Tommy Faragher

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Tommy Faragher is an American producer, composer, songwriter, singer, and arranger. He is originally from Redlands, California.


Tommy Faragher started his career as a singer and keyboardist with his family, who formed a group called The Faragher Brothers. The group recorded two albums for ABC Records, The Faragher Brothers (1976) and Family Ties (1977), then two albums for Polydor Records, Open Your Eyes (1978) and The Faraghers (1979).

In 1983, Tommy Faragher became a featured artist on the soundtrack for Staying Alive, the sequel to Saturday Night Fever. Tommy earned a Grammy nomination for his work, including the song "'Look Out For Number One" and another song, "We Dance So Close to the Fire'" which he composed himself.

As a keyboardist and vocalist, Tommy worked over the years as a session musician contributing to artists such as, Peter Criss, Melissa Manchester, Ringo Starr, Dusty Springfield, The Pointer Sisters, Patti Austin, Chris Thompson, Randy Edelman, Lou Rawls and Robbie Nevil.

Producer and songwriter

Tommy signed a publishing deal with 20th Century Fox in 1980 and wrote songs for Peter Criss and Dusty Springfield. In 1985 Faragher produced the Vanity album Skin on Skin for Motown giving him a top ten R&B single with his composition "Under the Influence" co-written with Robbie Nevil & Tony Haynes.

Signing a publishing deal with MCA Music in 1986 brought Tommy to New York where he produced records for Brenda K......
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