The first authorized pictorial autobiography for the trade by the legendary Tina Turner, That’s My Life offers a mesmerizing journey through the extraordinary life of The Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll. With a captivating blend of iconic photographs, never-before-seen candid shots, personal letters, and other rare memorabilia, this book unveils the remarkable story of Tina Turner’s rise to becoming a global sensation.
In the universe of biographical films, “What’s Love Got To Do With It” reigns supreme. This extraordinary cinematic offering encapsulates the themes of endurance, fortitude, and the power of transformation that Tina Turner embodied.
Today, I, and millions worldwide, mourn the loss and celebrate the monumental legacy of the iconic ‘Queen of Rock & Roll,’ Anna Mae Bullock, widely known as Tina Turner, who passed away at 83. Originating from humble beginnings in Nutbush, Tennessee, Turner’s unique voice and electrifying performances charmed audiences worldwide, establishing her as a global superstar in a career spanning over half a century. With her passing, we remember a woman who broke barriers, set records, and whose life story of hardship and triumph is an enduring beacon of resilience. As we navigate through the sorrow of her loss, let us reflect upon her transformative career and indelible impact on the world of music.
The Kimmel Cultural Campus announced its 2022-2023 Broadway series of shows, and it’s a stellar lineup. Personally, I can’t wait to see Tina when it comes to town because I’ve heard it’s excellent. Read on for all the details about the Broadway shows coming to Philly.
Tina Turner is the greatest female rock and roll singer of all time. At 81-years-old she has touched the lives of millions of people the world over with her music and life story. That wonderful music and inspirational tale are the centerpiece of the new documentary entitled Tina on HBO Max.
I recently interviewed Rita Coolidge, who has two Grammy awards to her name and decades of songs and albums along the way. We talked about her time touring with Joe Cocker, being in the studio with numerous legendary artists, singing a famous James Bond theme song, and much more.
Rod Stewart is the first concert I ever attended and I’m a big fan of The Babys, so it was a pleasure to speak with Tony Brock. He is a founding member of The Babys and the band’s drummer, and he spent 12 years drumming for Rod Stewart, starting with the 1981 album Tonight I’m Yours.
The Babys have a new album coming out, Timeless: Anthology II, and you can be a part of it. Check out the band’s Pledge campaign for all of the great reward and benefits you can get by support this effort. It’s going to be a fantastic record, and I highly recommend that all music fans check it out.