What? There's ANOTHER 'In The Name of Love' hit from the '80s?
In August 2008, the '80s Regeneration Tour made its way to Clearwater, Florida and introducing Naked Eyes on stage was none other than a gentleman named Steve Spears. While Always Something There To Remind Me is the go-to Naked Eyes song for radio programmers, the duo of Pete Bryne and Rob Fisher did amass four Top 40 hits during their run. Their last single was (What) In the Name of Love that climbed to No. 39 in the fall of 1984.
The video tells the tale of the boys working a con job at a resort for the wealthy and features Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Lisa Vanderpump as one of the young starlets. Vanderpump can also be seen as the object of desire in the ABC video for Poison Arrow.
Naked Eyes split up later in 1984 and Fisher died in 1999. You can catch Naked Eyes in person this summer at various ‘80s music tours, including the Lost '80s Tour on Aug. 10 in Las Vegas, where Spears and Stuck in the '80s co-host Brad Williams will be holding court again. Join them!