Tuesday July 14, 2020

Holding out for a heroine

Bonnie Tyler tells Deanna O’Connor how her hit singles, rock-solid marriage and big hair have all withstood 50 years in the music business

8th September, 2019

For a woman known around the world for belting out one of the best-loved power ballads ever, it’s somewhat ironic that Bonnie Tyler lives in an area of Swansea called Mumbles. Not that she’s spent much time there recently, thanks to a touring schedule that has allowed her only three weeks off so far this year. With her latest album, Between the Earth and the Stars, released in March, the 68-year-old powerhouse is busier than...

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