Dan Toler (September 23, 1948 – February 25, 2013)
FoxNews) – Guitarist Dan Toler, of the rock band The Allman Brothers, died
on Monday, the 25th at his home in Sarasota, Fla.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. The brothers
also played together in the Gregg Allman band and eventually formed The
Toler Brothers Band in the 90s.