As hitmakers Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell of Air Supply continue to enjoy success from Mumbo Jumbo— their Odds On Records debut and first album of original material in eight years—the duo recently treated their SoCal fans to back-to-back performances of the their world famous love songs.
On July 30, the legendary duo stopped by KTLA TV’s Morning News for a live performance (click here to view them sing their classic song “All Out of Love“), followed by an exclusive acoustic show on July 31 at Spaghettini Grill & Lounge. The intimate set was held in conjunction with KOST 103.5 FM and featured both classic hits and new songs including their first single “Dance With Me,” the track that put Air supply back on the Billboard AC Charts after 17 years.
Air Supply also earned a spotlight article in the Long Beach Press Telegram and Daily Breeze surrounding their L.A. blitz. Click here to read the full story.
The iconic pop-rockers keep the momentum going as they gear up for the release of their dynamic follow-up single “Faith In Love,” set to hits the airwaves this month.
On the day of Mumbo Jumbo’s release, Russell and Hitchcock were featured in a prominent article in Billboard Magazine titled “Still Supplying The Hits After 35 Years.” The online version of the piece includes audio snippets from Billboard writer Gary Trust’s interview in which Air Supply’s Russell and Hitchcock discuss touring, songwriting and Australia’s music scene.
Just weeks after Graham Russell was honored with a BMI Million-Air Certificate recognizing 3 million performances of the duo’s hit “All Out Of Love,” Air Supply’s new song was the #1 most added track on the FMQB AC40 Chart, and one of the most added on the R&R (Radio and Records) AC Chart as well as the Mediabase AC chart.
Air Supply is touring the world again this year after a whirlwind schedule these past few years that has included hundreds of concerts everywhere from The Philippines and Singapore to Malaysia, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Israel, Brazil, Argentina and Vietnam.