Kelly Price, Erica Campbell and Regina Belle Pay Tribute To Aretha Franklin At The Stellars On Easter Sunday
The powerhouse vocalists came together to honor the Queen of Soul's gospel roots.
Franklin, who passed away back in August, was given the award for her incredible contributions to art and culture.
"Respect" will take a look at Franklin’s journey from a young church choir standout to a respected international superstar.
Fantasia, Andra Day and Yolanda Adams will work together to celebrate Franklin’s life and career onstage.
The Queen of Soul left a heap of tax debt, according to a new report.
CBS will produce “Aretha! A Grammy Celebration for the Queen of Soul” in January 2019.
Recorded and filmed in 1972, the doc features Franklin's incredible performances at New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles.
Detroit might be bringing Aretha Franklin’s “Freeway of Love” to life. According to the Detroit Free Press, State Representative Fred Durhal III has presented a plan to rename a section […]
The Queen of Soul has left the stage, but her legend lives on in the soaring music that spoke to our trials, our triumphs and our joy.
The four-month exhibit will explore the life and career of the late Queen of Soul.
We live in a world where a woman who fought alongside Dr. King and the man who voted against making his birthday a national holiday both end up on the right side of history.
The Queen of Soul turned to her friend Judge Greg Mathis to continue the fight to get clean water to the Michigan city.
Back in the day, church was a day-long affair, which is why the Queen's homegoing felt so familiar.
Rev. Jasper Williams Jr. of the Salem Bible Church in Atlanta has been criticized for barely speaking about the Queen of Soul during her eulogy.
Rev. Jasper Williams Jr. of the Salem Bible Church in Atlanta used the eulogy to call out a Black America that "has lost its soul.”
"It would never be my intention to touch any woman's breast," he said.
Harris delivered a soaring performance of "Great Is Thy Faithfulness" at Aretha Franklin's funeral on Friday that was unforgettable.
"We had the same disease," Knight said.