Why David Foster Took a Break from Music Production – and the Song That Reignited His Passion

David Foster is back to making music again. He’s the guy who made famous songs for singers like Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, and Mariah Carey. Recently, he worked with Grammy-winning trumpeter Chris Botti on his new album. Unlike before, this album is all about jazz music.

Foster thinks Chris Botti is amazing at playing jazz trumpet. He says watching Botti perform feels like a special experience. Foster decided to produce Botti’s new album, called “Chris Botti Vol. 1,” which is out now. He enjoyed working with Botti and other talented musicians. Instead of doing all the hard work himself, Foster just gave suggestions and enjoyed the process.

Foster admits that in the past, he used to be more involved in producing music, but he got tired of it. He felt like he was doing the same thing over and over again. So, he took a break from producing music for about eight years.

Now, Foster is excited to be back, especially because he’s trying something new by focusing on jazz music. Even though he wasn’t good at playing jazz himself, he still loves it. Working with Chris Botti and young talents like 18-year-old pianist Brandon Goldberg allows him to stay close to jazz music.

One song in Botti’s album that Foster really likes is “Danny Boy,” which will be released in time for St. Patrick’s Day. He thinks Botti’s version of this traditional Irish song is very emotional and beautiful.

Besides working with famous musicians, Foster enjoys making music with his wife, Katharine McPhee. They recently went on tour together with their son Rennie. Even though Foster produced their Christmas album, he says it was more like hanging out and having fun in the studio with his wife.

Overall, Foster is happy to be back in the music scene and trying new things with his music.

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