Who Won the 1982
Grammys Record Of The Year

Kim Carnes

("Bette Davis Eyes")

1981 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner
1983  Winner

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1982 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Kim Carnes News

Teyana Taylor Reminds Us Why She's A Star In Kanye's “Fade” Video

DJBooth.net
Jennifer Beals character Alex Owens became a staple figure in dance, while making the music she danced to even more iconic - Michael Sembello's “Maniac,” Shandi's “He's A Dream,” Irene Cara's “What A Feeling,” and Kim Carnes “I'll Be There Where The ...



1982 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Kim Carnes News

Reissue CDs Weekly: Judy Henske & Jerry Yester

The Arts Desk
Both were significant hothouses: Chip Douglas and Henry Diltz were also in the latter while, at varying points, Kim Carnes, Gene Clark, Roger McGuinn and Barry McGuire were in the former. Yester went on the produce his brother's band The Association ...

1982 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Kim Carnes News

The Heist's "Save Madonna": Watch The Lyric Video For The Material Girl-Worthy Pop Gem

Idolator (blog)
One way to get attention for your latest song is to name it after an already-established pop culture icon. Just ask folks like Taylor Swift (“Tim McGraw”), Kim Carnes (“Bette Davis Eyes”) and The Wanted (“Walks Like Rihanna”). Er, well — maybe skip ...

1982 Grammys Record Of The Year Winner Kim Carnes News

Jackie DeShannon builds her own tower of song

North Shore News
Everything is superb but aside from Kim Carnes' 1981 rendition of "Bette Davis Eyes" (which was one of the biggest hits of the decade and won Grammy Awards for Song of the Year and Record of the Year) most of the tracks are rarities or obscure versions ...

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