Tina Turner impersonator
Manouchka is ready to rock your party
Available for all kind of events!!!
"The look, the sound, the moves, the legs. You deserve the best"
Make your next event "Simply The Best"
Manouchka interprets the greatest hits of Tina Turner. 100% live Backed by tracks or band.
"Let me put a little shimmer in your atmosphere"
My parents took me to my first concert. I was seven years old, and from then on I had a single ambition – to sing and act! Long hours we spent, my older sister and I, locked in my bedroom after school, singing and acting, and pretending. I held onto that dream. After college in Montreal, I took singing, dancing and acting classes, and I started to get acting gigs here and there. My dream was coming true.
I was becoming a tiny star in my own universe when suddenly it all came crashing down on me. My sister, my soul-mate, was murdered. Married to an abusive man, I had tried to warn her, but like too many women in our society, she was the victim of her own unselfish heart. In the end, I proved powerless to help her. My world was shattered, my voice stilled, and my own heartbeat to a new rhythm – calling out to a vanished soul through an empty land.
I was young still. I had no desire to sing, but I found salvation in the birth of my daughter. Perhaps God repays womankind for the injustice life requires us to face by the mystic act of giving life. In any case, I was at peace.
And there was Tina Turner – at the height of her career. A woman, I discovered, who had risen above the same spousal abuse my sister had succumbed to. People around me were talking about Tina, and about how much I resembled her, and the more I learned about her, the more she intrigued me. I saw her live in concert and that was it – I was in love! I adored the sound of her voice which I found so similar to mine, the way that she moved and danced on stage, and at that moment, I could not deny the striking resemblance between us.
Impersonating another artist had never been my goal in life, but there I was, listening and watching and learning the details of another woman’s performance, and what a performance it is! When I portray that vitality, that unvanquished spirit, and that sensuality on stage – to bring it to an audience who may never get to see Tina live, or someone that through good fortune, has seen her, and can be reminded, then I do what I have set out to do – to pay homage and tribute to a great human being who has touched my life so profoundly, and of course, just as importantly, to give you, my audience, what you deserve – a very, very, good time.