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Richard Marx Embarks On A New Chapter In Both Art And Life With New Album ‘Limitless,’ Out Feb. 7 On BMG

2020 North American Tour Dates Added In San Francisco, Milwaukee, Detroit + More

Richard Marx Embarks On A New Chapter In Both Art And Life With New Album Limitless, Out Feb. 7 On BMG


Today, Richard Marx announces his new album ‘Limitless,’ out February 7th 2020 on BMG. ‘Limitless’ is Richard’s first album of original songs in six years, as well as his first new release for BMG. Produced in part by Richard and featuring co-writes with Sara Bareilles, Richard’s son Lucas Marx and his wife Daisy Fuentes, ‘Limitless’ represents a new beginning for the celebrated singer-songwriter. While his last album ‘Beautiful Goodbye’ closed the book on one chapter of Richard’s life, ‘Limitless’ opens a new one. After falling back in love, remarrying and settling into a new home in LA, “I’ve never felt so intrinsically strong and optimistic about my future,” Richard says, and the bright, heartfelt pop of ‘Limitless’ reflects that feeling.

The announcement arrives as Richard’s latest single “Another One Down” spends its 6th week in the top 15 on the Adult Contemporary charts. Richard co-wrote “Another One Down” with his son Lucas, which he called a “joyful” experience. Watch the official video for “Another One Down” here:

Richard has also released a new song from ‘Limitless’ entitled “Let Go.” Co-written with Daisy Fuentes, and co-produced by Richard himself and Morgan Page (deadmau5), “Let Go” is a driving track about the freedom of new beginnings. “It reflects the way I feel about my life these days,” Richard says. Listen to “Let Go” here:

“I wasn’t really sure what making a new album meant for an artist like me,” Richard says of the creative process behind ‘Limitless.’ “All I knew was that I still write songs all the time and I realized I had a collection of songs I really liked. In my past, my only criteria was to write and record songs that pleased me, and hopefully other people would like them, too. So I returned to that ideology and dismissed any concerns of stylistic consistency and the next thing I knew, I had recorded a diverse album I really liked.”

Shortly after signing with BMG earlier this year, the label celebrated the 30th anniversary of his breakout album ‘Repeat Offender’ by releasing ‘Repeat Offender Revisited,’ a compilation of brand new live and acoustic versions of songs from the original album, including his hit song “Right Here Waiting.” 

Richard Marx has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide, won a GRAMMY, and remains the only male artist in history whose first seven singles reached the Top 5 on the Billboard charts. In addition to being a musician, Richard is a committed philanthropist. His charitable causes include the American Cancer Society, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and the Ronald McDonald House Charities, and he supports Mercy For Animals, ASPCA, Humane Society and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Richard Marx will tour through the end of 2019 and into 2020 with intimate performances at theaters from coast to coast including stops in San Francisco, Milwaukee, Detroit and more. Full tour routing below.





Oct 17 - Keswick Theatre - Glenside, PA

Oct 18 - St. George Theatre - Staten Island, NY

Oct 19 - Wellmont Theater - Montclair, NJ

Oct 20 - Chevalier Theater - Medford, MA

Nov 8 - Elsinore Theatre - Salem, OR

Nov 9 - Tulalip Resort Casino - Tulalip, WA

Nov 10 - Northern Quest Resort & Casino - Airways Heights, WA

Dec 12 - NYCB Theatre At Westbury - Westbury, NY

Dec 13 - Borgata Event Center - Atlantic City, NJ 

Dec 14 - Resorts World Catskills - Monticello, NY

Dec 15 - F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts - Wilkes-barre, PA

Dec 19 - Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall - Fort Myers, FL

Dec 20 - Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts - Melbourne, FL

Dec 21 - Reilly Arts Center- Ocala, FL

Jan 30 – Tower Theatre – Oklahoma City, OK

Jan 31 – The Stiefel Theater for the Performing Arts – Salina, KS

Feb 1 – Hard Rock Hotel and Casino – Sioux City, IA

Feb 5 – Pabst Theater – Milwaukee, WI

Feb 7 – Grand Casino Mille Lacs – Onamia, MN

Feb 8 – Blanche M Touhill PAC – St. Louis, MO

Feb 9 – The Arcada Theatre – St. Charles, IL

Feb 12 – Brown County Music Center – Nashville, IN

Feb 13 – The Clyde Theatre – Fort Wayne, IN

Feb 14 – MGM Grand Detroit – Detroit, MI

Feb 15 – Fallsview Casino Resort – Avalon Theatre – Niagara Falls, ON

Feb 18 – Narrows Center for the Arts – Fall River, MA

Feb 20 – Ridgefield Playhouse – Ridgefield, CT

Feb 21 – Paramount Theatre – Rutland, VT

Feb 22 – Tupelo Music Hall – Derry, NH

Feb 23 – Infinity Hall Hartford - Hartford, CT

Feb 28 – The Cascade Theatre – Redding, CA

Feb 29 – Silver Legacy Resort & Casino – Grand Expo Hall – Reno, NV

Mar 1 – Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA




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