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Olivia Newton-John Gets Physical at The Grand

Grease and Xanadu star brings her "Magic" to the Grand Event Center in December


TUNICA - MS -   Olivia Newton-John - darling of film, TV and music - will perform her pop-country hits at the Grand Event Center in the Grand Casino Resort on Friday, December 9, 2006, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $50 and go on sale Friday, October 13, at the Grand Box Office, 1-800-946-4946 ext. 3060, or through Ticketmaster at 901-525-1515 or ticketmaster.com.

Since her film debut in the 1965 TV movie Funny Things Happen Down Under, Olivia Newton-John has continued to delight fans worldwide. She is most known for her role as Sandy Olsson in Grease, and its soundtrack hits "Hopelessly Devoted to You," "You're The One That I Want," and the Karaoke room favorite "Summer Nights." However, Newton-John is still going strong as her impressive career continues, averaging an album per year, 43 albums in all, nine films appearances and numerous awards and accolades.

Newton-John's career began in 1954 in Australia where the 16-year-old was a regular on local television show The Tarax Happy Show, Sing, Sing, Sing, and Go Show. Four years later, she recorded her first two singles, "Till You Say You'll Be Mine" and "For Ever," for Decca Records. Her first album was the soundtrack for the 1970 film Tomorrow, which was also the name of her musical group at the time. The band was created by American producer Don Kirschner who also created The Monkees.

A year later, Newton-John would reach international success with the Bob Dylan song "If Not For You." The success of that song, coupled with a fourth place ranking in the 1974 U.K.'s Eurovision Song Contest, led to the release of the album If You Love Me, Let Me Know which yield the smash hit "I Honestly Love You," her first #1 single in the U.S. Newton-John's hot streak continued in 1975 with the album Have You Never Been Mellow.  It topped the charts, yielded a #1 song for the title track, and grew her fan base in both pop and country genres.

It was, of course, the 1978 box-office smash Grease that cemented her status as a pop superstar. Two songs from the movie soundtrack, "You're The One That I Want" and "Summer Nights," went to #1 on U.S. and international charts and held #1 for nine weeks. Newton-John's solo "Hopelessly Devoted To You" was also a hit.  That same year, Newton-John released the album Totally Hot which included the smash hit "A Little More Love," and "Deeper Than The Night." The title track also reached the U.S. charts at # 52.

In 1980, she starred with Gene Kelly and Michael Beck in the musical film Xanadu. While the movie wasn't successful in the '80's, it has amassed a large cult following and the soundtrack was wildly successful, do to pop classics like Magic, Suddenly and title-song. Even with all her achievement, the best was yet to come. 1981 saw the release of Physical. The title track spent 10 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album had further success with "Make A Move On Me" and "Landslide." Once MTV hit the scene, Newton-John grace televisions with her racy Physical video, which was banned in some markets for its sensual lyrics and videography.

Newton-John's impressive career has led to four Grammys, a 1974 award as the Country Music Association's Female Vocalist of the Year, a Golden Globe nomination for Grease, a Hollywood Walk of Fame star, a 2002 AIRA Hall of Fame induction, and in 2006, she was named an Officer in the Australia for "service to the entertainment industry as a singer and actor, and to the community through organizations supporting breast cancer treatment, education, training and research, and the environment".

Lately, Newton-John's endeavors have turned to philanthropy. She actively promotes public awareness of the importance of early detection of breast cancer and is currently raising funds to build the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Centre in Australia.  


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