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Rick Springfield is a singer-songwriter and musician. He is known for the 1981 #1 single "Jessie's Girl," which became a blockbuster of 1980s pop rock music and helped establish the emerging music video age.
Although Rick Springfield's music was frequently dismissed as vapid teen idol fare, his best moments have actually withstood the test of time far better than most critics would ever have imagined, emerging as some of the best-crafted mainstream power pop of the decade. He was a member of the band Zoot, one of the most popular groups in Australia during its time, scoring several hits.
Powered by the classic single "Jessie's Girl," which eventually hit the top of the charts, and the Top Ten follow-up "I've Done Everything for You," his album Working Class Dog was a smash success. The follow-up, Success Hasn't Spoiled Me Yet, was released in 1982, spawning the Top Ten smash "Don't Talk to Strangers." 1983's Living in Oz offered more of the same, including the Top Ten "Affair of the Heart."