Singer Tina Turner died aged 83, Wednesday, at her home in Küsnacht, Switzerland, near Zurich. In recent years she had cancer, a stroke and kidney failure. At first she was only an occasional performer but her evolution was remarkable. She was dubbed the Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll and was inducted in the Hall of Fame in 2021. She suffered trauna during relationship of his husband, Ike. “He used my nose as a punching bag so many times that I could taste blood running down my throat when I sang,” she wrote remembering. She divorced in 1978 and rebuilt her singer career becoming one of the biggest pop and rock stars of the 80s and 90s.
Tina won eight Grammy Awards. Some of her famous songs were: hits including Let’s Stay Together, Steamy Windows, Private Dancer, James Bond theme GoldenEye, I Don’t Wanna Fight and It Takes Two, a duet with Rod Stewart. She also starred in 1985 film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. Her second husband was German music executive Erwin Bac and they were happy together. In 1988 she appeared before about 180,000 people at the Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, breaking a record for the largest paying audience for a solo artist. She had sold more concert tickets than any other solo performer in history.Tina’s life story spawned a 1993 biopic titled What’s Love Got To Do With It.