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Holly Knight

Throughout the 1980s, Holly Knight didn’t just compose anthems that became the soundtrack for millions of people’s lives, she also created and crafted empowering odes to independence, liberation and equality—and her work helped define the MTV 1980s. These universal themes have never been more relevant than they are today, which is why we still hear her music every day. On television, films, and commercials, Knight’s work has become not just ubiquitous, but also generation-defining.

Her songs have appeared in movies as varied as Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, Thelma and Louise, Thirteen Going On Thirty, Anchorman ll, Dallas Buyers Club, The Other Woman, and have featured on TV shows including Schitt’s Creek, GLOW, Stranger Things, The Masked Singer, Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, American Idol, The Voice, The Simpsons, South Park, and Family Guy.
In 2013, Knight was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Artist: Tina Turner
Title: The Best
Album: Foreign Affair
Label: Parlaphone Records
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Year: 1989
Artist: Bon Jovi
Title: Stick To Your Guns
Album: New Jersey
Label: Island
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Year: 1988
Artist: Lou Gramm
Title: Just Between You and Me
Album: Long Hard Look
Label: Atlantic
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Year: 1988
Artist: Aerosmith
Title: Rag Doll
Album: Permanent Vacation
Label: Geffen
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Year: 1987
Artist: Rod Stewart
Title: Love Touch
Album: Every Beat Of My Heart
Label: WEA Records
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Year: 1986
Artist: Heart
Title: Never
Album: Heart
Label: Single
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Year: 1985
Artist: Animotion
Title: Obsession
Album: Obsession
Label: K-Tel
Credit: W
Year: 1984
Artist: Scandal
Title: The Warrior
Album: Warrior
Label: Sony BMG
Credit: W
Year: 1984
Artist: Tina Turner
Title: Better Be Good To Me
Album: Private Dancer
Label: Parlaphone Records
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Year: 1984
Artist: Pat Benatar
Title: Love Is A BattleFieldd
Album: Live From Earth
Label: Capitol
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Year: 1983