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Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin (Fred A. Sabine / NBC / NBCU Photo Gallery / Getty Images)
Aretha Franklin (Fred A. Sabine / NBC / NBCU Photo Gallery / Getty Images)

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February 23, 2021 "Like many people on this Earth, I never personally knew Ms. Aretha, but her music touched me deeply, with her soulful voice and fierce personality, she was more than just a singer. She was both a women's and a human rights activist, fighting for things a simple singer or pianist might not even care about. She was so strong but being a gal from the fifties I guess she had to be. That passion filled her life, from the moment she recorded her first gospel album, to all her many accomplishments that inspired millions. The life of Aretha Louise Franklin deeply affected everyone not just musicians or even soul enthusiasts, but the entire world. She might be gone, but the title "Queen of Soul" is a permanent, everlasting title, that can only be filled by Ms. Franklin's wails." - Dean Edolas (Vaughan, ON)
February 16, 2021 "From the very first time I heard you perform, I loved you then and I love you still. Your singing to and with the angels now and you've blessed us here on earth forever with you're angelic voice to remember you by. But we'll all meet with you again, until then - love and rest in peace." - Denise Cook (Frederick, MD)
February 14, 2021 "DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO ARETHA'S FAMILY. SHE WAS MY FAVORITE ARTIST.
GERTRUDE EDWARDS
WEST ORANGE, NEW JERSEY"
November 03, 2020 "Blessings to the family of Ms.Aretha Franklin,May the Lord grant you peace and may the Holy Spirit comfort and keep you! Let the words of Psalm 23 be your guide.She was a great Woman of God!" - Ginger Laureen Hunter (Nassau,Bahamas)
June 16, 2020 "WE LOVE YOU SO MUCH ARETHA! YOUR MUSIC WILL LAST FOREVER, AND MAY YOU REST IN ETERNAL PEACE!" - Cyndi Powell (Camp Springs, MD)
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Aretha Franklin (1942 – 2018) was affectionately called “The Queen of Soul.” Blessed with an incredible voice, she was a giant of soul music....
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