We’re taking you back to the eighties with nonstop power pop hits! Break out your neon getup, fluff your hair, and sing along to some of the greatest songs of all time.
About Rick Springfield
The creator of some of the finest power pop anthems of the 1980s, Rick Springfield is a GRAMMY Award-winning singer, songwriter, and musician. The entertainer has sold 25 million albums and scored 17 Top 40 hits, including "Jessie’s Girl," "Don’t Talk to Strangers," and "Love Somebody."
About The Hooters
Formed in Philadelphia in 1980, the group honed an eclectic blend of rock, folk, and ska that led to a string of mid-eighties chart-toppers. Best remembered for the MTV staple "And We Danced," The Hooters also produced hits for Cyndi Lauper and Joan Osborne.
About Paul Young
After appearing in several UK-based bands, Paul Young began his solo career in 1982. He first gained a following with his version of Marvin Gaye’s "Wherever I Lay My Hat (That’s My Home)." This success pushed Paul’s debut album, No Parlez, to the top of the UK charts and gave him his first Top 40 hit in the US with "Come Back and Stay." The album sold several million copies worldwide and led to later hits including "Every Time You Go Away."
About Tommy Tutone
Tommy Tutone was an early-eighties power pop band led by vocalist Tommy Heath and guitarist Jim Keller. The group’s first single, "Angel Say No," scraped the bottom of the US Top 40 in 1980, yet it was 1981’s "867-5309 / Jenny" that sent the group to the top of the charts. Peaking in early 1982, the single hit number four and went Gold.