IKE & TINA: Television

American Bandstand (1960 - 1971)

Ike & Tina Turner - American Bandstand - TV

July 01, 1967

American Bandstand was an American music and dance television program from 1952 until 1989, hosted by Dick Clark. It featured teenagers dancing to Top 40 music and popular musical acts, lip-syncing to their latest hits. Ike & Tina Turner have been five times guests in the show over a period of 11 years to promote their latest singles. The first appearance was in 1960 with their first chart hit A Fool In Love and the last one was in 1971 with their mega-seller Proud Mary. At least at the show in 1967, Tina was solo in the studio, performing I’ll Never Need More Than This from the album River Deep, Mountain High.

January 16, 1971
Workin’ Together, Proud Mary (Playback)

July 01, 1967
I’ll Never Need More Than This (Playback) / Interview (Dick Clark)

May 08, 1965
I Can’t Believe What You Say (Playback)

May 01, 1965 (Ikettes)
I’m Blue (Playback Robbie Montgomery, Venetta Fields, Jessie Smith)

January 18, 1962
Poor Fool (Playback)

October 03, 1960
A Fool In Love (Playback)

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