The first David Foster & Friends Hitman Show on PBS was one of the highest rated pledge shows of the last decade and was viewed by millions of fans.
'This turned out to be one incredible show. I was thrilled to be able to get some of my very favorites on this go round who weren't free last time out, including Earth, Wind & Fire and Chaka Khan. There were so many magic moments that night. I'm especially proud of the terrific combinations of talent including a medley with Chaka, Seal and Michael Bolton, a breathtaking duet with Natalie Cole and Ruben Studdard and a standout performance by Charice, Ne-Yo and Robert Randolph. And of course, accompanying the great Donna Summer on keyboards for 'Last Dance' brought me right back into the studio when we first recorded the song,' commented Foster about the show.
David Foster's four decade career includes writing and producing with a who's-who in music including Whitney Houston, Barbra Streisand, Michael Buble', Josh Groban, Jennifer Holiday, Natalie Cole, Kenny Loggins, Madonna, Michael Jackson, George Harrison, Diana Ross, Sonny & Cher, Rod Stewart and scores of others. The Hitman also discovered, signed and produced Michael Buble' and Josh Groban, whose CDs have sold well over 20 million copies apiece. He is currently producing 'America's Got Talent' runner up - 10 year old Jackie Evancho, as well as writing a Broadway musical about Betty Boop. The success of the Foster & Friends franchise also includes sold out tours around the world.