Now I Can Dance
An honest, gritty, funny, frank and totally revealing autobiography from much loved songstress Tina Arena, who is about to celebrate a phenomenally successful 40 years as a singer/songwriter.
Over this time, Tina has amassed a huge national and international fan base as well as a cache of amazing stories and experiences. She's sold over eight million albums and had numerous multi-platinum albums around the world; she's had encounters with extraordinary people, fallen in and out of love, had huge highs and lows, but through it all, she's sung her heart out, and her songs have provided the soundtrack to the lives of so many of us.
Almost four decades in music has seen Tina undertake a journey of self-discovery and self-fulfilment, becoming the strong, confident woman and artist she always hoped she'd be. Hers is a story of a woman achieving success on her own terms, a truly joyful and inspiring memoir of survival, song, determination, love and triumph.
About the Author
Tina Arena began her career in music as an eight-year-old, as one of the stars of Young Talent Time. After she left the show, she had two hit singles before releasing a succession of outstanding albums throughout the 90s, including the international hit Chains from her acclaimed album Don’t Ask (1995). She has gone on to work with some of the biggest names in the music industry, perform at the opening of the Olympic Games in Sydney, win countless awards, the respect of her peers, and sell millions of albums worldwide.