10 Baby Girl Names Inspired by 80's Popstars
The Eurythmics' had such a strong musical presence in the 80's, and Annie Lennox has enjoyed a successful solo career also.
"Heaven is a Place on Earth" sung by Belinda Carlisle has been a classic since it's release in 1987.
Big hair and an eccentric dress sense made Cyndi Lauper one of the biggest stars of the 80's.
Debbie Harry, lead singer of rock bank Blondie created classic 80's songs such as "Call Me" and "Heart of Glass".
Motown's most successful singer Diana Ross and her vocal group The Supremes had major success in the 80's. Diana is now aged 72
Donna Summer came on the music scene in the 70's when disco was at the height of popularity, but continued her success through the 80's and 90's.
The late 80's and early 90's Swedish pop-duo Roxette brought a more modern influence through their music, and released "Listen to your Heart" in 1988.
Sheena Easton is most famous for singing "For your Eyes Only", which was the theme song of the James Bond movie of the same name.
The singer Terri Nunn of the band Berlin has often topped many 80's music lists with their song "Take My Breath Away" from the movie Top Gun.
Tina Turner has been one of the most powerful singers the world has ever seen, and is still going strong at the age of 76.