Knowledge Identifier: +Bonnie_Tyler
Tyler did not record any duets while signed to RCA Records between 1976 and 1980, when her contract ended
King praised Tyler's recording after seeing her perform the song live in Los Angeles in 1978
She signed with Columbia Records in 1982
Sophie Grigson - After graduating in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics , she worked for a time as a production manager of pop videos for groups including Bonnie Tyler and The Style Council
UK Albums Chart - Her 1983 album "Faster Than the Speed of Night" debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart, earning her a Guinness World Record for being the first female artist to do so
The most successful single from this album was "Holding Out for a Hero", used for the soundtrack of Footloose and as the main theme for the 1984 US television series "Cover Up", though the version heard on the TV series was not Tyler's original but performed by the singer E.G. Daily
Robin Gibb - In 1985, he released his fifth solo album "Walls Have Eyes" with the singles "Like a Fool" and "Toys", both songs were not charted in the US or UK. These three albums were more successful in Europe than in the UK or US. In 1986, Gibb joined Thompson Twins, Zak Starkey, Cliff Richard, Bonnie Tyler, John_Parr and Holly Johnson under the name "Anti-Heroin Project" to record a charity single called "Live-In World", In late 1986, the Bee Gees began to writing and recording songs for their album "E.S.P." to be released in 1987
Giorgio Moroder - In addition to producing several hits with Donna Summer, Moroder produced a number of electronic disco hits for The Three Degrees, two albums for Sparks, a handful of songs on Bonnie Tyler's album "Bitterblue" as well as her 1985 single "Here She Comes" and a score of songs for performers including David Bowie, Irene Cara, Madleen Kane, Melissa Manchester, Blondie, Japan, and France Joli
Lissette - She is best known for recording a Spanish language-version of Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart" in 1985
In 1987, Tyler recorded vocals for the Mike Oldfield single "Islands", which was a European chart hit
A previously unreleased recording from the 1990s appeared on SoundCloud in March 2012, entitled "Never Gonna Take No for an Answer", written by British songwriter Martin Brown and Tyler's bassist and member of Romeo's Daughter, Ed Poole
Jeff Lynne - Lynne's work in the 1990s includes production of a 1993 album for singer/songwriter Julianna Raye entitled "Something Peculiar" and production or songwriting contributions to albums by Roger McGuinn , Joe Cocker , Aerosmith , Tom Jones , Bonnie Tyler , the film "Still Crazy", Hank Marvin , Et Moi , and the Tandy Morgan Band
German producer and songwriter Dieter Bohlen reached out to Tyler in 1991, proposing a collaboration
Chris Thompson (English musician) - Thompson has been featured on several albums by artists such as Alan Parsons, Jan Hammer, Steve Hackett, Bonnie Tyler, Mike_Oldfield, and Sarah Brightman, as well as providing back up vocals for the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert, and later for Brian May of Queen, during his first few solo concerts, in South America in 1992
Her success with "Angel Heart" led to her several awards and nominations, including a Bravo Otto award in Germany, and an Echo award for best pop/rock singer of 1993
Returning to Germany in 1997, Tyler recorded "He's the King" for the German film "Der König von St. Pauli"
In 2000, Tyler recorded "Tables Turn" with Mal Pope for his album "The Ring"
In 2003, Tyler was approached by French singer Kareen Antonn to record a bilingual version of "Total Eclipse of the Heart"
Imogen Heap - Heap and Sigsworth remain firm friends, and have worked together since the project, including their temporary re-formation in late 2003, when they covered the Bonnie Tyler classic, "Holding Out for a Hero", which was featured during the credits of the movie "Shrek 2" after Jennifer Saunders version in the film
For her birthday in 2005, Tyler and her French band performed in La Cigale, Paris, and in Zaragosa, Spain, before an audience of 100,000 people
Lorraine Crosby - In 2005 she sang a duet with Bonnie Tyler for the track "I'll Stand by You" from the album "Wings"
Lorraine Crosby - In November 2008 she appeared at Newcastle City Hall with special guest Bonnie Tyler to launch her album entitled "Mrs Loud"
Also in 2011, Tyler won an award at the BMI London awards for "It's a Heartache" gaining over 3 million airplays on US television and radio since it was first recorded in 1977
Tyler travelled to Nashville, Tennessee with her manager in early 2012 to scout for new material to record
Vince Gill - In April 2012, it was confirmed that Gill had been working with Bonnie Tyler on her upcoming album, performing a duet with her entitled "What You Need from Me"
After the Eurovision Song Contest 2013, Eurovision Song Contest Radio hosted their annual awards, where Tyler was the first United Kingdom representative to receive an award
Status Quo (band) - In December 2013 that year, Quo toured under the Quofest banner for a second year, this time supported by Bonnie Tyler and Eddie and the Hot Rods
Jim Steinman - In October 2014, Bonnie Tyler told "Daily Sabah" that she is again working with Jim Steinman on a new album
In June 2015, Tyler performed "Circle of Life" from "The Lion King" on "Die schönsten Disney Songs aller Zeiten", a German TV show celebrating numerous popular Disney songs
Yann Kermorgant - The miss turned Kermorgant into a "villain" and prompted the release of the fan-made "A Song For Yann Kermorgant", set to the tune of "Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Bonnie Tyler, which has over 636,000 views on YouTube as of May 2015
In February 2016, Tyler's small-scale Greatest Hits Tour was announced by Eventim; seven shows in Germany, from October to November 2016
She supported Swansea Bay being named the "City of Culture 2017" in November 2013
Tyler's seventeenth studio album "Between the Earth and the Stars", produced by David Mackay, will be released by earMusic in March 2019
Rod Stewart - Stewart duets with Bonnie Tyler on three tracks of her 2019 studio album , "Between the Earth and the Stars", including the title track