Patty Smyth, whose name famously confused many with its relative closeness to another popular musician of the time (Patti Smith), entered in Rockdom with Scandal. It was their big hit that many will remember, “The Warrior”. The band broke up not long after the success of the album that housed the hit, but Patty Smyth did not let her hard-earned fame go to waste.  She released her first solo album in 1987, Never Enough. That album pushed out three singles. It was followed up with 1992’s self-titled new label debut, which promptly delivered “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough” (with Don Henley). 

On October 9, Patty Smyth returns with a new solo album, It’s About Time. The new album will feature eight new songs. “Drive” is currently in release as a single from the upcoming album (hear below).

It’s About Time will be released on CD and DD via BMG Records.

It’s About TimePatty Smyth
01 Drive
02 Build A Fire
03 Losing Things
04 No One Gets What They Want
05 Only One
06 I’m Gonna Get There
07 Downtown Train
08 Ode To Billie Joe 

By MARowe

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