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September 22, 2015 12:48 ET

Air Supply Adds to the Magic of Their 40th Anniversary With a Dynamic Video for Their New Single "I Adore You" -- Even as Their Billboard Dance Hit "I Want You" Continues to Scale the Charts

The Duo Made the Local News in Salt Lake City -- Where the Video Was Shot -- for Including Loving Local Couples From All Walks of Life, Including Some Same Sex Pairs

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Sep 22, 2015) - While continuing on their global 40th Anniversary Tour and with a fresh dance hit rising on the charts, Air Supply keeps their spectacular momentum going with a dynamic video for their new single "I Adore You." (https://youtu.be/6stvoH1zrA0)

A ballad in the traditional vein of the hit making duo's most popular hits, "I Adore You" is, Graham Russell says, "that unmistakable and irresistible Air Supply sound. The ultimate blending of the singer and the song."

The video, which features solo vocal spotlights for both Russell and his musical partner Russell Hitchcock, was directed by Nyk Fry, who also helmed Air Supply's 30th Anniversary DVD The Singer and the Song.

"Producing, directing and shooting 'I Adore You' is arguably the most significant project I have done, a transition to a very bright future," says Fry. "The concept was to show a universal love, without boundaries, illustrated via short vignettes of groups of people as the song progresses."

Air Supply made the local news in Salt Lake City -- where the video was shot -- because the clip includes devoted loving couples from all walks of life who auditioned to make an appearance -- including a real-life same sex married couple. Graham Russell is a longtime resident of Utah; Russell Hitchcock lives in Atlanta. (https://kutv.com/news/local/utah-couples-featured-in-air-supplys-new-i-adore-you-video)

Air Supply's latest dance single "I Want You" just hit #31 on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart for the week to be published October 3, 2015. The duo first burst onto the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart in 2014 with The Wideboys remix of "Desert Sea Sky" -- officially extending their chart history to an incredible five decades.

Having just performed two dates in Colombia, Air Supply returns to the U.S. for shows at The Grove of Anaheim (September 25), Humphrey's in San Diego (September 26), South Plains Fair in Lubbock, TX (September 29) and Canadian dates in British Columbia and Alberta.

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