Jessie J! You know, the one who opened Grease: Live only to disappear for the rest of the show. She sings that song “Price Tag.” You’ve heard of Jessie J. Read more...
Miami's Jazz In the Gardens Music Festival is set to host performances by Aretha Franklin, Janelle Monae and Usher at the Sun Life Stadium. Continue reading…
Aretha Franklin is in the pie business now, thanks to Patti LaBelle successfully launching her own sweet potato pies at walmart. Franklin will be launching her own food product line. It looks like there may be a war slowly cooking between these two, since “Ms. Show More Summary
Aretha Franklin announced that she is releasing a food line, and shaded her friend Patti LaBelle in the announcement.
Hold onto your wig, Patti LaBelle: Aretha Franklin is coming for your food empire. Click on Detroit reports that the Queen of Soul is working with a Phoenix-based food company to start her own line of products, the news of which will certainly do nothing towards putting their longstanding and hilarious beef to rest. …
The delicious, longstanding beef between Aretha Franklin and Patti LaBelle, continues: the Queen of Soul has announced plans to ready her own soul food line to compete with Ms. Patti’s pies. Read more...
It appears Aretha Franklin wants a piece of Patti LaBelle’s sweet potato pie success. Well, sort of. During an interview with Detroit’s WDIV Local 4 news on Wednesday, Franklin was asked by a correspondent if she tried LaBelle’s popular Wal-Mart sweet potato pie. Show More Summary
May the best pie win. The "respect" joke writes itself here, but Aretha Franklin is apparently launching her own line of desserts and packaged foods to presumably get a piece of frenemy Patti LaBelle's burgeoning boxed-pie empire. The...Show More Summary
Aretha Franklin is seeing Patti LaBelle‘s Sweet Potato Pie and raising her a jar of Chili and a package of baked chicken. “Ms. Patti’s gonna have to move that pie to the side!” Franklin told Detroit’s Channel 4 this week when she announced she coming in the beginning stages of releasing her own line of grocery items. Related: This Guy’s Stunning Review [...]
Aretha Franklin, living legend and Detroit resident, announced that she will be donating “50 hotel rooms nightly” to Flint residents affected by the city’s ongoing water crisis. In a interview with Tamron Hall Thursday afternoon, Franklin...Show More Summary
The Queen of Soul’s got a big voice -- and a big heart, too. As residents of Flint, Michigan continue to grapple with the toxic water crisis, Aretha Franklin has stepped forward with a generous offer of assistance. According to WDIV-TV,...Show More Summary
The Queen of Soul is doing her part to help residents in Flint, M.I., during the city's water crisis. Aretha Franklin plans on donating rooms at the Holiday Inn in Southfield for 25-50 people, according to Click On Detroit.
What is JD talking about now? Jermaine shares the best piece of advice he received from Aretha Franklin. Now, the award-winning producer says he works “like a gynecologist.”
Rebecca Jade is a neo-soul/R&B singer from San Diego. Her new album, due to drop soon from Pacific Records, is called A Shade of Jade. Rebecca's voice conveys a touch of Etta James, a dash of Nina Simone and hints of Aretha Franklin....Show More Summary
The powerful witness of befriending the competition. Last month, legendary singer-songwriter Carole King was recognized at the annual Kennedy Center Honors. In tribute, Aretha Franklin sang “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,”Show More Summary
Aretha Franklin is rightly revered as one of the great singers of all time – the single greatest, according to Rolling Stone's official rankings – but sometimes that overshadows her other talents, including her songwriting and her piano playing. On the night of March 6th, 1971, in the middle of a three-show...
On December 6, President Obama had to wipe away a tear as Aretha Franklin sang "Natural Woman" at a Carole King tribute at The Kennedy Center. Then less than a month later on January 5, President Obama couldn't stop the tears during a speech when he mentioned previous shootings as motivating his new executive directives on gun violence. Show More Summary
Before I saw the Aretha Franklin performance of “A Natural Woman” at the Kennedy Center Honors, I didn’t even think I was a particular fan of that song, but it was like her voice was a fist that reached into my chest and pulled the emotion out of me, whether I wanted it to or […]
By now, I'm sure you've seen the viral video of the Queen of Soul singing for the Obamas and songwriter Carole King at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.? The Internet received a late Christmas gift when a video of singer ArethaShow More Summary
Natalie Cole, a great singer and nine-time Grammy award winner, passed away on New Year’s eve at the age of 65. On New Year’s night,the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin paid tribute to Cole by singing and playing “Inseparable,” one of the late singer’s hits from the 1970s. Show More Summary