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I told Russell in the morning and he said, "I don't know what it means but we gotta go with it that's all we got. I tried all kinds of things, so in the end I said it's got to be Love and Other Bruises. Nobody knew who we were with our first record and one guy at a radio station heard it and started to play it and one-by-one, other stations in Sydney picked it up. That was the path that I chose or should I say it was chosen for me. We were both Apostles. I knew as soon as I heard Russell's voice that I had to work with him because I knew I needed a great voice to sing my songs. But the reason I still tour is that I just love to play. I think that's why we gravitated to each other. We were both named Russell, sort of; he's a year old than me, but we were born three days apart in June, so we're both Gemini. MS: Do you hear Russell Hitchcock's voice in your head when you write a song? I'm 6-feet, 5-inches tall and pounds. Sometimes I think somebody got the wrong guy here. I've been given this gift and I use it. GR: We've come under fire for that. GR: We made a single; one record with an A side and a B side; it was a We were still in Superstar and we didn't have a name for the band. I love performing and writing songs more than anything in the world and everything that connected me to my career is connected to the songs. GR: I've been writing songs for such a long time it is second nature to me now and you know I still don't know how it works. I love to get up in front of an audience and play and play the songs that mean so much in their lives.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Russell oddly enough has no falsetto and he can't get down below certain notes. It's epic and it needs to be because the story is so epic. If people are going to have a go at my songs, then they are having a go at me. We started to talk and he was from Melbourne and I was living in Melbourne. Sometimes I get the lyrics first, or a really strong line and I'll think about it and it will turn into a musical phrase. That's just who I am and the person who I am. I started to write for Broadway two years ago -- I have one show opening in May. I never have any particular form or do anything in the traditional way. I've been working on it for about a year. I'm quite the opposite I have a studio here and I work every day. The music is very different than Air Supply music. I think it wasn't meant to be me; it was meant to be someone else. I said, "this is none of my business but the guy sitting next to me has the most incredible voice I've ever heard. How do you write a hit song? He was the missing link to my songs. GR: I live in Utah on a big ranch. In , the song Lost in Love became the fastest selling single in the world; lead vocalist Russell Hitchcock and guitarist-songwriter Graham Russell sold more than million albums and have toured regularly since MS: You've had so many hits. I'm not a pushover, though. I mean I sit down and I write very quickly. We've had a couple of readings and we went into the studio and now we're opening in May. Turn on any soft rock station and you're bound to hear an Air Supply song. I'm so thankful. The record company said that we had to have a name by the next day in the morning, so we were under a time constriction. It's a catchy tune and song title. GR: I do. Even if I'm on the road, I spend two or three hours around noon and I just play and I'll work on new songs. I know a lot of other songwriters and they say sometimes it take them weeks and weeks. It was white and it had these flashing lights going on and off all around it like a strobe light. I sometimes will be on a plane when we are flying to another show and I look out and think, "What am I doing here? It's something I love so dearly. In my English literature class, I was the only boy with 35 girls; it wasn't considered a manly thing to pursue, but I loved poetry. I know it's a gift. The director didn't even know it. And in the middle it had black writing and it said Air Supply. I should be in England in a factory or down a pit! One writer dubbed the soft rock duo Hit Supply and rightly so. The great thing about our musical partnership is I'm a baritone and I can cover a lot of the low stuff. GR: It was called Love and Other Bruises and, it's like a said earlier, I couldn't separate the title from the melody. Neither of us knew anyone. Because I see a lot of people working and they aren't into it. And I have a high falsetto. I really don't know how, it just happened and now I don't know any other path. I don't try to go back and do any different lyrics or change the chords. He's a tenor, so we pretty much have that whole spectrum covered. By the end of the Rod Stewart tour we had kind of made up for a lot of lost time. I went up to the director and almost got fired. They've been out in the world for almost forty years now. I'm so thankful for being able to do what I love to do. GR: That song was written in I really don't know where it came from but it did get ingrained in people's consciousness. I'm very conscious that I need to do that. We watched Rod every night; what he did, how he spoke to an audience, how he manufactured the song order, and we got to know him very well and his band. I like to think I'm a romantic person. And we were brand new and we had the number one record. So I grew up knowing that and I'd go to the houses, they were museums and they would have all these old collections of poems and I would think about the people that wrote these beautiful words and I was in the middle of it. We both loved the Beatles and shared that we both saw them live in I remember when the whole chorus began singing the numbers for Superstar and I was sitting next to Russell and I could hear him singing and I was amazed and then I realized straightaway that this guy's got the best voice in the show. Where did it come from? I'm not a social person when I'm not working. He made him a soldier in a vinyl suit, covered him from head to foot, he didn't even sing. That night, and this is true, I went to sleep and I dreamed that I saw this big billboard. GR: Yes, I write every day. Like other people may take their dog for a walk or take a swim or go to the beach, it's a daily activity for me. I do it every day at a certain time. And I had two years to do it because that's how long Superstar was going to be. If I do have a line, say four or five words, and then a musical phrase comes along with that. We opened for Rod for six months in America and we were as green as grass; we were only a month old. I don't really know much about music. GR: In the dressing room I had my guitar then and he kept saying. They are working for a living, but for me I love what I do. You've got him as a soldier, you ought to listen to him. It's like the song dictates itself. We felt like we were sent to school to learn to learn from the best that there was. I'm excited about that and I'm looking forward to a lot more musicals. It all kind of happened fast. He just happens to like my songs, which is cool. I'm kind of a big guy, so it must seem strange to people. GR: As soon as we finished Superstar , we got the job of opening for Rod Stewart and he was the biggest act in the world. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}They've been playing and singing together for forty years.