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Tina Turner’s Widower Reportedly Has Plans For A Sweet Tribute By Transforming Their $76 Million Swiss State Into Museum

Tina Turner Transforms $76 Million Swiss State Into Museum

Tina Turner, a real icon, passed away earlier this week on May 24. The legendary Queen of Rock’n’Roll endured several health issues and personal catastrophes during the previous few years. She died aged 83 at her home in Küsnach, near Zurich, Switzerland.

Erwin Bach, Tina Turner’s widower, who dedicated a significant portion of his life to the Proud Mary singer has claimed to carry on their love story now that she is gone. According to reports, he intends to turn the $76 million Swiss Mansion, where she passed away, into a museum honoring her life and professional achievements.

Love Story Of Tina Turner And Erwin Bach

Amidst the enduring legacy of Tina Turner, Erwin stands as a symbol of love, support and an emblem of their unbreakable bond. Tina met Erwin, a record label executive, at EMI, in 1985. The couple fell in love and decided to get married 27 years into the relation. In 2021, the pair made the purchase of a substantial 10-building wave front property with a view of lake Zurich.

Situated in an exclusive neighborhood, the magnificent property in Staefa spans on 260000 square feet and holds a century long history. It has a beautiful pond, a flowing stream, a swimming pool, and a delightful boat deck.

In her hometown of Brownsville, Tennessee, preparations are underway to erect a statue of her. It will stand as a tribute to her legacy and achievements.

Tina Turner’s remarkable success in the music industry makes her a true musical legend. The planned transformation of their state into a museum will create a space where admirers can celebrate her life and indelible impact. Turner’s legacy will continue to captivate and inspire audiences for generations to come.