Mowtown did release a single with Irene Ryan in conjunction with the opening of "Pippin" the musical. Irene Ryan was an original cast member of Pippin and was nominated for a Tony award for her role. Motown made an investment in the musical "Pippin" and the single was to promote Ms. Ryan and the musical.
youngest person i know of is ROMEO he sign a record deal at the age of 5
List of female artist who has won the most Grammy Awards ever ...1.Alison Krauss - 272.Aretha Franklin - 183.Beyonce- 164.Ella Fitzgerald - 135.Alicia Keys/ Emmy Lou Harris- 126.Chaka Khan / Linda Ronstadt- 107.Mary J. Blige/ Sheryl Crow/ Norah Jones- 98.Madonna- 79.Whitney- 610.Celine Dion / Mariah Carey- 5* Beyonce Knowles breaks record 2010 for "a female won the most awards in one single night in Grammys' history".
The Ink Spots sang Cabdriver
yeah she did you bunch of retards:0
Aretha Frankin was married to Willie Wilkerson Jr
If you find an album with Aretha Franklin singing "Rescue Me" on it, it is some kind of unauthorized compilation, because contrary to much popular belief, ARETHA FRANKLIN DID NOT EVER RECORD A VERSION OF "RESCUE ME!!!" My girlfriend and I argued for hours over this - she has some bullsh*t Aretha Franklin "compilation" with her doing Rescue Me. I happened to be around in the 60's when Fontella Bass had her only big hit - Rescue Me. The version on my girl's iPod is Fontella Bass' - there is no version of Aretha Franklin doing Rescue Me.
No, it was originally recorded by Simon & Garfunkel. Notable covers were done by Aretha Franklin, Elvis and Nana Mouskouri.
No she didn't get married or have children. The children named are actually Aretha Franklin's.
They didn't "record" on a Motown label as such, but some of their UK recordings were licensed for release in the USA by the Motown group's new "white rock" label, Rare Earth Records, in 1969.
One rumor was that the Beatles wanted to record an album with Motown's hit songwriting and producing team, Holland-Dozier-Holland around 1965-1966. The other rumor was the Beatles wanted to record an album at Hitsville (Motown's recording studio) in Detroit with the Funk Brothers (Motown's in-house band). As for actually recording at Motown, the answer is no.
No portrait of him ever shows facial hair, and there is no record that he ever had any.
Siedah Garrett sings the song from the movie BABY BOOM. Also, the song is covered as a duet by Aretha Franklin and Michael McDonald.