“Here I am/The one that you love/Asking for another day/Understand that the one that you love/Loves you in so many ways.”
British-born Graham Russell and Aussie Russell Hitchcock are back for your soft rocking pleasure. Having recorded 17 studio albums, which created eight Top Ten hits in the U.S. during the 1980s, and selling more than 100 million of albums, Air Supply is still on tour. On January 25th, Air Supply will be performing at the Arcadia Performing Arts Center in the foundation’s inaugural season.
“Even the nights are better/Now that we’re here together/Even the nights are better/Since I found you.”
Fact: Russell and Hitchcock met in 1975, while performing in an Australian production of Jesus Christ Superstar.
“Lost in love and I don’t know how much/Was I thinking aloud and fell out of touch?/But I’m back on my feet and eager to be what you wanted.”
Fact: “Lost in Love” was Air Supply’s break out hit, reaching the Top 5 on the American pop charts.
“Just when I thought I was over you/Just when I thought I could stand on my own/Oh, baby, those memories come crashing through/And I just can’t go on without you.”
Fact: Hitchcock holds the note at the end of “All Out of Love” for more than 20 seconds, a feat Casey Kasum once recounted as a record at the time for the Top 40 (80Music).
Thursday, Jan. 25th, 8 p.m.
Arcadia Performing Arts Center
188 Campus Dr. at N. Santa Anita Ave., Arcadia 91007
Tickets: $59.50-$99.50 (details here)
For complete info, visit ArcadiaPAF.org