Don't Mean Nothin': Richard Marx

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April 13, 2016

Photo by Kitty Dunn

The girls were swooning for Richard Marx in the 1980's, and the English teachers were wincing, especially when they heard the debut single off his 1987 album, Richard Marx.

"Don't Mean Nothing" made it to #3 on the charts and was even nominated for a Grammy for best Rock Solo Rock Vocal, losing to Bruce Springsteen's Tunnel of Love.

Jonathan has a special place in his heart for Richard Marx, as his father, Dick, wrote the theme song for the Chicago Blackhawks hockey team back in the 1960's. And it's still in use today!