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Piano sheets artist Richard Sanderson
Richard Sanderson is a British singer, best known for his hit songs Reality, So Many Ways and She's a Lady.
Born in England, with a Scottish father playing drums and a French mother playing the accordion, he was inspired very young to love music and become a musician.
He starts playing classical music on the piano at five. At fifteen, he studies guitar and two years later becomes the organ player of a local rock band, Lover's Love. The band releases 4four singles, one of them being Youth Has Gone (Amour De Papier), a song that he would revisit years later, Find a Reason Why. Three years later he becomes the official pianist of Nancy Hollaway and David Christie. At twenty one he has his own band and plays in hotels all around the world. He then leaves for the United States and plays with different bands while studying harmony and orchestration at the Berkley College of music.
At twenty five, he goes back to England and gets hired at the famous Trident recording studio. Under Vogue Records he releases his first solo single Un Vent de Folie under the name Richard Lory. Then he makes No Stickers Please in 1979, his first album. At Trident studio, he meets famous film composer Vladimir Cosma and is selected to perform the main theme of the big hit movie La Boum introducing Sophie Marceau. He is the voice of the songs Reality, Murky Turkey, and Go On Forever. The songs appeared on the film soundtrack album and as singles with other songs of the film.
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