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Cher Returns To Australian iTunes Chart On Tour News

by Paul Cashmere on May 11, 2018

in News

Cher fans have been getting their fair cher of Cher tunes on iTunes since the Australian tour announcement was made earlier this week.

Cher’s ‘If I Could Turn Back Time’ has been her best seller this week returning her to the Top 100. ‘Believe’ has also made a comeback on the Australian chart this week.

Cher’s ‘Strong Enough’ has been another big seller for the iconic singer this week.

Cher is now 71. That figure was reversed when she recorded her first single ‘Ringo I Love You’ in 1964. She was 17. The song was released under the name Bonnie Jo Mason.

Cher’s first chart hit in the USA was ‘All I Really Want To Do’ in 1965. It reached no 15.

Cher’s first hit in Australia was ‘Bang Bang (MY Baby Shot Me Down’ in 1966. It reached no 11 in Australia and no 2 in the USA.

Cher will tour Australia for Live Nation in September and October.

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