Motown-themed travesties aside, this year’s Grammy Awards made an effort to celebrate the culture at the podium and on the stage—and Black performers rose to the occasion each and every time.
Fantasia, Andra Day and Yolanda Adams will work together to celebrate Franklin’s life and career onstage.
Jennifer Hudson, Stevie Wonder, Yolanda, Adams, and Jennifer Holliday are set to perform at Aretha Franklin’s funeral service, according to CNN. Franklin passed away last week after battling pancreatic cancer. […]
On the second night of the live recording of Aretha Franklin’s 1972 gospel double album Amazing Grace in a Los Angeles Church, her father, Rev. C. L. Franklin, made an […]
This will be the first time the gospel giant will perform in Durban.