Tina Turner – Celebrating Diversity With Beyond

During her time as a singer, Tina Turner has shared the stage with Mick Jagger, David Bowie and Bryan Adams. She was also married to the legendary singer Ike Turner. Despite the ups and downs of her career, Tina Turner has never stopped living her life to the fullest.

Tina Turner

Early life

During her early life, Tina Turner grew up in a sharecropping family in rural Tennessee. She was 10 years old when her father left the family. She lived with her grandmother and religious grandparents for a period of time. She later lived with her grandmother’s husband, Georgeanna, while Floyd remarried. She graduated from Sumner High School and became an assistant nurse at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

She met Ike Turner in the 1950s. They became romantically involved. The pair hit the charts with “A Fool in Love” in 1960. They married in 1962. In 1976, Turner filed for divorce. Her marriage ended in an abrupt fashion. She accused Ike of beating and rapping her. She was left with four children.

She moved to St. Louis, Missouri, when she was 16. During the early years of her marriage to Ike, Tina’s personal life suffered. She claimed Ike slapped her, rapped her, and smoked cigarettes on her. She had to go to the doctor because she was having trouble sleeping.

She went on to be a successful solo performer. Her third album, Rough, was released in 1978. This album included strong readings of rock songs. The song “River Deep, Mountain High” was cited as one of Phil Spector’s best productions.

Turner released her autobiography, I, Tina, in 1986. It was adapted into a box-office hit movie, What’s Love Got to Do With It? In 2010, Tina released a book, Beyond: Buddhist and Christian Prayers. This book featured spoken word segments from Turner and other singers.

Tina Turner’s music has always been a combination of light and mystery. Her cover of Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together” was a major turning point in her career. She sold over four million copies of her records.

Marriage to Ike

During their 14-year marriage, Tina Turner and Ike Turner had a very tumultuous relationship. While they were known as a powerful duo, the public did not fully understand how toxic their relationship was.

In her memoir My Love Story, Tina Turner wrote about the emotional abuse she suffered at the hands of Ike. She also revealed that Ike had told her to change her name. She even tried homoeopathy to heal herself.

She even had a stroke after her second marriage. In 2017, she underwent a kidney transplant operation. She now lives in Europe with music executive Edwin Bach.

Ike and Tina made their first R&B hit in 1960 with “A Fool in Love”. They crossed over to pop with “River Deep–Mountain High” in 1966. The song climbed to number two on the charts.

During their marriage, Tina and Ike had a son. But that wasn’t the end of their story. Their relationship became physically and emotionally abusive. It was a relationship that ended in divorce.

Tina Turner had a very successful career as a solo artist after leaving Ike. She even regained her stage name. She was awarded several Grammy awards. She has sold more than 200 million albums as a solo artist.

Tina Turner also had a tumultuous marriage. She filed for divorce from Ike in 1978. She was on food stamps during her divorce. She stayed in a Ramada Inn in bloodied clothes. She had to share the family’s property. She also had to pay a share of the lawsuits.

Tina and Ike were married in Tijuana, Mexico, in 1962. Tina allegedly found out about the impromptu wedding while she was there.

Break Every Rule

Earlier this year, Parlophone announced that Tina Turner’s 1986 album Break Every Rule will be reissued on a new deluxe edition. The package includes a remastered version of the original album as well as 10 B-sides and live tracks. The new package will be released on November 25, 2016, in both digital and vinyl formats.

“Break Every Rule” was a successful single and reached the top of the Billboard 200 and the Top Ten on the US Hot 100. It was also certified double platinum in the U.S. It was a great follow-up to Turner’s critically acclaimed album Private Dancer. The album earned a Grammy for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance in 1987.

The album also contained songs that were country-like in nature. It included the song “Typical Male,” which reached the top ten of the US Hot 100 and several other international charts.

“Back Where You Started” was also a success on the charts. It reached number three on the German Singles Chart. The song was co-written by Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance. It also included Steve Winwood on keyboards. The song was also featured in a film, The Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome.

“Typical Male” earned Turner another Grammy for Best Rock Vocal Performance, Female in 1987. The song has an earthy tone that fits Turner’s singing voice better than many other pop songs.

The Break Every Rule deluxe boxset features live tracks from Turner’s world tour, archival promo videos and b-sides. The set also includes a bonus disc of remixes. It is available for pre-order here.

The deluxe edition includes a remastered version of the album, as well as a DVD of Tina’s live performance at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. The set also includes all promo videos that were upgraded to high definition. The set is packaged in a compact box style and is available in both digital and vinyl formats.


‘Beyond’ is a collaboration of six women from different countries and religious backgrounds. Their goal was to create a music album that celebrates the diversity of religions and cultures, while also inspiring the human spirit.

The album is based on an idea from Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. In addition to the music, the album also includes a book titled “Planting Seeds of Mindfulness” that was written by the Zen Master.

The album is a blend of ambient music and spiritually inspired songs. There are also spoken interludes and religious messages. Ultimately, the album is a heartfelt offering. It’s released in a quality hard cover. It also comes with a 50 page booklet.

The album’s main focus is music, and it has been recorded at the world-famous Abbey Road Studio in London. The music on the album is a blend of traditional instruments from various regions. The score was created by Syrian-American composer Kareem Roustom.

Beyond’s eponymous debut album was blessed by the Dala Lama when it was released. The album has an inspiring soundtrack, including Tibetan Buddhist music and Christian choral music. The eponymous album is the best-selling of all of Beyond’s albums to date.

The album also features Tina Turner and Israeli singer-songwriter Mor Karbasi. The eponymous album has been reissued in a Collector’s Edition box set. The special edition has a larger booklet and an additional DVD.

The album has also been praised for its acoustic adagio. The album has a rich palette of textures and vocal techniques. It avoids the pitfalls of generic relaxation music. The album was impeccably arranged. It also has a peace message. The album has been lauded as a “miracle in a box” for its creativity and diversity.

Shared the stage with Mick Jagger, David Bowie and Bryan Adams

During her career, Tina Turner has shared the stage with a wide range of artists. She has toured the world and performed on the biggest stages. She has recorded many songs and has sold more concert tickets than any female singer.

Tina Turner is known for her energetic stage presence. She has been credited with one of the best voices in history. She has won numerous awards and her career has been a resounding success.

Her album All The Best sold over a million copies in the US, and it reached the top ten in several European countries. She also performed at Live Aid in 1985.

Tina’s autobiography I, Tina is a best seller. It was adapted into a film. It starred Angela Bassett as Turner.

“We Don’t Need Another Hero” became another international hit. It was nominated for a Grammy for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.

Tina also recorded duets with David Bowie and Bryan Adams. They have performed together at Live Aid and at other concerts. In addition to her solo career, she has also starred in several movies.

Tina Turner is one of the world’s best-selling artists. Her albums and singles have sold more than 180 million copies worldwide. She is ranked as one of the top 10 greatest singers of all time by Rolling Stone. She has also received the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress. She was also a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors.

Tina Turner has been awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Her career has spanned over 40 years and she has sold more concert tickets than any female performer.

Frequently Asked Questions


Tina Turner Date of Birth is  Nov 26, 1939


Tina Turner Net Worth is $250 Million


Tina Turner Height is 162 cm