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The Skintight Revue

featuring Charlie Midnight & Jan Fairchild


“The Everlovin’ Travelin’ Show”


1. Everlovin’ Travelin’ Show   3:34

2. I Never Get It Right             2:53

3. Neighbor To Neighbor        4:26

4. Livin’ On The Hook             4:43

5. Jubilation Jam                     4:07

6. Goin’ My Own Way             3:16

7. Everybody Needs It            3:22

8. So Bad So Good                 3:59

9. One Mighty Note                 4:19

10. Long Walk To Heaven      3:40

11. Nothin’ But Good News    3:33

12. Skintight                            2:54

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The Everlovin’ Travelin’ Show, was written, produced and performed, by Charlie Midnight and Jan Fairchild, with a little help from their friends. It conveys the feeling of being on the road, sharing the music and experiencing it with friends. The music is a bluesy, New Orleans-influenced collage of songs with stories about itinerant, hopeful, joyful travellers who, in spite of whatever curves life throws at them, never stop rolling along in a never-ending jam, guided by the Van Morrison credo, “It’s too late to stop now.”


Charlie Midnight

Midnight began his career as the lead singer of rock ‘n’ roll bands, paying his dues in bars and clubs, performing six sets a night, 40-on-20-off, until 2.00am to a crowd of five in Brooklyn emporiums. in 1982 after performing in Manhattan clubs, Charlie was signed by Columbia Records and recorded his Innocent Bystander album, which came to the attention of iconic record producer and artist, Dan Hartman. Soon they became a successful songwriting team creating the classic James Brown song Living in America. Charlie has written the lyrics for Barbra Streisand’s new single Love Will Survive, the end title song of the recently released film “The Tattooist of Auschwitz”.

Charlie’s career of songwriting and producing spans more than forty years. He is noted for his versatility for writing and/or producing for a wide range of artists such as James Brown, Joni Mitchell, Cher, Katie Perry, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Idina Menzel, Barbra Streisand, Hilary Duff, Seal, Joe Cocker, Billy Joel, Jamey Johnson, Idina Menzel, Andrea Bocelli, Sheena Easton, Chaka Khan, The Doobie Brothers, John Waite, Paul Young, Dan Hartman and George Thorogood to name a few. His Grammy® nomination for Best R&B Song for writing James Brown’s Living in America earned Charlie a place in music history with James Brown receiving his first Grammy® for Best Male Rhythm & Blues Vocal Performance.

​Among Charlie’s many achievements are: a Golden Globe® nomination for Billy Joel’s Why Should I Worry; a Golden Globe® nomination for Joe Cocker’s A Woman Loves A Man; a Grammy® Award for Best Pop Album for Joni Mitchell’s Turbulent Indigo.

Charlie's passion continues to guide him and as he wrote in his book Deserve’s Got Nothing to Do With It, Talking C.R.A.P.P with Charlie Midnight – “Never look back and say ‘what if’ but to look around and say ‘what now’ and to look ahead and say ‘what next’ and let the creating and the doing be an end in and of itself and most importantly to ‘let your passion fuel you.”


Jan Fairchild

Music has been a part of Jan’s life since the age of seven when his father (Dave Mullaney, a very successful musician, arranger, producer of Hot Butter Popcorn fame) put an accordion in his hands and began teaching him to play.

He is a producer, composer, musician, recording engineer and Grammy® Award winning mixing engineer. Jan is considered one of the premier recording/mixing engineers in Los Angeles. His early entry into the digital recording and mixing fields put him at the forefront of the recording and mixing world, working at major recording studios in Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Miami, Atlanta, Toronto, Orlando, and Chicago. He has written and produced songs for Ne-Yo, T-Pain, Michael Bolton and Laura Branigan.

Two notable highlights of his career are winning Grammy® Awards for his mixing work. One with Norman Brown for Best Pop Instrumental Album and the other with Gladys Knight for Best Traditional R&B Album. He has also been nominated for a number of other Grammy® Awards including Best Rap Album with Mos Def (Yasin Bey), for recording and mixing The Ecstatic. Other notable mixes include Mos Def’s album True Magic, Common’s Drive Me Wild featuring Lily Allen and Gwen Stefani’s single Luxurious featuring Slim Thug.

His body of work includes recording and mixing for many top selling artists around the world, including Pharrell Williams, Justin Timberlake, Mary J. Blige, N.E.R.D, Whitney Houston, Gwen Stefani, Akon, Common, Stevie Wonder, Pavarotti, John Legend, The Roots, Al Jarreau, Anne Hathaway, Richie Havens, Nick Cannon, K'Naan, Brandy, Sisqo, Al Green, Dru Hill, Yolanda Adams and Talib Kweli.
He has worked with record producers including Mutt Lange (Shania Twain, Def Leopard),Jon Levine (Rachel Platen, Alessia Cara), Doc McKinney (Weekend), Walter Afanasieff (Mariah Carey, Michael Bolton) and legendary engineer/producer Tom Dowd (Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Eric Clapton).

As a musician Jan been in bands with Michael Bolton, Richie Zito (Elton John, Heart, Eddie Money), Earl Slick (David Bowie, John Lennon), Bruce Kulick (Meatloaf, Kiss), Lenny Kaye (Patty Smith, Susan Vega), Felix Cavaliere of the Rascals, Benny Mardones and Corky Laing (Mountain).


Also featured on both the album and first single is Buck Johnson singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and music producer. Johnson is the keyboardist and backing vocalist for the legendary rock band Aerosmith, The Hollywood Vampires (Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper, and Joe Perry) and The Joe Perry Project. Johnson hails from the backroads of Shady Grove, Alabama, where he grew up singing gospel throughout the South with his musical family.

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