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African-American Women in Rock: Tina Turner

This is a guide to various resources at the Library and Archives that may be valuable to teachers who need resources relating to African-American women in rock and roll for use in their classrooms.

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Tina Turner in the Catalog

Click here to find all materials relating to Tina Turner in our online catalog.


These research databases can be accessed within the Library and Archives.


This fanzine can be requested in the Library Reading Room.


Below are a few of the books related to Tina Turner that are available for use in the Library Reading Room.


These CDs can be requested in the Library Reading Room.

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Rock Hall Video

Video from the Rock Hall YouTube channel.

Mick Jagger, Tina Turner, and others perform "Honky Tonk Woman" at the 1989 Hall of Fame Inductions.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ron Wood perform with Tina Turner and others on "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" at the 1989 Hall of Fame Inductions.

Behind the Scenes (Artifact Spotlight): Tina Turner's Shoes

All Access: The Story of Rock - Tina Turner

Tina Turner on YouTube

Ike and Tina Turner from Now Let's Go with Ike and Tina Turner and The Ed Sullivan Show.

Ike and Tina Turner on Beat Club performing "Proud Mary"

Ike and Tina Turner on Soul Train

Tina Turner Private Dancer tour, 1985

Biography: Life Story - Tina Turner
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