Bonnie Tyler


Bonnie made her mark on the music scene with her breakthrough album in 1977 called The World Starts Tonight which consisted of singles More Than a Lover and Lost in France. The following year she released ‘It’s A Heartache’ which peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart and then number three on the US Billboard Hot 100. The international star then ventured into rock music with the help of songwriter and producer Jim Steinman, following this collaboration Steinman wrote Bonnies biggest hit Total Eclipse of the Heart. This became the lead single on her 1983 album Faster Than the Speed of Night which proceeded to top the UK Charts. Steinman was also responsible for writing other major hits including Holding Out for a Hero.

Bonnie re-recorded Total Eclipse of the Heart in 2003 which singer Kareen Antonn, impressively the bilingual duo topped the French Charts. Bonnie performed her single Believe in Me at the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 where she represented the United Kingdom. This singe had came from her latest album Rocks and Honey. Leading a hugely successful career her hit singles Total Eclipse of the Heat and It’s a Heartache have become one of the best-selling singles of all time with sales that exceed six million each. Not only has her work earned her three Grammy Award nominations but also three BRIT Award nominations which only emphasises the impact she made on the music scene.

An extremely influential artist whose received a Gold Badge awarded by BASCA, won the 10th World Popular Song Festival in 1979 and became the first and only representative of the United Kingdom to receive a Eurovision Song Contest Radio award in 2013. In addition Bonnie was also honoured by the Lord Mayor of Swansea for her services to music. Often referred to as the female Rod Stewart, Bonnie’s music combines elements of rock, country, blues, pop and Celtic which means she appeals to a huge range of audiences. The International star will leave your crowd breathless with her beautiful husky voice and stage presence.