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When Aretha Franklin recorded "Respect" in 1967, the song became forever linked with the Queen of Soul. [Read More]
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American DJ and saxophonist Grant Richard Kwiecinski, better known by his stage name GRiZ, hosted Bonnaroo's annual SuperJam along with a number of special guests... [Read More]
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Jerry Wexler, the feisty Atlantic Records executive who coined the term "rhythm and blues" and produced some of the standout recordings by Ray Charles, Aretha... [Read More]
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Songs by 2Pac, Erykah Badu, Bob Marley, Nas, OutKast, Aretha Franklin, and James Brown make the respective lists. [Read More]
When Aretha Franklin recorded "Respect" in 1967, the song became forever linked with the Queen of Soul."R-E-S-P-E-C-T, find out what it means to me.""Respect" was... [Read More]
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When Aretha Franklin recorded "Respect" in 1967, the song became forever linked with the Queen of Soul. [Read More]
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"The Queen of Soul" Aretha Franklin's gospel concert documentary Amazing Grace finally emerges after 46 years. The film features Aretha Franklin recording her 1972 live... [Read More]
Music, Film, TV and Political News Coverage... [Read More]
When a fire broke out at Universal Studios in Los Angeles in June 2008, a lot of Hollywood movie magic was lost. But it turns... [Read More]
New today, more details unveiled for the future of Aretha Franklin's birth home,... [Read More]
Plans for a potential museum and gift shop at Aretha Franklin's birth home in Memphis are moving forward. [Read More]
When a fire broke out at Universal Studios in Los Angeles in June 2008, a lot of Hollywood movie magic was lost. But it turns... [Read More]
When a fire broke out at Universal Studios in Los Angeles in June 2008, a lot of Hollywood movie magic was lost. But it turns... [Read More]
The damage done by the fire was initially downplayed by Universal, though more than 500,000 songs were thought to be lost. [Read More]
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A 2008 fire at Universal Studios Hollywood destroyed master tapes of recordings by John Coltrane, Aretha Franklin, Nirvana, and Nine Inch Nails, among other... [Read More]
When Aretha Franklin recorded "Respect" in 1967, the song became forever linked with the Queen of Soul. [Read More]
"Eye of an Era" at Snap! Space in Orlando showcases photographer Chuck Stewart's portraits of John Coltrane, Duke Ellington, Aretha Franklin, Led Zeppelin and more. [Read More]
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