A Night Out with Friends

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A Night Out With Friends
Live album by Richard Marx
Released June 19, 2012
Recorded Arcada Theatre, St. Charles, Ill
Genre rock, pop, acoustic
Label Zanzibar Records, TourDForce Productions
Producer Richard Marx
Richard Marx chronology
Inside My Head
A Night Out with Friends
Christmas Spirit

A Night Out With Friends is a two disc live album by Richard Marx with the second disc being a DVD, the second of his career. [1] Accompanying the release of A Night Out With Friends, the live performance video was broadcast on PBS', Front Row Center concert series, episode 109 began airing on May 31, 2012.[2] Richard Marx' friends, in order of appearance and song performed: Sara Niemietz ("Keep Coming Back"), Matt Scannell ("You're A God"), JC Chasez ("This I Promise You") and Hugh Jackman ("To Where You Are").[3]

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1 (CD)
  1. Endless Summer Nights
  2. One Thing Left
  3. Hazard
  4. Through My Veins
  5. When You Loved Me
  6. This I Promise You (with JC Chasez)
  7. The Letter (with Hugh Jackman)
  8. Satisfied
  9. Should've Known Better
  10. Right Here Waiting
  11. Over My Head
  12. Wouldn't Let Me Love You
Disc 2 (DVD)
  1. Endless Summer Nights
  2. Keep Coming Back (with Sara Niemietz)
  3. One Thing Left
  4. Hazard
  5. You're A God (with Matt Scannell)
  6. Hold On To The Nights/Now And Forever
  7. Always On Your Mind
  8. Save Me
  9. Through My Veins
  10. Take This Heart
  11. When You Loved Me
  12. Better Life
  13. This I Promise You (with JC Chasez)
  14. The Letter (with Hugh Jackman)
  15. To Where You Are (with Hugh Jackman)
  16. Angelia
  17. Satisfied
  18. Should've Known Better
  19. The Way She Loves Me
  20. Don't Mean Nothing
  21. Right Here Waiting


  1. ^ "A Night Out With Friends". Best Buy. Retrieved 2012-05-08. 
  2. ^ Front Row Center Episodes
  3. ^ Stephen Thomas Erlewine (12 June 2012). "review". A Night Out with Friends. Allmusic.com. Retrieved 22 January 2013.