Watch Tina Turner Play Her Final ‘Proud Mary’ at Last Concert in 2009announced on Wednesday.
She has been battling serious health problems for the past decade, including colon cancer, but received a successful kidney transplant from her husband, Erwin Bach, in 2017, with little public attention.
Tina seems to be trying to fix it. She looked healthy and happy at recent appearances, including her 2021 induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Tina Turner, the ‘Queen of Rock & Roll’ died peacefully today at the age of 83 after a long illness at his home in nearby Küsnacht.
Zurich, Switzerland,” his family said in a statement. “With him, the world is losing a music legend and role model.”There is no doubt that Turner is one of the greatest actors in music history.
She almost overshadowed the Rolling Stones when he opened for them on their legendary 1969 North American tour, and filled stadiums in the 80s and 90s.
She announced his retirement in 2000 and played 121 shows that year, and returned in 2008 for the final group. trip, to celebrate his 50th birthday.
Best of all), covers he made himself (“The Acid Queen”, “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”) and classics from his Ike & Tina days (“Nutbush City Limits”, “River Deep, Mountain High”). He is almost 70 years old, but he managed to play 90 games and danced in each of them as if he was a teenager.