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Rob Fisher
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Birth: Nov. 5, 1956
Cheltenham Borough
Gloucestershire, England
Death: Aug. 25, 1999
Surrey, England

Rock singer. He was a member of the 1980s musical group, 'Naked Eyes.' A popular band of the pop movement, the band was formed in 1981, by Fisher, Pete Byrne, and Tony Mansfield. In 1983 they debuted with there LP, 'Burning Bridges,' later released in the US as a self-titled effort. There first single, taken from a Burt Bacharach-Hal David writing, "Always Something There To Remind Me," was a big hit on both sides of the Atlantic, reaching the US Top Ten in the form of a video, and receiving wide-play on MTV. The band's other US release 'Promises, Promises' was also a major hit, but however there 1984 release 'Fuel For The Fire' was not, even with the single debut from the LP, "(What) In The Name Of Love." In 1984 the band disbanded and went there separate ways. In 1988 Fisher tried again as a member of the pop duo, 'Climie Fisher.' There other songs include "Emotion In Motion," "Low Life," "Sacrifice," "I Could Show You How," "Fortune And Fame," "Eyes Of A Child," "Flag Of Convenience," and "Voices In My Head." Rob Fisher died in August 1999 at the age 39 from complications following stomach surgery. (bio by: K) 
Record added: Mar 18, 2003
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