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1939 Born Anna Mae Bullock on Nov. 26 in Nutbush, Tenn. (hence the song "Nutbush City Limits"). After moving to St. Louis to be with her sister, Bullock starts frequenting clubs. She meets Ike Turner.
1962 Ike changes her name to Tina Turner and modifies his band name to the Ike and Tina Revue. They marry.

1971 Ike and Tina Turner release their biggest album, "Workin' Together" (Liberty). The pair's greatest success is a cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Proud Mary" - the song wins them a Grammy.

1975 Tina Turner releases "The Acid Queen," to coincide with her appearance as ... the Acid Queen in the movie version of The Who's rock opera "Tommy." By this time, her marriage to Ike is in a spiral, due to his controlling behavior, drug use and physical abuse.

1976 She leaves Ike in July. The two divorce in 1978.

1984 Turner releases the album "Private Dancer," one of the biggest comebacks in pop history. She wins four Grammy Awards for her efforts.

1985 Four words: "Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome." She portrays Aunty Entity and sings on the soundtrack.

1991 Ike and Tina Turner are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

1993 "What's Love Got to Do With It," the movie based on Turner's memoir, "I, Tina," is released. It stars Angela Bassett.

2000 After touring for her "Twenty Four Seven" album, Turner announces her retirement.

2007 Ike Turner dies on Dec. 12 after a long battle with emphysema. Tina Turner's rep says, "Tina hasn't had any contact with Ike in more than 30 years. No further comment will


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