Bonnie Tyler was one of those singers that you loved or hated. She sang in a deep voice, sported leathers and really rocked with tunes like "Faster Than the Speed of Night" and "Holding Out For a Hero". She had a lot of emotion in her rich voice which bubbled through the wonderfully operatic, "Total Eclipse of the Heart", presented a la Meat Loaf and the bouncy and wistful, "Lost in France".
Perhaps the best vehicle for her voice was, however, "It's a Heartache". Bonnie rocked the 70s and the early 80s in the UK!