Naked Eyes Tickets for Sale

The Naked Eyes were formed in Britain in 1981. They had a a key presence in the synth-pop movement that began in the early '80s. The band was comprised of former schoolmates Pete Byrne (vocals) and Rob Fisher (keyboards).

The Naked Eyes debuted in March 1983 with their LP "Burning Bridges." The album was also reissued in the U.S. a month later. The album's lead single, which was a cover of the Burt Bacharach-Hal David perennial "Always Something There to Remind Me," and became a huge hit in Britain and in the United States. The album reached the U.S. Top Ten on the strength of its video, which received heavy airplay on the fledgling MTV network. The band followed their success with an American follow-up, "Promises, Promises." The album was also a major hit, and Naked Eyes looked as of they were going places.
Unfortunately they could not sustain their hit formula. Their next album "Fuel for the Fire" was released in 1984 and did very poor business. The album's lone single " In the Name of Love" barely squeezed into the Top 40. The duo called it quits after the debacle. However, in 1988 Fisher made a comeback, but before he could make any major headway he died of complications following stomach surgery on August 25, 1999.

The other half of the Naked Eyes still performs in concerts all over the country. Find out what made this group an overnight sensation. Come and to concerts and you will definitely have a great time. Contact your on-line ticket vendor and buy your tickets.

Discography:

Everything and More - 2002
Promises, Promises.. - 1994
Fuel for the Fire - 1984
Naked Eyes - 1983
Burning Bridges - 1983