The Grammys did it right.
The New York City subway is paying homage to the Queen of Soul.
Family, friends and the many admirers of Aretha Franklin packed Detroit's Greater Grace Temple on Friday to celebrate the life, legacy and music of the "Queen of Soul."
President Bill Clinton paid tribute to the "Queen of Soul" Friday, remembering singer Aretha Franklin as a woman with courage, faith and a "breathtaking talent."
New Bethel Baptist Church gave Aretha Franklin her start and on Thursday, she returned there.
She was the "Queen of Soul." He was "The Black Prince."
Sabrina Owens started to consider how to bid her beloved aunt Aretha Franklin farewell before the world even knew the legendary singer was ill.
Vince Paul had known Aretha Franklin for years when he snagged her to be the headliner for his inaugural Detroit Music Weekend in June 2017.
A one-of-a-kind voice in the musical world is being remembered as a person who's left an unfillable void in the music industry.
Aretha Franklin, whose gospel-rooted singing and bluesy yet expansive delivery earned her the title "the Queen of Soul," has died, a family statement said Thursday. She was 76.
President Donald Trump and other politicians were among the many mourning the loss of legendary singer Aretha Franklin Thursday and paying tribute to the storied legacy of the "Queen of Soul".
Nobody would call Aretha Franklin a central figure of the civil rights movement. And she was not an overt feminist.
Aretha Franklin is in hospice care at her home, a source close to the 76-year-old singer told CNN's Don Lemon.
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