Thursday, 17 April 2014

Influential Pop Diva Cher Returns To The Billboard 200 Top 50!

Cher, 2014
Cher's latest album returns to the Top 50 of the Billboard 200 whilst 'Buffalo News' recognises her influence on a quartet of pop divas.

The chart run of Cher's latest studio album, 'Closer To The Truth', on the Billboard 200 has been unpredictable, unusual and riveting with a string of comebacks - just like the ultra-talented lady herself. The 11-track collection d├ębuted at #3 on the chart in September last year during a total of three weeks in the Top 10.

Saturday, 12 April 2014

Indianapolis Star: Cher's Concert Was A Smashing Success Bar One Unexpected Train Wreck

Cher in Indianapolis on her Dressed To Kill Tour
Cher's curtain call tour arrived in Indianapolis last night. Indianapolis Star's David Lindquist reviewed the 'Dressed To Kill Tour' stop, giving it all - bar one segment - a huge thumbs up:

Cher brings comfortable charm to flashy Indy show - Star balances state-of-the-art production with doses of self-deprecation

For someone who's won an Oscar, a Grammy and and an Emmy, Cher has no problem poking fun at herself.

Friday, 11 April 2014

'Daily Mail' Spotlights Cher's "Daring" 'Dressed To Kill Tour' Outfits

Cher singing 'Believe' on her 'Dressed To Kill Tour'
UK publication 'Daily Mail' showcased some of the sparkling costumes that Cher is sporting across North America on her current 'Dressed To Kill Tour'.

With the pun-intended attention-grabbing headline "Titillating! 67 year-old Cher stuns fans with daring outfits during live show - including heart-shaped NIPPLE PASTIES", the article opened with, "She is one of pop music's ultimate showgirls. And, to prove it, 67 year-old Cher took the stage in Boston, Massachusetts, on Thursday in a variety of dramatic costumes which left fans stunned."

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Cher Was In "Exceptional Form" During Her Sold-Out 'Dressed To Kill Tour' Stop In Boston Last Night

Cher During Her Sold-Out 'Dressed To Kill Tour' Stop In Boston Last Night
'Believe' singer Cher belted out some of her biggest hits in a breath-taking performance in Boston last night - and Boston Globe's James Reed had this to say about it in his riveting review:

OK, look, this time she means it. Maybe. After declaring her 2002 stretch on the road her farewell tour, it went on for three more years and then led to a three-year casino residency in Las Vegas.

When Cher came to a sold-out TD Garden on Wednesday, her first Boston concert in more than a decade, she reiterated that this was the last chance to hear her live.