Tina Turner Birthday (November 26th)

Tina Turner Birthday (November 26th)

Tina Turner, an American actress and pop singer, who was considered one of the leading comebacks in the recording history. Tina Turner was born on 26th November, 1939 in Nutbush, Tennessee, United States

Biography of Tina Turner

Tina Turner Background:

“I will never give in to old age until I become old. And I’m not old yet.” Tina Turner

entering the melody scene as a singer of Ike and Tina Turner Revue, seven-times Grammy conqueror Tina Turner was broadly commended for the single “What’s Love Got to Do with It” (1984, succeeded 3 Grammy Awards), which afterward became the label of 1993 film based on her memoirs “I, Tina” (1986). And the vocalist, who is popular for her raspy voice, big hair and her long legs, scooped up the Grammy Awards for singles “Better Be Good To Me” (1985),

“One of the Living” (1985, single of 1985’s Mad Max Beyond Thunder dome) and “Back Where You Started” (1986), with for the album Tina Live in Europe (1988).

Tina Turner, who was pleased with 1993 World Music’s Exceptional Contribution to the Music Award and 1999 MOBO Lifetime Achievement Award, also attempted acting. After various small stints, an artist landed the female main role in the Mad Max Beyond Thunder dome and took residence an Image Award.

Back stage, Tina Turner achieved a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the year of 1986. Tina Turner became the second one performer of “VH1’s Greatest Women of Rock N Roll,” an inductee of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (with Ike Turner) in 1991, and the 6th personality of VH1’s “100 Sexiest Artists.” And in approval for her creative commitment, Tina Turner won a Kennedy Center Honors in 2005.

Tina Turner, once who had the reconstructive nose surgery because of her ex-husband’s regular beating, commenced practicing Buddhism in 1975. Tina was wedded with Ike Turner. They had a son. He oppressed and abused her. At present, Tina Turner lives with the EMI record administrative Erwin Bach in Zurich, Switzerland.

Tina Turner Childhood and Family

Tina Turner was born on 26th November, 1939, in Nut bush, Tennessee. Tina Turner mother is Afro-American and her father is Native American.

Tina Turner met Ike Turner, a celebrated pioneer of rock n roll, and attached with his band, “The King of Rhythm. And at the age of 18, Tina Turner launched her proficient career as a singer under the stage name “Tina Turner.” Within few years, Tina Turner became the focus of the band’s soul sound.

In 1958, Tina Turner gave birth a son from her attachment with Raymond Hill, Saxophone performer in the Kings of Rhythm. And in the year of 1962, they wedded with Ike and they had a son named Ronnie. Tina Turner has 2 stepsons, Michael and Ike Jr., from the previous marriage of Ike. On the other hand, owing to Ike’s invariable bodily abuse and suspected drug use, and they separated on 29th March, 1978.

One of the Living

Tina Turner Career Graph

Following numerous stage gigs, Tina Turner and the Kings of Rhythm instantly burned up the pop charts and R&B with the solo “A Fool in Love” (1960). After it, they obtained higher status through their striking live performances and appealing singles. Though they failed to amaze viewers with “River Deep – Mountain High” (1966), and the Turner Revue raised to renown with the wrap of Credence Clearwater Revival’s hit, “Proud Mary” (1971).

Tina Turner did the small role of a visitor at Heartland in musical family movie Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978). On the tour show, Ike Turner abused her and then Tina left the band.

Owing to Tina Turner official debit to the tour advertiser and her requirement to make the living, Tina Turner went to the screen and formed an episodic performance in these shows as “The Brady Bunch Hour” (1977), a 1978 episode of “Musicales” (1978) and a 1979 episode of “The Midnight Special.” Tina Turner performed in the television program Olivia Newton-John: Hollywood Nights (1980) and Rod Stewart: Tonight He’s Yours (1981), in addition to made live performances in US and UK.

Tina Turner launched a single album Private Dancer (1984); Tina Turner was a smack as a vocalist. The album began with three Top Ten singles, “Better Be Good To Me”, “What’s Love Got to Do with It,” and the titular track (released in 1985). Moreover, the smack single “What’s Love Got to Do with It” gathered up 3 Grammies (one for Song Of The Year, one for Record Of The Year, and also one for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance), whereas “Better Be Good To Me” contributed the Grammy (for the Best Female Rock Vocal Performance) to the album.

In 1993, Tina Turner achieved the Grammy for Tina Live in Europe (1988) and unconfined a ostensible album for a film What’s Love Got to Do with It (1993), and it was based on her life story.

The receiver of 1993 World Music’s Outstanding Contribution to the Music Award concerned the anthology album The Collected Recordings - Sixties to Nineties, in 1994. Afterward Tina Turner performed the ostensible theme of James Bond movie Golden eye (1995). Her theme song presentation in “He Lives In You,” for Disney’s active feature The Lion King II: Samba’s Pride (1998), directed to the discharge of her platinum album Twenty Four Seven, in 1999.

In the year of 1999, Tina Turner achieved the MOBO Lifetime Achievement Award and presented in the VH1’s Divas Live ’99, with numerous major artists like Elton John, Whitney Houston, and Cher. Progressively taking out the melody scene, the vocalist recorded “Great Spirits” for Disney’s Brother Bear (2003) and unconfined the biggest hits collection All the Best (2004).

Tina Turner obtained international appreciation; Tina Turner topped the Italian single charts with her duo with a performer Elisa in “Teach Me Again” (2006), from the single of All the Invisible Children (2005). Apparently, the expert singer is at present working on the novel album.

Awards of Tina Turner

  • Grammy: Song Of The Year, “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” 1985
  • Grammy: Best Female Rock Vocal Performance, “Better Be Good To Me,” 1985
  • Grammy: Record Of The Year, “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” 1985
  • Grammy: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, “What’s Love Got to Do With It,” 1985
  • Grammy: Best Rock Vocal Performance, “One of the Living,” 1986
  • Image: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture, Mad Max Beyond Thunder dome, 1986
  • Grammy: Best Female Rock Vocal Performance, “Back Where You Started,” 1987
  • Grammy: Best Female Rock Vocal Performance, Tina Live in Europe, 1989
  • World Music: Outstanding Contribution to Music Award, 1993
  • MOBO (Music of Black Origin): Lifetime Achievement Award, 1999