Rick Springfield Biography

Rick Springfield began playing in bands in his native Australia at an early age. The success of his solo debut brought him to Los Angeles, where he acted in television roles and released three albums with little success. While playing the handsome doctor Noah Drake on General Hospital, he also released the seminal album “Working Class Dog” that included the hits "Jessie's Girl", "I've Done Everything For You " and "Love Is Alright Tonite". "Jessie's Girl" also won him the Grammy in 1982 for Best Rock Male Vocal performance . Rick went onto to have a string of successful albums in the 80s which featured hits including "Don't Talk To Strangers", "Love Somebody", "Human Touch" and "Affair Of The Heart". Rick also is also known for his acting including roles in "Hard To Hold", "Ricki and The Flash", (co-starring opposite Meryl Streep) "True Detective", "Californication", "Supernatural" and recently "The Goldbergs". "Orchestrating My Life" released in 2019 will be Ricks seventeenth studio album. He has also written two New York Times Bestselling books; his autobiography "Late, Late At Night" which Rolling Stone included in 'One of the best 25 autobiographies of all time' and his first novel 'Magnificent Vibration'. Rick was awarded a star on the Hollywood walk of fame in 2014.