Oct 022016
 

from MY CHERIE
Written by Diane Warren

In the eighties, Sheena Easton’s gorgeous voice graced the international music charts with hits including “Morning Train,” “The Lover In Me,” “For Your Eyes Only,” “Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair),” “Strut” and “We’ve Got Tonight,” her classic duet with Kenny Rogers that David Foster produced in 1981.
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Feb 012009
 

From WE’VE GOT TONIGHT (single)
Written by Bob Seger

“We’ve Got Tonight” is a sweet love ballad, originally written and performed by American rocker Bob Seger for his 1978 album “Stranger In Town.” That song became a hit and was eventually covered in 1983, with even bigger success, by country superstar Kenny Rogers in a duet with UK pop newcomer Sheena Easton. Continue reading »

Nov 252007
 

From BEST KEPT SECRET
Written by Cindy Richardson & Jennifer Kimball

After a few years of success with soft ballads like “For Your Eyes Only” and the David Foster-produced “We’ve Got Tonight,” Sheena Easton decided to update her sound to the modern radio trends of the early 80s. Her 1983 album, “Best Kept Secret,” moved the singer towards an up-tempo, synthesized pop in the same vein as other famous songbirds like Donna Summer, Olivia Newton-John and Laura Branigan. Continue reading »

Oct 232005
 

From MY CHERIE
Written by Marsha Malamet, Allan Rich, David Lasley & Robin Lerner

Scottish songstress Sheena Easton was red-hot in the early eighties when she had a string of big hits like the theme of the James Bond movie, “For Your Eyes Only,” the David Foster produced duet with Kenny Rogers, “We’ve Got Tonight,” “Sugar Walls,” written and produced by Prince and “Telefone (Long Distance Love Affair),” produced by Greg Mathieson. Continue reading »