Saturday, March 9, 2019

Singer Bonnie Tyler Reaches For "The Stars" On Her New Album

Singer/songwriter Bonnie Tyler has been performing for audiences for over four decades now. She released her first solo album in 1977 and became a household name first with the singles "It's A Heartache" and the chart topping "Total Eclipse Of The Heart." She will be releasing her seventeenth studio album "Between The Earth And The Stars" on March 22nd, through earMUSIC.

Her new album contains fourteen tracks, beginning with the steady rhythm of "Hold On," as Tyler's vocals sound perfectly aged. Her first special guest to appear on this release is Sir Rod Stewart, who duets with Tyler on the classic rock appeal of "Battle Of The Sexes." Bonnie Tyler gets the blues flowing through "Slow Walk," before featuring the work of Sir Barry Gibb, as he lends a hand with writing the ballad "Seven Waves Away." Status Quo's Francis Rossi helps Tyler pick the energy back up with the pounding rhythm of "Someone's Rockin' Your Heart," before slowing down once again for the emotional "Older." Tyler flexes her classic rock muscle with the energy of "Don't Push Your Luck," before finishing up her new album with the R&B sway of "Missing You" and the thick bass line of "Move." To find out more about Bonnie Tyler and her latest release "Between The Earth And The Stars," please visit bonnietyler.com.

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