Legendary singer Tina Turner, who was known as the Queen of Rock and Roll, has passed away. He was 83 years old. American-born Tina died at her home in Kusnacht, near Zurich, Switzerland after a long illness. In the 1950s, Tina began her career in the early years of rock and roll and was featured on MTV, and became a phenomenon. Tina Turner has earned fans worldwide with songs like River Deep Mountain High, The Best, What’s Love Got To Do With It, and more. Her rep responded that she was a forgotten music legend and role model.
A representative for the singer said that Tina was able to thrill hundreds of thousands of fans and inspire many artists with her music and energy. The representative also stated that only close friends and family members will attend the funeral ceremony which will be held in private. Tina has won the Grammy Awards eight times. The first Grammy was for the album Proud Mary in 1972. In 1985, they won three Grammy Awards for their albums What’s Love Got To Do With It and Better Be Good To Me. Two of these were for Best Pop Vocal Performance.