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Following her divorce from Ike Turner in the ‘70s, a broke Tina Turner set about trying to establish herself as a solo act with a cabaret act that no one was interested in. Finally, David Bowie helped her land a singles deal with Capitol Records. The result was 1984’s “Private Dancer,” which included the massive worldwide hits “What’s Love Got To Do With It” and “Better Be Good To Me,” setting Turner on a 10-year run of hits and sold-out concert tours, not to mention an induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
— Melinda Newman