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James A. "Jim" Gold (born 12 January 1947), is the singer/guitarist/songwriter of the 1970s group Gallery, best known for their 1972 song "Nice to Be With You", written by Gold. Several years later the group's name was changed to Jim Gold & Gallery.
Gold grew up in Detroit, Michigan and started performing music with his friends around his hometown during his teenage years.
- James, Gary. "Gallery Interview". classicbands. Retrieved 1 May 2016.
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