Aug 232007
 

From SCOTT ENGLISH
Written by David Foster & Scott English

In the latter ’70s, David Foster and Jay Graydon made the transition from top session players to “up’n’coming” producers. They started writing and producing for many artists and often collaborated on each other’s projects. Those first works for people like Bill Champlin, Steve Kipner, Hall & Oates and Marc Jordan – though not very commercially successful – were the first gems of the quality pop that made them stars of the recording studios in the early ’80s. Continue reading »

Aug 192007
 

From GREATEST HITS
Written by Sam Cooke

Pop/fusion maestro Kenny Gorelick, aka Kenny G, and David Foster have worked together on many occasions, both live and in the studio. The talented saxophonist has often been a special guest on Foster’s star-studded charity events while the producer put his golden print on some of Kenny G’s most successful records. Continue reading »

Aug 122007
 

From THE DUDE
Written by Barry Mann & Cynthia Weil

A few years ago when David Foster was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, Quincy Jones honored him with a special speech. Recently, Jones received a special Leadership Award by the Grammy Foundation, and Grammy board member Foster appeared as musical director for the star-studded event. Continue reading »

Aug 052007
 

From WITHIN
Written by David Foster & William Joseph

At the dawn of the new millennium, David Foster started developing new talents for his 143 Records label. He achieved immediate success with Michael Bublè and Josh Groban. Both of these amazing artists reached the top of the charts worldwide with their Foster-produced efforts. Continue reading »