NEW ALBUM: RICHARD MARX | STORIES TO TELL GREATEST HITS AND MORE
Grammy-winning hitmaker Richard Marx celebrates the upcoming release of his debut memoir "Stories To Tell" with a two-disc companion release featuring remastered versions of his biggest hits plus never before released demos, live tracks and fresh interpretations of songs he penned for other artists, including NSYNC’s “This I Promise You,” Josh Groban’s “To Where You Are” and Keith Urban’s “Better Life.” The intimate album "Stories To Tell: Greatest Hits And More" via BMG. The special release lands just ahead of his memoir "Stories to Tell," out July 6 via Simon & Schuster, where Richard recounts his life and career with the same straight-talking style and self-deprecating sense of humour that’s made him an outspoken Twitter celebrity. Marx enjoyed enormous success in America in 1987 with his self-titled debut album, with four singles from that record reaching the top three in the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart ("Hold On To The Nights" hit the top spot). Global success came a year later, with "Right Here Waiting," the second single from his second album, "Repeat Offender." This reached number two in the UK and was a chart-topper in many countries, including the USA.