Personalities | Foster & Lloyd | New Country & The Neo-Traditionalists

(Vocal/instrumental duo, 1987–90)

Bill Lloyd (b. 1955) and Radney Foster (b. 1959) enjoyed success writing 1986’s ‘Since I Found You’, the first Top 10 hit for Sweethearts Of The Rodeo, and co-writing 1987’s Top 3 hit, ‘Love Someone Like Me’ with/for Holly Dunn. They capitalized on this by acquiring their own record deal and their eponymous 1987 album included four Top 20 singles. Foster achieved four hit singles in the early 1990s, and made the album Del Rio, Tx, 1959 (1992), while Lloyd has concentrated on songwriting and session work, and has also made two rock albums.

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Source: The Definitive Illustrated Encyclopedia of Country Music, consultant editor Bob Allen


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