After hours of investigation, it seems that the ‘news’ about TINA appearing in the new musical was only an April Fools. If those alternatives facts seemed appealing better check twice before sharing rumors and non reliable informations. Anyway, glad to see most people got the joke, sorry to the ones who were offended by it, no harm intended.
And because we can’t stand fake news and to make it up to you, here is a new upload of probably the most epic and brutal performance of ‘I Can’t Stand The Rain’ from TINA live in Nijmegen, The Netherlands during her Break Every Rule Tour 30 years ago this year. Enjoy!
Tina was spotted today in Rotterdam, attending the opening of Peter Lindbergh photo exhibition. Tina has been photographed many times by the artist, their most famous collaboration being the Hanes campaign and the Missing You video clip that Lindbergh shot in 1996.
Our Queen looks totally stunning at nearly 77 (don’t forget the #TINA77 hashtag on Nov.26) and these pictures are a boost of energy for all of us fans! Thanks to the all the photographers who shared their pic on Instagram.
26 years ago today, Tina Turner performed three songs on Dutch television. She appeared on a TV-show for the promotion of album sales in the Netherlands, called the ‘Platen 10 Daagse’. She presented two songs from her new record Break Every Rule: Typical Male and Two People, as well as the classic Private Dancer. Tina is introduced by television presenter Ron Brandsteder, and she also appears in the finale of the show. Above you can see the performance of Typical Male, continue reading for the videos of Two People and Private Dancer.
The musical Soul Sister, based on the music and life of Ike & Tina Turner than opened at the Savoy Theatre in London’s West End on August 20 (and got fantastic reviews) is coming to the Netherlands. The performances are scheduled at the World Forum Theater in Den Haag, from December 28, 2012 until January 16, 2013! We will keep you inform if other dates are added, in The Netherlands or anywhere else in Europe!
Above, you can watch a commercial that Tina Turner did for the Dutch insurance company Nationale Nederlanden in 1996. In the commercial, you see footage of Tina looking younger through the years. This leads to the question: does this wonder of eternal youth need a pension plan? Tina answers: ‘You bet I do: my fans are my pension plan!’. After that she says (in Dutch!) the slogan of the company ‘wat er ook gebeurt’ – whatever happens. This commercial was broadcast on television in the Netherlands at the end of 1996, and includes footage from Tina’s concerts in the Amsterdam Arena in the same year.
21 years ago today, Tina Turner performed at the Feijenoord Stadium in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, as part of her Foreign Affair European tour. Later that year in November, Tina would finish her Foreign Affair tour also in Rotterdam, this time at the smaller indoor venue Ahoy. At that time, the tour was promoted as Tina’s final big tour, it turned out that it would be one of many ‘farewell’ tours! Below you will find some photos and audio from the concert in June in Rotterdam.
Today, we are offering you a very nice documentary broadcast before Tina’s concert in Amsterdam in 1996. See inside the post to download it. Currently unavailable due to Megaupload having been taken offline.
36 years ago , Tina performed at the Carré theater in Amsterdam, The Netherlands as part of her second European solo-tour. Below some songs from this concert, that was broadcast on the radio, photos as well as a review from a Dutch music magazine, plus translation!
A very special post today! 2 years ago on this day, Tina Turner opened a series of concerts (March 21 and 22 and May 2) at the GelreDome in Arnhem, The Netherlands. The shows were the biggest during Tina’s 50th anniversary tour, with approximately 33,000 fans in the stadium each night. Together with the concert in Prague, these were the only concerts with a standing audience. For this reason, the show was recorded for the dvd of the tour, but it was special also for a lot of other reasons.
In this post, you will find photos and newspaper articles from this show. Also, a (long) report about our experiences this weekend, written by Ben!