Jun 012014

written by David Foster, Tom Keane, Jermaine Jackson & Kathy Wakefield

Pop/soul singer Glenn Medeiros enjoyed a brief run of success in the second half of the eighties. This Hawaii-born singer is most remembered for the song “Nothing’s Gonna Change My Love For You,” a tender ballad co-penned by two legendary tunesmiths, Gerry Goffin and Michael Masser.

Originally recorded by soul/jazz great George Benson for his 1985 album “In Your Eyes,” “Nothing’s Gonna Change My Love For You” became a worldwide hit for Medeiros in 1987 and was included on his self-titled debut release. Produced by Jay Stone, “Glenn Medeiros” was essentially a pop affair with soul overtones aimed toward teenage audiences.

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