Richard Marx was born on September 16, 1963, in Illinois. He is a singer and a songwriter. Marx is particularly famous for such songs as “Endless Summer Nights”, “Hazards”, and “Keep Coming Back”. He holds several awards, including a Grammy.
Richard Marx became famous when he released his first single “Don’t Mean Nothing”, which reached the 3rd spot of Billboard Hot 100 and his first studio album Richard Marx (1987), which was certified platinum in the USA 3 times. However, Marx has been working in the music business for some time before. Richard started singing songs written by his father when he was just 5 years old.
During the past 30 years, his albums sold millions of copies all over the world.
Marx wrote 51 singles, more than half of which managed to get to the high spots of various music charts. Some of them are still very popular. Besides being very successful as a singer and a songwriter, Marx worked as a producer. He collaborated with many celebrities. While writing songs for his new albums, Richard worked with such artists as Lionel Richie, Kenny Rogers, Chicago, Poco, John Farnham, Luther Vandross, Billy Joel , and Bryan White.