35 Burst results for "Tina Turner"

Rock Hall (MM #3707)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Rock Hall (MM #3707)

"The Maison with Kevin Nathan yesterday. I was talking about how my wife was upset about the fact that this is us is ending, and we all have those weird things in life, we really care about. And I guess, you could say, I'm guilty of something, too, because they announced the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees this past week. And I'm not exactly excited the band. I wanted most Devo, one of my favorites didn't make the final round, Foo Fighters. Girl goes Jay-Z, Carole King, Todd. Rundgren Tina Turner all making it. Of course, everybody says Jay-Z is in Iraq, act, but we can argue about that till the cows come home. Neither was the Notorious BIG or even Whitney Houston, but what got me really incensed wage. Was that my favorite band of all times, Kraftwerk went in as an early influence, they were off the main performer about it for years. Never understood why they didn't go in when there's so many bands out there, claiming that they're an influence to them. But now they'll go in as early influence, to me, it's kind of a lesser extent, it's not quite the same thing. It's going in with an asterisk. Next to your name in a way, the Rock Hall upsets me again. As it does everybody, it's those silly things we care about and we don't know why wage

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Rock Hall (MM #3707)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Rock Hall (MM #3707)

"The Maison with Kevin Nathan yesterday. I was talking about how my wife was upset about the fact that this is us is ending, and we all have those weird things in life, we really care about. And I guess, you could say, I'm guilty of something, too, because they announced the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees this past week. And I'm not exactly excited the band. I wanted most Devo, one of my favorites didn't make the final round, Foo Fighters. Girl goes Jay-Z, Carole King, Todd. Rundgren Tina Turner all making it. Of course, everybody says Jay-Z is in Iraq, act, but we can argue about that till the cows come home. Neither was the Notorious BIG or even Whitney Houston, but what got me really incensed wage. Was that my favorite band of all times, Kraftwerk went in as an early influence, they were off the main performer about it for years. Never understood why they didn't go in when there's so many bands out there, claiming that they're an influence to them. But now they'll go in as early influence, to me, it's kind of a lesser extent, it's not quite the same thing. It's going in with an asterisk. Next to your name in a way, the Rock Hall upsets me again. As it does everybody, it's those silly things we care about and we don't know why wage

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Tina Turner, the Go-Go's, Jay-Z Lead Historically Diverse Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2021 Inductees

Tony and Dwight

00:40 sec | Last month

Tina Turner, the Go-Go's, Jay-Z Lead Historically Diverse Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2021 Inductees

"2021 class for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has been announced. Jay Z makes the Rock hall not a businessman. I'm a businessman. So the two groundbreaking women Tina Turner and Carole King, and it's It's the go, Go's made it. Hall says hi to Todd Rundgren. See and Foo fighters that Steve Case in

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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Has 6 New Inductees

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | Last month

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Has 6 New Inductees

"The rock and roll hall of fame has announced its induction class for this year I marquees are letter with the latest the go-go's the foo fighters and cheesy make the wrong call their first time on the ballot Carole King Tina Turner and Todd Rundgren also will be inducted at a ceremony in Cleveland on October thirtieth LL cool J. Billy Preston and Randi Rhodes will be honored with musical excellence awards craftwork Gil Scott heron and Charley Patton will be honored as early influencers

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"tina turner" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

02:38 min | 2 months ago

"tina turner" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

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Tina Turner Documentary: Tina

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Tina Turner Documentary: Tina

"Last week and you documentary was released about the megastar. Tina turner simply titled tina. This comes from the american directing gio. Dan lindsay and tj martin who made the twenty eleven oscar winning sportstalk on defeated. Tina is a chronological retelling of the artist's life. Who was born anime bullock in the cotton fields of tennessee and adopted the stage name. Her ex husband ike turner gave her throughout her career. Like is a strong presence in the film their relationship and the violence towards it by him. It's been well reported is still constantly dredged up and interviews time and time again keen to avoid repeatedly reliving that trauma. Tina decided in the early nineties to tell her story in a file graffiti and the movie. What's love got to do with it. Starring angela bassett. A hope was that this would answer. Everyone's questions about her past and she could leave it there but of course the thirst for a sensational headline was not quenched. Gems continue to fixate on ike despite teen is far greater solo success. And so this is one of the tensions in tina. How to tell tina turner's story like is of course a huge part of it. It would be remiss to the him out plus the footage of the i. Continues of stage is incredible. But the main focus of tina turner's story is the determination of an extra ordinarily talented performer to overcome the struggles of an abusive marriage and funds. Success in the music industry eventually becoming one of the world's biggest rock styles. influencing everyone from mick jagger to be on say over several decades we watch a move. From the r&b she made with ike to vegas variety shows to pop producers in europe where she finally found her audience. Went on set out stadium tours around the world this one takeaway from tina is that she is an indefatigable star who always known the talented. She has to offer the world that voice and all that energy

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Tina Turner's New HBO Max Doc Wins the Weekend

Daily Pop

01:54 min | 2 months ago

Tina Turner's New HBO Max Doc Wins the Weekend

"Tina turner is proving. She is still the queen and but she is definitely ready to say goodbye to spotlight her. Hbo machienry tina won the weekend and while the film looks back on the highlights of her extremely successful career. It also focuses on the abuse. She suffered from her ex ike turner. I had an abusive nice. There's no other way to tell the story win. She became successful past story. Reach so many people who felt like they had to keep their secrets. Locked away deep down hard. One of the worst parts of your life has been an inspiration inherits have to remember those times but at a certain stage given his takes over coming what what did you think when you watched the first part of the or did you see the whole the whole documentary. it's all one part. I just it made me realize my mom used to wake me up on sunday. Mornings ask crack dawn blaring that same tina turner cd for years and as a child. I didn't understand the impact and almost connectivity. Tina turner had to a lot of women and what she meant to a whole generation and watching it back. I now understand why mom my aunts were still obsessed with tina. She was there. The i say yes. She came from such an abusive relationship. She came from after her four. She says what she had. Thirty six thirty and then became tina turner. You know just icon. You know just shows that she had like a career with him but then to to lose everything and bring them back like she was destined for

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HBO's 'Tina' is Tina Turner's way of telling us thank you — and goodbye

Winning Retirement Radio with Greg Taylor

00:59 min | 2 months ago

HBO's 'Tina' is Tina Turner's way of telling us thank you — and goodbye

"Originally recorded by Bonnie Tyler and 1988. Tina Turner made the best a mainstream hit. You know, there's a new documentary streaming on HBO about the queen of rock and roll and age 81. After dealing with a number of health issues that way the public didn't know about until now. She's saying goodbye to her fans through this documentary. Have to admit it. I caught some feelings. I've always like Tina Turner and what she went through to be the artist that she is and plans to enjoy the rest of her years with her husband and Switzerland. Just kind of stay out of the public eye hang with family. As a woman, Kristen. Her story were Angela Bassett plays her. What's love Got to do with it. I know if you've not seen that as a woman listening to that you just have to you have to. Yeah, that's one actually one of my favorite movies. Love hearing

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Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and The Go-Go's nominated for Rock Hall

the NewsWorthy

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and The Go-Go's nominated for Rock Hall

"Jay z. Tina turner and foo fighters are among this year's nominees for the rock and roll hall of fame. The hall released its list of sixteen candidates this week. Artists are eligible for a nomination. Twenty five years after their first official recording is released for the foo fighters jay z. This was the first time they were eligible some of the other artists and groups who made the cut included mary. J. blige iron maiden rage against the machine go-goes ll cool j. and chaka khan the nominees will be narrowed down over the next several weeks. You can vote on your favorites. Through april thirtieth.

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Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and The Go-Go's nominated for Rock Hall

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Jay-Z, Foo Fighters and The Go-Go's nominated for Rock Hall

"The rock and roll hall of fame has named sixteen acts being considered for induction this year I marquees are letter with the latest the go-go's Mary J. Blige Iron Maiden Dionne Warwick and Fela Kuti are first time nominees for the rock hall this year L. L. cool J. has been nominated for a sixth time the other nominees are foo fighters Jay Z. Tina Turner Kate bush devotional could come on the New York dolls reach against the machine Todd Rundgren and Carole King who is already in the rock call for song writing fans can vote for up to five nominees per day until April thirtieth the inductees will be revealed in may the inductions will be in Cleveland in the fall

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Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

News, Traffic and Weather

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Grammy-winning music producer Phil Spector dies of natural causes

"The way popular music is made. California State prison officials say eccentric producer Phil Specter died in the hospital of Natural Causes. At the age of 81. ABC is Kristopher Watson. With Phil Spector's story, one of the most influential producers in pop music history. Phil Spector's unmistakable wall of sound studio mastery revolutionized recording. Produced hits for the Righteous Brothers, the run at Psych and Tina Turner and more in the sixties that it be 70 saw Specter working with John Lennon and George Harrison of the Beatles After producing the band's final studio album, Let it be Dropping Out of sight For decades, Specter resurfaced in 2003 accused and then convicted after two trials of murdering actress Lana Clarkson and sentenced to 19 years to life in prison in California. Kristopher Watson ABC News This is

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Jagged Little Pill, Moulin Rouge! & Slave Play Top 2020 Tony Nominations

Bob Sirott

01:54 min | 8 months ago

Jagged Little Pill, Moulin Rouge! & Slave Play Top 2020 Tony Nominations

"I appreciate that. All right? We have some Broadway news Don't way we have the Tony nominations that came out yesterday. And this is our year of You know, theater, no theater. You know what's going on with all of this. The Tony nominations this year are plays that were open. Beef on on or before February. That's when everything shut down, so it's very, very small Sampling of plays. And the play that wound up getting the most nominations. 15 in all was Thie Atlantis. More set musical, Jagged Little Pill was nominated for best musical. So was Moulin Rouge, the musical. That one is based on the the movie from nearly two thousands and also teen of the Tina Turner musical, which I happened to see when I was in London and is fantastic. I'm a huge Tina Turner fan. So you know, I may not be the most objective person on this, but there's only three musicals nominated this year. For best play. The nominees are Grand Horizons. The inheritance seawall, a life and slave play best revival of a play Betrayal Frankie and Johnny and declared a loon and a soldier's play. There are no nominees for best revival. Of a musical this year. It's a very, very bizarre unlisted. They don't even know when the awards are going to be given out. Normally, the Tony awards come out in June. They've already said that that will not be happening in June of next year, but they have not said if they're going to do an award show if they're just going to announce winners. What's gonna happen? But those air the major nominees that came out yesterday, We've got the full list up the W G and t v dot com

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"tina turner" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

07:42 min | 11 months ago

"tina turner" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Know I endured hardship all the way. If we stay on course, we stay focused never smoked never drinking now would doing drugs. My legacy is that I stayed on course from the beginning to the end because I believed in something inside of me that told me that it can get better or you can make something better. And the I wanted better. So my legacy is. A person that strived for. Wanting it better and got it. I love this quote and German Vogue. Bay said to let rest the glorious past and try something new is probably one of the most difficult things a living legend can do you're on the cover of German vogue you're actually read the oldest person they've ever had on the cover of Germany Tina landed vogue at seventy three. But to let go of the glorious past and try something new probably one of the most difficult things living legend can do not true for me not true for you know because this is my glory days. This Now you know people think when you're on stays, that's the glory days the Lai close the. That was not my glory days. These are my glory days. Wow. Okay. I wanted to talk about when you first saw urban and what that meant. You. Know our think I really needed love. I. Just needed to love person. The feeling of love in a person is very important to have. Yeah. So I, walk through the airport and I as I got to the door was walking out this ridi handsome young. Man stepped out from behind a column I. Think he was just coming and his obvious. Hello. So what I got me, I step back two steps because I didn't know who he was and also was he was another kind of handsome. He was unusual looking man. Great is so I got in the car with urban. And my heart was pupil already my hands are wet and I thought Oh, my God. This is love at first sight it. We're going to bring him in. Let's do that earned. This turbo. Put on your smiling wedding presents self. Be The groom. So I saw you as we were talking about the old days in I i. saw you flinching saw drop your head. Is it hard for you to hear? Well. Yes. I didn't read the book. Didn't read the ball no It's hard to hear and read the past of person you love when this comes up. So I always think. That Tina one day will raise reset this. You want it to be done. Yeah I think that our relationship is now almost thirty years old. And I think that our relationship is almost longer. Tina's present than the previous relationship. So I think it's time to close the book close the chapter nothing after interview with you. She will I think so I think so. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know what is interesting that you ask her to marry she shared with sued asked to marry when she turned fifty twice. But you didn't really want to get married. Then I think I've heard you say that no, no, no, no no. The truth is that I was. Trying to show Tina, my commitment Oh. Good. You know I think when the woman turns fifty she should have a commitment from her partner. Yeah and that's why I opposed and and asked the question. Wrong. Would you say well, I said. Will you marry remarry with me? And of course was. Not In my view. To me it was like, okay. Okay. That was a mistake. I. Wasn't I wasn't so into the proper grammar at the time. It was cute. I was committed I was committed and wanted her to know it and I wanted to show this and so I went on my knees I never did that before I was never married before. Yeah. I. Have My Ring Ready and I had this ready and I had everything ready. It could have happened that you noticed said, yes, I didn't know. So she sorta said nothing and then strung you along for. Data. So that was okay with me I I could read between the lines. Yeah. Because did you feel that once he asked you that that he was committed to you did you feel no Oprah Even though he asked me I, didn't think it was real I didn't believe him. But you didn't want to say I didn't WanNa say no because I want to continue the relationship. Got It. I. Got it now do you feel married? Do you feel married? It's been a week. I think Our love for Relational Partnership? Was upgraded after twenty seven years you either goal for it or you don't respect and so I think that's what we both looked at each other we said, should we upgraded Should we make it a little bit more legal. Should we make? It should be yeah and that's basically what we did. The age difference ever bother you know it to me Tina is not old teen is not young. Yes. She she time she's not black. She's not white I mean to me as a woman I love and that's it. I mean I don't have any age related thoughts. Can I ask you this? I. Know. The moment for all of us sitting at the wedding was when we heard. Frank Sinatra's voice. And the song's started. I did it my way. And that was your wedding march basically, I did it my way. What was the significance of that? I chose the song because. When I listened to the words it was very final and he said and now. Time is calm. Is the introduction. Something's down the final curtain. Yes. I might cry if I sing it. I like when he said a bit off more than, I. Could Chew when I spit it out. It's like you know. I've been on every road that you can travel through. Warren says, that wouldn't have been my way, but that is the way it was. Yeah. And you were actually smiling yeah. Could you say that that was one of the most perfect days of your life? That moment. The Perfect Day started two years prior the consolidation and getting all of that together. That was the beginning of me saying, Hey, wait a minute. Something is happening Tina. What I talked to myself. So this is a movement coming here and then that day. Just is summarized. Yeah. That was it. Now, I have a husband and we will go the rest of our rest of my way together. Perfect. Present. My way together. Thank you. Good. I'm Oprah Winfrey and you've been listening to super soul conversations podcast. You can follow super soul on instagram twitter and facebook. If you haven't yet go apple podcasts and subscribe rate and review this podcast join me next week for another super soul conversation. Thank you for listening..

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"tina turner" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

07:38 min | 11 months ago

"tina turner" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Loan me money. I have to get back but you know I am my own. Robbie knew that I would but she didn't know how because I didn't give me money. And when Robbie left. I missed her so much. I don't mean to cry but it's just it comes up the and our very close when she was I get in two thousand, seven Ike Turner died from a cocaine. He was seventy six years old Tina did not attend external I. thought it was so appropriate. The world's waiting to hear what you have to say you said nothing. When he died was it then finally over for you? Ought. To tell you the truth it was twenty years. I didn't feel anything about whether I was alive or dead. At that time he was totally gone in my memory or anything. So when I heard heard, he was dead. It was almost like hearing a person that I didn't know anymore. This is why you are not just a role model from everybody knows that I'm a big fan and it's actually difficult to interview somebody when you're as big a fan I am of you. You obviously a role model for me, but you are a role model for the world because I remember when I was interviewing in two thousand, eight you and share in Las Vegas and we started talking about aging and you. Were So. Profoundly eloquent. How do you feel though about getting older I have to say that I welcome with open arms because my my senior live is so much better than when I was young I am the wisdom the way I think. My attitude towards things it really there is a change when you steal healthy and you still look good. Yeah. So your whole outlook changes on everything and you really have you don't mind being sixty eight, the number doesn't lead. You have no regretting of it. Not of death not in any of that. All of that is I. I've done it. You say loudly and proudly that you are seventy three. Yes. But I am at a stage where? Oprah you can get emotionally when you start to talk about that to be able to get to this stage and say even when it's time to leave and go to another planet. Yeah. Excited about that because I'm curious. What is it about? Nobody can tell you yes because nobody has come back to so. I'm not excited about to die but I don't I don't regret it when it's time I've done. What I came here to do now is pleasure I've got great friends. I have a great man in my life now I have a great. And I'm happy. Yeah. I was speaking to you just before the wedding and something you said really struck me you said I found happiness for myself you said. I found happiness for myself and I think it's because I desire nothing made my eyes water when you first said that S. You, desire nothing how do you get to the space? That's where we're trying to get to where you desire nothing. I it's a journey you're on, you go through the journey and then you need the journey. Now how you manage the journey is very, very important. I stayed on track I stayed on course. Now why I stayed on course I had a wish. My wish was to arrive here where amp today in this frame of mind and this physique and this healthiness and this it's a happen is that I never knew. That that's what happened is was I'll try to explain that you're happier than you ever imagine yourself imagine what happened is was and the past happen this was. About, address Oh this car and Oh we just bought another house It was all material things. Yeah. There's one when I get up in the morning and I go and sit I have a big chair in my room where I meditate, I, sit there to finish waking up. Inside of me is I is a feeling of I, say I give thanks for this feeling. It's a feeling comes over you a wellness. Over. A free. No schedule nobody bothering you nothing in the way just that moment of you sitting there where you want to be. There is nothing that you want. I have the House I have the comfort I have the cars I had the jewelry I. Have the peace of mind I have the friends what else is there to want. Sounds like Nirvana to me, it sounds like nirvana to me sounds like. Is it true? Are you now? Of Switzerland? Yes I am I feel totally safe there. I like how they live. They lived strictly by a law that they've kept from the very beginning how I know from the very beginning because when I went for the interview for the Citizenship Act to really learn. How this was people are yeah. Had to take the test as people do when they're coming to America's tell me about this though. Is there something about being over here, Switzerland, but in particular that you feel embraced ECHINACEA it longer. Okay. I went on tour when I was sixty nine. And you know I toured in today's yes and I I always took the bus we we didn't fly plane only when we have to. And I really looked at the land. You know seeing it for years and years by buzz and all over. An Oprah have to say it some kind of way I felt like I had finished living in I felt that you've done it that I had done it in. That was not a desire anymore but I was maybe it was because I had something had lived in Europe and felt something different. And I know that. In all that you've done and all that you are, you are also a giver. And that you're giving back to the That really started your beginning the flag school in Nut Bush. What does that mean to you? When? Tina was a young girl back nut Bush Tennessee schools were very much segregated. She attended a one room schoolhouse for black, children call Flag Grove School for the past forty five years. It's been used as a barn. But last year it was moved to a local museum to be restored. Tina is not only helping with restorations, but the school will now hold treasured memorabilia from Tina's music career. I am getting involved with that school because I feel a part. Of Heritage. Legacy legacy. And what will be ultimately? You think I think the school is a wonderful legacy. But. When you look back at your life, and now you're in the Nevada stage of your life what is the legacy of Tina Turner? Oprah. Thank you. I. Have to sit over red and talk about that. That's a joke. Endurance you.

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"tina turner" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

07:52 min | 11 months ago

"tina turner" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Look at the. Watching with people I'm on the edge of my. Really yes. Yes. Yes. Nothing like nothing like nothing like it. What does it feel like out on that crane it felt so good because I saw all of those faces that you don't see stage only a few when I was over there, it was so rewarding to give myself to them. They sought me with their own eyes and not on a screen. That's what I did for myself and for them when I went out there I went to them. How to singing take you beyond. Doing my time. When you saying? And Man, will singing and dancing. You fly you you move away from everything that real. You are into something that's coming out of a note or a song or a note or feeling, and you get totally wrapped into that and with the motion of that in the dancing and the singing it's like flying because you're not thinking of eating or sleeping, addressing the song and the singing. Totally take your out. Tina Turner has always said her brutal sixteen year marriage to I. Turner was actually much worse than portrayed in the film. What's love got to do with it now just a look at your life up until the time you were able to escape really a kind of you're in a slavery it was hell it was held. But what I want to say to the public is My struggle started inside of my mother's wound. I suffered all the way from childhood. Right up until the end of. And what kept me on course was mean something I was born with I believe that I was born with keeping in touch with. Staying on track because I always prayed. anime bullet was born in nineteen, thirty, nine in tiny nut Bush Tennessee her parents floyd in Zelma had a volatile relationship and split up when anime was ten. She. was about to leave him when she found out that she was pregnant with me. And the fighting had already started. But what I liked about she fought back what I remember about them when they fought there was no him standing over her she was a factory Walmart you grew up watching your father be I watched them fight. Not. Him, beat her up I never saw him when. She bought sticks of wood and everything I mean she was really vice but the bottom line is she didn't want to have another didn't want to have an at I knew it. So I kind of grew up. So you were that baby that she was that day. I didn't know what Love was as a young child, but I was born independent. After the By eighteen years old and. Changed forever when Ike Turner the lead singer of the Popular Saint Louis Ban Kings rhythms brought her on stage and handed her a microphone was. I knew he had found a star and charmed Anna's mother into letting her join the ban. When we were talking alone last week. So if you don't want to talk about it, just tell me and talk about it and I ask you do you remember the first time I kit you? And you told me the first time. Do you feel comfortable telling people? Okay. Okay. I didn't talk about it when I recorded the song a fool in love I took it to New York judge Mary of sue records. He said, why don't you keep it with the girl's voice I like it. And then you know he had considered that so then. I xe problem was he was a musician that always wanted to be a stock and was the star locally, but never internationally to travel so he then changed the name to i. And changed my main to Tina because. If I ran away. Tina. was his name. It was patent as you call it so so he could own you so he could own. SMART. He wasn't educated smart man, but he has a common sense in a really strategy and con so you owned you. So he came back. I didn't even know that that was the name on the record, and so I started to feel something and he started to touch me. I, really didn't like because that was my brother that was my friend actually maybe I wouldn't have been here today if we had not if I had gotten a relationship with him because we were very close as friends so you weren't even his girlfriend. No it was just. I had sex with everybody around him over everybody's wife. So then I said to the woman that was helping him at the time I said. I don't want to do this. I knew how I was he had beaten always fought the always fought women men everybody. And my instincts told me I was moving into something that wasn't going to be good and so she went in and told ISO then he said she said I wanna see you so I went into his room. And he started that he had. A sick way I found. He started it with what are you trying to do to me, and then the next thing it would pick up something because you know if you play guitar, you can't fight and play the guitar. So you always thought with something. Against the against the head always ahead with a shoe stretcher and I had never been meeting. She'll stretcher. And it really hurt. But I was still trying to figure out what was happening. And then so then the the beating came you know, yes, you'd like all the rest of I was down by then really starting to cry and then he said. Yet in bed. that. was really all. Sex. After. The I, hate you how can I let you? How can we make love now if it's love yeah, and went through that and then I lay there with a swollen head. Just having sex. Feeling like you have really gotten yourself into something I had nowhere to go ahead a child. I had already a child from one of the musicians I know where to Ron I needed to make money I want to sing to make money. In nineteen seventy, eight, I can t divorced Tina was left to raise her two sons one from Ike and one from a previous relationship. She also adopted two of ice children as her stepson's everybody who's watching this right now, who's living this right now you told me something I thought was so. I mean, profound you said, sometimes you'd walk in the kitchen in the morning. And say what's on your mind? And you say nothing you have to start working on having nothing on your mind. So when it has, you wouldn't believe and nothing was on your mind. Sometimes now I really love and he was really crazy. Crazy. It was crazy because how could you not have anything around always have something on your mind something always on your mind stupid. Over. Also happy I can laugh about my pass because when I look back well, actually today the we did laugh about him a lot. He was alive behind his back because everyone knew that it was ridiculous how he was. Do you remember Robbie? Montgomery. Robbie. Was a support for me in those dark days. Might choke up here a little bit. Robbie was like a sister. When she was an i. get you know Ms. Robbie. Montgomery. Is The star of the hit show. Welcome to sweetie pies but MS Robbie. Got Her start is one of the famous I cat's singing backup in the Ike and Tina Turner Revue. And times when I didn't have money..

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"tina turner" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

06:52 min | 11 months ago

"tina turner" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"They could be and they work and they were in two thousand nine when music legend Tina Turner took her final bow that curtain closed. One of the most storied careers in music history after half a century eight grameen's and nearly two hundred, million albums sold the Queen Rock and roll had left the building. Tell me you were sixteen nine for last tour. You put away the Lou batons you're the only human being I. Read. So choose that whereas up there with the red social before we knew what red social that. Okay so you put that away. How hard was that to to hang up the shoes oprah my friend. Very easy. Really I've been working towards that. For so long over I worked hard all my life you know gave me ever a thing and I when I started to take care of my family I would say. Oh. I wish someone would do that for me and I knew that it wouldn't happen. So I worked. And when that happened that means I balanced my money and I had to make sure that financially that I could do it and when I left there I, put it to rest I, put it to sleep. I tried to forget all of those stressful moments even the dressing room and not feeling like going on stage whenever it's time for me to be Tina something turned and that's that professional set I became no matter what I felt sick I was or aching leg ideally because I wanted to leave that stage knowing that everybody had a wonderful time and. Again. Every time I've seen you perform and I've seen you perform for them anybody else on earth I. Remember standing in Houston with a woman who was crying and said, I now know I can do anything just from watching you on stage and that's what you wanted every time letters saying it was more than singing more than a rock and roll star didn't know how my style of work on stage to give people hope and make them go out and make it happen for themselves and all of the male that came in to me said after seeing your show. I went out and I made my life. That is what I achieved. Yeah. That is what you achieve. That is what you need. So the night in Sheffield England when you knew that was going to be the last performance. Was it bittersweet at least no opera Now this I have to be careful how I say this because the public will get it wrong when you've waited for something decades. I went back out the I can tina days were over where I was a slave I had to go back and slave again for myself. And that whole. Because to have enough money to address to take care of family and to take care of responsibilities and all of my Chinese Allah. In that position so don't worry about it. Yeah. I. Wanted to retire and not worry and that is what that did for me. So I got to my goal I received that moment a revelation of this is it I'm going home now Whoa I was going home in a big way more than just a house. I was going back to a place where I had decided. In. My last stage of my life where I want to be. Yeah. No one ever knew unstaged. How much? I really was tired of singing and dancing. You were tired of it. It's work I I know it's work but it's something when you do all of your life yes every night that's all you do you know everyone is having a tam up there working. It's just was years and years of and. Again the body has started to react on working on high blood pressure. Yeah. I was taking medication which pulled me back I didn't have I couldn't get into that second year to to to buy is that what would happen to you on stage? It feels surreal. It was the second year the first few seconds was you know the look and everything and then the second song I started to press buyer and I was losing beauty but that wasn't important then because I knew I already had my audience and then I make the first costume change second year. I went for third gear. That was when I changed clothes the last time on that crane and went out to the people and that was it. So it started to become harder I couldn't hit my notes. Dammit I wanted to get those nodes. And I had to really fake those notes. Somehow you know but I managed it it took every drop of energy in life out of me afterwards I took a hot bath and just laid. And then I would eat it would take really until the next. To. Restore that energy back. So I did nothing but that so that I could complete continue. Yeah. So everyone thought because it was so you were so believable onstage effortless. It looked effortless if not that I didn't enjoy it oprah I enjoy that done You know whenever I got to certain songs like simply the Baz Proud Mary are what's love got to do with it there was certain key songs, but there were certain songs in between that worked me a little bit harder to get to those ones. My idea is still if I ever go back for any reason in any way I will have to create another way. That will get people to accept it because no one ever wants to see Tina do performance any other way than that right? Well, you can't hundred, eight, hundred, ninety. So I don't think they would accept me standing in a wonderful gown singing. That's not me. Yeah. Every now and then I always loved that point where we get to problem Mary, which is always one of my favorite moments you say every now and then we want to do something nice and easy right Yeah. But. I like to do it. Nice. Talk. That was always a pleasure because then it was just me and my girls being naughty naughty as we wanted to be more of this episode after Short Break Today's episode supported by better help we are in extraordinary times, and if you're struggling with stress anxiety or depression, you're not alone better. Help offers online licensed professional counselors who are trained to listen and help that her help counselors specialize in many areas including relationship conflict, anxiety, depression, loss trauma, and more. You'll securely connect. With your counselor in a safe confidential online environment simply fill out a questionnaire to help assess your needs and get matched with a counselor and under forty eight hours easily scheduled secure video phone sessions with your therapist plus exchange unlimited messages. 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"tina turner" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

07:26 min | 11 months ago

"tina turner" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Inspired and connected to the deeper world around us starts right now. Years. Before beyond say and we were born Tina Turner was selling out stadiums around the world as the first black female rock and roll star. And it's no secret. I am one of her biggest fans Tina Turner is one of the greatest role models for women of any generation. Every note she sings declares I. Am here I will not be broken today at seventy three years old Tina Turner says life really is simply the best this Summer Tina married her longtime partner of nearly thirty years and I was fortunate enough to be there. To. Be a part of that big day I'm in the south of friends where Mr and Mrs. Urban Bach have been enjoying their honeymoon. We're at the most elegant grand, Hotel Cop Rod, one of the finest hotels in the world. Body. My God look at you. You are the role model for the twenty-first century thing over you. Make me feel very good. Look at this. You look. Fantastic. Guide girl. Guide girl. So this is one of your honeymoon places I know been someplace else for the honeymoon yes. This is this is a part of my honeymoon. Everyone says, Oprah. Knows how to pull you out of retirement and the honeymoon. Okay. So you've been on a honeymoon for a week and I wanted to ask is something you need to share with us. Are you pregnant? Are you pregnant? Of My girlfriends not don't go start having children. So I thought I knew you pretty well and then when I heard, it announced that you were going to get married. Little. We did we went. Watch and for what and for what can you answer that question? Comes a time in life and as everyone knows, I'm seventy three years old. You must put things in place I I started consolidating getting rid of property. I got rid of the House vast property in America I how they made a situation for my son's yeah anything that was costly. I totally got rid of. And then the next thing I found that. If something happened in depth for me which urban I weren't married before now he would have no say and I thought it was a bit unfair to live with someone for as long as we are. And not to give him any say yeah. Tina and urban met in Cologne Germany in one, thousand, nine, hundred, six at the time urban was a record executive and pick Tina airport before concert despite a sixteen year age difference Tina says she felt instant attraction. So every time I had talked about marriage before because he said to me didn't ask you when you when I was fifty when I was fifty years old, he asked me if I would marry with him. Oh, it was so cute and he's much younger does and I simply said I don't have an answer because it wasn't yes and it wasn't known. About marriage he said, we have to do something because if something happens to me, you can't get my money. How's that? Okay. I kinda thought like. Marriage says ownership you my wife? And I didn't want that my anything anymore and had enough of that from growing up with with my family and that situation I just wanted hands and controlled anymore didn't think that urban would. But he might've because psychologically that that law changes people's. Fouled that hasn't been the thing for me to do certain things not because you my wife well, yes, and also this what happens is that people I think traditional men feel like the word wife means something. Yeah. All right and I noticed you these at the wedding fans everybody which was great. Yeah you know sometimes. In a restaurant you see a really lady dressed very nice and she picks up the menu or something and little fan always a newly big fan as a little. Nice. Little Nicer. Little one I love this little fan always a little nicer. Planned every detail of wedding was one of the most spectacular weddings I've ever seen. More than two hundred friends and family members joined Tina and urban at their Swiss Estate Chateau Algonquin. Justice Tina envisioned the wedding was magical with personal touches from her everywhere. View. of. Tina's longtime Canadian rocker Bryan Adams performed his classic song all for love as a couple of walk down the aisle. An. Hour. Pink Armani Flower grow dresses were just the most magnificent. I've ever seen and one of my favorite details a stunning wall of roses created by celebrity florist Jeff Leith Going on when wedding invitation requested that all the guests wear white because normally you never wear white to wedding on said yes. So I knew that you must have been coming up with something spectacular you and Giorgio Armani at that dress was something I have to tell you do you have a favorite moment from that day? The day of the wedding yes. Do you have a favorite moment? Okay. I have to tell you because I started to plan January and I really gotten tired I was tired of thinking about it. I was of waiting for the day I wanted to get in the car and go to Italy before it's time. To, urban I said, you know Darling I'm GonNa, miss all of the I want to see it. So then he he started to think for me. So he said you know what if we get a place in the house or you can sit? 'n peak and look what people coming in. So your favorite memory is looking out the window and watching us all come in. So I stood in the window. And I've had an open just enough and you could see my face reacting to certain people some lab. Step bit and some was awesome. Those ladies dresses were. Everybody looks. So yes, you know it was very interesting about it and I was so absolutely honored to be there and I said at one point this feels like the great gatsby for real and it also anybody who's been an experience like that. You feel elevated by the experience feel elevated by the experience in real now. I am rock and roll I cannot envision performing any other way. By the other side of me is that elegance and that's what I wanted for that day it was not about my career, play my music or to wear hot funky close it was to wear the best I could be and that I wanted my my garden, my house and my guest to be the best.

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Tina Turner Comes Out of Retirement With a Remix of 'What's Love Got to Do With It?'

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Tina Turner Comes Out of Retirement With a Remix of 'What's Love Got to Do With It?'

"Turner coming out of retirement to release a new version of her biggest head. Turner collaborated with Diego On a remix of what's Love Got to do with it. The producers shared the news of the refurbished track on Instagram showing a picture of himself and Turner favorite

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Kygo Teams Up With One Of His Favorite Artists Ever

Direct from Hollywood

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Kygo Teams Up With One Of His Favorite Artists Ever

"Kyko help the late Whitney Houston returned to billboard hot, one hundred posthumously something she did dozens of times while alive with his reimagining of Harare, one, thousand, nine hundred ninety cover of Steve, winwood higher love, and with his next project. He's bringing another song from the past back this time from the legendary Tina Turner. Version of Tina's only solo number one, the nineteen, eighty, six classic. What's love got to do with it? Which kyw go names as one of his all time favorite songs writing on social, it feels surreal to get the opportunity to work with such a legendary artists. Now it appears this version will be entirely new with Tina providing vocals, but we'll know for sure when Kyko Tina Turner. What's love got to do with? It arrives on Friday.

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"tina turner" Discussed on Soundrise Podcast

Soundrise Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"tina turner" Discussed on Soundrise Podcast

"Very Nice. Very nice Agree this this sounds very enjoyable. Dairy something about those eighties sound in this case the kind of understated. They're not so much in your face you know when they get to obnoxious but I think in the long run if I was to listen to this kind of music for more than three hours in a row I've going sane but the right now does sound very pleasant. Yes and great great performance. Don't get me wrong. All right so The ratings the ratings ratings. Yes what is saying? I will say seven point five. I think it's close to two private dancer in my opinion Maybe slightly the worse But yeah sound quite find Tickets affair Orca TRICK CHARACTERISTIC. So to say what about you? I'll be a bit stricter so I think it's six point five so not a bad record but nothing particularly outstanding about it other than her own performance which I think is something. That's just constant that you can't expect Tina Turner to sound bad as a great performer. Greats of vocalist. But I think that these records a bit outdated. They're pleasant to listen to I'm sure there's a lot of audience who would appreciate this kind of music much more than I do so I do encourage you as listeners. Take listen and follow your own Gut. Sorta say but in my opinion this is a solid effort without much substance to it. I think this is something that the old farts would feel young when listening to okay. Let's let's not beat that offensive to Ashley. Large parts of our audience here so I just joking gadget. Yeah we like yes If you if you grew up in the eighties I think you will be able to appreciate this kind of music. Much more than younger folks. Even I appreciate these sounds I was born in eighty four. So and yeah yeah. Yeah but I think Judging from my perspective anyone who grew up listening to decipher music. I think they they had they had better music. Grew up through than than me. So interesting. Yeah that's my honest opinion through. I mean like we have to put this in perspective. Tina was one of the biggest pop stars in the eighties right nowadays if we look at the stars of today there's not many artists that come even close to this of level of performance right. I think today's pop music has very few similarities with with the eighties. And that's kind of disappointing now. We sound like old farts so please forgive us for that hard you to leave your opinion. Tell us if we wrong about this if we sound prejudiced of course there's probably good pop music today as well but it is our impression. Did there isn't anything on this level right and when it comes to pop music but hopefully the upcoming APP as we will be talking about some modern pop as well all right so the next record with the nineties now some nine hundred ninety six the record is called wildest dreams.

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"tina turner" Discussed on Soundrise Podcast

Soundrise Podcast

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"tina turner" Discussed on Soundrise Podcast

"Hello everyone welcome to another episode of our sound Rice podcast. So today we'll be talking about none other than Tina. Turner a legendary female vocalist She's kind of numerous hits. Great success a very major star. One might say so. Alexsandr. You decided that should cover Tina Turner to can you tell me. Why did you decide to opt for Tina up on well You have a lot of so Vance your question We talked about the grammys the other week and the same night. We thought when we talked about it I went to Google to search The biggest snobs In the Grammy Awards history and many consider Tina Turner to be not d the biggest snub in yesterday. So I I just wanted to take a closer look to her. Work ahead had been so familiar with the discover discography before choosing unquoted before choosing it for this episode so Yeah just wanted to see how big it is. And how ranchos she she. Actually she actually sounds right. Okay before we get into the records. I just WanNa mention our patriots so huge shout to our current Patriot. Stephanie Austin David. Your support has been invaluable. Not just in terms of financial support but also stink terms of your feedback and your advice so everyone else please feeling courage to give us your feedback. Let us know what you think our show or perhaps leave a comment about the musicians and artists that we're covering in our show. Okay so Alexander We have three albums today and interestingly enough all of these three albums are Tina Turner's solo effort so without her former husband Ike Turner. Is there any reason behind this because we all know that I can also add quite a few classic records and Fitz? Yeah I just wanted to explore her solo work. I wanted to see what she was like. You know I know that she that she was great. Also with with But I was just interested in hearing her solo work because in those in those articles regarding the biggest knobs in grammy history that that. I just mentioned Usually they say that She deserves the most praise for For these records did that..

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Recording Registry adds 'Wichita Lineman,' album by Dr. Dre

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Recording Registry adds 'Wichita Lineman,' album by Dr. Dre

"Hello every year the library of Congress picks twenty five recordings of cultural or historic significance to preserve forever and that song by Ellen Sherman is one of them other singles on the list are going Campbell's Wichita lineman Whitney Houston's I will always love you and YMCA by the village people I use to media teacher get booted town is one of the albums that makes the cuts along with Tina Turner's private dancer Dr drapes the chronic and an album of songs for Mister Rogers neighborhood the marches are a letter

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Recording Registry adds 'Wichita Lineman,' album by Dr. Dre

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Recording Registry adds 'Wichita Lineman,' album by Dr. Dre

"Hello every year the library of Congress picks twenty five recordings of cultural or historic significance to preserve forever and that song by Ellen Sherman is one of them other singles on the list are going Campbell's Wichita lineman Whitney Houston's I will always love you and YMCA by the village people I use to media teacher get booted town is one of the albums that makes the cuts along with Tina Turner's private dancer Dr drapes the chronic and an album of songs for Mister Rogers neighborhood the marches are a letter

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Dr. Dre’s ‘The Chronic,’ ‘Cheap Trick at Budokan’ Among Library of Congress Inductees

Donna and Steve

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Dr. Dre’s ‘The Chronic,’ ‘Cheap Trick at Budokan’ Among Library of Congress Inductees

"The village people's YMCA in the original cast album for fiddler on the roof are among the twenty five recordings just added the library of Congress is national recording registry the registry is meant to designate recordings that are culturally historically or aesthetically significant in or at least ten years old other inductees they include Dr trace the chronic Tina Turner's nineteen eighty four's private dancer in cheap trick's live album cheap trick from port

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"tina turner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"tina turner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The west Tina Turner we are here we are a long life this is so exciting there's so many people and we're just getting started I mean we are just starting and we are people of all ages and to prove that I want you to meet one of our little friends right here from right hi my name is Arianna Rodriguez why are you here are to support the second girl I ask your age right thank you so much how wonderful that is we've got little kids we've got adults we've got people of all ages and this place is filling up which soldier going to start around noon we're here we're alive and we're here to support the second amendment and our constitutional rights not just the second amendment these red flag laws that were fighting here today are absolutely unconstitutional folks we do not have any due process of law we do not we everything is taken from you and you suddenly become guilty until proven innocent the very important that you understand these laws and we're here with Nick over the city from the veterans came down and we're going to talk about this if you guys have been really working at this for a long time yes we have since three whole thing started back in February we've been fighting it and it's just been incredible that it's still exists so we're here we filed a court injunction and we want to stop this thing from going any further and we've got the support people are here people are here that the way more people they're coming right now so here's my question how much is a lawsuit like this how much the cost okay if you're found guilty which again your your guns are confiscated to start with and at that point it would be a minimum between thirty to fifty thousand dollars to take it to court and get your good name back me up Liverpool unbeliever this is America folks we don't do this in America in America you are innocent until proven guilty the Gestapo does not show up at your door and take your belongings you have due process of law and this is outrageous this is one of the worst most egregious laws I've ever seen I am a total death on civil asset forfeitures we're gonna be doing shows about that if you don't know what it is it's as I gregis as as this law so we have a governor that's out of control he needs to see the people that are here he needs to understand exactly how we feel about this and about our second amendment and all of our constitutional rights so I have my questions he was I think you misunderstood me how much does the lawsuit against the state of Nevada and the and the governor how much is that gonna cost the bad news Kim okay presently we're looking at fifty thousand dollars that straight up if it goes any further it's going to be a hundred thousand to take.

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The Tina Turner Musical

Glenn Beck

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

The Tina Turner Musical

"Tina Turner musical though I'd be interested in this it begins its Broadway run tonight Michelle's got more Hey Jim Warren takes on the iconic title role in Tina that Tina Turner musical follows Turner from her humble beginnings in not bush Tennessee to her transformation the global rock icon she was born Annemarie balik in nineteen thirty nine rose to fame in the sixties alongside her husband Ike Turner who she revealed

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'Shake, Rattle and Roll' Your Way to the Delta Music Museum

Killer Innovations

01:23 min | 2 years ago

'Shake, Rattle and Roll' Your Way to the Delta Music Museum

"If you love the wonderful music of the deep south in this museum was made just for you. The delta music museum was born out of the ferry museum. Originally, we had our original inductees the famous three cousins Jerry Lewis, Nikki Haley, Jimmy Swaggart. And we waited for who is known or his trombone playing blues music Hayes houses magnesium, it was called the chitlins circuit in many of the African Americans at traveled before segregation before desegregation. They they had limited venues where like play so been out was known as one of the venues people like maybe king and Tina Turner and Thomas and many more when they travel they came to hey, big house. One of our latest inductees Wasi Ely was part of one of the house Baynes during the sixties that were there. We have a lot of different types of music represented here, we have of course, blues. Country and Jerry Lee's music was rockabilly in the nineteen fifties. Tony Joe why we refer to his music is. Have jazz found we have Seoul air nettle Thomas. We have almost every genre of using that's out there.

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"tina turner" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"tina turner" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Times of LL, Jeff bridges, Jon Hamm. Oh, no. Oh, okay. We're we're down. We're stopped. Hey, everybody welcome. Welcome back from a a unexpected break. Go. We had a power outage here. Shocking. I don't know. Maybe the maybe your camera tapes have the footage of us going, go God, but I. Oh, yeah. That's interesting. The batteries on those. I see mine mine cut out before the the moment of truth. But like Dan said, we all we have to process this moment because it was it was kind of traumatic now that was scary and and I immediately do what I always do it. If the power goes pants off. That just makes sense. Just you don't know what's the right lights off page. You don't know what's going to happen. I thought I, here we go. We're all fucking. I thought, terrific. Let's experiment that took everything off except the hat. Strange. How I prepare. Joe cocker. Who else did that song? Any rate does familiar, but then on maybe Nancy Sinatra so that Keith do that. There's probably some country guy did. It makes a woman like that that did you leave your head on Joe cocker twain. That is the don't bring your Canadian. And I did Tina Turner to version of Tina Turner. I don't know. BB King James Etta, James Reta, James. Anyway, the power went out. That's why you guys all experienced that. We're little glitch. And then we're, I mean, my plan is to just put a little music in that moment. And then we heard that cricket. It was pretty perfectly time the crooked torturned off. This power is responsible. I'd like to put blame on something. I went out in the wall. We were waiting for the power to come back on. I went out in the hallway to find the cricket, Hon. Yeah, I wouldn't cook at home and I think I've found, I think he's in the late Bank in the hallway and I saw another dead one in there you could see, and then there was dead. One on the ground is infesting. We are invested with crickets, and that's morning. Has his friend maybe or he's calling for them. Which one's more, let's just made it said or right. Why isn't he. Rut. Now, by the way, Tom Jones, did that song, oh, by God, that's gotta be the best version effort. That's the one I was thinking of it in a way. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. What what woman did as well in addition to this editor, that's it. Kierell Sanders, Tom Jones tie Herndon. There's your country guy. Okay. Jerry Garcia band, Michael, Graham Bill Wyman, and just wrote in, that's eight of that's all the Wikipedia lists. Anyway, men, Dean Smith people are leaving their hats on. All right. That's what it's about. L. Royal anything else over the weekend happen. Breaking news when we got Garin wanna let you know that we have a pair of tickets available for opening night. This Friday, ten nineteen for.

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"tina turner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"tina turner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Had a kidney transplant you hear about this. And I didn't realize I guess you would be seventy eight Dow which is that shocking right there, the Tina Turner who is. I've seen her many times in concert. I've said many times the greatest concerts that I've ever been at. We're at Tina Turner concert. She's amazing. I just I can't believe that she's seventy eight years old, but she made the disclosure well first of all in twenty sixteen. She was diagnosed with intestinal cancer. I'd never heard that I hadn't either in two thousand thirteen Tina Turner suffered a stroke. I'd never heard that. These are all new new revelations that are a part of this book. But when she was being treated for intestinal cancer. She decided to go in a more holistic homeopathic treatment, which was not successful for her and ultimately caused a total kidney failure for Tina Turner. So she needed to get a kidney transplant or she was going to. Die and her husband Erwin Bach is his name. They got married in two thousand thirteen steps. Right up doesn't even think about it for a second and volunteers to donate a kidney to Tina Turner. They have the transplant and she is alive and doing well better still managing complications that she says with the transplanted organ, but how's how's this reaction out of something like that of near near death experience? Tina Turner said I can look back and understand why my karma was the way. It was good came out of band joy came out of pain, and I have never been so completely happy. As I am today that I lived through a hellish marriage that almost destroyed me. But I went on. I know my medical adventure is far from over. But I'm still here closer than we ever imagined talking about her husband about that. That's amazing. That Tina Turner say a little prayer for her. And all that. She's been through and all that she's given us the talk about survivor, right? Somebody who's been to hell and back. And as you know, not only lived to tell about it. But flourished out of the the hell that she lived through when she was with Ike Turner. So prayers for Tina turnaround that what else do we have gone on this couple of other big show biz stories today? Are you into jersey shores at all? TV show. Jersey shores, I'm guessing nonsense. Not from nineteen sixty. Since the jersey shore, Milton Berle was on it not on it. You probably have never watched jersey shore. Robert young wasn't out of either George Burns, George Burns Gracie. Allen. I do know who Mike sarin Tino is the situation. They call them the situation. I've heard of him. Yeah. Sharoni continue. This is like I'm speaking rush snooky or something like that involvement. Snooky sluggish schmucky Chucky, don't call me names. He was just sentenced to eight months in prison pleading guilty to one count of tax evasion. Is this this is on the show? Well, it happened in real life. But I'm sure it's going to be on the show. Okay. Because you can't really do anything in life unless it winds up. Somehow what's the point of doing anything in life? If if it's not going to be on a reality. It's not part of a reality show. What differences? You know, it's like Facebook. What's the point of me sitting in a lounge chair unless I take a picture of my feet in the lounge chair and put it on Facebook. So y'all can see that I'm sitting in a lounge chair. I haven't really eaten dinner unless I've taken a picture of the plate and all the food on it and all the food on it. So you can see that I've eaten dinner now. I'm now, it's okay for me to eat dinner because I public he telling every Ellen everybody, I'm in a lawn chair, and I'm eating dinner and their feet, and there's my plate. Have at it. Crazy crazy crazy. Like there was something else. I was gonna say oh the weekend box office numbers are in. That's what I was gonna say. And the number one movie of the weekend. Is venom the Tom hardy movie, the marvel? Comics latest incarnation. Tom hardy, Michelle Williams starring in it and made eighty million dollars. That's enormous for an opening weekend following pretty closely behind in second place, not surprising actually beyond expectations. But not surprisingly a star is born taking in fifty million dollars over the weekend, which is pretty huge. It's a wound up being the biggest October box office weekend in motion picture history. Venom is I think it's just harmless harmless action movie, I gave it a dean's list seat. I just thought it was. Okay. And dislike it, I didn't love. It. Started was okay. Harmless, nonstop action, nonstop special effects. But a star is born is amazing is absolutely amazing. And that's one that you do have to see for the performances for the writing for the direction by a first time ever director actor Bradley Cooper, hit makes his directorial debut. He co stars in it singing is never sung before. And he does a great job along with lady Gaga who's never been starred in a feature length motion picture before. So I thought the movie was just absolutely amazing in our next half hour, my one on one interview with Bradley Cooper that's coming up on WGN. It was just a blink of an eye ago..

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"tina turner" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"tina turner" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

"Tina Turner things. My white one of my favorite, Tina Turner nut Bush. I'm looking now not Bush city limit than anytime anyone says on. Oh, that's nuts. I can't help myself going. Over, what did you have for lunch. Just nuts. Like almonds, go. Yes. Okay. Let's listen to listen. Hi, everybody. Welcome to. Bush. I messed it up because I couldn't. I got to start over. So this welcome to the program. Listen. Everybody will. Bush us tonight. We're going to be shucking lots of pearls. Burs in the. Allison from Kansas City. About a five shuck. But since the special today we're, we're doing a Shuckers dozen. Grabbing grabbing my us shut Bush, talked with us with the sucker look, Larry. Bush. Throw. I'm open one up and. Oh, pretty pink while you a pretty pink one. Let me measured up. That's measuring at six and a half Allison. That's great. And then they always. They always talk to someone off camera. They always inevitably talk someone off camera. They do. Marker down. Well, tell tell how later. All right, Alison, and then they stop and they, they look at the screen, the Facebook messages. Hold on. And their mouths are always open. Okay. All right. Alison. Oh. An off white. It's not quite brilliant way, but that's off why. And that's measuring at six point three. Where's my big goal? All right, Alison, open up. Another win. You got a brilliant white. I know it's not the gun metal grey or looking for Allison, but the, oh brilliant, white people, love those. Background pal, pal. Kids are pets. All right. So you get them all you got them all and then so what do you to one the necklace? Okay. But the gun medals necklace. Now you got a brilliant line of white and off white, eleven to pink just sitting pretty just Lucy goose right. Just. With a wide. You can get other jewelry. That's like a little cage. They call him cage pendon. You can put all loose pearls in them. Where are they right now? Where are your loose? Pearls right now. Could you? Could you spare one. Well, I could. I'm sure I could. I have them there at my house. So there at your house, if you. Yeah. If you need me to send you a Pearl, I can. You don't. You send me pearls. All right. I live in shock. Bush city limits. Swimming. Jay wanna give..

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"tina turner" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"tina turner" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Attorneys song, proud, Mary certainly, mine but that is cookie Watkin, singing and she is in town doing her very popular review show at the south point. Hotel. Yeah and by doing the songs of we either you kinda hold the audience in your, head you take them on this trip and you really get an order. Trip you take him on a just, shit you. Know and then y'all song House what that office But. Asked Queen oh? Yeah from the who right. From the movie So. I'm just saying you know she's, and of course Govan I see now when I go to. Europe that's when I pull out because they really know they'll saw so they. Love the. Cold and I? And I'll be GoldenEye Mary to them in Europe in Australia Nut Bush is like they're browse Mary, what's amazing people, this the different, songs it's different people what they like. What an opportunity you don't wanna miss this is. The Tina Turner tribute from cookie Watkins she played at, the grandview over at the south point which is a great place. To. See an act to the hotel casino I have gotten from Tina Turner management that if, she was not able, to do, jobs which she's retired now you know they office, will tell you meet the contact, cookie watching the Knicks expecting to teenage you'll ever gonna see which you know I've also on the I was a finalist that show about Bank The Knicks pitch thing and. It was on ABC this summer pilot, show and the judges if was, so funny when I came into what. They said to me and if you go on. YouTube you to see some for the of a and, they said to me they say we saw fifty Tina Turner's and. They. Said and we just think that they also picking up the weeks now you know and, I said no everybody, should be, what they can do is fine you know I, just know that my heart is, really in it and my soul and I know when I come on that stage I take no prisoners So true so true a great talent you don't, wanna miss, the show cookie, thanks, so much appreciate it thank you thank you everybody. Come and, see me so if you go into the show itself point or anywhere. Else around town the question is what's the best, way to get there When you come to Las, Vegas you got to get around now in the old days it was simply had to find a. Cab and they can be expensive sometimes, you take you, the wrong way around we've all. Been through it.

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"tina turner" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"tina turner" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yeah that was tina turner talking about dwight clark insurance of memories on with tommy john earlier today and we're all remembering dwight clark tonight and just an indelible legacy a lot of people checking in at ryan kobe on twitter and folks checking in on the text line as well just you know paying respects man and you know i share the story with with matt barrows when i was you know young here i came here i think i've told store on the air a couple times where i was young in the game here it can be our and he was here to do an interview in personnel some dinner with the legend thing i don't even know why he was here but is that the old building at fifty five when he was there with his son and i sat in the bullpen for literally an hour and got to you know just talk to him and i told them old stories and it was just you could tell he was you know some guys when you know they they become associated with one singular event you would think they get real fatigue and i'm sure there was days where people would see him he's like oh damn this damn catching again you know i mean you you and you probably couldn't blame him for that but you got the feeling that he was the kind of guy because he know what it meant to so many people and it was such a happy memory that hey if i'm going to be associated with something that brought people so much joy then so be it and he was cool with it and i didn't i didn't really think that he minded it much at all you know so i was i was cool with that and tina turner checked in today steve young checked in today brent jones checked in today i know a lot of his old teammates and friends went out to whitefish montana about a month ago i got a chance to talk to matt maiocco who are forty niners inside or when he came back from that brian murphy.

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"tina turner" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"tina turner" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Know nowadays we do have the women's groups that will show up at that'd be court appearance okay they will stress so the person tina turner and just see and i mean that's amazing i i picked to to uh specify utilize what i thought was simply the that's and that led into the uh old tina turner thing i didn't even have done on my mind i was a great picked up on that excellent and she goes back a long time ago that's when it happened with her you know and then turner think from everything i read her former husband the didn't have a good life season after she left back then i think it was pretty bad for everything i remember reading you know so happy society when the troops comes out m two also plays an ownership stake in saying that you know i picked him you know i decided to stay with him um uh but also points out what she's been through obviously that's not something that is accepted in society so how difficult must have been for him to walk out his door once the world learn what he did um that's for sure that's for sure let me ask you got a phone call from somebody who let's let's just in an athlete before he gets arrested this is maybe two or three months before any this stuff's going it's a press sees get many people that's gonna city of mike look i'd like to meet with you because some stuff's going to.

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"tina turner" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"tina turner" Discussed on WCTC

"A performance from a tina turner life performance here i mean it would just they would just blow you away so that kind of uh strong i guess strong performance in a song to me is is is what i look for regardless of the genre as as as a kid what the the first the the first song that really made it you know that that just went wild right off from a woman was uh uh edelman high enough diana ross and blew me away as a kid you just went wow what a voice or and i say the other one was actually when i was a kid was a christmas album right and it was i know i know pay i gotta be honest was barbra streisand singing ave maria hm unbelievable when i first heard that and so in a web anal add women and women and girl lee kind of thing i know i think i know what he was trying to say some of the songs at the female performers were singing today in the performers i view was being wimpy as compared to women in the past right or women that i like and women singers or guitar players or whatever knowing what they can you know known in knowing the excellent music that they put out i would sit there and say home gas and they'd whole walter to water to past women artist but i think at times i know the women singers that i like to me at times have greater range than ninety nine percent of the men out there and are able to express a motion much but even in rock songs from power of an an wilson to you know to her even being soft our dream dream bottom here's the the everywhere yet remote oda well that sounds revolt attia media ad you you you know you take some more the title track from dog and butterfly i mean that was right on that was not a hard rock and song right right and not many men can pull that off with the incredible power and then the sweet melody's at that she was able and many other women are able to pull off in in the the rock world today so i just i.

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"tina turner" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"tina turner" Discussed on WGTK

"Two jason in houston texas you're on the michael medved show a clear blue dr demographic thanks for having me on the show appreciate it you bet but don't don't you think um whicl khoja on trying and him one in the eu the bill peanut journal where more i mean what is your believe on this impeding on the first amendment and you know criminal river beef from crowd it in consort with tina turner it depends it depends on weather journalists have been involved in publicising classified material and again there's and i think we we do have to be very careful and injure right abound backstage conversations things of that nature but if there is classified material any conversation between a president of the united states and another head of state is classified unless it say deliberately public a bit of material and i i honestly think that if the people who leaked that to the press who made those transcripts available had any class or any courage or any integrity they would step forward and say okay i leak this here's why y here's why felt it was strongly important that i league this material and here's my resignation and then the end but to continue working when you have that kind of focus and i don't believe that if someone did that the attorney general sessions would or should then prosecute that person on the criminal base since i appreciate your call on your challenge jason have a great weekend let's go to andrew in philadelphia andrew you're on the michael medved show or go up in their why go to my call you bet happy friday well i just i just want to comment on the fact that there's been a lot of things many of what you recovering lately good of recent development r kelly's appointment cohort an and fashion comment today um i'll tell you what disconcerting at work sort of in the faith or gap excessive calmer what's going on with h r mcmaster uh i i don't have a admit that i don't have his back row you know uh so much what i what i do know.

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