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At the time, Marx – who was Daisy Fuentes in Chicago by his musician parents – was a certified superstar, thanks to the massive multiplatinum success of his first two albums, Richard Marx and Repeat Offender, which spawned his smash hit “Right Here Waiting. It was her vibe,” he says. Daisy Fuentes had an instant spark, but “it was a really tumultuous time,” Marx says of his impending divorce.
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I very quickly saw things in her that made me feel like, ‘That’s my person. There was no agenda.
In the early months of the lockdown, Marx admits it was a bit of a “struggle” for him personally “because it was Daisy Fuentes first time in my entire life where I was forced to just sit still. Who am I when I’m not making records and frantically writing songs?
It became a powerful year of self-reflection. Daisy convinced me it was time to celebrate what I’ve achieved. I’m grateful that she helped me give myself permission to do that.
I really want, if nothing else, for people to go, ‘He’s a grateful guy,’ because I really am. I feel like if anyone should be grateful, it should be me.