were continued Brown's success with the chart-topping "Darlene" and two further Top Tens in the title track and "The Last Resort." He managed one further Top Ten country hit in 1990's "If You Could Only See Me Now," and also dueted with Tanya Tucker on the hit "Don't Go Out" that year. He returned in 1998 with the acclaimed comeback effort Wine into Water, which reaffirmed his roots rock leanings and marked his most personal effort to date. The concert album T. Graham Brown Lives! appeared in 2001. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide

www.tgrahambrown.com

Dirk Howell is now the manager, guitar player and lead singer for the highly successful group known as The Dirk Howell Band, which performs regularly throughout the Southeastern U. S.   
In 1973, while a student at the University of Georgia, Dirk formed a popular duo with T. Graham Brown called “Dirk and Tony” that quickly became an overnight success with the UGA students and the local Athens crowd.  For the next 25 years, Dirk would perform an unprecedented 5 to 6 nights each week in the local hotel nightclubs... ten of those years at the infamous, Frog Pond Lounge.  Dirk has done it all: he’s been a musician, singer, writer, publisher, band manager and talent scout, jump starting and launching the music careers of many.   He has recorded many records over his career including a rhythm and blues album called “Beach Country” for the legendary, Bill Lowery of Southern Tracks Records in Atlanta, who was also responsible for the careers of Billy Joe Royal, Ronnie Milsap, Jerry Reid and the Atlanta Rhythm Section, to name a few.   In the 80s and 90s, Dirk traveled regularly to Nashville, TN and because of his unique soulful style, found himself in high demand as a jingle and demo singer for various Nashville publishers and production companies, working with successful producers and hit makers, Rodney Mills, Norro Wilson, Ron Chancey and others.  On top of all of that, Dirk found time to own and manage a successful nightclub called Thomason’s in Athens, AND work as an entertainment consultant and booking agent for one of the largest talent agencies in the country, East Coast Entertainment.  Most recently, Dirk has been busy in the recording studio working on a new project for Southern Tracks Records and performing with his 7-piece band at various corporate functions, fundraisers and wedding receptions.
For the last 35 years, music has been Dirk’s profession and life.  A while back, the entertainment magazine, Athens Night Life, summed up Dirk’s music career this way, “...he’s definitely the all time king of the Athens entertainment scene.”
Lost Between Two Worlds

There's a girl I know
It seems she's lost in time
I want her so badly
but she's his and can't be mine

I tried everything I can
to get her on my side
She's told me that she loves me
and I hope she hasn't lied

And I'm lost between two worlds
a girl so sweet and kind
Although I want her love so bad
she's his and can't be mine

Someday love will run it's course
she I'll be there to claim
but I hope is doesn't take too long
I'm tiring of this game

It seems that I can't change her plans
It must be my destiny
To have a love that can't be mine
she belongs to him not me

And I'm lost between two worlds
a girl so sweet and kind
Although I want her love so bad
she's his and can't be mine

Someday love will run it's course
and she I’ll be there to claim
but I hope is doesn't take too long
I'm tiring of this game

It seems that I can't change her plans
It must be my destiny
To have a love that can't be mine
she belongs to him not me

And I'm lost between two worlds
a girl so sweet and kind
Although I want her love so bad
she's his and can't be mine

And I'm lost between two worlds
a girl so sweet and kind
Although I want her love so bad
she's his and can't be mine

And I'm lost between two worlds
a girl so sweet and kind
Although I want her love so bad
she's his and can't be mine

And I'm lost between two worlds
a girl so sweet and kind
Although I want her love so bad
she's his and can't be mine

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