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Examples of "bill_champlin"
Rhodes' songs have been recorded by many musicians, including Patti Austin, Daiane Schuur, Tom Scott, Bill Champlin, and Joey Scarbury.
For the 1988–95 television series of the same name, the song was recorded by Bill Champlin.
His latest solo project is a collaboration with former Chicago keyboardist, guitarist, and vocalist Bill Champlin on Champlin's 2008 solo album "No Place Left to Fall".
The song featured Bill Champlin on lead vocals and furthered Chicago's shift towards de-emphasizing the band's brass section compared to their earlier years.
The theme song was written by Guy Moon, Stephanie and Steve Tyrell and performed by Bill Champlin of the rock group, Chicago.
Chicago recorded the song on its 1995 big band album "Night and Day." Their version was arranged and featured lead vocals by Bill Champlin.
In 1993, Jay Graydon also released a version of the song on his solo album ("Airplay for the Planet") on which Bill Champlin provided the lead vocals. (As a trivia sidenote: At the time it was written, the song was originally intended for a solo album that Bill Champlin was recording [1978's ("Single")], which was being produced by David Foster. The songwriters agreed to let Earth, Wind & Fire release the song first on the "I Am" album instead.)
The latest album release by Widow, 2012's "Waiting for the World to End" includes supporting appearances by Bill Champlin, Mike Finnigan, Barry Goldberg, Reggie McBride and James Gadson.
Butch Engle formed The Showmen—not to be confused with the 1960s pop group of the same name— in 1963 after he took over and renamed an earlier incarnation of the band, whose roster had included Bill Champlin.
He also wrote songs for Philip Bailey, Evelyn "Champagne" King, Timothy B. Schmit, Kansas, Poco, Stacey Q, Bill Champlin, Jennifer Rush, Kelly Keagy, Lionville and co-wrote countless songs with Richard Marx and Rodney Atkins.
More recently, the rock group Chicago included the song on their "Night and Day" album in 1995. The arrangement by vocalist Bill Champlin features a guitar solo by Aerosmith's Joe Perry.
Bill Champlin did a cover of the song that was featured in season 2, episode 9 of "The Young Riders" (1990). The title of the episode is "Bad Company".
Throughout the 80s and the 90s he worked with Gary Dayton Hill, Johnny Nash, Darling Cruel, Kimm Rogers, Alejandro Escovedo, Stephen Bruton, Little Whisper, Maria Maldaur, Storyville, Tamara Champlin, Bill Champlin, Juice Newton, Mark Sebastian, Big Trouble and others.
In 2007 he presented "Fossum Experience" with Julie Dahle Aagård as special guest, at the club "Herr Nilsen" in Oslo, and was saxophone soloist with Bill Champlin from the legendary band Chicago and Kringkastingsorkesteret (KORK) in 2010.
The Rhythm Dukes was a short-lived band featuring Jerry Miller and Don Stevenson of Moby Grape, subsequently joined by Bill Champlin, of the Sons of Champlin, and later of Chicago.
Runaway is an album by Bill Champlin, released on Elektra Records in 1981. It is notable as containing "Tonight Tonight", Champlin's major hit as a solo artist, as well as "Sara", which also achieved a degree of chart success.
Champlin is the youngest son of Bill Champlin, former member of Chicago, and Tamara Champlin. He graduated from the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. He has one daughter.
He collaborated with Peer Music, Bill Champlin, Tamara Champlin, Piero Cassano, Ivana Spagna, Toto Cutugno, Marco Grasso, Pablo Manavello, Jorge Luis Cachin, Martha Cancel, Bernadette O'Reilly, Anthony Federov, Clara Serina, Franco Fasano, Danilo Amerio, Ariztia, and many others.
In addition to the Studio work there was the live show in 2010 at Cafe 316 in Monterey, Ca, where she performed her own music and was accompanied by Bill and Will Champlin. Tamara was with the sold out tour in Scandinavia (2011) that featured Leon Russell, Bill Champlin, Joe Williams, Peter Friestedt, and again in 2016 as part of Champlin Williams Friestedt tour in Europe and Japan. In 2014 re-formed her own band - this time with husband Bill Champlin, Carmen Grillo, Johnny Griparic and Dave Raven entertaining at Genghis Cohen. In 2014-2016 she performed acoustically with Bill Champlin in the US, Europe, Japan, Hawaii and South America and with the Sons of Champlin that toured steadily on the West Coast
Ockerman's first professional performance was with the Quicksilver Messenger Service in 1971, when the band performed during the last weekend of Bill Graham's Fillmore West in San Francisco. After Quicksilver Messenger Service, Ockerman played with a number of California-based acts, including IAM, Snail, Airtight, The Ducks, Bill Champlin, Rita Coolidge, Steve Marriott, Tom Johnston, Michael McDonald and Coco Montoya. He also played with New Orleans musicians Zigaboo Modeliste, George Porter, The Wild Magnolias and Cyril Neville. He also recorded with many of these performers, as well as working as a session musician with Bill Champlin and Jim Keltner, including a re recording of "Nature Boy", the 1940's