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Aretha Franklin, the “Queen of Soul” whose booming voice helped define a music genre and provided an inspirational soundtrack for Civil Rights-era struggles, has died.
Singer Aretha Franklin, the iconic "Queen of Soul" who voiced classics such as "Respect," "Think" and "Chain of Fools," has died at 76
Reaction to the death of soul icon Aretha Franklin, including Diana Ross, Clive Davis, Barbra Streisand, Elton John, Quincy Jones, Smokey Robinson and Lionel Richie
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The "Queen of Soul" who sang songs of both faith and passion was a living manifestation of pride, but there was always something unknowable in Aretha Franklin, says VH1's Bill Flanagan, who reviews the career of the greatest popular singer of the rock era, who died this week at age 76.
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Singer Aretha Franklin, the "Queen of Soul," died on August 16, 2018 at age 76. In this profile originally broadcast on "Sunday Morning" on May 8, 2011, Franklin talked with correspondent Anthony Mason about her astonishing career, and a wealth of gospel, R&B, jazz and rock classics.
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"Queer Eye" star Johnathan Van Ness was forced to defend himself against fans who were upset with the hair guru's message of trying to bridge the gap between Democrats and Republicans in today's polarized political climate.
As news of legendary singer Aretha Franklin’s death spread Thursday, celebrities took to social media to pay tribute to the "Queen of Soul" who they described as “the embodiment of a soul blessed with a special gift.”
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Aretha Franklin brought former President Barack Obama to tears with her rendition of Carole King's "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" at the 2015 Kennedy Center Honors.
Celebrities are reacting to the death of Aretha Franklin. The "Queen of Soul," whose impassioned, riveting voice made her a titan of American music, died Thursday from pancreatic cancer at age 76. Here's what stars are saying about the late legend.
Aretha Franklin, whose impassioned, riveting voice made her a titan of American music, died of pancreatic cancer on Thursday, her niece Sabrina Owens confirmed. She was 76.
From 'Blues Brothers' to Obama's inauguration to the Pavarotti-less Grammys, Aretha Frankin had a knack for big pop-culture moments.
In the tape played on MSNBC, Trump’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, offers Manigault Newman a job earning $15,000 a month. The job wouldn’t require her to report to any particular office, but enable her to speak positively on Trump’s behalf as part of his re-election campaign.
Aretha Franklin didn't set out to be a feminist hero, but signature tunes such as 'Respect' and 'Natural Woman' gave voice to females everywhere.