Music Month: Tina Turner
BIO: SAT 6 AUG, 9PM
Tina and Erwin leaving restaurant Nobu in Milan
Here are some pictures of Tina and Erwin leaving Restaurant Nobu in Milan.
The article says (translated from Croatian) :
Tina Turner tripped and almost fell in front of the restaurant
The singer has almost become a profitable prey for the paparazzi, but the 70 years old grandmother of rock stands sure on her feet.
Since she arrived in Milan she does not cease to attract the attention of the paparazzi who accompanied each step. This was also the case during last night's exit from fashionable singer restaurant Nobu.
Tina stumbled upon exiting, but managed to hold on to her partner which in turn interfered with the vendors care ward. Tina fortunately stayed on her feet, and afterwards had a good laugh over the situation.
More pictures are in the gallery
Sorry it has taken this long.
The website was moved to a different host and the software was upgraded.
As soon as I have some more time I'll put the downloads back online (points system is gone).
Thanks to everyone who supported the website !
Tina attended the Armani fashion show in Milan (February 26th).
Go to the gallery for more pictures.
Tina Turner's The Best for no. 1 in the UK !
Posted on Wednesday, April 14, 2010 @ 14:31:07 UTC in
Tina Turner never had a No. 1 hit single in the UK. Now the FANS have the chance to change this !
All you need to do is go to one of the UK music download sites like Apple Itunes UK, HMV.co.uk or Amazon.co.uk and download "The best" by Tina Turner from the "All the best" album - starting on April 19th, 2010 for one week.
It is important to do it in the same week since this will make the song climb the download charts! Once it hits the charts again there will be no stopping!
JUST GO ON THE INTERNET AND DOWNLOAD THE SONG FROM THIS LINK:
Amazon.co.uk for 79p
Itunes UK for 99p
Starting from 19th April, 2010
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We can do it!
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Tina at Armani show Prive
Posted on Tuesday, January 26, 2010 @ 19:55:06 UTC in
Veteran pop star Tina Turner may yet call her troupe of dancers out for another world tour, though for the moment she prefers home-cooked dinners and a stress-free life.
Sitting in the front row at the Giorgio Armani Prive fashion show in Paris yesterday, the 70-year-old looked radiant in a sparkling black top that revealed ample cleavage, her trademark mass of curls piled up high.
“People wanted to see me, so many were holding signs up saying, Thank You,” she said of her 2008 tour, which grossed US$47.7 million (RM162.35 million).
“I haven’t made a decision yet,” she told Reuters when asked if she would stage another tour.
“I didn’t make a plan for a big tour, with big stadiums. I’m not saying I won’t do it, get the girls out and do something, but I haven’t decided.”
Turner has for decades been one of the world’s most successful performers, roaring out hits like “Simply The Best” and “What’s Love Got To Do With It” in stage-stomping, high-octane concerts.
At Armani, as models prepared backstage for an haute couture show of sweeping white gowns and folded skirt suits, Turner said she liked simple clothes for everyday wear but still had a passion for racy outfits.
“My favourites are short skirts that work for heavy dancing,” she said. “I have a short torso, and it looks better with a short skirt.”
And even if another exhausting round of concerts is not imminent, waiting fans may console themselves with the prospect of a new album.
“Recording is something that’s always easier than touring. I wouldn’t mind, but nothing’s come my way right now and that’s fine,” Turner said with a smile.
Unfazed by the scrum of photographers around her, she said while she loved performing in public, she could see the advantages of a more quiet life.
“I have dinner parties, I can go to parties, there’s more freedom when you’re not working,” she said. “I’m just enjoying life.” — Reuters
Many other pictures (high quality) in the photogallery
Tina won a Swiss Award in the category Show
Yesterday, January 9th 2010, Tina Turner received a Swiss Award in the category Show. She was also nominated in the category Swiss of the year, which she didn't win.
There are 2 videos available, which you can download by right clicking and save as Tina leaving and Tina receiving the award. More pictures can be found in the Gallery
The live DVD/CD set, recorded earlier this year during her 50th Anniversary Concert Tour, is out now.
"Tina Live," filmed in March 2009 in Holland, features a career-spanning collection of 20 songs ranging from "Proud Mary" and "Nutbush City Limits" to "What's Love Got To Do With It" and "Private Dancer."
The accompanying CD houses 15 Turner favorites, including "River Deep, Mountain High," "We Don't Need Another Hero," "Let's Stay Together" and "Better Be Good To Me."
Right click on the video and click play to watch it
Bappi and Tina Turner together
Disco King Bappi Lahiri is on a roll, along with planning a tour with Michael Jackson, the singer is also reportedly collaborating with Rock ‘n’ Roll queen Tina Turner.
He confirmed recently, “Yes, there is a collaboration happening with Tina Turner. And its going to be different that anything she or I have done before. We are going to record some jazz music together.”
Bappi has also been in the process of finalizing an album with Whitney Houston and will be working with Alisha King in the future.
Presentation of the CD Beyond - Three voices for peace
Tina attended the presentation of the upcoming CD Beyond - Three voices for piece today in Erlenbach, Switzerland together with Dagsay and Regula Curti.
More pictures can be found in the photogallery