Tina Turner: How The Best became rugby league's anthem | ABC News

Tina Turner, the American-born rock, soul and blues singer, had deep connections with Australia.
Born Anna Mae Bullock in Nutbush, Tennessee in 1939, Turner has died. Australians are amongst those deeply mourning her loss.
John Quayle was head of the NRL during its ‘Simply the Best’ campaign, widely considered one of the League’s most successful.
He was instrumental in gettnig Tina Turner involved.
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