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Patty Smyth

American singer and songwriter

Patty Smyth

American singer and songwriter
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birthday
26th
June, 1957
Birth Place
New York, U.S.
Birth Sign
cancer
Biography

Patricia Smyth (born June 26, 1957) is an American singer and songwriter. She first came into national attention with the rock band Scandal and went on to record and perform as a solo artist. Her distinctive voice and new wave image gained broad exposure through video recordings aired on cable music video channels such as MTV. Her debut solo album Never Enough was well received, and generated a pair of Top 100 hits. In the early 1990s she reached the Top 10 with the hit single “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough,” a duet with Don Henley of Eagles. 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 retired tennis player John McEnroe in 1997.

instruments played
Guitar
Piano
Vocals
Associated Acts

Scandal Don Henley the Hooters

Birth Name

Patricia Smyth

Genres

Rock pop rock new wave

Occupations

Singer songwriter

Years Active

1981 present

Name

Patty Smyth

Nationality

United States of America

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