Friday, 4 February 2011
Rock 'n' Roll Love Letter/Ring Ring/Dah Doo Ron Ron/High Hopes/Ma He's Makin Eyes At Me/Let Your Love Flow/Somewhere Over The Rainbow/Jeans On/Heartbeat It's A Lovebeat/Calendar Girl/That's Rock 'n' Roll/Anything You Can Do/I'm Your Little Boy/When I Kissed The Teacher/Ben/Everybody Needs A Rainbow - Everything Is Beautiful.
Tina Arena grew up in the Melbourne suburb of Moonee Ponds and made her television debut on Young Talent Time (YTT) in 1976 at age 7 where she was a regular until she left the show in 1984.After leaving YTT she went on to finish her schooling and starred in the theatrical productions of "Nine", "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat", as well as many jingles and support gigs before releasing the Albums "Strong as Steel", the Multi ARIA-winning "Don't Ask" and "In Deep", as well as contributing to the motion picture soundtrack of "Zorro".
John (Johnny) Bowles was with (YTT) from (1977-1981) after his tenure with the show he headed into cabaret and musicals, including Cats and Phantom of the Opera. He wrote and toured with The Peter Allen Songbook in 2000, and in 2001, wrote and directed the documentary Young Talent Time Tells All and recently finished touring with Cats in Greece.
In 1977 they released "Tiny Tina & Little John" Tina was 8 years old and John 10 years old. The album was released on the Pisces label tried to find out why the album was released on that label and not L&Y label. While having a poke around on the Young Talent Time site I noticed that from 1977 onwards the (YTT) albums started to appear on that label. Ross Burton seems to be the common denominator as he produced "Tiny Tina & Little John" and started producing the (YTT) albums as well.