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JET (1971 - 2008)

Tina Turner - JET - Magazine

JET is an American weekly magazine, focusing on news, culture, and entertainment related to the African-American community, founded in November 1951 by John H. Johnson. The magazine was printed from November 1, 1951, in digest-sized format until it's final print issue on June 23, 2014. Since then, it continues as a digital magazine app.

  1. September 30, 1971
  2. Torrid Theatrics Take Tina To The Top
  3. April 24, 1975
  4. Tina Talks About Ike And 'Tommy'
  5. April 15, 1976
  6. Trouble, Trails, Tina Turner
  7. July 28, 1977
  8. Trials And Triumphs Test Tina Turner
  9. January 05, 1978
  10. New Year, New Tina, New Title
  11. February 15, 1979
  12. Sex And Religion Keep Tina Famous And Humble
  13. December 13, 1982
  14. Tina Still Sexy And Successful
  15. April 01, 1985
  16. Tina Tells How She Made It To The Top Alone
  17. July 29, 1985
  18. Excels In First Dramatic Role In 'Mad Max' Movie
  19. September 22, 1986
  20. Tina Turner's Book Tells Of Beatings Sex Abuse And Why She Tried To End Her Life
  21. October 19, 1987
  22. Tina Talks About Her Final Concert Tour
  23. June 1988
  24. 20 Years Of Black Music
  25. January 15, 1990
  26. 50 And Foxy, With New LP, New Boyfriend
  27. July 09, 1990
  28. Still Sexy And Going Strong
  29. June 21, 1993
  30. 'What's Love Got To Do With It' Movie Tells True Life Story of Tina Turner
  31. September 27, 1993
  32. Ike Turner Talks About Ex-Wife Tina And His New Fiancee
  33. November 20, 1995
  34. Tina Performs Theme Song Of New James Bond Movie 'GoldenEye'
  35. March 17, 1997
  36. Tina Returns To U.S. With 'Wildest Dreams' World Tour
  37. May 03, 1999
  38. Whitney, Tina And Brandy Sizzle On 'Divas Live 99'
  39. January 07, 2008
  40. Remembering Ike Turner
Tina Turner - JET - Magazine

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