As Richard Marx gears up for the Feb. I never celebrated until maybe five years ago," says the Chicago native, known for such No. Marx credits his wife of nearly four years, Daisy Fuentes, with encouraging him to celebrate his success. How did you celebrate? BMG celebrated the album's 30th anniversary this year with the release Repeat Offender Revisited , which includes newly recorded studio, live and acoustic versions of songs from the landmark album. Marx admitted to his wife that when hits like "Satisfied," "Angelia" and "Right Here Waiting" sailed up the charts, he didn't stop to celebrate. He continued working.
By Jazz Tangcay. For those who follow Marx on Twitter, politics has been weighing on his mind. Can you sign something to keep the white f—sticks in Michigan waving confederate flags away from me?
See the full list. Looking for something to watch? Sign In. Up this week. Soundtrack Composer Actor. He has been married to Daisy Fuentes since December 23, He was previously married to Cynthia Rhodes. Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos.
The latter song won several Grammy Awards. Marx was 17 and living in Highland Park, Illinois when a tape of his songs ended up in the hands of Lionel Richie. Richie thought Marx had talent and told the teen, "I can't promise you anything, but you should come to L. Marx's self-titled debut album , released in June , yielded four hit singles and went triple platinum. Marx became the first new artist played on radio stations nationwide during his initial week on the charts. With the success of his self-titled album, Marx embarked on his first world tour, initially opening for REO Speedwagon, but quickly began headlining his own shows. His first tour kept him on the road for 14 months. Repeat Offender , Marx's second album, was released in May It went triple platinum within a few months and eventually sold over 5 million copies in the United States alone.