Back to Articles. Monday 3 May Rock legend Ike Turner is a magnet for trouble Michael Shelden meets him AT the kitchen table in his little house near San Diego, rock legend and wife-beater Ike Turner pauses between mouthfuls of lima beans and fried cornbread and points a fork at me. But she gives people the wrong impression of me.
When my parents went off to Knoxville to work, I lived with my father's mother. She was strict - the kind who starched and ironed dresses. I had to sit more than I played. Oh, I was miserable. I liked being out with the animals. I'd come in the house with my hair pulled out, sash off the dress, dirty as heck.
The assailant of the African-American singer is her husband, Ike Turner. The couple travel in the back of a hired car to their motel. This time something is different. Tina fights back. It was like something came over me.