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Bonnie Tyler Declares “The Best Is Yet to Come”

The decade-defining singer had to postpone concerts and hasn’t been able to return to her home in a year because of travel bans, which haven’t dampened her spirit.

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First, Ana Maria Martinez, the artistic advisor for the Houston Grand Opera, announces that the theater will release Suite Española: Explorando Iberia on all platforms.

Then, Joel Sandel, Actor’s Equity Association, brings together nearly 80 local actors to make a Houston thank you video for supporting the performing arts.

And Bonnie Tyler is an iconic singer with recordings that define generations, including the quintessential power ballad of all time, Total Eclipse of the Heart.

Tyler talks about her return to the recording booth for her new album, The Best is Yet to Come, and its release just as she was grounded abroad during the pandemic.

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