Updated: May 27
It's a sad day in the music world as one of the greatest legends of all time, Tina Turner, has passed away. She was one of my favourite artists. I have decided to make a blog post, to celebrate the life of an incredible icon, who blessed us with some truly epic music for over 60 years.
Tina was an absolute powerhouse with a voice like no other. She started making hits in the sixties, jamming with her ex-husband Ike Turner and creating iconic tunes like "River Deep, Mountain High" and "Proud Mary." And let's be real, even if you didn't listen to her music in its heyday, you've definitely jammed out to one of these songs while cleaning the house or driving to work with the radio blasting.
After leaving Ike, Tina started a solo career and made some of the most memorable music of all time including "What's Love Got to Do with It" and "Private Dancer." And she was more than just a performer, Tina was a true trailblazer for women, inspiring millions of people with her resilience and courage. She was never afraid to share her personal struggles, and that's what made her so relatable and lovable.
Tina Turner is an icon in every sense of the word. From her electrifying stage presence to her advocacy for women's rights, she was a true inspiration and an unstoppable force in the music industry. She has won multiple awards including Grammys, and has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-which is no small feat. I mean, who wouldn't want to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?! Every rock artist inspires, to get that honor, and she certainly earned it.
So let's take a moment to remember this incredible legend. Her music will continue to inspire and uplift us for generations to come. Farewell, Tina Turner, you will forever be remembered as one of the greatest music icons of all time.
Thanks for reading, guys!