Daniel Lee Toler (September 23, 1948 – February 25, 2013), known professionally as "Dangerous" Dan Toler, was an American guitarist. A native of Connersville, Indiana, Toler became popular in the late 1970s as a member of Dickey Betts & Great Southern. He was featured on the albums Dickey Betts & Great Southern and Atlanta's Burning Down
Toler, known as "Dangerous Dan," got his start with Dickey Betts & Great Southern, playing on their 1977 self-titled debut and 'Atlanta's Burning Down' a year later. When the Allman Brothers Band reformed in 1979, Toler followed Betts into the band and stayed until 1982. Following the second breakup of the Allman Brothers Band, he went on the road with the Gregg Allman Band, recording the hit 'I'm No Angel' and 'Just Before the Bullets Fl. From there, he went on to play in several southern rock and jazz fusion project.
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Guitarist Dan Toler, best known for his work with the Allman Brothers, died today in Manatee County, Florida, according to Ticket Sarasota. Toler had been battling ALS – also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease – and was unable to play guitar or speak for his last few months. He was 65. Toler joined the Dickey Betts and Great Southern band in the late Seventies and moved to the Allman Brothers with his brother David Frankie Toler and Betts. Toler played with the Allman Brothers on their 1979 comeback album Enlightened Rogues and was in the band for their next two records, 1980’s Reach for the Sky.
Guitarist Dan Toler, of the rock band The Allman Brothers, died on Monday after a long battle with ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease. Known as Dangerous Dan, Toler was a member of The Allman Brothers from 1979 until 1982. He played guitar on the band’s hit albums, including Enlightened Rouges and Brothers of the Road. Toler also played in several other groups, such as Dickey Betts & Great Southern, along with his late brother David Frankie Toler. Their self-titled album was released later that year. In 2011, Toler announced he was suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a disease of the nerve cells. The legendary rocker passed away in his home in Sarasota, Fla. He was 65, according to Rolling Stone.
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