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Richard Marx TicketsRichard Marx, born Richard Noel Marx, became one of the most well-known singer/songwriter/musicians coming out of the 1980s and 1990s. His popularity grew when he released a string of hits like "Right Here Waiting," "Hazard" and "Endless Summer Nights." His first seven singles went directly to Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart, making him the first solo artist to receive that distinction. He has since gone on to sell more than 30 million albums worldwide and garner numerous industry awards.
Starting EarlyRichard Marx honed his musical talents early. His parents were jazz musicians, and his father also owned a company that produced commercial jingles. Marx started his musical career as a 5-year-old jingles singer. Then, Lionel Richie ended up with a tape of songs that Marx had recorded when he was 17. Richie liked his work. Once Marx graduated from high school, he moved to Los Angeles, California, to reconnect with Richie and pursue his professional ambitions. Once in Los Angeles, Marx worked on a series of gigs, singing backup vocals for a number of artists. He also wrote songs for artists like Kenny Rogers and continued to try to get a record deal. Eventually, he did land one at EMI/Manhattan Records. Since then, he has been nominated for awards at the Grammy Awards, the Billboard Music Awards, the Kids Choice Awards and The American Music Awards, to name a few. His wins include 2004's Song of the Year for "Dance With My Father" and the ASCAP Pop Music Awards Most Performed Song in 2005, also for "Dance With My Father."
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Is Richard Marx touring near me?Richard Marx has a string of concert tour dates in 2019. A good many of them are in the American South and East, like the stop he's doing at the Fletcher Hall at The Carolina Theatre Durham in Durham, North Carolina. He will also be joined by Rick Springfield at the St. George Theatre in Staten Island, New York. Get tickets for these and other Richard Marx performances at StubHub.
What is Richard Marx's setlist like?A typical setlist comes from a concert gig that Richard Marx did at City Winery in Washington, DC. The songs are "Endless Summer Nights," "Take This Heart," "Satisfied," "Keep Coming Back," "What You Won't Do for Love," "Easy" (Commodores cover), "Turn Off the Night," "Hazard," "All Night Long," "Crazy," "This I Promise You," "Long Hot Summer" (Keith Urban cover), "Hold On to the Nights," "Now and Forever," "Should've Known Better," "Angelia," "Don't Mean Nothing" and "Right Here Waiting."
Who influenced Richard Marx as a musician?Marx cites his musical parents as the biggest influences on him. He also loves the music of Elvis Presley and Sam Cooke. Other performers of note include Annie Lennox, U2, Billy Joel and Bryan Adams.
What live albums has Richard Marx released?He has released three live albums: Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band Live in 2006, Duo and A Night Out With Friends. There are also two unofficial live albums, Live in USA 1988/92 released by Arriba Records and Live Music Hall Koln 1992, an album that only had a German release.
What other artists might a Richard Marx fan like?Richard Marx fans might enjoy the smooth sounds of Kenny G and the lyrics of Journey.
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