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Concerts [ 1992 ] part 1

On April 4, 1992 Celine Dion took part at the 7th Jean Lapionte Thelethon, to raise money for La Maison Jean Lapointe, his foundation against children´s illness. Celine performed the songs "L´amour existe encore" and "Je danse dans ma tete".
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On April 25, 1992 Celine Dion performed at the "KIIS & Unite", an eight-hour AIDS benefit concert, wich took place at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre in Irvine, California, USA. Amy Grant, Luther Vandross and Richard Marx were among rock, pop, rap and R&B acts, featured in the 16-act program, which ran from 4 p.m. to midnight. All tickets to the benefit, dubbed "KIIS & Unite" were given away over the air on KIIS-FM Radio (102.7). Ticket recipients were asked to donate $1 at the door. The benefit´s schedule, in order of appearance, included Kenny G, Jody Watley, the Smithereens, P.M. Dawn, Firehouse, Shanice, Eddie Money, Heavy D. & the Boyz, Tony Terry, Celine Dion, Luther Vandross, Color Me Badd, Keith Sweat, Amy Grant and Richard Marx. The benefit also raised money by taking pledges from listeners, and by auctioning more than 100 prizes donated by celebrities. The auction took place during a two-day radio-thon that began the day before at 6 a.m. Among the auction items were a guitar autographed by the members of U2, one of Rod Stewart´s stage suits, a basketball game of "Horse" with Vlade Divac of the Los Angeles Lakers, and a set of "his and hers" motor scooters donated by Sting. The benefit´s goal was to raise more than $100,000 for the Pediatric AIDS Foundation, a Santa Monica-based charity primarily devoted to developing treatments for infants and children who have the disease. During the concert, there were some fair performances and a few memorable moments in the 16-act bill. But that bill was padded with an off-putting excess of canned music, Shanice Wilson, Tony Terry, Celine Dion and Luther Vandross all sang brief sets to instrumental tracks, a method that doesn´t belong in a major concert venue. Celine also generated a nice moment by re-creating her film duet, "Beauty and the beast", with Tony Terry filling in for original partner Peabo Bryson (Terry sang ably, but for a guy who quickly stripped to the waist during his own set to show off his muscles, he seemed curiously shy and standoffish as a romantic duet partner). On backstage, Celine was photographed with the auctioned autographed guitar, by the members of U2.
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On July 4, 1992 Celine Dion took part at the "Celebrate The Spirit! Disney´s All-Star 4th Of July Spectacular", a TV special-concert to celebrate USA Independence Day. It was a variety special taped from Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, USA and Disneyland in Anaheim, California, USA. The show was hosted by the American actor John Ritter and it was broadcasted on CBS channel in the USA. Celine performed "If you ask me to" and "Love can move mountains". Billy Ray Cyrus performed "Achy breaky heart" and Mary Chapin Carpenter performed "I feel lucky the hard way". Kevin Kiner, Bruce Healey, Jennifer Walton, Martina McBride and many others aslo took part on this show. This concert was directed by Gary Halvorson and it was produced by Tony Imparato, Kim Moses, Barnette Ricci, Don Weiner, Michael Petok and Drew Brown.
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On July 13, 1992 Celine Dion performed at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, California, USA with the "Celine Dion Tour". This was the first of a serie of concerts she did as the opening act for Michael Bolton´s "Time, Love and Tenderness Tour". During the summer of 1992, Celine did an American tour (as the opening act for Bolton). They kicked off the "Time, Love and Tenderness Tour" that evening on July 13, 1992 at the Hollywood Bowl. But Bolton´s set, as well as the crowd´s behavior, was top-drawer, as the pop crooner flashed back and fast-forwarded, serving up spirited renditions of cuts that ran the gamut from his debut album "The Hunger" to his untitled, soon-to-be-released disc of R&B standards and everything in between. Bolton was in fine vocal form, creating 15-minute opuses from four-minute songs, wowing the house at every high-noted turn. The appearance of Kenny G, and the duo´s performance on the roof of a shed in the middle of the Bowl, were two of the evening´s several high points. A rousing set finale of "Time, love and tenderness", featuring a gospel choir, would easily have converted any non-fans. Opener Celine, touring in support of her self-titled album, put forth a performance that had headliner written all over it. Although it was Celine´s first night of her first U.S. tour, she showed the style and grace of a seasoned pro, while still retaining her youthful enthusiasm. Perhaps best known for her duet version with Peabo Bryson of "Beauty and the beast", Celine´s well-paced, far-too-brief set was filled with gems. The songs "If you asked me to" and "Love can move mountains", showcased her sultry vocals and strong material, impressing those who had the good sense to arrive early. Celine also joined Bolton, during the main part of the concert, and they performed in duet the song "Hold on, I´m comin'". According to The Hollywood Reporter, Celine´s performance "could make only the banner headlines- Céline Dion demonstrated the style and the grace of an accomplished professional, while keeping the enthusiasm of his youth". In the space of one month, Celine and Bolton performed the show in twenty-thousand-seat-arenas.
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On July 30, 1992 Celine Dion performed at the Miami Arena in Miami, USA in a special benefit concert, wich was also part of the "Celine Dion Tour". Celine also was interviewed before her performance.
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