[113] Both children took her family name. Franklin preached and partied at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit. [115] Her third child, Ted White Jr., was born to Franklin and her then-husband Theodore "Ted" White in February 1964[116] and is known professionally as Teddy Richards. The album sold well over a million copies thanks to the hits "Freeway of Love", the title track, and "Another Night". [67][68] Franklin's first Arista album, Aretha (1980), featured the number-three R&B hit "United Together" and her Grammy-nominated cover of Redding's "I Can't Turn You Loose". Bek… [192], Franklin received honorary degrees from Harvard University and New York University in 2014,[193] as well as honorary doctorates in music from Princeton University, 2012;[194] Yale University, 2010;[195] Brown University, 2009;[196] University of Pennsylvania, 2007;[197] Berklee College of Music, 2006;[198] New England Conservatory of Music, 1997;[199] and University of Michigan, 1987. Following an incident in 1984, she cited a fear of flying that prevented her from traveling overseas; she performed only in North America afterwards. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazing_Grace_(Aretha_Franklin_album) [184] That same year she was ranked 19th among the Billboard Hot 100 All-Time top artists.[185][186]. [200] She was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters by Case Western Reserve University 2011[201] and Wayne State University in 1990 and an honorary Doctor of Law degree by Bethune–Cookman University in 1975. Franklin's final top 40 single was 1998's "A Rose Is Still a Rose". [59] After being cleared of wrongdoing, Jones subsequently enjoyed a brief career of her own, during which she was herself the subject of an impersonation. [21], Aretha's father's emotionally driven sermons resulted in his being known as the man with the "million-dollar voice". [154] Franklin died at her home on August 16, 2018, aged 76,[155] without a will. Her first husband was Ted White, whom she married in 1961 at the age of 19. Wayne State University Press, Detroit 2019. [91] Franklin released the album A Brand New Me in November 2017 with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, which uses archived recordings from Franklin. A Grammy Celebration for the Queen of Soul, "Jennifer Hudson to play Aretha Franklin in Biopic: 'U Have No Idea How Humbled I Am, "Jennifer Hudson Shines as Aretha Franklin in 'Respect' Trailer (Watch)", "Respect trailer released – Aretha Franklin Biopic in UK cinemas 22 Jan 2021", "National Geographic Taps Suzan-Lori Parks as Executive Producer and Showrunner for 'Genius: Aretha Franklin, "Here Are Hundreds More Artists Whose Tapes Were Destroyed in the UMG Fire", "Queen of Soul's Father Rev. [103], On August 13, 2018, Franklin was reported to be gravely ill at her home in Riverfront Towers, Detroit. In 1968, she issued the top-selling albums Lady Soul and Aretha Now, which included some of her most popular hit singles, including "Chain of Fools", "Ain't No Way", "Think" and "I Say a Little Prayer". 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Bekannte Musiker und Sänger wie Mahalia Jackson, Sam Cooke, Clara Ward und die Ward Sisters erschienen zu den Gottesdiensten. [81] On September 29, 2014, Franklin performed to a standing ovation, with Cissy Houston as backup, a compilation of Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" on the Late Show with David Letterman. Franklin's follow-up albums for Atlantic, including Sweet Passion (1977), Almighty Fire (1978) and La Diva (1979), bombed on the charts,[citation needed] and in 1979 Franklin left the company. [24][25] Ward was romantically involved with Aretha's father from around 1949 to Ward's death in 1973, though Aretha "preferred to view them strictly as friends". She also was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005 and into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 2012. She was praised for her arrangements and interpretations of other artists' hit songs. [92] It peaked at number five on the Billboard Top Classical Albums chart before her death and rose to number two after her death. Franklin scored two more top-ten singles in 1967, including "Baby I Love You" and "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman". The same year, Franklin performed "America the Beautiful" at WWE's Wrestlemania III, the company's third annual "entertainment spectacular", in her home state of Michigan. [182] Franklin was the first individual woman to receive a Pulitzer Prize Special Citation. In ihren Arista-Jahren nahm sie viele Duette auf, unter anderem I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me) mit George Michael, Sisters Are Doin’ It for Themselves mit den Eurythmics, Gimme Your Love mit James Brown und Through the Storm mit Elton John. While Franklin's career did not immediately flourish, she found acclaim and commercial success after signing with Atlantic Recordsin … A small boy was so touched by her performance that he came onto the stage and embraced her while Franklin was still singing. Franklin was signed as a "five-percent artist". [176] The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences awarded her a Grammy Legend Award in 1991, then the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1994. I've been locked up (for disturbing the peace in Detroit) and I know you got to disturb the peace when you can't get no peace. Ende der 1960er-Jahre wurde sie zu einer der Ikonen der schwarzen Musik und erhielt ihren Beinamen „Queen of Soul“. Im Jahr 1986 erschien Jumpin’ Jack Flash, mit Keith Richards zusammen eingespielt, auf dem Album Aretha. [2] Franklin began her career as a child singing gospel at New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan, where her father C. L. Franklin was a minister. [98], According to Richie Unterberger, Franklin was "one of the giants of soul music, and indeed of American pop as a whole. [7][19] Den Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance erhielt sie elfmal. Franklin achieved a gold record—for the first time in seven years—with the 1982 album Jump to It. Following Franklin's divorce from Ted White, her brother Cecil became her manager, and maintained that position until his death from lung cancer on December 26, 1989. Franklin began her career as a child singing gospel at New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan, where her father C. L. Franklin was a minister. 2015 trat Franklin im Werbespot der Kreditkarte American Express auf, in dem sie aus ihrem Leben erzählte. Martin Luther King Jr., Jackie Wilson and Sam Cooke all became friends of C. L. Franklin, as well. 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[citation needed] After Jerry Wexler left Atlantic for Warner Bros. Records in 1976, Franklin worked on the soundtrack to the film Sparkle with Curtis Mayfield. [90] Describing Franklin's voice as that of a youngster on her first album, Songs of Faith, released in 1956 when she was just 14, Jerry Wexler explained that it "was not that of a child but rather of an ecstatic hierophant". [85][86][87][88] During the bridge of the song, Franklin dropped her fur coat to the stage, for which the audience rewarded her with a mid-performance standing ovation. [16] After the separation, Aretha recalled seeing her mother in Buffalo during the summer, and Barbara Franklin frequently visited her children in Detroit. [146] She canceled an appearance at a Major League Baseball luncheon in Chicago honoring her commitment to civil rights on August 24[147] and also a performance on September 21 in Atlanta, Georgia. Franklin also had an acclaimed guest role as a soul food restaurant proprietor and wife of Matt "Guitar" Murphy in the 1980 comedy musical The Blues Brothers. Im Alter von 18 Jahren begann sie, neben Gospel auch Popmusik aufzunehmen. Jasper Williams Jr. of Salem Baptist Church in Atlanta, as he had eulogized her father as well as speaking at other family memorials. Founded in 1932, the church was led by the Reverend C. L. Franklin from 1946 until 1979 and was at the center of the Civil Rights Movement in Detroit. Franklin, Pastor. Since 1982, Rev. She had initially been asked to come and perform in honor of the 1980 The Blues Brothers film in which she appeared with Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi. August 2018 in Detroit, Michigan[1]) war eine US-amerikanische Soul-Sängerin, Songwriterin und Pianistin. [191] In 2018, Franklin was inducted in to the Memphis Music Hall of Fame. Musicians and professionals alike such as Elton John, Keith Richards, Carole King, and Clive Davis were fans of her piano performances.[102]. [30] He also helped her sign her first recording deal with J.V.B. Die LP blieb zwar ohne Erfolg, eröffnete ihr aber eine neue Karriere als Clubsängerin. Linda Solomon: The Queen Next Door: Aretha Franklin, an Intimate Portrait. Die Zeit bezeichnete den Song als „Manifest des schwarzen Befreiungskampfes“. Alles über ★ Aretha Franklin ★ - aktuelle News alle Bilder mit großem Steckbrief (Alter, Größe) das große Star-Profil von Aretha Franklin - jetzt informieren und mitreden! November 2018 auf dem Dokumentarfilmfestival DOC NYC in New York City uraufgeführt.[18]. [citation needed], While Franklin canceled some concerts in 2017 due to health reasons, and during an outdoor Detroit show, she asked the audience to "keep me in your prayers", she was still garnering highly favorable reviews for her skill and showmanship. "[171][172], Following a telecast procession up Seven Mile Road, Franklin was interred at Woodlawn Cemetery in Detroit. With her parents divorcing during her formative years and her mother dying when she was just 10, Aretha … In 1985, inspired by a desire to have a "younger sound" in her music, Who's Zoomin' Who? She asked to hear Pavarotti's rehearsal recording, and after listening, agreed that she could sing it in the tenor range that the orchestra was prepared to play in. [149] Franklin later returned to live performing, including a 2013 Christmas concert at Detroit's MotorCity Casino Hotel. [60] She returned to Gospel music in a two-night, live-church recording, with the album Amazing Grace, in which she reinterpreted standards such as Mahalia Jackson's "How I Got Over". Franklin is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, having sold more than 75 million records worldwide. März 1942 in Memphis, Tennessee geboren. Franklin bekam ihren ersten Sohn Clarence 1955 im Alter von zwölf Jahren, den zweiten Sohn Edward 1957 mit vierzehn Jahren. In 2020, she was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame. [34] The show's producers were desperate to fill the time slot, and approached Franklin with their dilemma. [93][94][95] At the Ravinia Festival on September 3, 2017, she gave her last full concert. [212], On January 29, 2018, Gary Graff confirmed that Jennifer Hudson will play Franklin in an upcoming biopic. [64], In 1980, after leaving Atlantic Records,[65] Franklin signed with Clive Davis's Arista Records[66] and that same year gave a command performance at London's Royal Albert Hall in front of Queen Elizabeth. Suspicion was drawn when the fake Franklin charged only a fraction of the expected rate to perform. She returned to the charts in 1993 with the dance song "A Deeper Love" and returned to the top 40 with the song "Willing to Forgive" in 1994. [8] 1999 erschien ihre Autobiografie From These Roots. During that period, Franklin provided vocals to the theme songs of the TV shows A Different World and Together. Notably, she recorded these gospel songs at New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit, where her father, C. L. Franklin, was the longtime pastor. Er war der Vater der „Queen of Soul“ Aretha Franklin. Franklin continued having R&B success with songs such as "Until You Come Back to Me" and "I'm in Love", but by 1975 her albums and songs were no longer top sellers. [75] To complete her Arista obligations, Franklin issued the duets compilation album Jewels in the Crown: All-Star Duets with the Queen in 2007. Aretha became the Queen of Soul, the genre's finest interpreter since Ray Charles. At the age of 18, she embarked on a secular-music career as a recording artist for Columbia Records. [39][51] The song was released the following month and reached number one on the R&B chart, while also peaking at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100, giving Franklin her first top-ten pop single. [35] In 1958, Franklin and her father traveled to California, where she met singer Sam Cooke. [15] At that time, Barbara Franklin returned to Buffalo with Aretha's half-brother, Vaughn. The song's b-side, "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man", reached the R&B top 40, peaking at number 37. Franklin continued to record acclaimed albums such as I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You (1967), Lady Soul (1968), Spirit in the Dark (1970), Young, Gifted and Black (1972), Amazing Grace (1972), and Sparkle (1976) before experiencing problems with her record company. She provided money for civil rights groups, at times covering payroll, and performed at benefits and protests. [112] Franklin did not like to discuss her early pregnancies with interviewers. Aretha Franklin has won 18 Grammies, topped chart after chart and was the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Aretha Louise Franklin (* 25. [20] She also attended public school in Detroit, going through her freshman year at Northern High School, but dropping out during her sophomore year. Aretha Franklin: Amazing Grace (englischer Originaltitel Amazing Grace) ist ein US-amerikanischer Musik-und Dokumentarfilm aus dem Jahr 2018 über ein Kirchenkonzert von Aretha Franklin im Jahr 1972, der aus dem Originalfilmmaterial von Warner Bros. entstand.