Sep 232018

Written by Kim Carnes, Dave Ellingson, Mentor Williams & Eddie Reeves

Kim Carnes is an American singer/songwriter mostly known for her beautiful husky voice and her 1981 #1 classic, “Bette Davis Eyes.”

In the course of her long career, Carnes has released thirteen studio albums and placed more than a dozen solo singles on Billboard’s Hot 100. She reached the Top Ten in 1980 with “Don’t Fall In Love With A Dreamer,” a duet with country/pop superstar Kenny Rogers and two duets in 1984, one again with Rogers and another with R&B singer James Ingram. Carnes and Ingram scored on the Top 20 with “What About Me?,” a ballad co-written and produced by David Foster. Foster and Carnes crossed paths earlier in their careers.

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Aug 222010


written by David Foster & Takashi Matsumoto

In 1988 David Foster produced the album “Citron” for Japanese superstar Seiko Matsuda. “Citron” was a hit in Japan and included several good pop songs plus a duet with Foster on the ballad “Every Little Hurt.”
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