celebritiesErwin Bach, the 67-year-old widower of singer Tina Turner, was considering turning his villa in the Swiss town of Küsnacht into a museum. This is what the newspaper “Blick” suggests on its website. At the home, where the singer passed away last week, memorabilia from the music icon can be displayed.
By the way, it wouldn’t be Tina Turner’s first museum. In her hometown of Brownsville in the US state of Tennessee, the singer’s old school has already been converted into a museum. All kinds of things from her life can also be seen here. The singer herself helped put together this collection.
Turner’s hometown announced two days ago that it wanted to honor the late music legend with a statue. Mayor Bill Rawls said, “When Tina took the stage, she ruled. We want this picture to represent that passion. Tina has been an inspiration to the whole world… She showed the people of Brownsville that you can live your own life. It’s in your own hands, wherever you start.”
Turner died at the age of 83 after a long illness. The singer is considered one of the greatest music icons of the 20th century.
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