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Tina Cousins Live at Dreamworld


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Tina Cousins will perform live at Dreamworld with two shows daily this Saturday, August 27 and Sunday, August 28 2005. All included in the general admission price. According to her management, Tina Cousins is a 21st century diva, stunningly beautiful with a powerfully emotive voice and one of the nicest personalities in pop. She blew them away at the Brit Awards and sang up a storm at the Sydney Mardi Gras but this weekend, Tina Cousins will head to Dreamworld to promote her brand new album, 'Mastermind'. Tina has achieved chart and radio success in the UK, Europe and Scandinavias and has become one of the best selling female solo artists in Australia. Her latest hit, Wonderful Life, a cover of the 1987 Black classic has put the pop princess back in the Top 20 and has sent her fans into a frenzy. Her past hits include ‘Forever‘, ‘Pray’, ‘Angel’ and ‘Mysterious Times’ and it may be five years down the track, but Tina Cousins has been doing anything but ‘Killing Time’. Working in the UK and around the world, Tina has just released a soaring club track called Hymn and has singing her soul out as a special guest on Anthony Callea’s national tour. Tina will wow the crowds at Dreamworld this weekend and sign copies of her new album ‘Mastermind’.

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