Air Supply Still Recording

Celebrity Q&A
on September 3, 2006
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Q Whatever happened to the group Air Supply?
—Robin Marks, Leesburg, Fla.

Their Top 40 heyday was mostly over by the mid 1980s, but the mellow Australian pop band behind the hits “Every Woman in the World,” “Even the Nights are Brighter” and “Lost in Love” continues to tour steadily. The two founding members who began the group in 1975, Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell, both now live in the United States. “The passion for the music is still as great as always,” Hitchcock says, adding that a new acoustic CD of their hits, The Singer and the Song, is available on their website, www.airsupplymusic.com.

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