TINA: Award

Grammy Awards (1962 - 2008)

Tina Turner - Grammy Awards

February 26, 1985

The Grammy Awards are presented since 1952 by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States to recognize achievements in the music industry. Tina Turner won her first Grammy in 1971 as part of the Ike & Tina Turner Revue for Proud Mary and her first solo Grammy in 1985 for What’s Love Got To To With It. In total she won 8 Grammys from 25 nominations and received also 3 Hall of Fame Awards and a Lifetime Achievement Award. Ike Turner solo won his first Grammy in 2007 for the album Risin’ With The Blues, after he was first nominated in 1970 for A Black Man’s Soul.

4th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: May 29, 1962
Location: Chicago, Los Angeles and New York
Nomination: Best Rock & Roll Vacal Performance by a Duo or Group for the song 'It’s Gonna Work Out Fine'

12th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: May 11, 1970
Location: Ambassador West Hotel, Chicago / Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles / Municipal Auditorium, Nashville / Alice Tully Hall Lincoln Center, New York / American Motor Hotel, Atlanta
Nominations: Best R&B Instrumental Performance for the album 'A Black Man’s Soul‘ / Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for the album 'The Hunter'

14th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: March 14, 1972
Location: Felt Forum, New York (USA)
Host: Andy Williams
Wins: Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Group for the song 'Proud Mary'

17th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: March 01, 1975
Location: Uris Theatre, New York (USA)
Host: Andy Williams
Nominations: Best R&B Vocal Performance for the album 'Tina Turns The Country On‘ / Best Soul Gospel Performance for the album 'The Gospel According To Ike & Tina' / Best Soul Gospel Performance for the song 'Father Alone'

27th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: February 26, 1985
Location:  Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles (USA)
Host: John Denver
Wins: Best Pop Vocal Performance & Record of the Year for the song 'What’s Love Got To Do With It‘ / Best Rock Vocal Performance for the song 'Better Be Good To Me'
Nominations: Album of the Year for 'Private Dancer’ / Best R&B Vocal Performance for the song 'Let’s Stay Together'

28th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: February 25, 1986
Location:  Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles (USA)
Host: Kenny Rogers
Wins: Best Rock Vocal Performance for the song 'One Of The Living‘
Nominations: Best Pop Vocal Performance for the song 'We Don’t Need Another Hero’ / Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group for the song 'It’s Only Love‘ / Best Music Video Short Form for 'Private Dancer EP‘ / Best Music Video Long Form for 'Private Dancer Tour'

29th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: February 24, 1987
Location:  Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles (USA)
Host: Billy Crystal
Wins: Best Rock Vocal Performance for the song 'Back Where You Started‘
Nomination: Best Pop Vocal Performance for the song 'Typical Male'

30th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: March 02, 1988
Location:  Radio City Music Hall, New York (USA)
Host: Billy Crystal
Nomination: Best Rock Vocal Performance for the song 'Better Be Good To Me'

31th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: February 22, 1989
Location:  Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles (USA)
Host: Billy Crystal
Wins: Best Rock Vocal Performance for the album 'Live In Europe'

32th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: February 21, 1990
Location:  Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles (USA)
Host: Garry Shandling
Nomination: Best Rock Vocal Performance for the album 'Foreign Affair'

33th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: February 20, 1991
Location:  Radio City Music Hall, New York (USA)
Host: Garry Shandling
Nomination: Best Rock Vocal Performance for the song 'Steamy Window'

35th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: February 24, 1993
Location:  Shrine Auditorium, Las Angeles (USA)
Host: Garry Shandling
Nomination: Best Rock Vocal Performance for the song 'The Bitch Is Back'

36th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: March 01, 1994
Location:  Radio City Music Hall, New York (USA)
Host: Garry Shandling
Nomination: Best Pop Vocal Performance for the song 'I Don’t Wanna Fight'

40th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: February 25, 1998
Location:  Radio City Music Hall, New York (USA)
Host: Kelsey Grammer
Nomination: Best Long Form Music Video for 'Live In Amsterdam'

44th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: February 27, 2002
Location:  Staples Center, Los Angeles (USA)
Host: Alicia Keys
Nomination: Best Traditional Blues Album for 'Here And Now' (Ike Turner)

49th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: February 11, 2007
Location:  Staples Center, Los Angeles (USA)
Wins: Best Traditional Blues Album for 'Risin With The Blues' (Ike Turner)

50th Annual Grammy Awards
Date: February 02, 2008
Location:  Staples Center, Los Angeles (USA)
Wins: Album of the Year for 'River: The Joni Letters' (Shard with Various Artists)

Tina Turner - Grammy Awards

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