Song of the Day: Classics IV, “Every Day With You, Girl

Singer Dennis Yost of the Southern soft rock band Classics IV was born on this day in 1943. He was born in Detroit and his family relocated to Jacksonville, Florida when he was 7. He started the Classics IV, who went on to have a string of Top Ten hits beginning with "Spooky" in 1967. "Every Day With You, Girl" was their follow-up to the 1969 hit "Traces," and reached #19 on the Hot 100 and #12 on the Adult Contemporary chart that year.

6 thoughts on “Song of the Day: Classics IV, “Every Day With You, Girl

  1. I haven’t heard this one as much but I do like his voice… didn’t some of this band evolve into the ARS? They hung out with the other 70s southern rock bands.


      1. I never thought they fit in with the other southern bands by sound anyway but they did…and they were excellent musicians.

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  2. I don’t recall hearing this song before but I enjoyed it. Yost..mmmm…I wonder if he is related to our beloved Elwy Yost who wad Mr. Saturday Night at the movies on our TVO station from the early 70s to the late 90s. He always vrought a double feature and, in between the 2 films, he had conversations with dome of the biggest stars. He interviewed many famous directors, stars, cameramen etc… he was an institution!


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