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Airplay was a short-lived American band, formed by David Foster and Jay Graydon. The band released a self-titled album in 1980, containing "Nothin' You Can Do About It" (originally recorded by The Manhattan Transfer) and a cover of the Earth, Wind & Fire hit "After the Love Has Gone", written by Foster and Graydon with Bill Champlin.
Graydon was asked about Airplay in a 2014 interview:
|“||Did you guys ever envision Airplay becoming a full-time, touring type of band?
David wanted to tour and I didn't. A dumb move on my part.
- Backing musicians
- Jeff Porcaro (drums)
- David Hungate (bass)
- Steve Lukather (additional rhythm guitars)
- Steve Porcaro (synthesizer programming)
- Warren Wiebe
- Mike Baird (drums)
- Ray Parker, Jr. (additional rhythm guitars)
- Pete Robinson (synthesizer programming)
- Jerry Hey (trumpet & Flugelhorn)
- Gary Grant (trumpet)
- Steve Madaio (trumpet)
- Bill Reichenbach Jr. (trombone)
- Charlie Loper (trombone)
- Lew McCreary (trombone)
- Background vocals
- Bill Champlin
- Tom Kelly
- Max Gronenthal
- 1980 - Airplay (RCA)
- "Stranded" (1980)
- "Nothin' You Can Do About It" (1980)
- "Should We Carry On" (1981)
- 2014 interview with Jay Graydon on .