Picture - David McAlmont, KT Tunstall, Richard Hawley, Rufus Wainwright and Shirley Bassey London, England, Monday 21st September 2009

David McAlmont, KT Tunstall, Richard Hawley, Rufus Wainwright and Shirley Bassey - David McAlmont, Richard Hawley, Dame Shirley Bassey, Rufus Wainwright & KT Tunstall London, England - at the music playback for Dame Shirley Bassey at the Ritz Casino Club. 50 Years after her first number one record, Geffen Records UK is proud to release the first studio album in over 20 years by Dame Shirley Bassey - 'The Performance' released 9th November 2009 Monday 21st September 2009







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