- This Week In Billboard Chart History: Luther Vandross' 'Dance With My Father'
On September 27, 2003, Luther Vandross' touching "Dance With My Father," his final Billboard Hot 100 top 40 hit, peaked at No. 38. In a 2012 visit to Billboard's New York offices, Richard Marx recalled how he came to co-write the song with Luther: "In the aftermath of me losing my dad, Luther was one of the only people who knew what to say to me. He knew when to call me … it was like telepathy. He helped me through that time tremendously." LegacyLisa Read/Write
- Lisa Fischer Talks About Working With Luther Vandross
In a recent interview, Lisa Fischer was asked about the most memorable show where she performed as a backup singer. Her answer: LegacyLisa Read/Write
- Luther Vandross Included In 50 Best Love Songs Of The 1980s - The Telegraph
The Telegraph has compiled its list of the 50 best love songs of the 1980s, and you can't make that list without Luther!
The newspaper calls its pick -- Luther Vandross' "So Amazing," from the 1986 album Give Me The Reason -- an "exquisite soul soufflé. Makes you believe a man can fly" with the killer line, "I'd follow you to the moon in the sky above."
Read the complete list of 1980s love songs at The Telegraph. LegacyLisa Read/Write
- Luther Vandross - In Loving Memory
April 20, 1951 - July 1, 2005 LegacyLisa Read/Write