Air Supply was a pop and light music duo from Australia with alternating singers Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock. Between 1980 and 1982, the first seven singles by Air Supply all hit number one or number 2. Air Supply had six number one songs, including its first hit, Lost In Love. The US version of Lost In Love was reworked from an Australian version years earlier.
The Air Supply song The The Power Of Love (You Are My Lady) received slight play until 1988 when Laura Branigan made the song a top 20 near miss, and then became a 1994 number one song for Celine Dion.