Recognized as one of rock and roll's pioneering artists, Ike Wister Turner served as an arranger, artist and talent scout for some of the most influential record labels of the '50s and 60's. The Mississippi native is also the founder of the groundbreaking band the Kings of Rhythm, but is best known for his work with ex-wife Tina Turner during the '60s and '70s. Together, Ike and Tina Turner recorded hits like "Proud Mary," "River Deep, Mountain High" and "A Fool in Love." Tina Turner's biography, I, Tina, as well as the biopic on her life, What's Love Got to Do With It?, depicted Ike as a controlling drug-addicted abuser. However, despite the criticism, his addiction and legal issues, the Grammy-winning Rock and Roll Hall of Famer continued to perform and record until his death in December 2007.