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Tina Turner made headlines around the world in May when she announced that she would tour this fall and winter. To complement the eight-time Grammy Award winner and Rock & Roll Hall of Famers long-awaited return to arenas throughout North America, Capitol/EMI will release Tina! on September 30, a new 18-track CD and digital collection of Turners top hits, rare live recordings and two exclusive new tracks.
In addition to featuring all of the career-spanning hits Turner will perform at her concerts, including Whats Love Got To Do With It, Private Dancer, Better Be Good To Me, We Dont Need Another Hero (Thunderdome), Proud Mary (1993 version), Nutbush City Limits, and River Deep Mountain High, among others, Tina! features two new, exclusive tracks, titled It Would Be A Crime and Im Ready.
Four concert recordings are also featured, including I Cant Stand The Rain, recorded live at Amsterdam Arena (1996), Addicted To Love, recorded live at Londons Camden Palace (1986), and two that have never before been released on CD, The Best, recorded live at Londons Wembley Arena (2000) and Lets Stay Together, recorded live at Amsterdam Arena (1996).
Tina Turners May 12 tour announcement and captivating live performance on The Oprah Winfrey Show was the talk of the entertainment world. The program will re-air prior to the release of Tina! and Turners tour-opening show in Kansas City, MO on October 1. The tour will take Turner to major cities across North America for 28 concerts from October 1 to December 12, including Newark, Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, Washington, DC, Toronto, and Montreal. 31 European dates will follow, from January 14 to April 3, including four nights of shows in Cologne, London, Manchester and Munich, three in Hamburg and Antwerp, two in Vienna, Paris and Arnhem and single dates in Paris, Berlin, Hannover and Zurich.
The brand new stage show will feature hit after hit spanning Turners entire career, with a spectacular production including the singers top-notch band, innovative choreography, hi-tech lighting and much more. With sensual, soulful and powerful vocals that have been part of music history for over four decades, the singers explosive live set will include everything from early career singles through solo superstar smashes, as well as 90s comeback hits including I Dont Wanna Fight and the theme song to the James Bond film Goldeneye. The set, the production, the songs, and Turners unique stage presence will delight her legions of fans who have followed the legendary divas extraordinary creative journey, while seducing new admirers and proving that her vocal majesty still continues its reign to this day. Before the tour begins, People magazine and Entertainment Tonight will showcase Turner with looks behind the curtain in special previews of what fans will enjoy at the concerts.
Turners last album was released in 2004, a collection of hits with the newly recorded single “Open Arms.” It was a worldwide smash, debuting at #2 on Billboards Top 200 chart. In 2005, she was honored as one of Oprah Winfreys legends, African-American women who have broken barriers in their lives and work, and ended the year as a Kennedy Center Honors recipient, the highest form of recognition of excellence in the arts in the U.S.
With sales totaling more than 170 million albums worldwide and a phenomenal number of hit records throughout her career, Tina Turner is the most successful female rock artist of all time and the undisputed Queen of Rock N Roll.
For the latest tour news and other updates, please visit Turners official Tina tour website: www.tinaturnerlive.com.