Tina Turner 1st Perfomance in seven years!
May 18th 2007 - London
For the first time in 7 years, Tina Turner is back. The dress, well, we have seen that one, the hair, we have seen it but the legs! That was a long time ago we have not seen that! Tina performed at The Bedrock Ball at the Natural History Museum to launch the new, national children's charity 'Caudwell Children' on May 18, 2007 in London, England. Only Tina
For about 60 minutes, Tina Turner and 3 dancers were electrifying the stage with a great selection of songs. We were told by a Cauldwell insider that they’d had to reinforce the stage because Tina was moving too much and the structure was not strong enough for her.
For the first half of the concert, Tina was wearing a new outfit with leather pants and a black top. For the second half Tina was wearing her famous Armani dress from the 1996/1997 Wildest Dreams Tour.
Live footage of the whole show.
You have to wait for the video to go about half way, and then they start showing clips of most of the songs that Tina sang. Thanks Kyle!
The event was coverd by the OK Magazine and the story should be out soon!
More details will follow soon!
TINA Turner proved she is still simply the best when she came out of retirement for a charity concert. - http://www.express.co.uk/
She wowed an audience of business leaders and celebrities who had paid more than £15,000 each for tables at the show.
Tina, 67, showed off her perfect legs in a glittering mini dress at the event in London’s Natural History Museum. She treated the audience to a medley of her hits. The concert was Tina’s first live performance since she waved goodbye to fans at the old Wembley Stadium seven years ago.
The show raised funds for the Caudwell charity for sick and disabled children. And there are likely to be more concerts in the pipeline, as Tina revealed she has been planning a comeback. “Wisdom comes with age, especially when one is at the stage where I am. I still feel like something else is coming for me, something very special. I might be 90 or 100 years old, but I’ll still be able to say, ‘I’ve got it!’”
The audience included David Gest, Sir David Frost and singer Bryan Adams. TV presenter Chris Tarrant was also at the dinner with his daughter Helen.
Here are some pictures that we have found..
Set list (may not be the right order)
We Don't Need Another Hero
River Deep Mountain High
What's love got to do with it
Nutbush City Limits
If you would like to make a donation, please write to the
following address or visit the official website:
The Caudwell Charity
Shelton Old Road