Shindig! was an American musical variety series from September 1964 until January 1966. The show was hosted by Jimmy O’Neill, a disc jockey from Los Angeles and focused on popular performers including Lesley Gore, Bo Diddley, Sonny and Cher, The Beach Boys, James Brown, The Supremes and The Ronettes. The show featured also a dance troupe called the Shin-diggers, who accompanied the music acts of the week. Tina has been three times guest in the first season of the show, performing solo and with other acts, but every time without Ike. Also in the credits, only Tina is mentioned. 

The first appearance was on November 25, 1964, where Tina performed two famous hits of the duo including A Fool In Love.

The next year on April 07, 1965, she did some duets with Marvin Gaye & The Rightous Brothers on previous never performed songs, as well as two tracks from Ike & Tina solo.

Two episodes later on April 21, 1965, The Ikettes performed solo two of their biggest hits with Peaches 'N' Cream and Camel Walk.

The last appearance from Tina was on August 18, 1965 with three Ike & Tina soul songs solo. At the end of the show, Tina was also present on stage together with  Jay P. Mobey & Bo Diddley.

November 25, 1964  / Season 1, Episode 12

A Fool In Love (Live)

Ooh Poo Pah Doo (Live)

with Neil Sedaka

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April 07, 1965 / Season 1, Episode 30

Willie and the Hand Jive (Live)

Tina & Marvin Gaye & Rightous Brothers

Money (Live Tina & Marvin Gaye)

Tina & Marvin Gaye

That'll Be The Day (Live)

Tina & Marvin Gaye

Tell Her I'm Not Home (Live)

Tell The Truth (Live)

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April 21, 1965 / Season 1, Episode 32

Peaches 'N' Cream (Live)


Camel Walk (Live)


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August 18, 1965 / Season 1, Episode 49

I Don't Need (Live)

Goodbye, So Long (Live)

I Can't Believe What You Say (Live)

Can Your Monkey Do the Dog? (Live)

Tina & Jay P. Mobey & Bo Diddley


Ike & Tina Turner - Rollin' On The River (1972)

Rollin' On The River

1964 - 1965

Ike & Tina Turner - Shindig! (1964 - 1965)



Ike & Tina Turner - Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1969)

Smothers Brothers