Caudwell Charity (2007)

Tina Turner - Caudwell Charity - Concert

The Caudwell Children is an organization to help disabled children by providing access to the services, equipment, therapies and treatments they need to lead an active and independent life. Tina supported it with a live performance of seven songs at the Bedrock Ball in London’s Natural History Museum on May 18, 2007 to collect money. It was the first live concert from Tina after her Twenty Four Seven Tour in 2000, accompanied by her dancers Solange Guenier and Ivana Brnelic and Lisa Fisher with background vocals.

Date: May 18, 2007
Venue: Natural History Museum (London)

  1. Whatever You Want
  2. Do What You Do
  3. What's Love Got To Do With It
  4. We Don't Need Another Hero
  5. Private Dancer
  6. The Best
  7. Nutbush City Limits
Tina Turner - Caudwell Charity - Concert

May 21, 2007

Tina Turner proved she is still simply the best when she came out of retirement for a charity concert. 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 minidress 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 sickand disabled children. 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.

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