‘80s power-pop group Tommy Tutone first stepped into the spotlight in 1980 with their debut single “Angel Say No,” just breaking the American Top 40. Their big break would come one year later with 1981’s “867-5309/Jenny,” launching the band to the top of the charts. The single peaked in 1982 and eventually earned a gold certification from the RIAA. The band followed up their newfound success with a third album, National Emotion, in 1983, and disbanded shortly after its release. In 1994, Tommy Tutone frontman Tommy Heath returned to the spotlight under the Tutone moniker, releasing a collection of post-Tommy Tutone recordings named Nervous Love. He continued to work with Tommy Tutone over the course of the next two decades.
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