After the huge success of her Foreign Affair album, Tina decided to go back on stage in 1990. Although it was announced as a world tour, it only reached European countries with concerts in the biggest stadiums, breaking the record for a European tour that was previously set by The Rolling Stones. Roger Davies suggested to work with dancers again and Tina asked her last backing girls with Lejeune Richardson (a former Ikette) and Annie Behringer to join her. At the first few shows, Tina used The Best as the opening number, while she walked down the stairways, but replaced it later with Steamy Windows. At some concerts she performed the song „Good Times“ from the Australian band The Easybeats and only at opening night also the songs Look Me In The Heart and „You Can’t Stop Me Loving You“. The concert from the Estadio Olimpico in Barcelona was released on home video.
Opening Night: April 27, 1990 / Antwerp (Belgium)
Closing Night: November 04, 1990 / Rotterdam (Netherlands)
Visitors: 3 Mio.
Home Video: Do You Want Some Action! (1990)
The 30-page program book (without the empty pages) has not been changed the entire tour and features no live pictures, but it contains many wonderful promotional pictures and some from the Foreign Affair video shoot.
Ollie Marland: Keyboard, Vocals / Jack Bruno: Drums / Bob Feit: Guitar / Timmy Capello: Persussion, Keyboard, Saxophone, Vocals / James Ralston: Guitar, Vocals / Lejeune Richardson: Dancer / Kenny Moore: Piano, Vocals / John Miles: Guitar, Vocals / Annie Behringer: Dancer