Air Supply

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The 1975 meeting of Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock began a friendship and one of pop music’s best-selling groups whose name came from a dream Graham had – a billboard surrounded by flashing lights and the words, Air Supply, in the center. Their first hit, “Love and Other Bruises,” opened the door to perform with Rod Stewart in 1977. They struck gold with the 1980 song of the year “Lost In Love,” then quickly topped the worldwide charts once again with “All Out Of Love,” beginning a run of seven, consecutive Top Five singles. Their first four albums sold more than 20 million copies. The trademark sound of Russell Hitchcock’s soaring tenor voice and Graham Russell’s simple, but majestic compositions created a unique sound which continues 49 years later and will bring Air Supply to the OPAC billboard for the second time since their first Oxford performance in 2019.




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