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Examples of "fergie_frederiksen"
Also in 2005, he sang The Story Lives On from "Northern Light" debut album with artist like Fergie Frederiksen (Toto).
Soto has sung background vocals on several albums by artists such as Lita Ford, Steelheart, Fergie Frederiksen, Glass Tiger, House of Lords, Stryper, Saigon Kick, and many others.
DiMino and Meadows departed the band in 1981, and the remaining members brought in vocalist Fergie Frederiksen (later of Toto) and guitarist Ricky Phillips (later of The Babys, then Bad English, then Styx), but this lineup dissolved shortly thereafter.
He is the founder of Legends Of Rock, a project that featured rock singers including Bobby Kimball, Jimi Jamison, Joe Lynn Turner, Tony Martin, Graham Bonnet, Mickey Thomas, Fergie Frederiksen, Steve Augeri, and Eric Martin.
Constellation varies, included artists are Grammy award winning and platinum selling stars like Bobby Kimball (original lead singer of Toto), Steve Augeri (ex Journey), Joe Lynn Turner (ex Rainbow, Deep Purple), Bill Champlin (formerly of Chicago), Fergie Frederiksen (ex Toto), Bruce Kulick (ex Kiss), Robin Beck and more.
Hamilton was the inspiration for the 1983 hit single "Carrie's Gone" (#79, "Billboard"), written by former boyfriend Fergie Frederiksen and recorded by his band, Le Roux, after they broke up. The 12-year age difference (Carrie was 19 and Fergie was 31 at the time) was cited as the main reason for the break-up.
Jack's song "Samantha" is credited in the film as being sung by David London, a pseudonym for rock singer Dennis "Fergie" Frederiksen, who was the lead singer for several popular rock bands during the 1980s. London/Frederiksen also sings a second song on the soundtrack, "The Sound of the City".
Evil Ways (Greg Walker) / Magic Carpet Ride (Nick St. Nicholas & Michael Monarch) / Sweet Home Alabama (Randall Hall) / Gimmie Three Steps (Randall Hall) / Here I Go Again (Aynsley Dunbar) / Black Magic Woman (Greg Walker) / Oye Como Va (Greg Walker) / Anyway You Want It (Aynsley Dunbar) / Free Bird (Randall Hall) / Rosanna (Fergie Frederiksen) / Born To Be Wild (Nick St. Nicholas & Michael Monarch)
Leonard entered the music business with late 1970s Chicago-based pop rock band Whisper, then later the same band membership, Trillion (name changed for legal reasons), featuring future Toto singer Dennis "Fergie" Frederiksen on lead vocals. His early career also featured short stints as a keyboardist in Frank Zappa’s band in 1976 and The Allman Brothers Band in 1980.
At the close of the "Isolation" tour in 1985, Fergie Frederiksen was let go. Lukather claimed that the band was not meshing well with Frederiksen because he had a difficult time recording with them in the studio. The band held an audition and Joseph Williams, son of famous film composer John Williams and 1950s singer/actress Barbara Ruick, was chosen to take over lead vocals in early 1986.
The music video (directed by Steve Barron) and lyrics to the song are based on the film "Whistle Down The Wind", about an escaped convict who runs into a group of children that mistake him for Jesus. Actor Brad Dourif plays the convict, and new member Fergie Frederiksen appears as a murder victim. Dourif and Toto would also work on the movie "Dune" that same year.
RTZ began as a collaboration between Boston members Brad Delp and Barry Goudreau around 1989. The original 1987 demo of "Face The Music" (featuring Fergie Frederiksen on vocals) was later made available for download at Goudreau and Delp were both part of the original Boston line-up and after Goudreau's departure from the band, they stayed in close contact with Delp contributing to Goudreau's solo album and also to a lesser degree on the "Orion the Hunter" album.
The instrumental soundtrack was recorded by the band (minus lead singer Fergie Frederiksen), accompanied by the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and the Vienna Volksoper Choir, conducted by Marty Paich, father of Toto keyboardist David Paich. "Prophecy Theme" was composed for the movie by Brian Eno, who is rumored to have written and composed an entire earlier "Dune" soundtrack, although only "Prophecy Theme" and some incidental background music survived in the final film version.
Evil Ways (Alex Ligertwood) / Magic Carpet Ride (Nick St. Nicholas & Michael Monarch) / Sweet Home Alabama (Randall Hall) / Gimmie Three Steps (Randall Hall) / Here I Go Again (Aynsley Dunbar) / Me and Bobby McGee (Rosilee) / Piece of My Heart (Rosilee) / Take It Easy (Randy Meisner) / Take It To The Limit (Randy Meisner) / Black Magic Woman (Alex Ligertwood) / Oye Como Va (Alex Ligertwood) / Anyway You Want It (Aynsley Dunbar) / Free Bird (Randall Hall) / Rosanna (Fergie Frederiksen) / Born To Be Wild (Nick St. Nicholas & Michael Monarch)
Nand left Spain for Los Angeles in 1990. In 1991, after auditioning for a possible incarnation of Ratt, Nand started writing with Bobby Blotzer and Juan Croucier from Ratt. Demos but no studio releases were recorded. The group again wrote together in 1992, again with no releases. His first job as a sideman was contributing guitar to the album "Frederiksen/Phillips", by the late rock singer Fergie Frederiksen and Styx bassist Ricky Phillips. It was released on Empire Records in 1995.
Dennis Hardy Frederiksen (May 15, 1951 – January 18, 2014) was an American rock singer best known as the former lead singer of Trillion, Angel, LeRoux and Toto, as well as providing backing vocals for Survivor. He was occasionally credited as Fergie Frederiksen or just Fergie. He contributed to hit singles in three consecutive years, all with different bands: Survivor's "American Heartbeat" in 1982, LeRoux's "Carrie's Gone" in 1983 and Toto's "Stranger in Town" in 1984.
Isolation is the Gold-certified fifth studio album by Toto, released on October 18, 1984. This was one of two albums the band made with Fergie Frederiksen as the primary vocalist, the other being their soundtrack to "Dune". "Isolation" failed to achieve the popularity of its predecessor, "Toto IV", although it achieved gold record status and gave the band their highest charting mainstream rock single "Stranger in Town" (No. 7). Relatively few songs from this album were featured in live performances after 1985's Isolation World Tour.
At one point, Richard Page of the band Mr. Mister was offered the lead singer spot, but turned it down to continue with his band. Fergie Frederiksen (formerly of Angel, Trillion and Le Roux) was brought in as the new vocalist and the band recorded "Isolation", released in November 1984. While "Isolation" did not achieve the acclaim or sales of "Toto IV", it did achieve Gold status, largely on the strength of the single "Stranger in Town". "Isolation"'s tour began in February 1985 and concluded three months later.
In early 2006, Toto released "Falling in Between" on the Italian label Frontiers, their first album of new material since 1999. The release featured extensive keyboard work from Steve Porcaro and a duet with Joseph Williams on the first single, "Bottom of Your Soul". Following the record's release, Toto embarked on an extensive worldwide tour in 2006, which continued into 2007 for a second leg. The 2007 leg featured Leland Sklar filling in on bass for Mike Porcaro due to an undisclosed illness. 2007 featured extensive dates in both Europe and the United States, including an appearance at Moondance Jam in Walker, Minnesota. Former lead singer Fergie Frederiksen made a guest appearance at the Minneapolis date on May 5, 2007 and Joseph Williams also made a few guest appearances with the band in June 2007.
Fahrenheit is the sixth studio album by Toto, released in 1986. It was their first album to feature Joseph Williams on lead vocals. Former lead singer Fergie Frederiksen was fired due to problems with his ability in the studio. However, he sings backing vocals on the song "Could This Be Love". It was also the last Toto album until "Toto XIV" in 2015 to feature keyboardist Steve Porcaro as a permanent member, as he left after the Fahrenheit tour. The album failed to go gold until 1994, but featured two top forty singles in "I'll Be Over You" (#11) and "Without Your Love" (#38). Singer/dancer Paula Abdul appears in the video for the third single, "Till The End."