In 1976, on the week following the celebration of America's 200th birthday, Starland Vocal Band's Afternoon Delight was number one on the charts. The songs title was inspired the late-afternoon appetizer menu at the Washington DC trio's favorite spot - Clyde's of Georgetown. Bill Danoff wrote the song over six months, often on Sundays while watching the Redskins. In 1976, this hit song earned Starland Vocal Band a Grammy for Best New Artist Of The Year. Although this was their only hit, they also co-wrote and and back-up vocals on John Denver's Take Me Home Country Roads. From 1997-2007, Dandoff ran a restaurant called Starland Cafe, located on MacArthur Blvd in Washington DC.
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