Please Come to Boston" is a song that was recorded and written by American singer-songwriter Dave Loggins. It was released in May 1974 as the first single from his album Apprentice (In a Musical Workshop) and was produced by Jerry Crutchfield. It spent two weeks at number five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in August 1974; it spent one week atop the Billboard Easy Listening chart. It was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category Best Male Pop Vocal performance.
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Kenny Loggins' second cousin hit the big time for a couple of months in 1975 with "Please Come to Boston," a serviceable and sentimental soft rock gem from his second album, Apprentice (In a Musical Workshop). Part of the lexicon of harmless '70s singer/songwriters like Dan Fogelberg and James Taylor, Dave Loggins never again regained the momentum spawned by that track, but its appearance on nearly every AM pop compilation illuminates the tune's timelessness.
Dave Loggins was born as David Allen Loggins in Mountain City, Tennessee, on 10th November 1947. He is the cousin of fellow musician Kenny Loggins. He was inducted to the Nashville Songwriters' Hall of Fame in 1995. Loggins is best known for writing and recording the Top Ten hit Please Come to Boston in 1974. However, he also wrote Pieces of April, which became a Top Twenty Hit in 1973.