Luther Vandross is an American (New York) singer. His style is soulful and would be considered in the R&B genre. Luther Vandross started with the music group Change before venturing out as a solo artist. Luther’s first album was released in 1981, Never Too Much and his last was released in 2003, Dance With My Father. Luther won eight Grammy Awards and has sold more than twenty-five million albums.
Luther Vandross has been a choice of music for many brides and grooms throughout the years. Many of his songs are still being played today. His emotion and topic of love are perfect for wedding music.
Luther Vandross Wedding Songs
6. The Best Things In Life Are Free – (Duet with Janet Jackson)
Released in 1992 on the soundtrack of Mo’ Money.
5. Endless Love (Duet with Mariah Carey)
The song was originally released in 1981 as a duet with Lionel Richie and Diana Ross.
Released in 1994 on album Songs. Endless Love is Luther Vandross’ biggest pop hit and peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.
2. Here And Now
Released in 1989 on the album The Best of Luther Vandross… The Best of Love. Here and now was a wedding super hit in the 1990s and was played at thousands of weddings as a first dance song for wedding couples. Here and Now peaked and number six on the Billboard Hot 100.
1. Dance With My Father
Released in 2003 on album Dance with My Father. The song was written with one of his close friends, Richard Marx. The song is a tribute to Luther’s father. Dance With My Father is a mainstay at wedding receptions to be played for the father-daughter dance.
Listen to our Luther Vandross songs playlist on Spotify.