Aretha Franklin's voice is larger than life, but her style is even more grand. Tunics, turbans, and feathers galore set her apart from your typically prim and proper 1960's style. This moment, on The Andy Williams show in 1965 was most memorable.
Aretha Franklin began life as the golden daughter of a progressive and promiscuous Baptist preacher. Raised without her mother, she was a gospel prodigy who gave birth to two sons in her teens and left them and her native Detroit for New York, where she struggled to find her true voice.