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Listen Up! Celine Dion Rises Again With Powerful New Release, “Loved Me Back to Life”

Last updated: September 25, 2013 at 3:53 pm. Posted by in Caesars Palace, Celebrities, Las Vegas Shows. 1 Comment on Listen Up! Celine Dion Rises Again With Powerful New Release, “Loved Me Back to Life”.

As Colosseum headliner Celine Dion’s brand new single, “Loved Me Back to Life” catches fire and climbs the charts, devoted fans around the world delight in her more modern sound with slight techno influences. “Loved Me Back to Life” has a strong, yet fresh sound, breathing new life­—literally—back into her original music fans have so anxiously awaited.

The full album of the same name, which releases Nov. 5, will be Dion’s first all-new disc in six years. Song collaborations with hometown hero Ne-Yo and Stevie Wonder have been announced, which leaves us wondering what else Queen Celine has in store.

In addition to performing the moving new song at a recent concert in Quebec City, the icon released a behind-the-scenes look at the in-studio recording of the single, written by Sia, which showcases her deep passion and emotion behind her new direction.

Dion returns to The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Dec. 30 for a show run through Spring, including a special New Year’s Eve performance.

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  1. gaye letkeman

    Celine is sooooo yesterday and redundant…unless those two things mean the same!