Tina Turner began performing with musician Ike Turner in the 1950s.
They became known as the Ike and Tina Turner Revue, achieving popular acclaim for their live performances and recordings like the top 5 hit “Proud Mary,” until Tina left in the 1970s after years of domestic abuse.
Following a slow start to her solo career, Turner achieved massive success with her 1984 album Private Dancer.
She went on to deliver more chart-topping albums and hit singles and was twice elected into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
The revered singer with eight Grammys to her name later became involved in the spiritual Beyond project.
Turner died May 24, 2023, at age 83.