Patty Smyth was born on June 26, 1957 in New York City, New York, United States. She is an american rock and roll musician that was a part of the band named Scandal.
Biography and Career:
Patty Smyth released two solo albums, first in 1987 and second in 1992. Following this, she released a hit record in a duet with Don Henley from The Eagles. The hit is named Sometimes Love Just Ain' Enough, who lend on Billboard Hot 100 on the second position. Its album won gold and featured another Top 40 hit named No Mistakes.
Patty Smyth was invited as a guest to sing on an album from The Hooters in 1985, named Nervous Night on the song Where Do The Children Go. One of her songs, from 1987, Never Enough, was also written by the members from The Hooters.
In 1994, her son
g named Look What Love Has Done received a nomination for Grammy and an Academy Award after what it was included in the soundtrack from the film Junior.
In 2004, thanks to VH 1, the Scandal was back on the stage again, for an episode of Bands Reunited. This resulted into a short american tour.
Birth Name: Patty Smyth
Nick Name: Patty Smyth
Years active: 1981 - present
Why do we like Patty Smyth?
We like Patty Smyth because she has a great voice and was a part of the band that had the biggest selling of an album from Columbia Records.
Why is Patty Smyth famous?
Patty Smyth is famous because she sings. She is an american rock and roll singer well known from the band Scandal.
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