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Turner participated in the PBS documentary African American Lives 2 with Dr.
As a teen, Bullock worked as a domestic worker for the Henderson family.
I mean, I could do two things: work in a hospital or sing in Ike's band. In 1960, Ike wrote "A Fool in Love" for singer Art Lassiter.
Bullock was to sing background with Lassiter's background vocalists, the Artettes.
That year they left Sue and signed with Kent Records, releasing "I Can't Believe What You Say" which peaked at 95 on the Billboard Hot 100. The Ike & Tina Turner Show peaked at number 8 on the Billboard Hot R&B LP's chart in February 1965.
In 1964, they signed with Loma Records, a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Their singles "Tell Her I'm Not Home" released by Loma and "Good Bye, So Long" released by Modern Records were top 40 R&B hits in 1965.