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Tina Turner Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Tina Turner Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
Tina Turner Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Tina Turner Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame: Tina Turner was admitted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist at the 2021 induction ceremony, which took place this week. During tonight’s event, Angela Bassett introduced Turner, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame with Ike Turner in 1991.

H.E.R. and Keith Urban also sang Turner’s duet with Bryan Adams, “It’s Only Love,” while country musician Mickey Guyton covered her legendary tune “What’s Love Got to Do With It.” Christina Aguilera covered Turner’s song “River Deep, Mountain High,” which she wrote with Bryan Adams. Take a look at the performances—as well as Bassett’s introduction—below.

Tina Turner Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
Tina Turner Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

The Foo Fighters, Carole King, Jay-Z, Todd Rundgren, and the Go-were Go are among the artists inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2021. The Early Influence Award went to Kraftwerk, Gil-Scott Heron, and Charley Patton, while the Musical Excellence Award went to Randy Rhoads, Billy Preston, and LL Cool J. The Early Influence Award went to Kraftwerk, Gil-Scott Heron, and Charley Patton.

Earlier this month, Cleveland had the raucous 30 Rock treatment as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony was broadcast live on HBO. The event, which took place in person, is now finally accessible to the general public.

Tina Turner, Carole King, the Go- Go’s, Jay-Z, Foo Fighters, and Todd Rundgren were among those honored as performers; Kraftwerk, Charley Patton, and Gil Scott-Heron were among those honored as early influences; LL Cool J, Billy Preston, and Randy Rhoads were among those honored for general musical excellence; and Clarence Avant was honored with the Ahmet Ertegun Award for his innovative approach to music. (Phew. Now go over the list one more time. Also, would you be interested in petting a genuine police dog?)

Tina Turner Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
Tina Turner Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

It was a thrill for everybody involved to be back in a real stadium rather than, well, a small-screen box as a result of the epidemic, and no one seemed to mind staying up until 1 a.m. to see it all, which is a testament to how well the event went. Vulture was on the ground for the whole event, and we’ve compiled a list of our favorite highs, lows, and whoas from our observations.

During the ceremony, Angela Bassett presented Turner with the honor of being inducted into the Hall of Fame, and a variety of musicians performed musical performances in tribute to Turner.

‘It’s Only Love’ was sung by H.E.R. and Keith Urban, ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’ was performed by country artist Mickey Guyton, and ‘River Deep, Mountain High’ was performed by Christina Aguilera.

Tina Turner Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

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