Aaliyah made this
The name of the song is History, sang by Mai Tai. Sounds like an 80s song but it was actually made in 92.
Killing Joke. Song was called "Eighties"
Just a Friend was sang by Biz Markie.
I know that John Williams composed the music but I dont know who sang it. Laurie Anderson sang it
'til tuesday in 1985
The Boogie Boys
Imagine by John Lennon
Earth Wind and Fire-1980
Guns N' Roses.
= "Singers that sang the song Africa?" =
Byron Lee...but I think the original was Arrow
Artist named Shannon
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Its Blancmange - Living on the Ceiling
the song is Wake Up by Stop and u can see it on you tube
Possibly 70s/80s Group. Four Tops type
The original song, which I remember from the mid-80s or so, was by Katrina and the Waves.
R&B group called TOUCH
If your thinking of the song I am thinking of, Its called its MY life. It is by Bon Jovi
Toto performed the song "Africa"
(Call Me) When The Spirit Moves You was by Touch.
The group was called the Bananarama.
The song is Lean on Me by Red Box
It was Johnny Lee and Lane Brody
Joyce Sims - All and All
Joseph cotton -Things run low
Red Light by Linda Clifford
Tina Turner. If you ever see her do Proud Mary live-you will never forget it.
Yep, by Modern Romance. They also sang Best Years of our Lives.
yes 1 plant Koeberg built in the 80s,the only nuclear plant in Africa.
Written and played by Brownsville Station in 1973, covered by Motley Crue in the 80s.
Feel So Real, a hit for Steve Arrington, back in 1985.
PARADOX from their 1989 album; singer was sylvain cossette
David Paich sang the verse lead, Bobby Kimball sang chorus lead.
Howard Jones in the 80's Haddaway in the early 90's Two different songs
The group "Toto"
I don't believe anyone did however season 7 (2008) 4th place finisher Jason Castro sang it during the semifinals (Top 16)when the theme was songs from the '80s.
There may have been others, but Jane Olivor had a teriffic version of the song in the 80s.
Bobby Kimball and Steve Lukather shared the lead in Rosanna. Kimball sang the Africa chorus lead while David Paich sang the verse lead. Kimball has the high, strong pipes that most associate with Toto.
Cheryl Lynn, though many people mistakenly think it's Angela Bofill.
David Bowie did a song called Changes and it was redone by Butterfly Boucher.