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Aretha Franklin Fun Facts

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Aretha Franklin sang at the funeral of Martin Luther King Jr., although the Reverend King visited her family's home before. When Aretha was 16, she went on tour with Reverend King and shortly after recorded her first album.
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Aretha first started singing at New Bethel Baptist Church, where her father was a pastor. It was located in Detroit and she launched at career at 14 there.
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Aretha Franklin was the first female artist to be inducted into the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame. The first Black American was Chuck Berry and Stevie Nicks is the only woman to be inducted twice.
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Aretha Franklin struggled with her weight for many years, trying out diets and losing and gaining weight rapidly over the years. Gaining excess fat could have been a risk factor in her pancreatic cancer.
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Aretha Franklin was dubbed the "Queen of Soul" due to her powerful voice and was extremely talented. She taught herself to play piano entirely by ear.
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Aretha Franklin had 112 singles make it onto the Billboard charts. Some of the most popular ones were "A Natural Woman," "RESPECT," and "Chain of Fools."
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Aretha Franklin spent most of her childhood in Detroit, Michigan, although she was born in Memphis, Tennessee. Living in Detroit was very influential on her musical career as it was the home of Motown, the successful black-owned independent record companies.
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Aretha's hit song, "RESPECT" became one of the main anthems of the Civil Rights Movement, but thanks to the powerful lyrics, it also came to be a song for the feminist movement too.
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Aretha Franklin sold 75 million records across the globe her entire life and arguably influenced the life of many. Her music went beyond labels, but many of her songs took inspiration from gospel.
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Aretha Franklin had 4 kids total. She had all sons and a couple of them are musically inclined, including her youngest, who is a Christian rapper.