After the first concerts in America and Australia with The Tina Turner Show in 1977, Tina was constantly on tour the following years to pay her debts and arrived solo for the first time Europe at the beginning of 1978. Dressed in Bob Mackie costumes and supported by four dancers, she performed several cover versions of popular songs, some old ones from Ike & Tina and some new tracks after the recording of her solo records Rough and Love Explosion. Because the setlist changed repeatedly over the time, it’s very hard to list all songs she performed. In 1979, she was also for a five week tour in South Africa, for which she was later often criticized. The concert from London’s Apollo Theatre on March 25, 1979 was released on home video.
This 12-page German program book for the „Tina Turner Show“ in 1979 features some live and promotional pictures, the setlist of the show, a biography and an interview with Tina.
This 16-page UK program book from 1979 features some promotional pictures from Tina’s recent album Rough as well as live pictures (some of them from the Ike & Tina period) and a short story about her life.
Lenny Macaluso: Guitar, Bandleader, Arranger / Norman Farrington: Drums / Billy Haynes: Bass / Kenny Moore: Piano, Vocals / Chuck O'Steen: Keyboards, Vocals / Ravah Daley: Dancer, Vocals / Edna Leyeune Richardson: Dancer, Vocals / Geronne Turner: Dancer, Vocals / David Wertheimer: Dancer, Vocals