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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! “I never gave up and I want you all to know,” yelled Diana Ross towards the climax of her long-awaited Eden Session performance – which had been postponed a year because of the pandemic. Diana Ross is one of the most successful recording artists and entertainers of all time. From her landmark solo career to the early days as the leader of The Supremes, the superstar has helped shape the sound of popular music. So the chance to see her at a venue as special as the Eden Project might seem amiss to many. She has an astounding career total of 70 hit singles, including Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, I’m Coming Out, Stop! In The Name of Love, Upside Down, I’m Still Waiting and Chain Reaction. Her latest album Thank You was released to critical acclaim last November. Read more: Nine Inch Nails Eden Session review: Rockers pulverise Cornwall at two epic Eden Sessions shows It was her first album of original material in 22 years, and her first album of any kind since 2006 – and the Eden Project got to hear her latest single live last night. The 78-year-old singer struck an emotional chord with the beaming crowds of the St Blazey venue on Tuesday night (June 21) when she made three sparkly ensemble changes – and danced her way through the set as if she was back in the 1970s. In the middle of countless iconic tunes the American artist uttered how her being on the stage performing the nostalgic tracks was bringing back all the memories - proving that the show was just as special to her as the beaming faces in the crowd. Diana Ross performing at Eden Sessions on Tuesday (June 21) At one point she shimmied side to side, tapping her feet joking that she was 47 years old – which those watching could have easily believed had they not known who she was.
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. Get the best stories about the things you love most curated by us and delivered to your inbox every day. Choose what you love here. From the second she arrived on stage donning a vibrant green feathery shawl over a sequined jumpsuit, the crowds were in awe at the presence of this woman as she took decades of devoted fans on an emotional rollercoaster through her best anthems while urging the crowd to dance, saying: “If I can move like this, then you can move.” The setlist aptly began with I’m Coming Out, before she rolled back the years with a string of classics – and some covers. But what brought the whole audience to a standstill was Stop! In the Name of Love. If you closed your eyes you could picture yourself right back in her heyday. As Ross said in her own words: “I’ve still got the moves.” Ross followed two critically-acclaimed back-to-back Sessions from My Chemical Romance last month (May 2022), Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and two shows from Nine Inch Nails. Still to play at this year’s Eden Sessions are Bryan Adams (June 29) and Stereophonics (July 5).
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