TINA: Award

Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame (1989 - 2021)

Tina Turner - Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame - Award

The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame is a museum in Cleveland, celebrating the most important musicians and producers. Artists become eligible for induction 25 years after the release of their first record. In 1989, Tina honored Phil Spector with a speech at the ceremony of his induction. Two years later in 1991, Phil Spector inducted Ike & Tina Turner on their behalf, because Ike was in prison and Tina didn’t want to participate. The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame home video from 2011 includes the most memorable moments of the ceremony with Tina performing River Deep, Mountain High and together on stage with Mick Jagger and other artists. In 2020, Tina was nominated  as a solo artist for the 2021 induction.

    January 18, 1989
  1. Honky Tonk Women (Tina & Mick Jagger)
  2. I Can't Get No Satisfaction (Tina & Mick Jagger)
  3. Tina Inducts Phil Spector
  4. River Deep, Mountain High
  5. I Can't Turn You Loose (Tina & Mick Jagger)
  6. Start Me Up (Tina & Mick Jagger)
  7. All songs were performed live
    January 16, 1991
  1. Phil Spector Inducts Ike & Tina Turner
  1. Induction as a Solo Artist

I wish that all of the people that I sang for could have seen him in action, working there and getting that sound.

Tina Turner inducts Phil Spector

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A charismatic bandleader and an unbridled whirlwind of sexual energy formed one of the most formidable live acts in history.

Ike and Tina Turner were such a presence onstage that even their own albums don’t do them justice. The explosive duo made such enduring hits as „River Deep, Mountain High,“ „Proud Mary“ and „Nutbush City Limits.“

A Wild, Real-Life Musical Rollercoaster

Ahmet Ertegun introduces Ike & Tina Turner

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