Neon has unveiled an official trailer for the concert documentary amazing grace, the long lost recorded version of Aretha Franklin’s unforgettable recording session at a Baptist Church in Los Angeles in 1972. Legendary singer and musician Aretha Franklin sang gospel songs from her youth.
Aretha Franklin fans who couldn’t get tickets to Thursday night’s sold-out tribute concert can watch the celebration online. Read more: Lineup set for Aretha Franklin tribute concert at Chene Park. The show, which ran out of its allotment of tickets in under 10 minutes on Monday, will include a jazz.
Watch cbsn live. aretha franklin tribute concert at Detroit’s Chene Park. A tribute concert to the Queen of Soul was held Thursday in Detroit, part of a four-day memorial that will culminate in Aretha Franklin’s funeral Friday at the city’s Greater Grace Temple.
That the Aretha Franklin concert documentary Amazing Grace exists at all is something of a miracle. Franklin’s album would go on to sell two million copies. Watch The Trailer For Upcoming Aretha Franklin Documentary ‘Amazing Grace’.
RIP to legendary soul icon aretha franklin who left an untouchable legacy that shines in long-lost Concert Doc "Amazing Grace." Peep the soul-stirring trailer below! "Amazing Grace" hits theaters April 5!
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In January 1972, Aretha Franklin gave two days of gospel performances at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles, recording It’s fitting that the most amazing moment of Aretha Franklin’s long-unreleased "Amazing Grace" documentary – which premieres Nov.
"Cuckoo-crazy!" Wow this looks totally nuts. Greenwich Entertainment has debuted an official trailer for a documentary titled Screwball, which is not associated with the other baseball.
Filmmaker Sydney Pollack’s long-awaited documentary Amazing Grace featuring recordings from the sessions of Aretha Franklin’s live 1972 "The album sold over two million copies and became the jewel in the crown of the queen," read subtitles in the highly anticipated trailer for the documentary.