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DIY Network could save Aretha Franklin's girlhood home

The home where the singer-songwriter was born is deteriorating so much that at one point it was going to be torn down.        

For the Record: Paste Quarterly and Aretha Franklin

There's some musical harmony framing the debut issue of Paste Quaterly, which marks an overall return to print for Paste magazine after a six-year hiatus. Bundled with the Spring 2017 issue is a 150-gram colored vinyl sampler album featuring exclusive tracks by Violent Femmes, Lake Street Dive, Shakey Graves, Lucius, Josh Ritter, Joseph, Anderson East,...

Aretha Franklin retiring after releasing Stevie Wonder-produced album ++ more tribute show details

Todd Rundgren, Richard Thompson, Glen Hansard, Taj Mahal & Deva Majal, Bettye LaVette, Antibalas & more playing the tribute show at Carnegie Halll, and there's a live rehearsal show at City Winery the night before. Continue reading…

Aretha Franklin Deserves More Respect

This week, the Queen of Soul, who is turning 75, announced shell be retiring later this year. But what a career its been.

Aretha Franklin calls it quits

The Queen of Soul, 74, says she’ll retire this year to spend more time with her grandchildren. Just one more album to go.

Newswire: Aretha Franklin says she’s retiring

According to Consequence Of Sound, soul icon Aretha Franklin has announced that she’s going to retire from performing live concerts by the end of this year. “This will be my last year,” she told a Detroit radio station, adding, “I will be recording, but this will be my last year in concert. Show More Summary

What Does Patti LaBelle Think About Aretha Franklin’s Retirement?

Much to the chagrin of 53 percent of white women in this country, it’s still Black History Month. And as is always true, unpredictable things in black America always take place in February.Earlier this week, we had one of those moments. The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, announced that she ... More »

Aretha Franklin Announces Her Final Album and Retirement: 'This Is It'

Aretha Franklin, the legendary Queen of Soul, has announced that she's retiring. Continue reading…

Soul Legend to Release One Last Album, Then Retire

One of the most acclaimed soul singers of all time has announced plans to retire — with one final album in the works. Aretha Franklin told Detroit’s WDIV-TV: “I must tell you, I am retiring this year.” Franklin, widely known...

Aretha Franklin says she's retiring: 'I feel very, very enriched and satisfied'

The Queen of Soul is calling it a wrap. Well, sort of. In an interview with the television station WDIV in her hometown of Detroit, Aretha Franklin, 74, said she’ll retire this year after the release of a new album. “I feel very, very enriched and satisfied with respect to where my career came...

Aretha Franklin Announces Retirement

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Aretha Franklin is arguably the greatest soul singer of all time, and she is still capable of doing astonishing things onstage. Her performance at the White House last year, for instance, had some incredible moments. But Franklin is 74 now, and she's had a number of health problems in recent years. So perhaps it's not…

Aretha Franklin to retire after one more album

The Queen of Soul also declared, "This will be my last year in concert. This is it."        

Aretha Franklin Says This Is Her Last Year Making Music

Aretha Franklin cancelled planned performances in 2016 on her doctor’s orders. This week she announced her intention to retire at the end of the year. Read more...

Aretha Franklin: “I Am Retiring This Year”

Aretha Franklin plans to stop performing in concert after recording a new LP this September, according to an interview with Detroit’s WDIV Local 4. “I must tell you, I am retiring this year,” Franklin told the NBC-affiliated TV station. Show More Summary

Aretha Franklin Announces She Will Retire Later This Year

Franklin is recording an album produced by Stevie Wonder for her final release.

Aretha Franklin announces her retirement

"I feel very, very enriched and satisfied with respect to where my career came from, and where it is now."

‘Queen Of Soul’ Aretha Franklin To Retire In 2017: ‘This Will Be My Last Year’

One of the greatest voices in music, the incomparable Aretha Franklin, has announced her plans to retire from performing after a near six-decade long career. While teasing the release of her upcoming 43rd studio album with Click On Detroit,...Show More Summary

Reclaimed Soul Host Ayana Contreras talks with Emily Lordi -- Author of 'Donny Hathaway Live"

'Soul singer/Songwriter Donny Hathaway’s life and untimely death are both shrouded in mystery. Though artists like Stevie Wonder, Amy Winehouse, and Aretha Franklin have called him an influence, there is very little biographical work about him. Show More Summary

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