Thanks for visiting the 80's at 8 blog, updated daily with each day's show content and music videos for all the songs we played. If any ride in a taxi makes you nostalgic for Andy Kaufman, if you ever tried a milk and pepsi because Laverne drank them, if you laugh at people who think Wham's "Careless Whisper" is entitled "Never Gonna Dance Again" or if you wasted a half an hour on the couch watching Bob Ross paint happy little trees, then you’re listening to the right station; this is the 80s at 8, powered by Neil Finn of Crowded House at The Shubert Theater April 10th. ” We start today’s show off with a song from 1986, it was number 1 hit from Prince, the cooler part, the number 2 song was “Eternal Flame,”, which he wrote and gave to the Bangles.. here’s “Kiss”

From 1982 Peter Gabriel “Shock The Monkey” If you're keeping your hair crimper in storage in hopes that look comes back again, if you always wished you could buy a car from Joe Isuzu or if you know that E.T. loves Reeses Pieces, this is the show for you; it is the 80s at 8, from 1986 Michael McDonald “Sweet Freedom”

From 1987 Belinda Carlisle “Heaven Is a Place on Earth” If you still have your Castle Grayskull in its original packaging, if you were ever weirded out by the relationship between Henry and Punky Brewster or if you've ever matched a pastel shirt with a white suit and sockless loafers, you’re in the right place; this is the 80s at 8, from 1986 Sly Fox “Let’s Go All The Way”


Here is the answer to today’s timeline In which year did each of the following things take place?

Band Aid recorded the charity single "Do They Know It's Christmas?" to raise money for Ethiopian famine victims.

Crockett and Tubbs introduced the world to white and pastel suits with the premiere of Miami Vice.

& the only thing on Dan Akroyd's mind was the Staypuft Marshmallow Man in Ghostbusters in 1984, and that year, this song was featured in the movie Streets of Fire starring Willem Defoe and Diane Lane.. it was one of the first big flops for a summer blockbuster, but the soundtrack was pretty good! Here’s Dan Hartman “I Can Dream About You”

From 1987 Suzanne Vega “Tom’s Diner” If you've ever had a sleepless night because you're afraid of the town janitor, if you know that workin 9 to 5 is all takin and no givin or if you ever thought it was perfectly acceptable that Andrew McCarthy ended up with a Mannequin, you’re listening to the right station; this is the 80s at 8, from 1986 New Order “Bizarre Love Triangle”

From 1985 Til Tuesday “Voices Carry” If you ever read George Orwell's 1984 because you were inspired by a Mac commercial, if you ever went to FAO Schwartz to just to play "Heart and Soul" on their big piano or if Jay Leno still makes you want to snack on Doritos, then this is the show for you; it’s the 80s at 8 From 1986 Bananarama “Venus”

From 1984 Twisted Sister “We’re Not Gonna Take It” If Head of the Class taught you the Russkies weren't that bad with its famous trip to Moscow, if you ever held out hope that Cliff and Claire would adopt you, if you still remember when Scratch N Sniff stickers dominated every recess or if you've ever given Long Duck Dong his props, you’re in the right place; this is the 80s at 8 From 1985 Eurythmics “Would I Lie To You”