Tina Turner's former school has been turned into a museum dedicated to the 74-year-old singer. The opening ceremony, which took place on Friday (26th September), was attended by more than 100 people with Turner sending a video message to those in attendance.
The tiny one room school house in Brownsville, West Tennessee where Turner was educated has been turned into a museum dedicated to the career of the prolific singer and her childhood. Turner was born in nearby Nutbush, a town 50 miles northeast of Memphis, in 1939 but attended the Flagg Grove School...
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