Richard Marx

JUN 8

  • Doors open at 7PM & concert starts at 8PM
  • Event Center     
  • Tickets start at $25         
  • Tickets on sale now

At home with both stirring ballads and arena rockers Richard Marx became a consistent presence on late ‘80s radio. Marx worked as a backing vocalist for Lionel Richie, Whitney Houston and Julio Iglesias and wrote songs for Kenny Rogers before breaking through as solo artist. Marx debut album was released in 1987 and shot him to the top of the charts with several radio-ready singles. His second album, Repeat Offender, followed suit, delivering Marx a number-one hit and more Top Five singles. Marx also continued to pen songs for other artists like *NSYNC, Luther Vandross and Josh Groban. Look for Marx to perform his long list of hits, including “Don’t Mean Nothing,” “Should’ve Known Better,” “Endless Summer Nights,” “Hold on to the Nights,” “Right Here Waiting,” “Angelia” and “Hazard.”

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