Rick Springfield is a versatile entertainer with a remarkable career spanning over four decades. As a Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, and musician, he has sold 25 million albums and delivered 17 U.S. Top 40 hits, including classics like "Jessie's Girl" and "Don't Talk to Strangers." Beyond music, he's made his mark as an accomplished actor in films like "Ricki and the Flash" and TV series like "Supernatural" and "American Horror Story."
Springfield is also a celebrated author with works such as his candid memoir "Late, Late at Night" and the comedic novel "Magnificent Vibration." His dedication to his craft and continuous creativity have earned him a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Despite his long-lasting success, he remains committed to pushing boundaries and connecting with audiences through his music. In 2019, he released "Orchestrating My Life," a collection of his hits reimagined with a rock orchestra and a touching tribute to his late mother. Rick Springfield's enduring impact on the entertainment world has been aptly dubbed "The Rickonaissance."