Patty Smyth got her start in Scandal, who were featured on ERV for the "Love's Got A Line On You" video (and demo) in November, 2013. Scandal flirted with success, but only recorded one top 40 single prior to breaking up in 1984. Smyth then passed on joining Van Halen as the replacement for David Lee Roth, as she was pregnant with her first child (with then-boyfriend Richard Hell). She did sing on the Hooters 1985 LP Nervous Night (on "Where Do the Children Go") before finally releasing her first solo album in 1987.
The Never Enough album reached #66 on the charts, while the single of the same name climbed to #61. Smyth's 1992 eponymous second album did somewhat better, helped by two top 40 singles ( "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough" [with Don Henley] and "No Mistakes.") After the 1992 album, Smyth wrote a few songs for movie soundtracks before fading from view. In recent years, she has been a bit more active, and there was even a Scandal reunion in 2004 (and a new album in 2008).
The video for "Never Enough" is pretty standard fare, but it is still totally enjoyable. In addition, it's a (reworked) cover of a song by Baby Grand. (Baby Grand?) Baby Grand featured Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman (who would go on to form the Hooters in 1980). The group released two LPs in the 1970's but obviously did not break through. Here is the Patty Smyth version:
And the Baby Grand original: