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By Mikey Glazer on October 12, 2014 @ 12:14 pm
The stars were out Saturday night for a good cause — the Carousel of Hope Ball – Barbara Davis’ juvenile diabetes fundraiser gala. And enough power players from the music industry filled the Beverly Hilton’s International Ballroom for the every-other-year bash, to launch any career.
Clive Davis, Quincy Jones, Berry Gordy, David Foster, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, Jimmy Jam and Rod Stewart were at the head table. Diane Warren and Nigel Lythgoe sat nearby.
As for the actual performances, Jennifer Hudson slayed the industry crowd with a cover of “Hallelujah” along with ”And I’m Telling You...Read More
“When I make a record, I need great voices. That’s always my mandate.”
“So how do you become a record producer?” During the course of his career, David Foster has been asked that question time and time again, and while his answer might change, depending on the situation, the thought bubble over his head is always the same: “If you have to ask how to become a record producer, you’ll never be one.”
Expounding on this sentiment, the Canadian-born multiple Grammy winner and Oscar nominee explains that, while his own career path took a series of twists and turns, he was always set on being a musician. “How or in what capacity, I wasn’t quite sure,” he says...Read More
HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA.com) — A star-studded 60th birthday party was held in Hollywood Thursday night for music legend Chaka Khan, who was also celebrating 40 years in show business.
The party was held at Yamashiro in Hollywood.
The bash celebrated Khan’s career spanning her work with the 70′s era band Rufus, to solo performer to chart topper and ten-time Grammy winner.
Rachel Kim, reporting for CBS2, was on the red carpet to meet and greet all the party guests, including Khan.
“I don’t know where the time went,” said Khan, “I have no idea. It doesn’t feel like 40 years!”
When asked to reflect on her 40th anniversary, Khan said, “I just got here. This is fabulous, but it really hasn’t hit me yet.”
“She is the queen of funk, and rock ...Read More
A Tweet from David Foster yesterday said “It was great seeing my dear friend @NatMCole in the studio last week … she has a new Spanish language album coming this year! @vervemusic”
So stay tuned for a new Natalie Cole album to be released by Verve Music this yearRead More
Tune in as David will be performing LIVE with Andrea Bocelli in celebration of their new album ‘PASSIONE’ starting this Sunday. New album available everywhere Tuesday, January 29th!
Sunday, January 27, 2013
PERFORMING LIVE ON: QVC Q Sessions Live at 5pm EST
QVC® is honored to bring you Andrea Bocelli Q Sessions Live. Tune in and experience Bocelli’s superb voice accompanied by 16-time Grammy award-winning producer David Foster, who produced his latest CD, Passione – PLUS special guest Natalie Cole. Don’t miss the opportunity to pre-order this new CD, featuring a selection of romantic love songs, before its release date on January 29. QVC® will also offer a special bonus CD featuring live versions of 6 tracks.Read More
Some videos from YouTube – David Foster & Friends (Manila – Philippines)
Charice – The Earth Song,Tribute to Michael Jackson:
Charice – Pyramid:
Natalie Cole sings “Miss you like crazy”:
Canadian Tenors sing “The Prayer”
Glory of Love – Peter Cetera
Peter Cetera (live with David Foster) – Hard to Say I’m Sorry
After The Love Has Gone – Ruben Studdard
I Swear – Ruben Studdard
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The ‘Hitman Return’ concert will be held in Mandalay Bay on October 15, 2010. It promises to be a memorable night filled with unforgettable musical numbers and entertainment that will make your Vegas trip even more meaningful. Aside from Charice and Ne-Yo, other David Foster friends who will grace the show include Seal, Martina McBride, Donna Summer, Chaka Khan, Natalie Cole, Kenny Loggins, Michael Bolton, Ruben Studdard, Earth, Wind & Fire plus some surprise guests.
According to David Foster, he will cheat a little with the Las Vegas show as he used up a lot of his catalogue for the first edition.
“For instance, this show will feature Dreamweaver, a song composed by Gary Wright, which is not in my catalogue,” said Foster. “I will definitely go deeper in earlier catalogues.”Read More