Singer Anna Mae Bullock, known as Tina Turner, started performing in high school in the 1950s.
She gained fame as part of the Ike & Tina Turner Revue with her then-husband Ike Turner.
Turner became a music icon and was called the Queen of Rock 'n' Roll during her solo career in the 1980s.
She achieved numerous accolades, including inductions into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, a lifetime-achievement award, and eight Grammys.
Turner broke barriers as the first Black artist and the first woman to be on the cover of Rolling Stone.
She sold over 100 million records worldwide, with her album "Private Dancer" selling 10 million copies and featuring her hit song "What's Love Got to Do With It."
Turner's streaming revenue surpassed $2 million internationally and $920,000 domestically, with additional income from synchs.
Her first marriage to Ike Turner ended in divorce after years of physical abuse, leaving her with only 36 cents and her stage name.
Turner worked hard to make ends meet, performing cabaret shows, cleaning houses, and appearing on TV shows.
Her farewell tours, including the "Tina!: 50th Anniversary Tour" and the "Twenty Four Seven Tour," earned her millions of dollars.
Turner's life story was adapted into a jukebox musical that performed globally, with Turner and her husband credited as executive producers.