A sit down with Richard Marx

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Richard Marx has kept a low profile over the past few years, preferring to work behind the scenes as a songwriter and producer for ‘N Sync, Keith Urban and Sister Hazel, among others. But that doesn’t mean the man who dominated rock radio in the late ’80s, selling 30 million albums worldwide and providing karaoke bars with hits such as “Right Here Waiting” and “Don’t Mean Nothing,” is done. Fed up with major labels, Marx recently released a pair of new albums through his Web site – the modern-rock-leaning “Emotional Remains” and “Sundown,” which combines low-key originals with covers of songs by the likes of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, along with duets with Toni Braxton and Vince Gill.  SFGate spoke to him from his home in Chicago.

On to the interview

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