|Birth Day:||June 15, 1949|
|Birth Place:||Melbourne, Australia|
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He worked as a salesman in 1965 after leaving school and was also the drummer and vocalist for the band 19th Generation.
Hitchcock attended South Brunswick State School, and later studied at Princes Hill High School in Carlton North. In 1965, he left school to work as a salesman. At that time, he played the drums and was the lead vocalist in a band called "19th Generation". At the age of 20, Hitchcock obtained a job at a computer company where he continued work for three years, before being promoted and transferred to Sydney.
After meeting British musician Graham Russell in 1975 on the set of a production of Jesus Christ Superstar, Air Supply was formed. The group went on to have many hit records from 1976 into the 1990s; among their biggest hits are "All Out of Love", "The One That You Love", "Lost in Love" and "Making Love Out of Nothing at All".
After the band took a break in 1987, Hitchcock released several solo singles followed by his self-titled solo debut album in 1988. In 1990, the single "Swear to Your Heart" was released, which is from the soundtrack of the film Arachnophobia.
In 1991, Air Supply made a comeback with the album The Earth Is ... featuring the singles "Without You" and "Stronger Than the Night". In 1995, Hitchcock recorded a duet, "Is It You", with Rita Coolidge from her album Behind the Memories.
Russell grew up with his family in Melbourne, Australia.
Currently, Russell Hitchcock is 71 years, 11 months and 28 days old. Russell Hitchcock will celebrate 72nd birthday on a Tuesday 15th of June 2021. Below we countdown to Russell Hitchcock upcoming birthday.