Hits include: "Don't Mean Nothing",
"Hold On To The Nights",
"Keep Coming Back", "Satisfied",
"Right Here Waiting", "Angelia",
"Now and Forever", "Hazard",
"At The Beginning",
"Endless Summer Nights",
"When You Loved Me".
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GRAMMY AWARD winning Richard Noel Marx (born September 16, 1963) is an American
adult contemporary and pop rock singer-songwriter. He has sold more than 30
million albums worldwide.
In 1987, Richard Marx's self-titled debut album went triple-platinum, and
his first single, "Don't Mean Nothing", reached number three on the Billboard
Hot 100 chart.
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Richard Marx has sold more than 30 million albums, owns 26 top 20
singles and 17 top 10s and, as a songwriter,
earned a Grammy for song of the year. He is the
writer of 14 number one songs.
Between 1987 and 1994, he had 14 top 20 hits, including three number one
In 1984, Richard Marx had his first number one success with "What About
Me?" which was recorded by Kenny Rogers,
Kim Carnes, and James
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His second chart-topper was 1985's "Crazy", a song he co-wrote with country
music superstar Kenny Rogers.
In 1986, Marx contributed backing vocals on
Madonna's True Blue
album and can particularly be heard on the track "White Heat".
In 1991, Marx contributed backing vocals on
Cher's Love Hurts album and
can particularly be heard on the track "A World Without Heroes".
In 2000, Richard Marx wrote and produced "This I Promise You", a single
In 2002, Marx collaborated with Mexican singer
Paulina Rubio on
her sixth studio album and first English debut album, writing the song titled
'Border Girl' which led to the album's name titled, Border Girl.
In 2004, at the 46th Grammy Awards on February 8, Marx won a Grammy for Song of
the Year for "Dance with My Father", which he wrote and composed in
collaboration with Luther Vandross. On that same night, he played the piano
accompanying Celine Dion
in performing "Dance with My Father".
In 2006, during the summer, Richard Marx toured with
Ringo Starr & His All
Starr Band. Other members of that year's All Starr Band included
Sheila E, and
In 2006, Marx appeared on the Fox network's TV show Celebrity Duets in
September. Other singers to take part in the series included
Kenny Loggins, Patti
LaBelle, Randy Travis,
and Gladys Knight.
His discography includes 12 studio albums (plus a Holiday album Christmas
Spirit), 13 compilation albums, 3 live albums and 91 single releases, and along
with chart rankings for each album and single and RIAA (and International)
certifications for the albums.
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