A Swedish Affair

After our recent trip to Sweden and a wonderful party with our good friend and fellow Tina fan Martina, we thought we would share some footages from the vault with a few tv appearances from Sweden. Starting with an interview from 1985’s Private Dancer Tour, then a live performance from Break Every Rule Tour and … Continue reading A Swedish Affair

File it under TINA Museum

In a ceremony held on September 19, 2017 at the Tina Turner Museum at Flagg Grove School in Brownsville, TN, officials from Tennessee State joined Tina Turner’s longtime friend and Executive Personal Assistant Rhonda Graam and Tina Turner Museum Executive Director Sonia Outlaw-Clark, to debut the ensemble which was personally selected by the Tennessee native … Continue reading File it under TINA Museum

Break Every Record

While this year we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Wildest Dreams Tour, let’s not forget about the Break Every Rule Tour that took place nearly 30 years ago in 1987-1988. Tina’s second solo tour was even more successful than the Private Dancer Tour and will be eventually surpassed by the gigantic 1990 Foreign Affair Tour. … Continue reading Break Every Record

Tina’s Cassette Singles – A Retrospective

Back in 1980 the first cassette single (or “cassingle” if you would like to use a cool and hype (hype in the 80´s, we should mention that for your own safety) saw the day of light with Bow Wow Wow´s „C30, C60, C90, Go!“ being released in the UK. With such an unusual title it … Continue reading Tina’s Cassette Singles – A Retrospective

Private Dancer “30th Anniversary”

After the announcement of the Japanese release of Tina Turner’s Private Dancer album, the Queen milestone album is also being re-released by Warner UK to celebrate its 30th anniversary. A special edition of the legendary singer’s album will be put out on June 29, 31 years after its release on June 1984. The re-issue includes … Continue reading Private Dancer “30th Anniversary”

Better Be Good To Tina

“Better Be Good to Me” song written by Mike Chapman, Nicky Chinn and Holly Knight, from Tina Turner’s solo album, Private Dancer. The song had originally been released in 1981 by Spider, a band from New York City with co-writer Holly Knight as a member. The Turner version was successful in the United States on … Continue reading Better Be Good To Tina

She Rattled Me Down To My Shoes

“If I was this guy, you could all kiss my ass!” That’s how David Letterman introduced Tony Joe White when he performed on his show in duet with the Foo Fighters. Indeed, White might be one of the coolest rockers out there, sunglasses, hat and snake-skin boots, he took the blues from the swamps of … Continue reading She Rattled Me Down To My Shoes