2005-06-17 / Community

Richard Marx At NorthFork Theater, July 13

Richard Marx brings his contemporary pop hits to the North Fork Theatre at Westbury, on Wednesday, July 13, at 8pm.

Tickets for the show are $40 and can be purchased at the box office, select Ticketmasters, charge by phone at (212) 307-7171 or (631) 888-9000.

Richard Marx, winner of the 2004 Grammy Song of the Year as songwriter for the Luther Vandross hit, “Dance With My Father,” will bring his world class talent to the stage at the North Fork Theatre at Westbury.

With a strong resume boasting over 30 million albums sold, writer of eleven number one songs, and 19 top 20 singles as an artist, the singer/ songwriter has received numerous accolades for his concert appearances.

With eleven albums, Marx has generated hits that include, “Don’t Mean Nothing,” “Right Here Waiting,” “Hold on to the Night,” “Satisfied,” and “Now and Forever.”

Also, he collaborated with artists such as Kenny G, Josh Groban, Luther Vandross, and Joe Cocker among others.

Before Marx obtained his own world re-known sound, he sang on commercials and was a backing vocalist for Lionel Richie.

Other than his obvious passion for music, Marx also has a dedication for helping others.

He recently hosted his 4th benefit concert for Cystic Fibrosis. The concert featured artists Five For Fighting and Vertical Horizon.

The event raised an astounding $2.6 million.

His most recent album titled, “My Own Best Enemy,” is a collection of edgy rock songs and ballads.

The new album, which is his first solo project since 1997, portrays a darker side of Marx, which his fans might not be used to but will surely fall in love with. It features songs including his new single, “Ready To Fly.”

By mixing his unforgettable songs with newer material, Richard Marx promises an unforgettable performance.

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