Awards

Here is a list of all the Awards that Tina Turner received.

Grammy Awards

 

Tina Turner is also represented in the Grammy Hall of Fame with two of her singles inducted including "River Deep - Mountain High" (1999) and "Proud Mary" (2003).

American Music Awards
Tina Turner MTV Music Award

1985 - Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist
1985 - Favorite Soul/R&B Female Video Artist
1986 - Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist

Billboard Music Awards

1984 - Comeback of the Year
1984 - Artist of the Year
1984 - Female Vocalist of the Year
1984 - Soul/R&B Artist of the Year
1984 - Album of the Year
1984 - Song of the Year
1986 - Singer of the Year

Kennedy Center Honors

2005 - Honoree

Hollywood Walk of Fame

1986 - Recipient
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
1991 - Inducted to the Hall alongside former husband Ike Turner

World Music Awards

1991 - Outstanding Contribution to Music
1993 - The Legend AwardTina Turner

NAACP Image Awards

1986- Outstanding Female Actress

MTV Video Music Awards

1985 - Best Female Video of the Year "What's Love Got to Do With It"
1985 - Best group Video - "We are the World"
1986 - Best Stage Performance Video - "It's Only Love" with Bryan Adams

Other Awards

1985 - Cable ACE Award, Tina Turner- Private Dancer
1987 - Berolina Award
1991 - St. Louis Walk of Fame Inductee
1996 - Légion d'honneur or Chevalier of Arts and Letters Award
1999 - MOBO Awards Lifetime Achievement Award winner
1999 - Ranked the number-two greatest female artist on VH-1's 100 Greatest Women in Rock & Roll list
1999 - Tribute Award - Premios Amigo - Spain
2000 - NRJ Music Award - France
2004 - Ranked number sixty-one on the list of Rolling Stone's Immortals list
2005 - Woman of the Year
2005 - Named as one of Oprah Winfrey's 25 Legendary Black Women
2007 - Ranked number 19 by BET in the World's Top 25 Dancers of All TimeTina turner - Swiss Award
2010 - SwissAward 2009 in "Show" Category
Billboard Hot 100 Chart Achievement Award

As list:

1972 - Grammy Award for “Proud Mary?- Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal - USA
1984 - Billboard Music Awards - Comeback of the Year - USA
1984 - Billboard Music Awards - Artist of the Year - USA
1984 - Billboard Music Awards - Female Vocalist of the Year - USA
1984 - Billboard Music Awards - Soul/R&B Artist of the Year - USA
1984 - Billboard Music Awards - Album of the Year - Private Dancer - USA
1984 - Billboard Music Awards - Song of the Year - What's Love Got to Do With it - USA
1985 - Grammy Award for “What’s love got to do with it? - Record of the Year - USA
1985 - Grammy Award for “What’s love got to do with it? - Best Female Pop Vocal Performance - USA
1985 - Grammy Award for “Better be good to me? - Best Female Rock Vocal Performance - USA
1985 - American Music Awards - Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist - USA
1985 - American Music Awards - Favorite Soul/R&B Female Video Artist - USA
1985 - MTV Video Music Awards - Best Female Video of the Year - What's Love Got to Do With It - USA
1985 - MTV Video Music Awards - Best group Video - We are the World - USA
1985 - Cable ACE AWARD, Tina Turner- Private Dancer - USA
1986 - Grammy Award for “One of the living? - Best Female Rock Vocal Performance - USA
1986 - MTV Video Music Awards - Best Stage Performance Video - It's Only Love" with Bryan Adams - USA
1986 - American Music Awards - Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist - USA
1986 - Billboard Music Awards - Singer of the Year - USA
1986 - NAACP Image Awards - Outstanding Female Actress - USA
1986 - Hollywood Walk of Fame - Recipient - USA
1987 - Grammy Award for “Back where you started? - Best Female Rock Vocal Performance - USA
1987 - Berolina Award for the biggest influence in music - Germany
1989 - Grammy Award for “Live in Europe? - Best Female Rock Vocal Performance - USA
1991 - Rock & Roll Hall of Fame - Inducted to the Hall alongside former husband Ike Turner - USA
1991 - St. Louis Walk of Fame - InducteeTina Turner - USA
1991 - World Music Awards - Outstanding Contribution to Music - Monaco
1992 – Goldene Kamera Award – for “Way of the world? as Video hit of the year - Germany
1995 - World Music Awards - The Legend Award - Monaco
1996 - Légion d'honneur or Chevalier of Arts and Letters Award - France
1999 - MOBO Awards - Lifetime Achievement Award winner - UK
1999 - Ranked the number-two greatest female artist on VH-1's 100 - Greatest Women in Rock & Roll list - USA
1999 - Tribute Award - Premios Amigo - Spain
2000 - NRJ Music Award - France
2004 - Ranked number sixty-one on the list of Rolling Stone's Immortals list - USA
2005 - Goldene Kamera Award for Pop International - Germany
2005 - Woman of the Year Award - UK
2005 - Named as one of Oprah Winfrey's 25 Legendary Black Women - USA
2005 - Kennedy Center Honors – Honoree - USA
2007 - Ranked number 19 by BET in the World's Top 25 Dancers of All Time - USA
2008 - Grammy Award for "River- The Joni Letters (Herbie Hancock Album)" - Album of the Year, as featured artist - USA
2008 - Grammy Award for "River- The Joni Letters (Herbie Hancock Album)" – Best Contemporary Jazz Album, as featured artist - USA
2010 - Swiss Award 2009 in Category "Show" - Switzerland
2012 – Be the change Award – for the Beyond Team – Switzerland
2014 - TARA Award – for the Beyond Team - Bangkok – Thailand
2015 - Museum Award - Flagg Grove School/ Tina Turner Museum - USA (9 Awards)
Award of Excellence – Past President’s Award
Award of Excellence – Special Recognition Tina Turner
Award of Excellence – Permanent Exhibition Tina Turner Museum at Flagg Grove School
Award of Excellence – Special Event “Grand Opening of Tina Turner Museum at Flagg Grove School?
Award of Excellence – Volunteerism Sandra and Fred Silverstein
Award of Excellence – Special Recognition Ann and Pat Mann
Award of Excellence – Publication: Book/Catalog Life Perspectives 7 Award Winning West TN Artists
Award of Commendation – Superlative Achievement for Publications: PR Kit PLA Media-Tina Turner Museum at Flagg Grove School
Award of Commendation – Publications: Flat Paper The Art of Farming brochure
Billboard Hot 100 Chart Achievement Award - USA

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    Tina Turner

    Sometimes you've got to let everything go -- purge yourself. If you are unhappy with anything . . . whatever is bringing you down, get rid of it. Because you'll find that when you're free, your true creativity, your true self comes out.

    I never said "Well, I don't have this and I don't have that." I said, I don't have this yet, but I'm going to get it.

    I will never give in to old age until I become old. And I'm not old yet!

    I didn't have anybody, really, no foundation in life, so I had to make my own way. Always, from the start. I had to go out in the world and become strong, to discover my mission in life.