Aretha Franklin brought down the house at President Barack Obama's first inauguration in 2009. Her performance was as memorable for her hat as it was for her rendition of "America (My Country 'Tis of.. USATODAY.com
In memory of Aretha Franklin's passing, here's a look back at the "Queen of Soul" performing at President Barack Obama's first inauguration ceremony on January 20, 2009. She sang "My Country, 'Tis of..
At the 2015 Kennedy Center Honors, Aretha Franklin's singing brought Barack Obama to tears, says Elle. A clip of the powerful moment went viral with more than 12.7 million views. Obama later told The..
Jim Carrey took a break from his Trump-thumping artistic endeavors on Thursday to accentuate the positive — and to pay tribute to singing legend Aretha Franklin, who died earlier in the day at age.. The Wrap
Since news of Aretha Franklin's death broke on Thursday morning, the internet has been flooded with memories, condolences, and tributes to the Queen of Soul.
Former president Barack Obama — who,.. Mashable
Brian McKeon, former executive secretary for the National Security Council who served under President Barack Obama, told Fox News on Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s decision to revoke the.. CNSNews.com
Watch VideoAretha Franklin was a force — not just because of her legendary voice, but because of her impact on the Civil Rights movement, women's equality and the music industry in general.In 1967,.. Newsy
Aretha Franklin, the preacher's daughter whose powerful voice made her the long-reigning "Queen of Soul" died on Thursday at the age of 76 at her home in Detroit.
Franklin, who won 18 Grammys and.. DNA
Singer-songwriter Aretha Franklin, who died Thursday at the age of 76, had a career spanning more than six decades that took her around the world and, on many occasions, into Washington and the White.. Politico
The first four lines of the first song on her first album for Atlantic Records in 1967 summed up Aretha Franklin in a way nothing else could:
What you want?
Baby I got it.
What you need?
You know.. The Wrap
Aretha Franklin, the preacher's daughter whose powerful voice made her the long-reigning "Queen of Soul" with such hit songs as "Respect" and "Chain of Fools," died on Thursday at the age of 76, the.. DNA
Aretha Franklin, the R&B singer celebrated as the Queen of Soul who rose to fame in the 1960s with hits like “Respect” and “(You Make Me Feel Like a) Natural Woman,” died Thursday in Detroit at.. The Wrap