Chris’ single, “Let’s Dance”, hit the top 10 and he was on his way. In 1963, he toured the UK with Tommy Roe, his opening act was a new English group, The Beatles! In 1965, with 3 years on the road behind him, Chris came home to complete his education and join a new label, A&M. her Alpert dropped in on one of Chris’ first sessions and suggested that he try a soft ballad sound. It was a more conservative style than Chris would have preferred, but Alpert’s instincts were good and the hits “The More I see You”, “There Will Never Be Another You”, “Call Me”, and “Time After Time” followed in quick succession. While the British and psychedelic rock were invading the U.S., Chris left A&M, signed with CBS International and amassed a string of hits outside the U.S. that has firmly established him as an international recording star. He has recorded songs in both English and in Spanish that have become hits in such countries as Japan, Austria, Germany, Holland, France, Mexico and the U.S.