Knowledge Identifier: +Tina_Turner
Bennie Smith - In a notable 1958 session, Smith was invited to contribute on what would be Tina Turner's first recording, "Boxtop"
In November 1959, when a female vocalist, who was a member of Ike's band, failed to show up for a recording session for Ike's penned composition, "A Fool in Love", which Turner made his transition from performing blues to soul, Bullock was told to give a guide vocal to the song in an attempt to erase her as he was planning for the female vocalist to record the song.
Ike Turner later molded and shaped Tina Turner, teaching her dance moves and even deciding her dress style and, after a hair salon incident resulted in parts of her hair falling out in 1961, adapting wigs remaking the Southern-raised Bullock into a sexy diva.
Between 1963 and 1968, Ike and Tina Turner recorded for a various number of labels, in part to Ike Turner's demand for money and finding lucrative deals.
Phil Spector - Spector's final signing to Philles was the husband-and-wife team of Ike and Tina Turner in 1966
Bullock allegedly attempted suicide in Los Angeles in 1968 swallowing ninety sleeping pills after Ikettes member Ann Thomas told her she was carrying Turner's child.
In 1970, the group scored their first top 40 US hit in years with their cover of Sly & The Family Stone's "I Want to Take You Higher" and appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show, the Dick Cavett Show and the Mike Douglas Show.
In 1971, Bullock was introduced to Buddhism and converted fully to the Buddhist faith in 1974.
By 1972, the group had even made headlines by performing at Carnegie Hall, which was documented for a double live album.
Bob Seger - In 1975, Seger returned to Capitol Records and released the album "Beautiful Loser", with help from The Silver Bullet Band on his cover of the Tina Turner penned "Nutbush City Limits"
In 1978, Tina released her third solo album entitled Rough on EMI Records.
Roger Davies (manager) - In 1979, Davies became the manager of singer Tina Turner
Capitol Records - Capitol added artists across genres during the 1980s: popular music groups and singers like Richard Marx, The Motels, Tina Turner, George Clinton, Crowded House, Peter Blakeley, Duran Duran , Heart, Glass Tiger, Katrina & The Waves, Grace Jones, Lloyd Cole, Pet Shop Boys, Queen, Roxette, Brian Setzer, The Smithereens, Spandau Ballet, and Paul Westerberg; punk/hard rock groups such as Butthole Surfers, Concrete Blonde, Billy Idol, and the &Red_Hot_Chili_Peppers; thrash metal bands like Megadeth, Exodus and Rigor Mortis, heavy metal bands like
Tommy Emmanuel - During the early 1980s, he joined the reformed lineup of leading 1970s rock group Dragon, touring widely with them, including a 1987 tour with Tina Turner
Lust for Life (album) - Bowie covered "Tonight" with Tina Turner, along with "Neighborhood Threat", on his 1984 release "Tonight"
Bryan Adams - The album was released in November 1984 and featured the singles, "Run to You", "Summer of '69", "Heaven", "One Night Love Affair", "Somebody", and "It's Only Love", a duet with Tina Turner
A long time admirer of Europe, Bullock moved to Europe in 1985, first settling in London .
Lawrence Dallaglio - In 1985, as a 13-year-old chorister in the King's House School choir, Dallaglio and 20 other choristers sang backing vocals on the song "We Don't Need Another Hero" by Tina Turner
Eric Clapton - Sheryl Crow appeared on one number, performing "Tearing Us Apart", a track from "August", which was first performed by Tina Turner during the Prince's Trust All-Star Rock show in 1986
Kurt Loder - While at "Rolling Stone", Loder co-authored singer Tina Turner's 1986 autobiography "I, Tina"
It is only Turner's second live album with the first, Tina Live in Europe, being released twenty years previously in 1988.
Darwin Entertainment Centre - American singer Tina Turner performed 5 consecutive shows at the venue on 1 - 5 March 1988 as part of her Break Every Rule World Tour
HBO - In 1989, HBO compared programming against pay-television network Showtime, with the slogan "Nobody Brings it Home Like HBO", using the Tina Turner single "The Best"
Tony Joe White - In 1989, White produced one non single track on Tina Turner's "Foreign Affair" album, the rest of the album was produced by Dan Hartman
The Best (song) - The song was later covered by Tina Turner, and released as a highly successful single in 1989
Melissa Tkautz - At the end of the year, Tkautz performed "Sexy " at the 1991 Rugby League Grand Final, and sang parts of Tina Turner's "The Best" with other performers, it being the Rugby League's anthem that year
Tone Norum - Norum's 1992 hit, "Don't Turn Around" was a cover of the Tina Turner song
James Reyne - He played Tina Turner's manager in the 1993 bio-movie about Tina's life "What's Love Got To Do With It"
In 1994, they moved to Zurich, and bought and built a home together in Nice in 1999.
Sting (musician) - Also in 1996, he provided some vocals for the Tina Turner single "On Silent Wings" as a part of her "Wildest Dreams" album
Proud Mary - Both CCR and Ike & Tina Turner's versions of the song received Grammy Hall of Fame *awards, in 1998 and 2003, respectively
In April 1999, Turner opened at the VH-1 special, Divas Live '99, performing several of her 1980s hits and performing with both Elton John and cher to "Proud Mary".
Janice Robinson - In 2000, she toured America as an opening act for Tina Turner's U.S. leg of her world tour
Concha Buika - From November 2000 to March 2001, she sang at The Luxor, Harrah's, Gold Coast casinos in Las Vegas as a Tina Turner impersonator
Scott Patterson (director) - He has directed and produced commercials featuring Tina Turner and his 2001 short film "Pact" won the 'Premiere Award' at the Hamburg Short Film Festival
Bush congratulates Turner during a reception for the Kennedy Center Honors in the East Room of the White House on December 4, 2005.
The Best (song) - The theme song of Besti Flokkurinn, an Icelandic political party standing in the 2010 Reykjavik local council elections, was "Simply The Best" by Tina Turner
Mary J. Blige - Blige performed on BET's SOS Help For Haiti, singing "Gonna Make It" with Jazmine Sullivan and "One." Blige took part in February 2010's We Are the World 25 for Haiti, singing the solo originally sung by Tina Turner in the original 1985 We Are The World version
In 2011, Children Beyond followed and charted again in Switzerland.
At the age of 73, Turner is the oldest person to be on the front cover of Vogue Magazine surpassing Meryl Streep who covered American Vogue in 2012 at the age of 62