‘I Don’t Sing About My Past’

Back to 1999: Tina Turner is heavily promoting her latest studio album Twenty Four Seven. Wheels started to turn for Tina after her incendiary  performance during VH1’s Divas Live and after the cancelation of a tour with Elton John, she went her own way. Massive promotion across the ocean for what would be Tina’s last album and last stadium tour. A new upload today, thanks to Kristian from Norway, with this video interview of Tina a couple of days before her appearance at the Nobel Peace Prize concert in Oslo! Looking fantastic, Tina talks about her latest hit When The Heartache Is Over, music and peace!

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6 Comments

by | January 14, 2017 · 10:59 am

6 responses to “‘I Don’t Sing About My Past’

  1. patricia levy-phillips

    Timing is everything. I volunteered of find encouraging music articles for my [newly] group of older singer’s and how to attract younger singer’s. I worked on composing a song myself. To find this early morning was all about the timing and this article is spot on.

  2. Aleksander

    The concert is and has always been in Norway!!!

  3. Rogerio Rodrigues

    I’ m free to do everything in music…

  4. Rogerio Rodrigues

    I’m free to do everything in music.

  5. Rogerio Rodrigues

    I would line to work with tours together

  6. Roger Rodrigues

    My fear Tina Turner. Yo’re very nice to come to US much more..you’re know. Do many people could’nt have ser your Show..life you saída. This energy. And to many others ser becouse line you havê changed to the best. We can to. The word can too. Evebary van allways lieeve with lover…
    Please i’me from Brasil and i’m in Switerland would line to ser if you can arreng s especial entrence for the Show in Zurich and Sursee. Thank’s a lot. Big hug…

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