TINA: Magazine

Rolling Stone (1967 - 2006)

Tina Turner - Rolling Stone - Magazine

Rolling Stone is an American monthly magazine about music, politics, and popular culture, founded 1967 in San Francisco by Jann Wenner and Ralph J. Gleason. Outside of America, it’s published in 15 territories around the world, with a German edition since 1994 and the introduction of Rolling Stone UK in 2021. Tina Turner was the first woman on the cover of it’s second issue from November 25, 1967. Since then, she graced it in the 1960s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and early 2000s.

Issue: Vol. 1 / No. 2 / November 25, 1967
Pages: 1
Photographer: Baron Wolman
Story: Sockin' It To You

Issue: No. 45 / November 01, 1969
Photographer: Robert Altman
Story: In the ads, at the festivals and on the records

Issue: No. 93 / October 14, 1971
Pages: 5
Writer: Ben Fong-Torres
Photographer: Annie Leibovitz
Story: The World's Greatest Heartbreaker

Issue: No. 432 / October 11, 1984
Pages: 4
Writer: Kurt Loder
Photographer: Steven Meisel, Michael Ochs
Story: She's Got Legs!

Issue: August 15, 1985 (Special Issue)
Story: Live Aid, The Day The World Rocked

Issue: No. 455 / August 29, 1985
Photographer: Herb Ritts
Story: Making Mad Max

Issue: October 23, 1986
Pages: 6
Writer: Nancy Collins
Photographer: Matthew Rollston
Story: The Rolling Stone Interview

Issue: No. 542 / December 1997
Pages: 4
Writer: Gerry Hirshey
Photographer: Peggy Sirota
Story: Women Of Rock (Courtney Love, Tina Turner, Madonna)

Issue: No. 12 / December 1999
Pages: 5
Writer: Bastian Schuerholz
Photographer: A. Dixon, K. Mazur, 
Story: Tina Re-Turner - Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends
Language: German

Issue: No. 972 / April 21, 2005
Story: The Immortals - The 100 Greatest Artists of All Time

Issue: No. 1000 / May 18, 2006
Illustration: Michael Elins
Story: Our 1,000th Issue

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