A career-spanning box set honoring the 50 year mark since the late, great Tina Turner got her start, will be out later this year.
Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll will include all 55 of Turner’s singles on five LPs or three CDs, spanning from 1975-2023.
Bryan Adams, Turner’s longtime friend and collaborator, wrote a foreword that accompanies each set, adding a nice personal touch:
“From obscurity to the stages of the UK and Europe, I credit Tina for changing the course of my life and I’m so grateful to have had some of her precious time. She was a force of nature, no one had her energy or her voice, I suppose it’s fitting to say, it’s only love, and that’s all.”
The first single, a new version of Turner’s 1996 song “Something Beautiful Remains.” was released this week. Titled “Something Beautiful”, produced by Terry Britten, a long time collaborator of Turner.
Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll will be out Nov. 24th.
Tina Turner died in May at the age of 83 from an undisclosed illness.
Are you happy to see her friends and family honoring her this way?