Air Supply is an Australian soft rock duo, consisting of Graham Russell as guitarist and singer-songwriter and Russell Hitchcock as lead vocalist. They had a succession of hits worldwide, including eight Top Ten hits in the United States, in the early 1980s. They formed in Melbourne, Australia in 1975 and have included various accompanying musicians and singers. The two met in May 1975 while performing in the Australian production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice musical, Jesus Christ Superstar. Later that year, the duo, along with Chrissie Hammond and two others, formed Air Supply as a five-man group. Hammond left the band and was replaced by Jeremy Paul in time for the group’s first Australian hit single, “Love and Other Bruises.” It was followed by a debut album that reached gold in Australia, which featured keyboardist/arranger Adrian Scott, drummer Jeff Browne, and guitarist Mark McEntee. Singles during this period included “Empty Pages” and “Do What You Do”. The group was invited to open for Rod Stewart during his tour of Australia; he was so impressed with their performance that he invited them to be the opening act during his tour of the United States. During this tour, Jeremy Paul left the band. (He later played with the original lineup of the Divinyls, led by Chrissie Amphlett and Mark McEntee.) Read more about Air Supply
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Jon Chattman: A-Sides With Jon Chattman: Finding 'Love' With Air Supply in NYC
- Source: The Huffington Post - Entertainment
"Making Love Out of Nothing At All." "Lost in Love." "All Out Of Love." Any of those titles could be used for the next Kim Kardashian reality series, but I kid...The soft-rock icons perform one of their classics on 'Fallon'
- Source: Rolling Stone
Soft rock icons Air Supply stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to perform their enormous 1980 smash "All Out of Love." The band, augmented by members of Late Night house band the Roots, delivered a typically classy and pristine rendition of the song, with lead vocalist Russell Hitchcock altering his phrasing ever so slightly from the recorded version to give a fresh take on the radio staple.