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Aretha Franklin

Dubbed “the Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin might possess the most powerful voice in music history.  Thankfully, she used that gift for some of the most iconic recordings of the 60’s cementing her as an undisputed legend.

Inducted in 1987.  From Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.

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