Today's history lesson focuses on the late Dan Fogelberg.  Dan was born August 13, 1951 in Peoria, Illinois, the youngest of three sons.  His first hit was "Part of the Plan" from the 1974 album "Souvenirs".  "The Innocent Age" album released in 1981 contained several great songs including "Run for the Roses", "Same Old Lang Syne" and "Leader of the Band", a song inspired by his father.  Dan was married three times and had no children. At the time of his death he was married to Jean  Marie Mayer.  Dan Fogelberg died December 16, 2007 of prostate cancer.  His ashes were scattered in the Atlantic Ocean.