TV One Is Streaming The Aretha Franklin Tribute Concert Tonight And Here’s Everything You Need To Know

TV One reports that more than 30 performers, including Kurt Carr, Raheem DeVaughn,Tasha Page-Lockhart, Gladys Knight, Kierra Sheard and Johnny Gillare scheduled to take the stage tonight in Detroit honoring Aretha Franklin. 

A People’s Tribute to the Queen is scheduled to kick off at 6/5C at Chene Park Detroit Amphitheatre Thursday night and you can catch the live stream right here!

Other singers slated to perform are:

  • Regina Belle
  • Cherri Black
  • Dee Dee Bridgewater
  • Doug Carn
  • Jean Carne
  • Steffinie Christian
  • Angela Davis
  • George Faison
  • Minister Louis Farrakhan
  • Gwen Foxx
  • The Four Tops
  • Eddie Franklin
  • Gracie Franklin
  • Victorie Franklin
  • Beth Griffith-Manley
  • Kimmie Horne
  • Santita Jackson
  • Dr. Bobby Jones
  • KIKO
  • Alise King
  • L’Renee
  • Jenifer Lewis
  • LJ Reynolds
  • Angie Stone

According to Click On Detroit, all performers are scheduled to take the stage to sing R.E.S.P.E.C.T as the finale. Franklin died August 16from pancreatic cancer. She was 76. Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson, Yolanda Adams and Jennifer Holliday are just some of the singers slated to perform at the Queen of Soul’s funeral, Friday, August 31, 2018.

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