Dick Wagner

Dick Wagner

 Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
BandRockSinger/Songwriter

Hit songwriter and Guitar virtuoso Dick Wagner has been a musical force in rock & pop for over 40 years. Wagner's melodic soaring guitar was creative spark for Alice Cooper, Aerosmith, Kiss, Lou Reed. Lead Guitarist and Music Director for Alice Cooper, Wagner co-wrote most of Cooper's biggest hits.

Biography

DICK WAGNER

Nearly forty years after launching his storied and dynamic career, hit songwriter, guitar virtuoso and masterful producer and arranger Dick Wagner remains a brilliant and vital force on the pop/rock landscape he helped create.

Dick Wagner’s songs and lead guitar have been featured on more than 150 renowned albums, including 14 Platinum records, 16 Gold Records, 5 Silver Records; and Wagner has been awarded numerous BMI Songwriter Awards.

Legendary for his groundbreaking collaborations with Alice Cooper—for whom he was musical director, lead guitarist and co-writer of the icon’s biggest hits, including “Only Women Bleed,” “You And Me” and “Welcome To My Nightmare”--the Detroit area native helped define an era in rock history by performing or writing for Aerosmith, Lou Reed, Burton Cummings, Kiss, Meat Loaf, Steve Perry, Ringo Starr, Etta James, Peter Gabriel, Rod Stewart, Air Supply, Little Richard, Roy Orbison, and many more. Wagner was Cooper’s right hand man on such groundbreaking albums as Welcome to My Nightmare, Alice Cooper Goes to Hell, Lace and Whiskey, From the Inside and DaDa.

Writer on Demand

Currently in the studio writing songs again with Cooper for an upcoming CD, Wagner has become an in-demand, one stop “go to” guy offering his wide range of musical expertise to a multitude of clients in all genres. While famous as one of the most innovative guitarists of the rock era, he is also a highly prolific songwriter, with hundreds of tracks and numerous Top Ten hits to his credit. A master at writing engaging lyrics, catchy melodies and driving, rhythmic riffs, Wagner transforms simple concepts into fully realized songs, often overnight, as a “writer on demand.”

Multi-genre Producer, Arranger

Wagner is an impressively diverse presence “behind the boards,” offering his services as a top-flight producer and arranger. With refined, seasoned taste and powerful chops to spare, Wagner has a million ideas for your next project. With nearly 40 years of experience in the studio and on the road with rock music’s biggest artists, he brings extraordinary sonic expertise and edgy, soulful and sophisticated musicianship to every musical genre—rock, country, blues, jazz, alternative…. He has also expanded his scope in recent years to writing songs for TV shows and composing film scores.

Even after Cooper’s heyday, Wagner kept up the social conscience that the two tapped into with the domestic abuse themed “Only Women Bleed,” writing the song “Remember the Child” about the ills of child abuse. Originally commissioned by The San Antonio Commission on child Abuse, author/lecturer John Bradshaw discovered the song and chose it as his theme for the Emmy nominated PBS special “Homecoming.” It has since become the anthem for tens of thousands who have been scarred by child abuse, and is a catalytic tool used by many therapists in dealing with their patients.

Wagner is currently a principal in Desert Dreams Records. A full-service independent label based in Phoenix, Arizona, Desert Dreams takes a revolutionary -- and yet old school – hands-on approach to developing the extraordinary artist into the cutting-edge stars of tomorrow.

Desert Dreams Records: Music Production and Artist Development for the extraordinary Artist.

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Lyrics

ONLY WOMEN BLEED

Written By: Dick Wagner, Alice Cooper

Only Women Bleed

Man’s got his woman to take his seed
He’s got the power- oh
She’s got the need
She spends her life through pleasing up her man
She feeds him dinner or anything she can
She cries alone at night too often
He smokes and drinks and don’t come home at all

Only women bleed, only women bleed
Only women bleed, only women bleed

Man makes your hair gray
He’s your life’s mistake
All you’re really lookin for is an even break
He lies right at you
You know you hate this game
He slaps you once in awhile and you live and love in pain
She cries alone at night too often
He smokes and drinks and don’t come home at all

Only women bleed, only women bleed
Only women bleed, only women bleed
Only women bleed, only women bleed
Only women bleed, only women bleed

Black eyes all of the time
Don’t spend a dime
Clean up this grime
And you there, down on your knees, begging me please
Come watch me bleed

Only women bleed, only women bleed
Only women bleed, only women bleed
Only women bleed, only women bleed
Only women bleed, only women bleed

I’m a woman! And I speak to all the women in America!
All the women in Afghanistan, all the women in Africa!
To the women of the world, don’t let your man hurt you,
Don’t let him bring you down!
(Just kick that jackass out of town!)
Stand up for yourself, stand up for yourself,
And don’t let your man hurt you
Just call on your sisters, and your sisters will be there!

Only women bleed, only women bleed
Only women bleed, only women bleed
Only women bleed, only women bleed
Only women bleed, only women bleed

AFTER YOU

Written By: Dick Wagner

After You

I’ll be missing you
After you have gone away
After all the love we’ve shared
After you’ve stolen my heart away

I’ll be holding on
After you have let it go
After all is said and done
After you’ve touched my very soul

Now the time has come to say goodbye
I won’t let you see me cry
I’ll just hold it all inside of me
Cause baby after you, in my life
There won’t ever be another
No one in this world will ever do
After you

After you I wonder if my world is gonna spin
After you I wonder if the world will ever see a brand new me again

There’s gonna be some lonely nights
Locked up with my memories
After you have closed the door
After you’ve taken the only key

I’ll be breaking down
Before the final page is read
Baby just close the book
I already know the story’s end

Now the time has come to say goodbye
I won’t let you see me cry
I’ll just hold it all inside of me
Cause baby after you, in my life
There won’t ever be another
No one in this world will ever do
After you
After you

After you I wonder if my world is gonna spin
After you I wonder if the world will ever see a brand new me again

I’ll remember you
As long as there’s a breath in me
After all your special ways
Of bringing out the very best in me

I’ll be missing you
After you have gone away
After all the love we shared
Baby you’ve stolen my heart away

Now the time has come to say goodbye
I won’t let you see me cry
I’ll just hold it all inside of me
Cause baby after you, in my life
There won’t ever be another
No one in this world will ever do
After you
After you
There won’t ever be another
No one in this world will ever do
After you
After you

WELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE

Written By: Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner

Welcome to My Nightmare

I think you're gonna like it
I think you're gonna feel like you belong
A nocturnal vacation
Unnecessary sedation
You want to feel at home 'cause you belong

Welcome to my nightmare
Welcome to my breakdown
I hope I didn't scare you
That's just the way we are when we come down
We sweat and laugh and scream here
'cuz life is just a dream here
You know inside you feel right at home here

Welcome to my breakdown
Whoa
You're welcome to my nightmare
Yeah

Welcome to my nightmare
I think you're gonna like it
I think you're gonna feel that you belong
We sweat laugh and scream here
'cuz life is just a dream here
You know inside you feel right at home here
Welcome to my nightmare
Welcome to my breakdown
Yeah

YOU AND ME

Written By: Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner

YOU AND ME

When I get home from work,
I wanna wrap myself around you.
I wanna take you and squeeze you
Til the passion starts to rise.

I wanna take you to heaven.
That would make my day complete.

But you and me ain't no movie stars.
What we are is what we are.
We share a bed,
some lovin',
and TV, yeah.
And that's enough for a workin' man.
What I am is what I am.
And I tell you, babe,
well that's enough for me.

Sometimes when you're asleep
and I'm just starin' at the ceiling,
I wanna reach out and touch you,
but you just go on dreamin'.

If I could take you to heaven,
that would make my day complete.

But you and me ain't no movie stars.
What we are is what we are.
We share a bed,
some lovin',
and TV, yeah.
That's enough for a workin' man.
What I am is what I am.
And I tell you, sweetheart
that's just enough for me.

You and me ain't no super stars.
What we are is what we are.
We share a bed,
some popcorn,
and TV, yeah.
And that's enough for a workin' man.
What I am is what I am.
And I tell you, babe,
you're just enough for me.

When I get home from work,
I wanna wrap myself around you.
I like to hold you squeeze you
Til the passion starts to rise.

I wanna take you to heaven.
That would make my day complete.

You and me ain't no movie stars.
What we are is what we are.
We share a bed,
of lovin',
and TV, yeah.
And that's enough for a workin' man.
What I am well that's what I am.
I tell you, baby,
that's just enough for me.

JUST AS I AM

Written By: Dick Wagner, Rob Hegel

Ive had a lot of big dreams
Ive made a lot of bad moves
I know you could walk away
But you never do

Ive met a lot of cold hearts
Ive learned to smile and deceive
I know Im hard to be around
But you never leave

Im not easy to understand
But you hold out your hand

And you say you love me
Just as I am
You always treat me
The best that you can
You say you want me, need me
Love me, baby
Just as I am, just as I am

Ive made a lot of heartaches
Ive found a lot of closed doors
When all the others turn away
You love me more
You love me more

Im not easy to understand
But you hold out your hand

And you say you love me
Just as I am
You always treat me
The best that you can
You say you want me, need me
Love me, baby
Just as I am, just as I am

I want to love forever
To keep our world together
And be the best that I can be
Baby, every time the world caves in on me

And you say you love me
Just as I am
You always treat me
The best that you can
You say you want me, need me
Love me, baby
Just as I am, just as I am

Bulldog Blues

Written By: Dick Wagner, Alan Gordon, Jim Kaufman


Woke up this morning
Bulldog hid my shoes
Went for the paper there was drool all over the news
If he could open up a bottle
The bulldog’d prob’ly drink all my blues
Ten days a month you’re down in New Orleans
You say you’re a consultant, I still don’t know what that means
Well I’m singing to the bulldog, he’s singing back at me

We need the money, honey, but I need my honey too
Yeah we need the money honey, but I need my honey, too
The sun is going down and I got the bulldog blues

So broke, no green
Riding around in my old blue jeans
Since you went away
It’s just an ordinary day
I wake up, I lie down
Me and the dog take a ride into town
No one’s around it’s just an ordinary day

They tell me 88 keys can open up a lot of doors
Well I been working on this song since 1994
And now everybody tells me they don’t play this kind of music anymore
Two guys in bowties came to solicit me
They conned their way in, telling me what life really means
Before the bulldog ran ‘em off I subscribed to seven new magazines

We need the money, honey, but I need my honey too
Yeah we need the money honey, but I need my honey, too
The sun is going down and I got the bulldog blues

So broke, no green
Riding around in my old blue jeans
Since you went away
It’s just an ordinary day
I wake up, I lie down
Me and the dog take a ride into town
No one’s around it’s just an ordinary day

We need the money, honey, but I need my honey too
Yeah we need the money honey, but I need my honey, too
The sun is going down and I got the bulldog blues

So broke, no green
Riding around in my old blue jeans
Since you went away
It’s just an ordinary day
I wake up, I lie down
Me and the dog take a ride into town
No one’s around it’s just an ordinary day
Since you went away it’s just an ordinary day

Arizona Man

Written By: Dick Wagner, Wensday


You want me to come out to the desert
You Arizona man
I could give you all my pleasure
But it’s not in my plan
We’ve had a good time little darling
We’ve had a real good time
And I’m prob’ly gonna miss you
Somewhere down the line

I’m a free flyin woman
Nothing ties me down
‘specially not no cowboy
throw your lasso on the ground

Ride away, cowboy, ride away
Ride away, don’t ask me to stay
There’s a mountain you’ve got to climb
Before I take you and feel me inside
So ride away, cowboy, ride away
Ride away, cowboy, ride away

You want me to give up all my playmates
For you, Arizona man
I could leave them all behind me
But you just don’t understand
We’ve had a good time little darling
We’ve had a real good time
And I’m prob’ly gonna miss you
Somewhere down the line

I’m a free flyin woman
Nothing ties me down
‘specially not no cowboy
throw your lasso on the ground

Ride away, cowboy, ride away
Ride away, don’t ask me to stay
There’s a mountain you’ve got to climb
Before I take you and feel me inside
So ride away, cowboy, ride away
Ride away, cowboy, ride away
Ride away, cowboy, ride away

The Best Times of Our Lives

Written By: Dick Wagner, Alan Gordon, Jim Kaufman

THE BEST TIMES OF OUR LIVES

Now that the kids are all grown
Happily out on their own
Finally we are alone
Living the best…Times of our lives

You go on writing your book
I sit and play my guitar
I still love the way that you look
Sharing the best…Times of our lives

We sit around and reminisce
The tickets I lost…the flight that we missed
Did I remember…to tell you
You still light a fire with your kiss

Finally a table for two
Sharing a bottle of wine
Having a hell of a time
These are the best…Times of our lives

Don’t you just feel like we’re blessed
Now that the future is ours
Don’t you just love every moment
These are the best…Times of our lives

ANOTHER TWIST OF THE KNIFE

Written By: Dick Wagner, John Wetton

When the night rolls in, black as sin
I don’t need reminder what a mess I’m in.
Well I hate to lose, but I know I can’t win,
With you.

And now the laugh’s on me,
But enough is enough
My cover’s blown over and I ain’t that tough

It’s the same old joke, and it’s getting real old
Your alibis, baby, are leaving me cold

You and me our worlds collide
All that’s left is pain and pride.

Every day you ain’t in my life,
What I feel inside is,
Another twist of the knife.

I’m living in pain,
Another twist of the knife.
Here it comes again.
Another twist of the knife.

Well my life with you is a one way street
Through a town made of ice where there ain’t no heat
It’s a crying shame, but I get no love from you.

Well the highway’s closed, and the gates are shut
Your heart is a place that I just can’t touch.
Baby one last thing as you walk away,
Just turn out the lights on memory lane.

You and me our worlds collide
All that’s left is pain and pride
Every day you ain’t in my life
What I feel inside is,
Another twist of the knife.

I’m living in pain,
Another twist of the knife.
Here it comes again.
Another twist of the knife.

Go on, cut me till I bleed
Show me just what you feel for me
I’ve got no more to lose
Baby do what you gotta do

You and me our worlds collide
All that’s left is pain and pride
Every day you ain’t in my life
What I feel inside is,
Another twist of the knife.

I’m livin’ in pain, another twist of the knife.
Here it comes again
Another twist of the knife.

Blue Collar Babies

Written By: Dick Wagner, Mark Williamson


We’ve gotta roll outta these city lights.
The traffic’s all jammed up on the river side.
Don’t plan on comin’ home tonight.
And if that ain’t cool, I don’t really care.

It’s Friday night on the boulevard.
I got a third rate job and a second hand car.
But I don’t let it hurt my pride,
Tonight I feel like a millionaire.

Cause baby I’m streetwise and almost grown.
I can show you some tricks my old man don’t even know.
I’m movin’ faster baby, so hang on tight.
My needle’s buried, and it feels all right

Streewise, almost grown.
Let me take you some places your old lady wouldn’t go.
Blue collar babies on a red hot ride
And I’m gonna shift you into overdrive!
Right now!

Hey listen baby, it’s a long way home.
And if you don’t wanna play, youre gonna be on your own.
Have it any way you want, but we both know how you really feel.
I know you ain’t been around that much,
But baby you got some kind of magic touch.
You better give it up tonight, ‘cause you know I ain’t afraid to steal it.

They know that I’m streetwise and almost grown.
I can show you some tricks my old man don’t even know.
I’m movin’ faster baby, hang on tight.
My needle’s buried and it feels all right

Streetwise, we’re almost grown
Let me take you some places your old lady wouldn’t go
Blue collar babies on a red hot ride
I’m gonna shift you into overdrive!
Right now!

Baby I’m streetwise, almost grown.
I don’t give a damn what my old man knows
I’m movin’ faster baby, hang on tight.
My needle’s buried and it feels all right.

Streetwise, almost grown.
I’m gonna take you some places your old lady wouldn’t go
Blue collar babies on a red hot ride
I’m gonna shift you into overdrive! Yes!

STAGGER LEE

Written By: Lloyd Price, Harold Logan


The night was clear, and the moon was yellow
And the leaves came tumblin’ down.

I was standin’ on the corner,
When I heard my poor dog bark.
He was barking at the children
Who were down there in the dark.

There was Stagger Lee and Billy,
Two boys who gambled late
Stagger Lee threw a seven
Billy swore he threw eight.

Stagger Lee told Billy
I can’t let you get away with that.
You’re gonna win all my money
And my brand new Stetson hat.

So Stagger Lee he went home
And he got his forty-four
Said, “I’m goin’ to the barroom
Just to pay that debt I owe.
I’m gonna pay that debt I owe.”

Stagger Lee went to the barroom
And he stood across the barroom door.
He said, “Now nobody move. “
And he pulled out that forty-four.

“Stagger Lee,” cried Billy,
“Please don’t take my life.
I’ve got three little children
And a very sick little wife.”
No! Now put it down! Yeah! Un huh.

St Stagger Lee,” cried Billy,
“Oh please don’t take my life.
I’ve got three little children,
And a very sick little wife.”

But Stagger Lee shot Billy.
Oh he shot that poor boy so bad,
That the bullet went through Billy
And it broke the bartender’s back.
Yes it did! Oh yeah….

I said, Go Stagger Lee
I said, Go Stagger Lee
All right….

These Days

Written By: Dick Wagner


I’ve been out all night,
Up and down the lonely back streets,
In and out of every barroom door
And every hangout that we used to know.

And it feels so strange
Seein’ the old familiar faces.
Doin’ my best to keep myself in touch,
And I’ve been missing you
Much too much.

And I wonder what you’re doing for love these days.
It’s been a long time since anybody here
Has seen your face
Yes, I wonder, will I ever find someone to take your place?
I can’t stop thinking about you.
It’s hard living without you,
These days.

It’s the same old town.
Nothing ever seems to change too much
Even the movie at the all night show
I’ve seen it play a dozen times before

And it still feels strange,
Stumblin’ blindly through the darkness.
It’s always empty in the back row seats
Until I close my eyes, and you’re with me.

And I wonder, when you go out at night,
Do you ever get fooled in a neon light?
Think you see my face,
The way I sometimes think I see you.

But when you disappear from sight,
Just another shadow in the night.
I’ve played that same old game,
Every night down here on Main street
Hoping to see you baby one more time
Goin’ home strung out on the 4:09.

And I wonder what you’re doing for love these days.
It’s been a long time since anybody here
Has seen your face.
Yes, I wonder, will I ever find someone to take your place?
I can’t stop thinking about you.
It’s hard living without you,
These days.

I MIGHT AS WELL BE ON MARS

Written By: Dick Wagner, Alice Cooper, Desmond Child


The city streets are wet with rain tonight,
Taxi drivers swerve from lane to lane.
A lonely guitar man playin’ down the hall,
Midnight blues comin’ through the walls.

I tried to call you on the telephone,
I left it off the hook
Just to hear it ring.
You told me you were better off alone.
I never knew that tears could stain.

I’m on the roof
And I’m starin’ at the stars.
Lookin’ down at all the cars,
I can see you
In the window of your favorite corner bar.
But to reach you is just too far,
And I might as well be on mars.

The city seems so old and grey and beat.
It closes in and makes me wanna suffocate.
And you just live across the street,
But that’s a billion miles away

You’ve turned my world into a dark and lonely place.
Like a planet lost in space, my light is fadin’.
I’d cross the universe to be right where you are.
But I’m right in your backyard,
And I might as well be on mars.

Chorus
I might as well be on mars.
You can’t see me.
I might as well be the man on the moon.
You can’t hear me.
Oh, can you feel me so close
And yet so far.
Baby, I might as well be on mars.

Baby, I can’t fly.
If I could, I’d come down to you.
Maybe I should try.

I’m on the roof, and I’m starin’ at the stars
Lookin’ down at all the cars.
I can see you
In the window of your favorite corner bar.
But to reach is just too far,
And I might as well be on mars.

Chorus

FEEL IT ALL OVER

Written By: Dick Wagner


Hangin’ out on the west side streets
Runnin’ wild in the summer heat
Waitin’ for the night to fill the skies
Baby you were playin’ hard to get
All the boys, they were makin’ bets
And wonderin’ who’d
Be the first one you would try.

Me I was the lucky one
Had you for the first time
And now I’m here knockin at your back door

I wanna feel it, feel it
I wanna feel it all over once more, yeah
I wanna feel it all over once more

In the alley when the lights were low
I was lookin’ for a chance to score
But you were always one step out in front of me
Baby don’t you know it hurts so bad
All the boys said I’d been had.
It was just a game, just another fantasy.

But me I was the lucky one
Had you for the first time
And now I’m here knockin’ at your back door

I wanna feel it, feel it
I wanna feel it all over once more
Yeah I wanna feel it all over once more

Well …..I never shoulda left that town I know
I shoulda stayed around a while and let the good times roll

Hangin’ out on the west side streets
Runnin’ wild in the summer heat
Waitin for the night to fill the skies
You could always make it hurt so bad.
All the boys said I’d been had.
It was just a game to play, just a fantasy

But me I was the lucky one
Had you for the first time
And now I’m here knockin at your back door

I wanna feel it, feel it
I wanna feel it all over once more, babe.
Once more
I wanna feel it all over once more.

Discography

DISCOGRAPHY
YEAR GROUP ALBUM
1964-67 The Bossmen - various singles Guitar, Vocals, Composer
1967-68 The Fabulous Pack - I've Got News For You/Wide Trackin' (singles) Composer
1967 Dick Wagner and the Frosts - Rainy Day/Bad Girl (singles) Composer
1967 Dick Wagner and the Frosts - Sunshine/Little Girl (singles) Composer
1967 The Cherry Slush I Cannot Stop You (single) Composer, Producer
1968 Elation Fields Light Side Table/Heat Wave (singles) Producer and Arranger
1969 The FROST Frost Music - Guitar, Vocals, Composer
The FROST Rock and Roll Music - Guitar, Vocals, Composer
1970 The FROST Through the Eyes of Love Guitar, Vocals, Songs, Producer
1972 Ursa Major Ursa Major Guitar, Vocals, Composer
Alice Cooper, School's Out - Guitar
Ursa Major, Let The Music Play - Guitar, Vocals, Composer
1973 Alice Cooper, Billion Dollar Babies - Guitar , Composer
Alice Cooper, Muscle of Love - Guitar
Elliott Murphy Aquashow - Vocals, Vocal backgrounds
Flo & Eddie, Flo & Eddie - Guitar, Composer
Lou Reed, Berlin – Guitar, Vocals
1974 Aerosmith, Get Your Wings - Guitar
Alice Cooper, Alice Greatest Hits - Guitar
Justin Paige, Justin Paige - Guitar
Lou Reed, Rock & Roll Animal - Guitar, Background Vocals , Musical Director
1975 Lou Reed, Lou Reed Live - Guitar, Background Vocals, Musical Director
Alice Cooper, Welcome to My Nightmare – Guitar, Vocals, Composer , Muiscal Director
Alice Cooper, Alice Cooper Goes to Hell - Guitar, Arranger, Vocals, Conception, Composer
1976 KISS Destroyer - Guitar
Ray Manzarek, The Whole Thing Started from Rock and Roll – Guitar
1977 Alice Cooper, The Alice Cooper Show - Guitar, Composer, BkgVocals
Alice Cooper, Lace & Whiskey – Guitar, vocals
Peter Gabriel, Peter Peter Gabriel [car on cover] - Guitar, BkgVocals
Peter Gabriel, Solsbury Hill - Guitar
Richard Wagner, Richard Richard Wagner - Guitar, Composer, Vocals,
1978 Tim Curry, Read My Lips - Guitar, Composer, Producer
Etta James, Deep In The Night - Composer
Burton Cummings, Dream of a Child - Guitar
The FROST, Early Frost - Guitar, Vocals, Producer, Arranger, Composer
Mark Farner, Mark Farner - Guitar, Producer, Composer
Alice Cooper, From the Inside - Guitar, Composer, vocals
Hall & Oates, Along the Red Ledge - Guitar
197? Alice Cooper, Alice - Guitar
1979 Tim Curry, Fearless - Guitar, Producer, Composer
198? Jolly Brothers, Jolly Brothers - Guitar, Producer, Composer, Arranger
1982 Alice Cooper, Zipper Catches Skin - Guitar, Composer
1983 Alice Cooper, Da Da Guitar, Bass Guitar, BkgVocals, Composer
1983 Meatloaf, Midnight at the Lost and Found - Composer
1984 Patti Patti, Patti Austin - Composer
Jah Mahla, Jah Mahla - Guitar
1985 The Muppets,- Welcome To My Nightmare - Composer
1985 Air Supply, Air Supply - Composer
1985 Air Supply, Just As I Am - composer
1986 Lee Aaron, Call of the Wild - Composer
Etta James, The Late Show - Composer
Meatloaf, Blind Before I Stop - Composer
1988 Paolo Fresu, Only Women Bleed - Composer
198? Rod Stewart, Rod Stewart - Composer
198? Fiona, Fiona - Composer
1989 Tim Curry, The Best of Tim Curry - Guitar, Composer
1990 Throbs, The, The Language of Vagabonds – Producer, Guitar
1990 Lita Ford, Stilletto - Composer
1990 Ringo Starr, Live At Montreux - Composer
1991 Alice Cooper, Hey Stoopid - Guitar, Composer
1991 John Bradshaw, Homecoming PBS Television Theme Song - Composer
1991 Richard Wagner, Remember the Child - Composer, Guitar, Vocals, Producer
1992 Lita Ford, The Best Of Lita Ford - Composer, Producer
1992 Richard Wagner, Creating Love - Composer, Producer, Guitars
1992 Kiss, Revenge - Guitar
1992 Lou Reed, Between Thought and Expression: The Lou Reed Anthology - Guitar
Peter Gabriel, Peter Gabriel Revisited - Guitar, Vocals
‘70's Greatest Rock Hits:Vol.2 - Vocals, Composer
Heavy Hitters 70's Greatest Rock Hits:Vol.2 - Vocals, Composer
Heavy Hitters Guitar, Vocals, Composer
1993 John Bradshaw, Creating Love PBS Television
Monsters of Rock Monsters of Rock: Vol. 1- Guitar, Composer
Bill Kennedy's Showtime, Rock N Roll Music - Composer
John Farnham, Then Again – Composer, Guitar
Perry, Steve (unreleased) Guitar, Composer, Producer
Carmen McCrae, Only Women Bleed - Composer
Elvira, Elvira Presents: Haunted Hits - Composer, Guitar
1994 Bossmen, The The Bossmen - Guitar, Vocals, Composer, Producer
1994 Burton Cummings, The Burton Cummings Collection - Guitar
1994 Tina Turner, Only Women Bleed Composer
1995 Richard Wagner, Rock Hitstory: PROFILE Composer, Producer, All Instruments
Cleveland Intern

Set List

Dick Wagner hits and originals
Blues and Rock covers