There are two performers called Richard Sanderson. One is a pop singer and composer popular in Europe, the other is an experimental musician based in London.
1. Richard Sanderson (born 5 March 1953, Taplow) is a British singer.
He was born in England, with a scottish father playing drums and a french mother playing the accordion.
Sanderson began playing piano from age five and picked up guitar at age 15. He is best known for his song "Reality", which was the title theme to the soundtrack to the 1980 film La Boum.