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  • Real name : Anna Mae Bullock
  • Date of birth : 26/11/1939


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Tina Turner (1939)

Anna Mae Bullock

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Tina Turner is an American singer and actress whose career has spanned more than 50 years. She has won numerous awards and her achievements in the rock music genre have led many to call her the "Queen of RocknRoll".
Turner started out her music career with husband Ike Turner as a member of the Ike & Tina Turner Revue. Success followed with a string of hits including "River Deep, Mountain High" and the 1971 hit "Proud Mary". With the publication of her autobiography I, Tina , Turner revealed severe instances of spousal abuse against her by Ike Turner prior to their 1976 split and subsequent 1978 divorce. After virtually disappearing from the music scene for several years following her divorce from Ike Turner, she rebuilt her career, launching a string of hits beginning in 1983 with the single "Let's Stay Together" and the 1984 release of her fifth solo album Private Dancer.

Her musical career led to film roles, beginning with a prominent role as The Acid Queen in the 1975 film Tommy, and an appearance in Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. She starred opposite Mel Gibson as Aunty Entity in Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome for which she received the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture, and her version of the film's theme, "We Don't Need Another Hero", was a hit single. She appeared in the 1993 film Last Action Hero.

One of the world's most popular entertainers, Turner has been called the most successful female rock artist and was named "one of the greatest singers of all time" by Rolling Stone. Her combined album and single sales total approximately 180 million copies worldwide. She has sold more concert tickets than any other solo music performer in history. She is known for her energetic stage presence, powerful vocals, career longevity, and widespread appeal. In 2008, Turner left semi-retirement to embark on her Tina!: 50th Anniversary Tour. Turner's tour became one of the highest selling ticketed shows of 2008–2009. Turner was born a Baptist, but converted to Buddhism and credits the spiritual chants with giving her the strength that she needed to get through the rough times. Rolling Stone ranked her at 63 on their 100 greatest artists of all time and considers her the "Queen of Rock and Roll".


 early life
Anna Mae Bullock was born in Nutbush, an unincorporated area in Haywood County, Tennessee, on November 26, 1939, the daughter of Zelma Bullock (née Currie), a factory worker, and Floyd Richard Bullock, a Baptist deacon, farm overseer and factory worker. She is of African American, European and a small fraction Native American descent. Bullock long believed her mother had significant Native American ancestry, specifically Navajo and Cherokee. Bullock attended Flag Grove School in Haywood County, Tennessee (the land for the school was sold below market value to the school trustees by Bullock's great great-uncle in 1889). Anna Mae's older sister is named Alline. Their parents took Alline with them when they moved to St. Louis, Missouri, and left younger Anna behind with the grandmother. When Anna was a teenager, she joined her mother and sister in St. Louis following her grandmother's death.

 personal life
Tina is the younger of two sisters. Her elder sister, Alline Selico (December 1, 1936 – September 4, 2010), helped to contribute to her sister's recordings with Ike Turner, co-writing several songs including the charted hits, "Bold Soul Sister" and "Funkier than a Mosquito's Tweeter".

Turner also had a half-sister, Evelyn Currie, who died in a car crash alongside her cousin Margaret while Turner and Alline were teenagers. Turner barely knew her father, who moved to California after splitting from Turner's mother. Her mother also left Tennessee to live in St. Louis, leaving Turner and her sister to live with their grandmother. Turner stayed behind in Tennessee while sister Ruby , left Tennessee and moved to St. Louis to be near their mother. Turner spent some time as a domestic in Ripley.

In 1956, before Turner turned 17, her grandmother died. At the funeral, Turner was reunited with her mother, who offered to give her a new life in St. Louis. Turner's relationship with her mother grew estranged over the years. However, Turner has said that the final time she spoke to her mother, who died in October 1999, they were on good terms.

Turner met Ike Turner in 1956 at a nightclub. Two years later she joined Ike's band. In 1958, a relationship with saxophonist Raymond Hill produced Turner's first child, Craig Bullock . A year later, Turner became romantically involved with Ike. She had Ike's baby; Ronnie Turner, born in 1960. After marrying Ike in 1962, Turner became the adoptive mother of two of Ike's previous children, Ike Jr. and Michael. Turner's much-publicized marriage to Ike was volatile and violent. Over the years Turner would accuse Ike of physically beating her, emotionally abusing her, raping her, and even stubbing cigarettes out on her body.

In 1968, Turner attempted suicide while on tour in Los Angeles, swallowing a reported 90 sleeping pills. She was rushed to the hospital and revived. Later, after still enduring Ike's abuse, a close friend introduced Turner to Buddhism in 1971. Three years later, Turner converted to the Buddhist faith. Finally, in July 1976, Tina left Ike after a violent altercation while en route to a hotel in Dallas, in which she was beaten by Ike. Turner sought refuge in a friend's apartment while Ike was searching for her.

After several months, Ike decided to stop searching. Turner filed for divorce and offered to leave Ike all the couple's monetary assets, but told the courts she wanted to keep the stage name Ike had given her in 1960, as she had worked very hard to make the name Tina Turner famous. The divorce was finalized in March 1978, and the courts allowed her to keep her stage name.

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Name Duration Released
The Best |The Best 05:06 2009
It's Only Rock 'n Roll ]] 03:22 2009
Jumpin' Jack Flash]] 01:47 2009
It Would Be A Crime 03:28 2008
The Acid Queen 03:50 2008
I'm Ready 03:44 2008
Legs 00:00 2005
Cose Della Vita 04:50 09/2004
Great Spirits 03:58 09/2004
Open Arms 04:01 09/2004
When the Heartache Is Over 03:44 2004
On Silent Wings 06:12 1996
Dancing in My Dreams 06:45 1996
Missing You 04:36 1996
Unfinished Sympathy 04:30 1996
Whatever You Want 04:52 1996
All Kinds of People 04:43 1996
Do What You Do 04:23 1996
Something Beautiful Remains 04:20 1996
Confidential 04:39 1996
GoldenEye 03:27 1996
In Your Wildest Dreams 05:33 1996
Thief of Hearts 04:05 1996
A Letter from Tina 02:34 15/11/1994
Honky Tonk Women 03:10 15/11/1994
Poor Fool 02:33 15/11/1994
Come Together 03:42 15/11/1994
I Idolize You 02:52 15/11/1994
I Want to Take You Higher 02:54 15/11/1994
It's Gonna Work Out Fine 03:03 15/11/1994
Bold Soul Sister 02:36 15/11/1994
A Fool in Love 02:53 15/11/1994
I've Been Loving You Too Long 03:54 15/11/1994
It Ain't Right (Lovin' to Be Lovin') 02:36 15/11/1994
Crazy 'Bout You Baby 03:26 15/11/1994
Sexy Ida, Pt. 1 02:30 15/11/1994
River Deep, Mountain High 03:39 15/11/1994
Nutbush City Limits 03:00 15/11/1994
Finger Poppin' 02:47 15/11/1994
Proud Mary 04:59 15/11/1994
Shake A Tailfeather 02:32 1993
(Darlin') You Know I Love You 04:27 1993
Stay Awhile 04:50 1993
Why Must We Wait Until Tonight 05:53 1993
Disco Inferno 04:03 1993
Rock Me Baby 03:57 1993
I Don't Wanna Fight 06:06 1993
Tina's Wish 03:08 1993
Way of the World 04:19 10/1991
I Want You Near Me 03:53 10/1991
It Takes Two 04:13 10/1991
Love Thing 04:28 10/1991
You Can't Stop Me Loving You 04:00 1989
Be Tender With Me Baby 04:18 1989
Look Me In The Heart 03:42 1989
Foreign Affair 04:27 1989
Undercover Agent For The Blues 05:20 1989
Not Enough Romance 04:04 1989
You Know Who 03:45 1989
I Don't Wanna Lose You 04:20 1989
The Best 05:28 1989
Falling Like Rain 04:03 1989
Steamy Windows 04:03 1989
Ask Me How I Feel 04:46 1989
Addicted to Love 05:22 1988
Break Every Rule 04:02 05/09/1986
Back Where You Started 04:27 05/09/1986
Girls 04:56 05/09/1986
Afterglow 04:30 05/09/1986
Till The Right Man Comes Along 04:11 05/09/1986
Two People 04:11 05/09/1986
I'll Be Thunder 05:21 05/09/1986
What You Get Is What You See 04:31 05/09/1986
Paradise Is Here 05:35 05/09/1986
Typical Male 04:18 05/09/1986
Overnight Sensation 04:40 05/09/1986
The Children 02:11 1985
Bartertown 08:28 1985
One of the Living 05:48 1985
We Don't Need Another Hero 06:07 1985
Let's Stay Together 05:16 22/05/1984
Private Dancer 07:11 22/05/1984
I Can't Stand The Rain 03:41 22/05/1984
Show Some Respect 03:18 22/05/1984
What's Love Got To Do With It 03:49 22/05/1984
1984 03:09 22/05/1984
I Might Have Been Queen 04:10 22/05/1984
Help! 04:30 22/05/1984
Steel Claw 03:48 22/05/1984
Better Be Good To Me 05:10 22/05/1984
Back Stabbers 03:34 03/1979
I See Home 05:19 03/1979
Music Keeps Me Dancin' 03:49 03/1979
Sunset on Sunset 03:35 03/1979
Fool For Your Love 03:24 03/1979
Love Explosion 05:55 03/1979
You Got What I'm Gonna Get 03:08 03/1979
Just A Little Lovin' 03:12 03/1979
Fire Down Below 03:13 09/1978
Root, Toot Undisputable Rock 'N Roller 04:29 09/1978
Earthquake & Hurricane 02:30 09/1978
Funny How Time Slips Away 04:08 09/1978
Viva La Money 03:14 09/1978
The Woman I'm Supposed To Be 03:10 09/1978
The Bitch Is Back 03:30 09/1978
A Woman In A Man's World 02:41 09/1978
Fruits Of The Night 04:05 09/1978
Sometimes When We Touch 03:54 09/1978
Pick Me Tonight 03:13 08/1975
Bootsy Whitelaw 05:06 08/1975
Baby Get It On 05:34 08/1975
Whole Lotta Love 05:24 08/1975
I Can See for Miles 02:53 08/1975
Acid Queen 03:01 08/1975
Let's Spend the Night Together 02:54 08/1975
Under My Thumb 03:22 08/1975
He Belongs to Me 03:59 08/1974
If You Love Me 03:00 08/1974
Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You 02:58 08/1974
Help Me Make It Through the Night 02:48 08/1974
Bayou Song 03:22 08/1974



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