Celine Dion Ends 6-Year Hiatus With New Album ‘Courage’ & Tour [Ticket Info]
Celine Dion, one of the biggest selling artists of all time, has decided to make a comeback this year. Ending her six-year hiatus from music, the 51-year-old singing legend released her 26th studio album Courage on November 15. The album consists of 20 soulful tracks, the fifth track being the title track.
Much of her 2019 album is dedicated to her late husband, René Angélil, who’s side she had been by at during his battle with throat cancer. On November 14, Dion performed a karaoke set at Lips Drag Queen Show Palace Restaurant & Bar where she is reported to have sang iconic “Flying on My Own” in memory of her husband.
Other hit singles the eight-time Grammy winner is responsible for making include “My Heart Will Go On,” “Because You Loved Me” and “I’m Your Angel,” which have garnered much critical acclaim and millions of sales in their time. So far, her latest album seems to be pulling in nothing but positive reviews from critics.
In addition, the album will be accompanied by a world tour, in which the songstress announced earlier this year. Courage World Tour has just recently kicked off in Quebec City, Canada on September 18, and future dates on the tour can be found here.
Though she has rumored to be in a relationship with Pepe Munoz, she has said that they are “just friends.”