October 2010

Updated CD Release Dates! “Stories to Tell”

Oct 21 2010
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Stories to Tell – Amazon.com

On November 9, Richard’s new CD, “Stories To Tell” will be released in Germany and the UK. Other European countries pending. The CD will contain new acoustic versions of many of Richard’s hits including “Endless Summer Nights” and “Right Here Waiting” as well as new studio recordings of songs Richard has written with or for other artists. Songs include “To Where You Are” (originally recorded by Josh Groban), “Had Enough” (originally recorded by Lifehouse) and a new recording of “Never Take Me Dancing,” (recently a hit for Travis Tritt). Also included is Richard’s version of the top 5 Keith Urban hit, “Everybody,” which will be the first single (in Europe only) from “Stories To Tell.” Call your local stations and request it today! And pick up your copy of the new CD November 9!!

New updated release dates!

    November 1, 2010
    UK and Ireland

    November 8, 2010
    Scandinavia; Germany; Austria; Spain; Portugal; Bulgaria

    November 15, 2010
    France; Poland; Holland; Belgium; Switzerland

    November 22, 2010

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Picture From George Canyon Sessions

Oct 19 2010
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Here’s a photo from Richard’s studio. L-R: Jerry McPherson, Bruce Gaitsch, George (seated), Steve Brewster, RM (seated), Mike Little, Mark Hill and Chip Matthews.

“We cut twelve songs in three days…..not because we WANTED to but HAD to. I leave for Europe soon and we need to get George’s record finished. We still had a blast and I think we’re making a killer album. With musicians like these, it’s hard to screw it up.”

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Michael Buble Records Richard’s Song

Oct 17 2010
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On October 25, Michael Buble will release “Crazy Love-Hollywood Edition” which will contain “The Best Of Me,” co-written by Richard, Jeremy Lubbock and David Foster. Richard says, “I wrote that song when I was about nineteen. Musically, it’s nearly all Jeremy’s song, and one of the most beautiful melodies I’ve ever heard. It’s been covered by many artists but only a hit in the UK by Cliff Richard back in the 80s. I love Michael Buble’s voice and am thrilled he’s recorded it, most of all to show people what an amazingly talented man Jeremy is.”

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