September 3, 2015


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Music

Cyndi & Cher

Cher performs to a sold-out crowd in Winnipeg Friday. Watching the show, according to reviewer Jen Zoratti, was like watching
The superstar's performance was as much about the costumes as it was about the music. (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
But the headdress she wore during a performance of Half Breed should have been left in the 1970s, Zoratti writes. (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
 (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
Cher has said this will definitely be her last tour. (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
Opener Cyndi Lauper's set was part high-energy songs, party comedy routine. (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
 (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
Alongside her 1980s pop hits, Cyndi Lauper's performance of Etta James' At Last proved she's still got her voice. (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
Cher performs to a sold-out crowd in Winnipeg Friday. Watching the show, according to reviewer Jen Zoratti, was like watching "a fabulous person relishing in her own fabulousness." - (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
The superstar's performance was as much about the costumes as it was about the music. - (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
But the headdress she wore during a performance of Half Breed should have been left in the 1970s, Zoratti writes. - (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
- (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
Cher has said this will definitely be her last tour. - (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
Opener Cyndi Lauper's set was part high-energy songs, party comedy routine. - (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
- (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)
Alongside her 1980s pop hits, Cyndi Lauper's performance of Etta James' At Last proved she's still got her voice. - (Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press)

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