Bonnie Tyler was a popular Welch singer. Prior to recording her first popular song, Bonnie Tyler had to have nodules removed from her throat. Her voice recovered to that famous 'raspy' voice. The greatest hit by Bonnie Tyler was 1983 number one song Total Eclipse Of The Heart. Jim Steinman was the song writer. In 1995, Nicki French made a dance version of Total Eclipse Of The Heart that hit number 2.
Bonnie Tyler song The Best later became a 1989 number 14 hit for Tina Turner. Bonnie Tyler did her own share of remakes, too. Have You Ever Seen The Rain was a 1971 number 10 song for Creedence Clearwater Revival. Band Of Gold was a 1970 number one song for Freda Payne. Finally, Making Love Out Of Nothing At All was a 1983 number one hit for Air Supply. Both versions involved with Jim Steinman.