Tickets still available for Richard Marx's Dec. 11 show

Richard Marx, singer and songwriter, will take to the stage at Penn State York’s Pullo Family Performing Arts Center (The Pullo Center) at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11 and tickets are still available. Ticket prices are $55 and $39 and can be purchased at The Pullo Center Box Office, charge by phone at 717-505-8900 or online at ThePulloCenter.com. Penn State York students may purchase one ticket at the box office at the special price of $18. 

For more than two decades as a solo artist, Marx has made an indelible mark on the music community with more than 30 million records sold and 14 No. 1 singles, including his latest song “Long Hot Summer,” with country star Keith Urban. Marx has remained a fixture on pop and adult contemporary radio for years as an artist and producer working with some of the biggest names in the music business. 

His debut single "Don't Mean Nothing" and multi-platinum, self-titled debut album launched his success as a solo artist, his first No. 1 single, “Hold On To The Nights,” as well as a total of four Top 10 singles. His 1989 follow-up CD, “Repeat Offender,” led to more than 7 million copies sold worldwide, two No. 1 singles: “Satisfied” and “Right Here Waiting,” and multiple Grammy and American Music Award nominations. His third studio album, "Rush Street," went multi-platinum, included four Top 10 singles and two No. 1 singles: “Hazard” and “Keep Coming Back” and featured special appearances by the late Luther Vandross and Billy Joel. The 1994 release, "Paid Vacation," was his fourth consecutive multi-platinum release with two hit singles including the No. 1 Billboard's Adult Contemporary hit “Now and Forever,” which remained at the top of the chart for 11 weeks. 
 
Marx has had incredible chart and commercial success working with other artists including *NSYNC, Barbra Streisand, Josh Groban, Vince Gill and Vandross. More recently, he has written and produced tracks for the likes of Keith Urban, Daughtry, Lifehouse, Leann Rimes, Natalie Cole, Paulina Rubio, Travis Tritt and actor Hugh Jackman.

For more information, visit www.richardmarx.com.

 

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Last Updated December 06, 2012