Bonnie Tyler facts for kids
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Bonnie Tyler (right) with Matt Prior (left) in 2006
|Birth name||Gaynor Hopkins|
8 June 1951 |
Skewen, West Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom
|Genres||Pop rock, country rock, Wagnerian rock, Progressive rock, Heartland rock, Soft rock, Hard rock, New Wave, Disco, Pop|
|Labels||RCA, Chrysalis, CBS, Columbia, Hansa, Atlantic, East West, CMC Records, Sony, Stick Music, ZYX Music, Celtic Swan Recordings|
Bonnie Tyler (born Gaynor Hopkins, 8 June 1951) is a Welsh singer, songwriter, and philanthropist. She has had several major hit songs. Three songs, "Lost in France", "It's a Heartache" and "Total Eclipse of the Heart", became major hits in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Tyler represented the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö.
A list of Bonnie Tyler's albums:
- The World Starts Tonight (1977)
- Natural Force (1978)
- It's a Heartache (1978)
- Diamond Cut (1979)
- Goodbye to the Island (1981)
- Faster Than The Speed Of Night (1983)
- Secret Dreams And Forbidden Fire (1986)
- Hide Your Heart (1988)
- Notes From America (1988)
- Bitterblue (1991)
- Angel Heart (1992)
- Silhouette In Red (1993)
- Free Spirit (1995)
- All In One Voice (1998)
- Heart And Soul (2002) with the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra
- Simply Believe (2004)
- Wings (2005)
- Rocks and Honey (2013)
There are also collections of songs from the above albums.
Images for kids
Bonnie Tyler with Matt Prior performing in Soria, Spain (20 July 2006).
Bonnie Tyler Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.