TINA: Duet

Mick Jagger (1985 - '89)

Tina Turner & Mick Jagger - Duet

Live Aid Festival (Philadelphia) 1985

Mick Jagger is an English singer-songwriter and the lead singer and one of the founder of The Rolling Stones - who had a great influence on Tina Turner's career, starting in 1966 as Ike & Tina Turner were the opening act of their UK tour. Three years later, they opened again their American tour and in 1981, Tina was the opening act of three dates at the Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford. After her comeback in 1985, she accompanied Mick at the Live Aid Festival in Philadelphia on two songs. In 1988, she joined Mick on stage in Osaka at his „Tour of Japan,“ after he was already guest at Tina’s concert in Tokyo as part of her Break Every Rule Tour some days before. The last common activity was in 1989 at the Rock’n Roll Hall of Fame ceremony, where Tina performed  on stage together with Mick Jagger and other artists several songs.

January 18, 1989 / Rock Hall of Fame
Honky Tonk Women, I Can’t Get No Satisfaction, I Can’t Turn You Loose, Start Me Up (Live)

March 27, 1988 / Break Every Rule Tour
Honky Tonk Women (Live)

March 23, 1988 / Tour of Japan
Brown Sugar, It’s Only Rock’n Roll (Live)

July 13, 1985 / Live Aid
It’s Only Rock’n Roll, State of Shock (Live)

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