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Bonnie Tyler Live 2023 - The Best Is Yet To Come, Bielefeld
Bonnie Tyler Live 2023 - The Best Is Yet To Come, Suhl
Bonnie Tyler Live 2023 - The Best Is Yet To Come, Dresden
Bonnie Tyler Live 2023 - The Best Is Yet To Come, Chemnitz
Bonnie Tyler - Celebrating 70 Years Birthday Bonnie Tyler, Würzburg
Bonnie Tyler - 40 Years "Total Eclipse of the Heart", Cracow
Bonnie Tyler & Band - Open Air 2024, Bad Elster
Bonnie Tyler, born Gaynor Sullivan MBE on June 8, 1951, is a Welsh singer renowned for her distinctive husky voice that has resonated across decades of musical success. Rising to fame with her 1977 album, "The World Starts Tonight," Tyler captured the hearts of audiences with hit singles like "Lost in France" and "More Than a Lover." The breakthrough moment came with her 1977 single "It's a Heartache," which soared to number four on the UK Singles Chart and reached number three on the US Billboard Hot 100.
In the 1980s, Bonnie Tyler collaborated with songwriter and producer Jim Steinman, resulting in her chart-topping album "Faster Than the Speed of Night." Steinman penned her biggest hit, "Total Eclipse of the Heart," and another significant success, "Holding Out for a Hero." Tyler's influence extended into the 1990s with the collaboration with Dieter Bohlen, producing the hit "Bitterblue." Notably, in 2003, she joined forces with singer Kareen Antonn for a bilingual duet, "Si demain... (Turn Around)," a rendition of "Total Eclipse of the Heart" that dominated the French charts.
In 2013, Tyler released "Rocks and Honey," featuring the single "Believe in Me," performed as the United Kingdom's representative at the Eurovision Song Contest. The artist continued to captivate audiences with subsequent albums, including "Between the Earth and the Stars" (2019) and "The Best Is Yet to Come" (2021), showcasing her enduring musical prowess.
Tyler's remarkable career has garnered three Grammy Award nominations and three Brit Award nominations, including recognition as British Female Solo Artist twice. In 2022, she was honored with an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours for her outstanding contributions to music.
With a discography spanning over several decades, Bonnie Tyler has left an indelible mark on the music industry with albums like "Faster Than the Speed of Night," "Rocks and Honey," and "The Best Is Yet to Come." Her timeless hits, including "Total Eclipse of the Heart" and "It's a Heartache," continue to resonate, having achieved estimated sales of over 6 million units each.
Beyond her musical achievements, Bonnie Tyler has received numerous accolades, including the Gold Badge award from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors (BASCA). Notably, she won the 10th World Popular Song Festival in 1979 and became the first UK representative to receive a Eurovision Song Contest Radio award in 2013. Recognized locally in Wales, Tyler was named freeman of Neath Port Talbot in 2011, received an honorary degree and doctorate from Swansea University in 2013, and became an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama.
In 2016, the Lord Mayor of Swansea honored Bonnie Tyler for her Services to Music. Moreover, Tyler's appointment as a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2022 Birthday Honours further solidifies her legacy and enduring impact on the world of music. Fans can experience the magic of Bonnie Tyler live by securing tickets to her concerts, where her powerful performances bring her iconic hits to life. Stay tuned for updates on tour dates to catch this legendary artist in action.