Get ready to flashback to the '80s when Stacey Q performs in El Paso this weekend. 

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Funkmeyer's Rec Room is back with another excellent throwback lineup featuring pop singer Stacey Q, best known for her 1986 hit single Two of Hearts. 

Considered the decade of indulgence, from fashion to politics, the '80s era was also responsible for turning out some of the best in television shows, movies, toys, and of course, the often imitated but never duplicated pop music that we still adore today.   

To this day, the '80s craze continues giving fans nostalgic feels of big teased hair, neon colors, and the distinct synthesizer sounds that are unmistakably the decade's sonic trademark.  

Now you can relive one of the best decades when Stacey Q and Trans X perform in concert to take fans down nostalgia lane this weekend.

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Known for her tiny body frame and huge teased-up hair, Stacey Q had one of the biggest hits globally, but she also dabbled in acting, even appearing in a guest role portraying herself on the sitcom The Facts of Life. 

After all these years, Stacey Q has continued to make music, releasing her fifth studio album in 2020 and appearing in various independent films. 

Opening the night will also include the Canadian synth band Trans X, known for their worldwide hit Living on Video. 

Don't miss out on a night of nostalgia as the '80s take over this weekend at Funkmeyer's in East El Paso.

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