Sheena Easton - For Your Eyes Only

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In 1979, she married Sandi Easton, the first of her four husbands. They divorced after eight months, and Sheena decided to keep the surname Easton. That year, one of her tutors coaxed her into auditioning for , producer of the BBC programme . Rantzen was planning a documentary film to chronicle a relative unknown's rise to pop-music stardom. Easton was selected as the subject for the programme, where she met and sang with and , whose manager told her that she was unlikely to make the big time.[] Within a year of the programme airing, Sheena Easton proved Massey wrong as executives awarded her a contract, and was assigned as her recording producer. became her first manager, and Easton spent much of 1980 being followed by camera crews, who filmed her throughout the process of making her first EMI single, "Modern Girl".

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HeyJude said:

Sheena E. and Sheila Easton ?!?!?
Okay, this always drives me nuts. Friends still mix-mash these women's names, three decades into their careers. Not the end of the world, just a pet peeve. Anyone else experience this?

It's Sheena Easton.
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Sheena Shirley Easton (née Orr; born 27 April 1959) is a Scottish-born recording artist and stage and screen actress with dual -United States nationality. Easton first came into the public eye as the focus of an episode in the first British musical reality television programme , which recorded her attempts to gain a record contract and her eventual signing with .

In 1999 / released the self-produced acoustic set, . Also around this time, Sheena Easton collection featuring 12 MCA singles recorded from 1988-1995 released and charted in Japan at number 98 (additional greatest hits collections surfaced in the US and UK, but did not chart).