CINCINNATI (WKRC) — More information has been released on the death of singing legend and musical icon Tina Turner.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame star died Wednesday at her home near Zurich, Switzerland after a long illness, NBC reports.
Her death was attributed to natural causes; she was 83 years old.
In recent years, she lived a quiet life away from the public eye, dealing with multiple health issues, including a stroke in 2013, intestinal cancer in 2016 and a kidney transplant in 2017.
Born in Nutbush, Tennessee, she began her career singing in the Nutbush Spring Hill Baptist Church choir.
Her natural talents and charismatic personality took her to the heights of rock stardom, selling over 150 million albums worldwide and winning 11 Grammys.