Tina Turner, born on November 26, 1939 in Brownsville, Tennessee, was an American rock singer, actress and author. Known as 'The Queen Of Rock 'n' Roll', she possessed a powerful blues-soaked voice that captivated audiences worldwide. Turner's career took off in the 1960s with hits like "River Deep, Mountain High" alongside her husband at the time. Despite enduring years of abuse, she found the strength to separate from him and share her story in her autobiography "I, Tina". In the 1980s, producer Rupert Hine played a pivotal role in relaunching her career.
Turner made a remarkable comeback with singles such as "Let's Stay Together" and the album "Private Dancer", which propelled her back into mainstream success. She also showcased her acting skills as 'The Acid Queen' in "Tommy" and 'Aunt Entity' in "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome". Her single "We Don't Need Another Hero", featured in the film's theme song, became another chart-topping hit for Turner.
In 2008, after a period of semi-retirement, Turner embarked on her highly successful "Tina!: 50th Anniversary Tour", which became one of the biggest ticket-selling tours of that year. Revered by critics and fans alike, Rolling Stone magazine hailed Turner as "One of the greatest singers of all time." Her talent reached unprecedented