“Don’t Mean Nothing” is the debut single by singer/songwriter/producer Richard Marx from his Triple Platinum 1987 eponymous album. It hit #1 on Billboard’s Album Rock Tracks chart and #3 on the Hot 100. With the chart success of “Don’t Mean Nothing” and subsequent singles from his debut album, Marx became the first male artist to reach the top three of the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart with four singles from a debut album.
The song was aided by a popular MTV music video and in 1988, Marx was nominated for a Grammy Award for “Best Rock Vocal Performance – Solo” for “Don’t Mean Nothing”. He competed against Bruce Springsteen, Tina Turner, Bob Seger, and Joe Cocker.
Richard Marx is the eponymous debut album by singer/songwriter and record producer/arranger, Richard Marx, released in June 1987. Richard became the first male solo artist (and second solo artist overall – the first being Whitney Houston) in recording history to reach the top three of the Billboard Hot 100 with four singles from a debut […]
|Drums||John M Keane|
|Guitar Solo||Joe Walsh|
|Background Vocals||Randy Meisner|
|Background Vocals||Timothy B Schmit|