May 312009
 

From HARD HABIT TO BREAK/REMEMBER THE FEELING (single)
Written by Steve Kipner & John Parker

Chicago’s “Hard Habit To Break” is one of David Foster’s most successful productions. Released in 1984 as the second single from the band’s multi-platinum “Chicago 17,” this lush, dramatic power ballad was an out of the box smash hit reaching #3 on both Billboard’s Hot 100 and on the Adult Contemporary chart. Continue reading »

May 242009
 

From TEVIN CAMPBELL
Written by David Foster, Suzette Charles, Joey Diggs, Will Wheaton, Warren Wiebe & Nita Whitaker

Tevin Campbell’s music career developed under Quincy Jones’ protective wing. When he was only 12 years old, the singer appeared on Jones’ “Back To The Block” album singing the #1 Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Singles hit “Tomorrow (A Better You Better Me).” Continue reading »

May 172009
 

From FEEL NO FRET/VOLUME 8/SHINE/CUPID’S IN FASHION
Written by Larry John McNally

Every time an unknown David Foster-related gem resurfaces from the past, it is an absolute pleasure for fans. This time around we’re presenting a previously unreleased song, “Wasn’t I Your Friend,” that comes directly from Foster’s 1980 work with Average White Band. Continue reading »

May 102009
 

From SKYLARK
Written by David Foster & Renee Olstead

After her critically acclaimed 2004 Warner Bros. Records album, talented singer/actress Renee Olstead went back into the studio to work on her sophomore release with her mentor, David Foster. Sessions began in late 2005 and the new album was originally scheduled to be released in 2006. Continue reading »

May 032009
 

From PEGASUS
Written by Jack Conrad

In the fall of 1974, after the good success of his first disco project, “The Bottom Line,” producer Jack Conrad went back into the studio to record two more albums in the same vein. “The Bottom Line” got positive reviews and spawned a single, “That’s The Way To Go” that made some buzz on the dancefloors. Continue reading »