Who Won the 1982
Grammys Record Of The Year

Kim Carnes

("Bette Davis Eyes")

1981 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner
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1982 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Kim Carnes News

Patrick Warburton celeb golf tournament tees off

The Desert Sun
Musical greats such as Don Felder, Robby Krieger, Mike Mills, Kim Carnes, Alice Cooper, John Elefante, Jerry Cantrell and many others are expected to perform. "The jam session is just jaw dropping," Warburton said. "It does wind up being one of those ...

1982 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Kim Carnes News

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Examiner.com
In 1956, looking for a legal loophole with which to shut down rock and roll shows, police in Cleveland, OH enforce a 1931 ordinance forbidding minors from dancing without adult supervision. The Rolling Stones started a Sunday night residency at The ...

1982 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Kim Carnes News

7 times Nile Rodgers saved some of his best work for lesser lights

New York Post
Kim Carnes: 'Invitation to Dance' (1985). Rodgers produced this obscure track for Kim “Bette Davis' Eyes” Carnes, which was used for the MGM anthology movie “That's Dancing!” Laurie Anderson: 'Language Is a Virus' (1986). Rodgers played guitar on and ...

1982 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Kim Carnes News

2015 Blast from the Past begins Feb. 27

Clanton Advertiser
... “Ain't That a Kick in the Head,” by Dean Martin, “Bette Davis Eyes,” by Kim Carnes, “Nobody,” by Sylvia, “You Ain't Woman Enough,” by Loretta Lynn, “Every Breath You Take,” by The Police, “I Will Survive,” by Gloria Gaynor, “Everywhere” by ...

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