Artist Countdown: Patty Smyth w/ Scandal Top 20 10am ET @PattySmyth4real

Patty SmythPatty Smyth (born June 26, 1957) is an American singer and songwriter. She first came into national attention in 1982 as the lead singer of the band Scandal. She went on to record and perform on her own. Her distinctive voice and new-wave image gained broad exposure through video recordings aired on what were then newly emerging cable music video channels such as MTV. Her debut album Never Enough was well received, and generated a pair of Top 40 hits. Smyth had a remarkable stage presence and drew large audiences through the mid-1980s. In the early 1990s she again reached the Top 10 with the hit single “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough”, a duet sung with Don Henley. She performed and co-wrote with James Ingram the song “Look What Love Has Done” for the 1994 motion picture, Junior. The work earned her a Grammy Award nomination for Best Song Written for Visual Media, as well as an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song.  Smyth married tennis star John McEnroe in 1997.

Scandal is a rock band from the 1980s fronted by Patty Smyth. The band scored a hit in the United States with the song “The Warrior”, which peaked at No. 7 in 1984. Their other major hits were “Goodbye to You” (1982 – No. 65 US), “Love’s Got A Line On You” (1983 – No. 59 US), “Hands Tied” (1984 – No. 41 US), and “Beat of A Heart” (1985 – No. 41 US). – Wikipedia

1 Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough (with Don Henley)
2 Where Do The Children Go (with The Hooters)
3 The Warrior
4 No Mistakes
5 Beat Of A Heart
6 Hands Tied
7 Never Enough
8 Goodbye To You
9 Love’s Got A Line On You
10 Downtown Train
11 Isn’t It Enough
12 I Should Be Laughing
13 Shine
14 My Town 
15 Only The Young
16 River Of Love
17 Less Than Half
18 Carnival Lights
19 Make Me A Believer
20 Everyone Gets Older

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