1987, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inducts First Woman
On this day during on January 3, 1987, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducts first female artist, Aretha Franklin. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is on of the well known museum. It located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, on the shore of Lake Erie
Aretha Franklin Starting out as a gospel singer this “Queen of Soul’s” six-decade-long career has made Franklin one of the most influential and important voices in pop history. Some of Franklin best-known works include “I Never Loved A Man”, “Respect” and “A Rose Is Still A Rose”. She currently holds 18 Grammy Awards and was ranked first on the Rolling Stone’s list of “The Greatest Singers Of All Time” (2012).