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I thought I remembered hearing that Cross had once worked as a roadie for another major act before his own singing career took off. If anyone can verify and get that info in, it would be interesting I'd think. I *thought* it was for Meatloaf...I seem to remember it being for an act that was musically a lot "edgier" than Cross was. GBrady (talk) 19:07, 15 May 2009 (UTC)
Christopher Cross has a new C.D. out , doctor faith, Hey Kid, I'm too old for this, When you come home, Dreamers,
November, Leave it to me, Doctor Faith, Rescue, Help me cry,
Still I Resist, Poor Man's Ecstasy, Everything, Prayin'
First Studio album with all new material in 12 years ! ( four tildes )22.214.171.124 (talk) 06:24, 16 October 2011 (UTC) 16 October , 2011 2: 25 a.m.