Sorry for the delay, but I was in Copenhagen myself to see Tina.
Here are some pictures from the rehearsal on April 1st and from the show on April 2nd.
Tina performed at the HCA show in Copenhagen, Denmark
Tina Turner at HCA show in Parken
The living legend behind immortal hits such as "Private Dancer", "What's love Got to do with it" and "Simply the Best" will appear in Denmark for the first time since 2000 to pay tribute to Hans Christian Andersen.
By on - H.C. Andersen 2005 - 25 March 2005
In 2000, Tina Turner gave a powerful and memorable performance at PARKEN, the national Danish soccer stadium, during her world tour. Many Danish fans probably thought this would be their last chance to experience Tina Turner in concert in Denmark. But now she's back! The Hans Christian Andersen 2005 Foundation and the Danish national broadcasting corporation, DR, are immensely proud to announce that one of the greatest female rock icons of all time will pay tribute to Hans Christian Andersen on his 200th anniversary, 2 April. Tine Turner will appear on stage at PARKEN as part of the spectacular fairytale show ONCE UPON A TIME, where she will perform two of her everlasting classics "What's love Got to do with it" and "Simply the Best".
Some new pictures from the opera ball in Zürich
Thanks Sid !
Tina attended a gala at the opera from Zürich yesterday. Here's the picture (thanks Sid) :
DVD All the best - The live collection - Out now ! (Europe)
I bought my copy today in the supermarket. I'll give some more info about the tracks :
Steamy Windows - Montage (Foreign Affair Tour 1990, What's Love Live Tour 1994, The Best of Tina Turner - Celebrate! 2000, One Last Time in Concert Wembley 2000, Wildest Dreams Tour Amsterdam 1996)
Show Some Respect (Private Dancer Tour 1985)
I Can't Stand The Rain (What's Love Live Tour 1994)
River Deep Mountain High (Wildest Dreams Tour, Amsterdam 1996)
Missing You (Wildest Dreams Tour, Amsterdam 1996)
Goldeneye (Wildest Dreams Tour, Amsterdam 1996)
Addicted To Love (Wildest Dreams Tour, Amsterdam 1996)
Private Dancer (One Last Time Live in Concert, Wembley 2000)
Let's Stay Together (Wildest Dreams Tour, Amsterdam 1996)
What's Love Got To Do With It (Private Dancer Tour, 1985)
I Don't Wanna Fight (What's Love Live Tour, 1994)
In Your Wildest Dreams (Wildest Dreams Tour, Amsterdam 1996)
When The Heartache Is Over (One Last Time Live in Concert, Wembley 2000)
We Don't Need Another Hero (One Last Time Live in Concert, Wembley 2000)
It's Only Love - Bryan Adams with Tina Turner (Private Dancer Tour, 1985)
Tonight - David Bowie with Tina Turner (Private Dancer Tour, 1985)
Nutbush City Limits (Wildest Dreams Tour, Amsterdam 1996)
Better Be Good To Me (One Last Time Live in Concert, Wembley 2000à
Proud Mary (Wildest Dreams Tour, Amsterdam 1996)
Whatever You Need (One Last Time Live in Concert, Wembley 2000)
All The Best Interview
The Best (What's Love Live Tour, 1994)
Open Arms (Live on Parkinson, 2004)
Paradise Is Here (Break Every Rule Promotional Video)
Be Tender With Me Baby (Foreign Affair Tour, Woburn Abbey, England 1990)
Cose Della Vita - Eros Ramazzotti with Tina Turner (clip)
Tina Turner Follows #2 Debut of ``All The Best'' Double-CD Anthology with ``All
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 23, 2005--
Live DVD Features 25 Classic Hits, Including Performances with David Bowie and Bryan Adams, Exclusive New Interview Footage and a Live Performance of Turner's New Single, "Open Arms"
What's live got to do with it? Everything when you're talking about Tina Turner. From the moment she stepped onstage with Ike Turner and the Ikettes in the late 1950s, Turner has been renowned for her incendiary live performances, exuding a gritty, utterly uncontrived sensuality and paving the way for every woman who's strutted across a stage since then. "All The Best - The Live Collection," a DVD featuring 25 classic performances by Turner in 5.1 Surround Sound is a potent reminder of her place as one of the most powerful performers of our time. The DVD is a companion to her double-CD anthology, "All The Best," which debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200 (her highest debut ever). "All The Best - The Live Collection" will be released on March 15th by Capitol Records.
Filmed from the "Private Dancer" era (1985) up to her Wembley appearance during 2000's "One Last Time In Concert" tour and a recent television studio performance of her latest hit, "Open Arms," "All The Best - The Live Collection" is a definitive collection of her hits. The "concert" portion of the DVD features Turner performing 20 of her biggest hits while "extras" include five additional tracks and an exclusive "All The Best" interview recently filmed at Turner's home in Switzerland. In the revealing 23-minute interview, she shares the stories behind the songs, including meeting John Fogerty (who penned "Proud Mary") for the first time just a few years ago, how David Bowie was instrumental in her signing a deal with Capitol Records and the day Mark Knopfler first played "Private Dancer" for her.
Tina feels quiet simply the best
Veteran rocker Tina Turner barely listens to music at home, because she craves peace and quiet during her downtime.
The 65-year-old singer insists her house in Switzerland is often a music-free zone.
She says: "I don't need music around me. I'm quiet, I like it quiet and I'm able to appreciate another kind of quiet and enjoy it. And then when I'm ready for the music, I enjoy it, but the radio or the music is not going all day."
Tina appeared as guest on German Medienpreis
Hilary Clinton received the Medienpreis in Baden-Baden last Sunday (Feb. 13th). There were only 100 guests invited and Tina was one of them.
LOS ANGELES (Billboard) - Tina Turner was 26 years old when she made her first appearance on the Billboard albums chart. Forty years and two weeks later, she has the highest-charting album of her career, thanks to the No. 2 debut of "All the Best" (Capitol).
Although she debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 the week of Aug. 29, 1960, with the Ike & Tina Turner single "A Fool in Love," Turner had to wait almost five more years before making an appearance on the albums chart. "Live! The Ike & Tina Turner Show" debuted on the list the week of Feb. 6, 1965, and peaked at No. 126.
Another 10 years would pass before Turner appeared on the album survey as a solo artist. "Acid Queen," featuring the title song that she sang in the film version of the Who's "Tommy," entered the week of Sept. 20, 1975. That LP peaked at No. 155.
And then almost nine more years went by before Turner placed another album on the chart. In 1984, her stunning comeback single "What's Love Got to Do With It" topped the Hot 100. In its wake, the "Private Dancer" album soared to No. 3 and became Turner's benchmark, until this week.
"All the Best" could usher in another stage in Turner's long career. The first single from the double-CD, "Open Arms," moves from No. 17 to No. 16 on the Adult Contemporary chart. One thing is certain: The debut of "Best" expands Turner's overall chart span to 44 years, five months and three weeks.
More pictures from Goldene Kamera
Thanks to Lars !