Desmond Child

Tags: rock aor melodic rock funk groovy jecks soundtrack pop soul hard rock acoustic funky myjukebox disco metal jazz 70s instrumental 80s alternative usa motown adult contemporary 90s american composer Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1970s 1990s 2000s
Links: allmusic discogs IMDb official homepage other databases secondhandsongs social network social network VIAF wikidata wikipedia


28 October 1953, Miami, Florida, USA. Child has enjoyed a career as both performer and songwriter, initially as leader of the under-achieving soft rock band Desmond Child & Rouge, and then as a highly successful writer for a wider rang of rock and pop artists. Child was taught the piano by his Cuban mother and formed his first band, Night Child, while still in high school. He formed Desmond Child & Rouge in 1975, recruiting an array of session musicians to back him up and college friends Maria Vidal, Myriam Naomi Vaille and Diana Grasselli as additional vocalists. The band attracted the interest of Kiss guitarist Paul Stanley. Signing to Capitol Records, their debut album, released in 1979, was a potpourri of styles, including elements of pop, rock, funk, blues and soul. The follow-up, Runners In The Night, adopted a more hard rock stance, but also met with indifference.

Rouge became redundant as Child decided to concentrate on...

Arrow Read the Full Biography of Desmond Child

Email alerts for products
by Desmond Child