Gallagher and Lyle were a Scottish musical duo, comprising singer-songwriters Benny Gallagher and Graham Lyle. Their style consisted mainly in pop, soft and folk rock oriented songs. Their first recognition came in 1968, when they were signed by The Beatles to write for Apple Records' artists. They were founding members of the band McGuinness Flint and wrote the 1970 UK chart hit "When I'm Dead and Gone"
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The album Breakaway, meanwhile, reached N. on the British LP chart and went gold. Art Garfunkel’s cover of Breakaway was also a hit at the time, topping the US Adult Contemporary chart, and Don Williams took Stay Young to No. 1 on the US country record chart, which saw the song receive in excess of one million airplays on American radio. The duo also penned and performed A Heart in New York, which was later performed by both Simon & Garfunkel and Garth Brooks in their concerts in Central Park, New York City to audiences of 500,000 and 750,000, respectively. The seeds for a reunion were sown in 2007 when both Gallagher and Lyle, as session musicians, appeared on an album by Canadian singer-songwriter Chris Tassone; this was recorded at London’s Abbey Road studios. In April 2009, soon after Lyle’s official retirement, the two Scots attended the opening of the Largs Heritage Centre.