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Full Name: Aretha Louise Franklin

Born: March 25, 1942

Home: Detroit, MI

Website Link(s): Official Site



  • Vocals
  • Piano




Member of

Has Notably Worked with

Musician Biography

One of the best known and most popular Soul and R&B singers, though she's sung songs in just about every genre you can think of. She's had pop hit after pop hit and consistently crosses over on the charts. She's still going strong and remains very respected in the field.



  • The Gospel Soul Of Aretha Franklin
  • Aretha
  • The Electrifying Aretha Franklin
  • The Tender, The Moving, The Swinging Aretha Franklin
  • Laughing On The Outside
  • Unforgettable: A Tribute To Dinah Washington
  • Songs Of Faith
  • Yeah!: Aretha Franklin In Person
  • Once In A Lifetime
  • I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)
  • Aretha Arrives
  • Take It Like You Give It
  • Lee Cross
  • Lady Soul
  • Aretha Now
  • Aretha In Paris
  • Aretha Franklin: Live!
  • I Say A Little Prayer
  • Soul '69
  • This Girl's In Love With You
  • Don't Play That Song
  • Sweet Bitter Love
  • Spirit In The Dark
  • Aretha Live At The Fillmore West
  • Young, Gifted And Black
  • Amazing Grace
  • Hey Now Hey (The Other Side Of The Sky)
  • With Everything I Feel In Me
  • Let Me In Your Life
  • You
  • Sparkle
  • Satisfaction
  • Sweet Passion
  • Most Beautiful Songs
  • Almighty Fire
  • La Diva
  • Aretha
  • Aretha Sings The Blues
  • Love All The Hurt Away
  • Jump To It
  • Get It Right
  • Never Grow Old
  • First Lady Of Soul
  • Who's Zoomin' Who?
  • Aretha
  • Soul Survivor
  • One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism
  • Through The Storm
  • What You See Is What You Sweat
  • A Rose Is Still A Rose
  • Respect - The Very Best Of
  • So Damn Happy



Appears On


  • Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Vol. 7, 1969-1974
  • The R&B Box, Vol. 6
  • Live On Letterman


  • In Good Company

Mix CDs

Radio Shows

Further Reading

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