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Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame (1989 - 2021)

Tina Turner - Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame - Award

The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame is a museum in Cleveland, celebrating the most important musicians and producers. Artists become eligible for induction 25 years after the release of their first record. In 1989, Tina Turner inducted Phil Spector and performed many songs live on stage together with Mick Jagger and other artists. Most of this performance was later released on home video. In 1991, Phil Spector inducted Ike & Tina Turner on their behalf, because Ike was in prison and Tina didn’t want to participate. In 2021, Tina was inducted as a solo artist from Angela Basset and was honored in the show from Christina Aguilera with River Deep, Mountain High, from Mickey Guyton with What's Love Got To Do With It and from H.E.R. & Keith Urban with It’s Only Love. Tina sent a video message with her acceptance speech. She is the third artist to be a double inductee.

October 30, 2021
Laudator: Angela Basset
Location: Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland, Ohio (USA)
Musical Guests: Christina Aguilera, Mickey Guyton, H.E.R. & Keith Urban
Induction: Tina Turner

January 16, 1991
Laudator: Phil Spector
Location: Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York (USA)
Induction: Ike & Tina Turner as a Group

January 18, 1989
Laudator: Tina Turner
Location: Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York (USA)
Musical Guests: Mick Jagger, Bruce Springsteen, Little Richard, Tina Turner & The Rock Hall Jam Band
Induction: Phil Spector

Tina Turner - Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame - Award

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