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Air Supply Finds Their Roots in the Big AppleIconic Pop Duo Graham Russell & Russell Hitchcock to Perform on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" With House Band The Roots November 3 (October 14, 2011)
LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 10/14/11 -- As their recent packed summer/fall tour schedule can attest, there's just no stopping Air Supply (www.airsupplymusic.com).
The famed '80s hitmaking duo of Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock, who have performed dates across the U.S. and in Japan, Korea and Canada so far this year, hit the Big Apple for a November 3 appearance on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon."
Performing one of their classic romantic hits on the show and taping another for exclusive airing on its website, Air Supply will be backed by popular hip-hop neo soul group The Roots, the house band on "Late Night."
Russell and Hitchcock's NYC itinerary includes a show the next night (November 4) at the B.B. King Theatre.
After a show at the Bellterra Resort & Casino in Florence, Indiana November 5, the duo heads to Orlando for two performances at Disney World's Epcot Center for the "Eat To The Beat" Festival (November 7-8). In addition to a busy slate of shows in November and December, they will be headlining a private show in Jakarta, Indonesia December 1.
For more information on tour dates, please visit their newly revamped website www.airsupplymusic.com/tour.
Air Supply's latest studio album, Mumbo Jumbo, their Odds On Records debut and first album of original material in eight years. "Dance With Me" reached #28 on the Adult Contemporary Chart, and their follow-up single "Faith In Love" is up to #30 this week, poised to surpass the success of the previous hit.
Earlier this year, Hitchcock released his solo double-disc titled Tennessee: The Nashville Sessions. Although a solo project, Tennessee does not completely depart from the adult contemporary style of Air Supply, but instead adds a country feel to Hitchcock's charm. Two singles from the album, "Far Enough Away From Colorado" and "Hold Me Like You Love Me" were serviced to country radio stations.
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