Rupert Hine in a recording studio in 1973. Although he performed under his own name, he was best known as a hit-making producer. “I never wanted to be a rock star,” he said. Image Credit: Fin Costello/Redferns, via Getty Images. Mr. Hine with Tina Turner in his studio in Buckinghamshire, England. He produced Ms. Turner’s Grammy-winning hit “Better Be Good to Me. Image Credit: via Fay Morgan Hine.