The @olivianj concert, set for Tomorrow, Wednesday, May 10, 2017, has been postponed. Refunds are available through the point of purchase. pic.twitter.com/jv6RJlqniB— FireKeepers Casino (@FireKeepers) 9 mai 2017
Annoncé sur le site officiel d'Olivia Newton-John, ses concerts du mois de mai sont repoussés ... a cause d'une méchante sciatique ! Et on la plaint car ça fait mal !!
Nous lui souhaitons un prompt rétablissement !
May 10, 2017 - An Evening with Olivia Newton-John
Battle Creek, MI
Firekeepers Casino Hotel
May 11, 2017 - An Evening with Olivia Newton-John
Rialto Square Theatre
May 12, 2017 - An Evening with Olivia Newton-John
Treasure Island Resort & Casino
May 13, 2017 - An Evening with Olivia Newton-John
May 17, 2017 - An Evening with Olivia Newton-John
May 18, 2017 - An Evening with Olivia Newton-John
Peoria Civic Center
May 19, 2017 - An Evening with Olivia Newton-John
May 20, 2017 - An Evening with Olivia Newton-John
IN HER OWN WORDS
Piqure de rappel : La BBC Radio 2 diffuse les 15 et 22 mai un programme special consacré à notre cher ONJ ! La star reviendra sur sa longue carrière ...
In these two programmes, four-time grammy winner Olivia Newton-John offers her own story, in her own words. From her early childhood in England, the daughter of a Jewish émigré and an MI5 officer, to her teenage rise to fame on Australian Television, her formative experiences as a young singer performing in London in the mid sixties, to selling 100 million records and becoming one of the best-selling artists of all time.
Going back to her teenage years, Olivia remembers returning to England in 1966. " I had won a talent contest In Australia when I was 15 on a rock and roll show. And the prize was a trip to London. I was at school and my mother wanted me to go to RADA, that was her dream." Homesick, Olivia pined for her boyfriend back in Melbourne and her burgeoning career on Australian television.
She reflects on her first taste of success in swinging London, performing as a double act with her friend Pat Carroll. Life on the road was fun and they were backing singers for Sir Cliff Richard, Frank Ifield, The Seekers and The Shadows - but there were also some hilarious incidents: "One night we were booked into Raymond's Revue bar and so we went to sing there, us in our pink mini skirts with flowers all over them. And we got up on the stage and behind us was a woman swimming around topless in a fish tank. And we didn't really understand what was going on. We looked out into the audience and there was just a few tables with guys in raincoats. We did our show and Mr Raymond came up and paid us off, cash, and said thank you but this isn't going to work. And we were mortified because we didn't really get it, where we had been!"
Read more at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08pvvlj